The NS BlueScope chain of workshops will be a practical forum for local enterprises to improve labour hygiene safety awareness.
|Vo Minh Nhut, country president of NS BlueScope Vietnam, gave voice to his hope that the labour safety programme will help improve the sustainable development of businesses in Vietnam|
On November 14, 2018, NS BlueScope Vietnam, in collaboration with Ba Ria-Vung Tau Industrial Zone Authority (BIZA) announced the initiation of a labour hygiene safety awareness and management sharing programme for the sake of a non-occupational-incident workplace.
The launching ceremony welcomed the presence of representatives from BIZA, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Labour Federation, the Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, the local branch of the Labour Hygiene Safety Department, as well as other related organisations and businesses.
|Le Xa, deputy director of the Ba Ria-Vung Tau Industrial Zones Management Authority, expressed great appreciation for the programme’s practicality|
The planned programme is designed to incorporate a series of workshops centring on vital issues:
- A specialised workshop on “the role of enterprise managers in labour hygiene safety and fire prevention” to discuss the establishment of a corporate safety culture and efficient models for safety management, identifying and controlling potential safety risks, safety checking and testing, and multi-asset risk system (MARS);
- A field trip to Phu My I factory in Ba Ria-Vung Tau to learn from NS BlueScope Vietnam’s labour safety model;
- Workshops in combination with factory tours focusing on sharing risk management knowledge for highly-risky occupations.
|Truong Anh Hai, deputy director, NS Bluescope Vietnam, provided a brief overview of the labour safety awareness and sharing programme|
Vo Minh Nhut, country president of NS BlueScope Vietnam, said: “Backed by our group’s history and practices of safety management across large-scaled factories across the globe, we put a particular focus on executing labour safety and hygiene procedures in every production and assembly activity. We regularly organise labour safety training courses for our staff, holding occupational contests as well as investing in training centres to keep improving employees’ awareness of labour safety. By initiating the labour safety and hygiene awareness programme in Vietnam, we expect to improve businesses’ awareness of labour safety, thereby supporting the sustainable development of businesses.”
Operating three big factories in Vietnam producing hundreds of tonnes of steel per year, NS BlueScope Vietnam has reported no serious labour incidents during the past five years, which greatly contributed to the achievement of its business objectives.
NS BlueScope Vietnam is strongly committed to social responsibility ever since its establishment. The Company did implement several meaningful projects to support community and social growth.
The newly launched programme is the second link in the chain of initiatives to improve labour safety awareness from early 2017 that are aimed at promoting the sustainable growth of businesses operating in localities where NS BlueScope Vietnam’s factories are located. The first session has been successfully implemented and was well received by enterprises in Dong Nai’s industrial zones.
|Ceremony participants make a joint resolution of incident-free production|
NS BlueScope Vietnam now operates three factories in Phu My, Bien Hoa, and Hanoi, providing the market with 156,000 tonnes of high-quality coated steel for big construction projects, hi-tech agricultural solutions, small- and medium-sized factories, and civil buildings via BlueScope’s global brands of Colorbond, Zincalume, Lysaght, and BlueScope Zacs.
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