Corporate Social Responsibility

Healthy Dining and Satisfaction

Daily Life Care




Health Risk Management

We have established a method of health risk analysis based on the OHSAS 18001 and TOSHMS management systems and with reference to both the World Health Organization (WHO) and other international literature and cases. By analyzing the health examination results and health survey results of the health management system built years ago, we have established management strategies corresponding to each risk level.
In addition, we have implemented health factors in operational risk identification to raise the awareness of hazard prevention. Every year, we identify plant-specific posts/stations that are hazardous to health according to local laws and regulations before implementing corresponding hazard-specific management measures, including orientation and on-the-job education and training, regular operation observation / environmental surveillance/testing, regular health examinations, and various other hazard controls. The table below shows the hazard categories of each plant. For posts/stations that are hazardous to health, we reduce their hazards on employee health according to local regulatory and statutory requirements and the INX management measures to achieve a zero occupational disease rate (ODR). In 2017, we were able to maintain our ORD.

Occupational Diseases Over the Years
Item/Year 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of Occupational Diseases 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
ODR (n/MWH) 0 0 0 0.0039* 0 0 0
*n=Number of occupational diseases; MWH=million work ho

Prevention and Management of Maternal Health Hazards and Risks

To ensure the wellbeing and health of female employees and in consideration of the health impacts of gender difference and pregnancy, we implement maternal health protection and management through the following measures:
  1. 1. Offer allowances for parental leave according to local labor laws, uphold our employees’ rights to pregnancy leave and family care leave, establish related health protection measures, and establish internal SOPs to practice health risk assessment, hazard control, risk communication, and job adjustment (as applicable) for pregnant employees. In Taiwan, we implemented a maternal risk protection assessment and managed maternal health for 623 female employees who were pregnant or delivered within one year in 2017.
  2. 2. Provide health instructions and advice as well as restroom areas and lactation rooms for pregnant or breastfeeding employees to create a work environment that is friendly to female employees by protecting maternal rights and gender equality at work.
Self-Health Management and Healthy Environment Building

To raise the health awareness of our employees, we arrange health examinations every year. In 2017, about 24,800 employees in Taiwan and about 23,500 employees in China received the health examination, with nearly 100% participation. In addition to the health examination, we also arranged cancer screenings, including breast cancer, cervical cancer, and liver cancer for employees in China, and oral cancer, colorectal cancer, breast cancer, cervical cancer, and liver cancer for employees in Taiwan so that diseases can be discovered earlier and employees can intervene early. In 2017 a total of 29,080 employees received cancer screenings. After the health examination and cancer screening, besides offering health anomaly consultation and health advice, we organize health talks, weight management, and free consultation services to build an atmosphere of health management and a healthy environment, encourage employees to practice healthy living and remind themselves the importance of personal health management. Apart from arranging health examinations for employees, we claim health examination discounts from hospitals for employee family for employees to implement health management in their family lives as well.