INTERGIS Safety and Health Management
Maintaining safety and health is INTERGIS's top priority. Based on the principle of respecting human dignity, we fulfill our social responsibility by implementing zero-disaster in the workplace, and strive to create a pleasant and secure working environment.
Safety and Health Management Policies
INTERGIS Co., Ltd., a total solution logistics company with excellent competitiveness, pursues improvement of the quality of life for all executives and staffs by creating a clean and safe working environment based on the philosophy of respect for all people.
- 1We strictly comply with safety and health-related laws and company regulations
- 2We continuously improve by listening to the opinions in terms of ‘safety and health’
- 3We find risk factors inherent in the working environment.
- 4We plan safety measures to eliminate or control risk factors.
- 5We persistently have safety-checks through education and training.
- 6We ensure the safety and health of all employees in the workplace.
- 7We regularly evaluate and improve our health and safety management system.
All executives and staffs should understand, implement and maintain safety and health management policies and perform work in accordance with the procedure and policies since all activities are basic principles to improve the quality of life of executives and staffs.
Safety and Health Management Certificate
OHSAS 18001 : 2007
Safety and Health Management Process
- Establish safety and health management policies.
- Establish a plan to promote an education plan.
- Check the regulations
- Implement regular safety and health education.
- Patrol work-sites regularly.
- Implement safety campaigns.
- Manage the current status of no disasters/no accidents.
- Evaluate the current status of safety inspections
- Measure results and identify steps that need to be taken.
- Award workplaces without disaster/accident
- Report the results of safety evaluation.
- Identify matters to be improved and implement them.
- Pursue improvement consistently.
Five Principles of Safety and Health Management
- Safety first
- Think and practice safety and health and related activities as a priority.
- Respect for people
- Establish a safety system based on people that bring together all executives and staffs and other persons concerned.
- Consistent improvement
- Establish a systematic safety management system through consistent education and improvement.
- Compliance with regulations
- Establish a foundation for safety management by following safety and health-related regulations and other requirements.
- Responsible Management
- Create a safe work environment through no accidents and take on board a set of responsibilities for safety and health.
Safety and Health Management Cases
Awarded with an appreciation plaque by the Korea Transportation Safety Authority in 2011
It was awarded for our efforts to reduce traffic accidents and constantly improve conditions for drivers through safety and health management activities.
Received a commendation award as a company with excellent accident management from the trucking transportation business association in 2017
INTERGIS was awarded as its Incheon branch reduced their accident rate in 2016 most significantly among transportation companies in Incheon by carrying out regular preventive education and a consistent safety campaign.
Awarded with a commendation as an excellent vehicular manager by the Trucking Transportation Business Association in 2018
The Dangjin Transportation Team of INTERGIS received an award for its contribution to the prevention of traffic accidents through efficient vehicle management and safety campaign activities.
Held a safe, clean pier resolution rally
INTERGIS strived to achieve no disasters and accidents and settle a safety culture by improving the work environments with a safe, clean pier campaign and practicing safety inspection and compliance with safety rules.
Safety campaign activities by workplace
Safety awareness of employees was improved by inspecting conditions of safe work including a risk force in the work environment around a workplace, a status of compliance with safety rules, etc. through safety campaigns.