Principles and Importance
Occupational health, safety and good working conditions are crucial for the organization and need to be controlled and managed to prevent any negative impact to the financial and reputational risks from work absence due to sickness and fatal accidents linked to unsafe working conditions. Being aware of such importance, BDMS has established guidelines to promote occupational health and safe working conditions for all employees and those who work for the company’s well-being to ensure efficient work processes and employee engagement.
Occupational Health and Safety Policy and Guideline
BDMS enforces the systems and occupational health and safety guidelines for all employees in accordance with the risk assessment on occupational health and safety, healthcare standards, hospital accreditation, JCI and relevant regulations covering all business activities. The Policy ensures the Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Committee establishment in all responsible facilities to assess risks and set out the measures for business activities both related and non-related to the healthcare services and ensure continual operations.
Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Policy for BDMS Subsidiary Hospitals
- Strictly comply with laws, regulations of the government sectors as well as other regulations related to the occupational health, safety and environment
- Reduce pollution by exercising waste management and control the effluent quality level according to the laws. Maximize the usage of raw materials and natural resources. Prevent diseases, disease transmission and accidents from work. Ensure the good air quality in the building, good health of the personnel working in the hospitals and constant improvement
- Communicate and raise awareness on nature conservation. Monitor the occupational health and safety of all employees and other personnel operating in the organization and the public
- Ensure sufficient and proper resources according to the Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Policy
Environment of Care Committee (ECC)
The Environment of Care Committee (ECC) comprises at least 11 members representing all personnel from employer and employee levels. The ECC serves for a 2-year time with clearly assigned responsibilities. Meetings are held monthly or when more than half of the members call for a meeting.
The employees can contact the Environment of Care Committee (ECC) to submit complaints or inquiries related to the safety of working operations at the Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Department to establish hazardous preventive measures and avoid incident repetition.