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Vibro is dedicated to protecting the health and safety of its employees and workers at all times. We aim to achieve this by integrating occupational health and safety risk management into our planning, design and construction processes.
Vibro's comprehensive Occupational Safety and Health Management System and policy comply with ISO 45001 and the Code of Practice of Factories & Industrial Undertakings (Safety Management) Regulation. Yet, our efforts go beyond just complying with statutory obligations, they are made from the heart as an integral part of our holistic commitment to staff care.
The Vibro Annual Safety Review Conference is held at Buddha's Birthday every year to reinforce our site safety culture. In 2019, approximately 450 frontline staff members attended the Conference to take part in a series of discussions and sharing sessions. These activities aimed to help participants to gain new insights through reviewing past incidents of the industry and encourage them to join hands to create a safe working environment together.
In the Conference, Mr Fred Koo, Vibro’s Director and General Manager encouraged frontline staff to stay vigilant, speak up for safety and strive to enhance safety performance at sites. Senior management of Vibro also took the opportunity to announce the new safety and health objectives and policies for the coming year.
Group photo showing the Vibro management team with around 450 frontline employees attending the conference
Mr Fred Koo, Vibro’s Director and General Manager encouraged frontline staff to stay vigilant and strive to enhance safety performance at sites
Frontline employees actively shared their views on safety issues
Safety and health policies and accident prevention measures are made more effective by taking account of the feedback from site-based staff and frontline workers. Vibro always adopts a collaborative and inclusive approach by listening to the needs and concerns of our people.
Vibro's top management regularly joins trainings, morning exercise sessions and lunchtime meetings at our sites. This gives staff and workers at all levels an opportunity to exchange opinions on site safety and health with our top decision makers. This interactive communication process not only helps to optimise the existing safety measures but also helps emphasise the importance of safety awareness amongst our people.
Mr Fred Koo, Vibro’s Director and General Manager (5th from right, front row) took the opportunities of the safety conference and training to build a closer relationship with the workers
Mr Wallace Yeung, Vibro’s General Manager exchanged views and ideas with the frontline workers
Senior management participated in lunch meeting with the site supervisors to enhance the two-way communication