Safety, Security, Health and Environment Management System

Given the nature of the services provided by WHA Group, which involve numerous stakeholders, the organization prioritizes addressing emerging diseases that may affect the health of workers and related parties. To mitigate risks and minimize potential damages to life and property, WHA Group has implemented consistent and proactive measures. These measures aim to prevent operational inconsistencies that could harm the business or damage its reputation. Additionally, WHA Group is committed to safeguarding the rights and safety of its employees, partners, contractors, and other relevant parties. For this reason, WHA Group has developed Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental policy to support activities that reinforce the occupational health and safety management system implemented by WHA Group encompasses all employees, suppliers, contractors, and all other related stakeholders. These policies encompass measures that strictly adhere to Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Act B.E. 2554 (2011) and all other relevant laws including the promotion of a culture of safety. The objective is to build confidence and morale among employees working with WHA Group, enabling them to work safely and maintain good health. WHA Group aims to prevent and reduce the number of work-related accidents, injuries, and illnesses as much as possible.

WHA Group’s Occupational Health and Safety management practices align with the globally recognized ISO 45001 standard ensuring an effective management. The risk assessment process begins with the classification of all operational activities, both routine and non-routine, to identify activities that may pose risks, considering the likelihood of occurrence and the potential severity of the hazards. To prioritize risky situations, the safety department can develop a risk management plan by implementing measures to control risks and appropriately reduce the likelihood of their occurrence. This includes conducting accident investigations to analyze incidents and prevent their recurrence, as well as developing efficient work systems to enhance overall work efficiency.

Furthermore, a safety committee has been established, comprising executives and employees from all business groups, including the human resources department, to oversee safety management. This committee actively seeks input, provides advice, and conducts regular reviews of risks pertaining to occupational health and safety. Decision-making authority rests with all members, from the operational level to the executive level. Meeting outcomes are reported to WHA Group CEO on a quarterly basis, while a dedicated safety department, supervised by the Chief Operating Officer, is tasked with overseeing safety-related issues. To achieve the goal of zero accidents throughout the organization, WHA Group has deployed safety officers possessing Occupational Health and Safety certificates.

In addition, WHA Group set goals and performance assessments in safety operations on various issues. To be able to effectively manage occupational health and safety risks and achieve the ultimate goal of zero accidents across the organization.


A: Safety Security Health Environment Management (SSHE)

A2: Safety Leading & Lagging KPIs

SSHE Objective and targets 2022
Objective Safety leading indicators 2022 Target Jan-Dec 2022 Actual
Improve behavior based safety and maintain workplace control Site Inspection SSHE 4 4
Safety Walks Committee 4 3
Safety Meeting 12 14
Protect life, Property Fire Incident 0 0
Employee Loss time incidents 0 0
Contractor Loss time incident 3 1
Vehicle Incidents <15 12
Reduce incident rate TRIFR 0.75 0.58

Information Update as of January 2023