Recently, after the comprehensive assessment and strict selection, the Safety Board of CCCC awarded the title of “CCCC 2013 Safety Enterprise” to four enterprises, including CHEC, to commend their outstanding performance in the safety production in 2013.
CHEC has always attached great importance to the safety production, and with the international standard as the management basis, it has established a universal advanced English HSE management system and achieved fruitful results. CHEC greatly promotes the safety production in the regional organizations and project departments in combination with the laws and regulations of the host countries and the contract requirement. In August, 2013, the man-hours without lost-time incident of Qatar Doha New Port Project reached 10 million, breaking a historical record. In July, 2014, the Cala Coal Wharf Project in Mozambique was commended by the client Vale because of the 1.5 million man-hours without safety accidents. In July, 2014, the man-hours without lost-time incident of Sections 10-13 of Jeddah Flood Control Project, Saudi Arabia successfully exceeded 12 million.
The winning of this award is an affirmation of the past safety production and also an encouragement for the future work.