- letter from the chairman
- 2019 sustainable performance and important results
- company information
- sustainable goals
- stakeholders and materiality analysis
- corporate governance
- customer value
- sustainable environment
- happy workplace
- social inclusion
to address issues that affect normal operations or corporate image, possible risks of natural disaster brought on by the environment, or matters that may negatively impact the company's interests, a risk management mechanism is in place to reduce the time necessary to handle such risks and minimize any damage.
in response to the novel coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic spreading around the globe, and to ensure a safe workplace for employees and avoid affecting operations, a new biological hazard prevention element was added to occupational safety and health meetings. the company initiated relevant crisis management mechanisms, and added biohazard prevention while chairman chen feng-long regularly convenes meetings on the pandemic. the company also refers to the national center for disease control to set regulations regarding the pandemic.
organization of chailease holding's crisis management structure
the prevention issues discussed at pandemic meetings include various preventative measures aimed at preparing the entire company to face the situation, including data collection on global status, management of employee travel, notifications and medical assistance, employee awareness of the pandemic and prevention measures, and disinfection of the environment. the company aims to prevent employees from becoming infected at the workplace and protect them by ensuring a safe workplace environment, so the company can sustain its development.
in response to the novel coronavirus epidemic, the company modified its former face-to-face activities to run them online.
- decentralization of work: remote offices, distance work, home offices
- employee control: control on overseas work and other travel
- promotion of events: promotion of education against the pandemic and reduction in the number of meetings
- education and training: reduction in the number of face-to-face trainings, and switching to the use of primarily online courses and on-the-job training
- social distancing: ensuring 1 meter of space as social distance, limit elevators to 6 passengers at a time, and set up partitions in offices to prevent infection
- pandemic response: employee temperature-taking, installation of infrared thermal imagers at entrances, comprehensive disinfection of offices, distribution of masks and alcohol, installation of sanitary membranes on elevator buttons, and temperature-taking for subcontractors.
- management of visitors: while visitors are on the premises, they must wear masks at all times, and if their ear temperature registers at 37.5℃ or higher, they are prohibited from entering the company. customers, guests and suppliers must all cooperate in filling out a health declaration (listing areas visited and physical health status for the past 14 days).