GGC is committed to manage both process and personal safety in all company operations to reduce potential risks, prevent loss of life, assets and reputation as well as negative impacts on communities and the environment due to work-related accidents or incidents.


Zero case
of Tier 1 Process Safety Eventin 2021
Zero case
of Tier 2 Process Safety Event in 2021
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) is
in 2021
GGC has established the Quality, Security, Safety, Occupational Health, Environment and Business Continuity (QSHEB) policy along with the Operational Excellence Management System (OEMS). GGC has also formulated the 5-Year Occupational Health and Safety Strategy (2020-2024) and conducted various projects to promote safety within the organization, covering both process safety and personal safety of employees, contractors, and all groups of stakeholders.

Process Safety

GGC has adopted the Process Safety Management (PSM) system and performs process safety management assessment by external auditors.

In 2021, GGC has enhanced our safety capacity and maintained operational standards in order to operate safely. In doing so, GGC has conducted process safety projects, such as:

Field Risk Assessment

Training for operators to create knowledge and understanding in identifying deviations from standards, designs or working procedures. The project emphasizes on the sharing of experience from seniors to juniors. As a result, employees can notice abnormalities in the production process and defects in operational equipment.

Operational Discipline (OD)

Promote knowledge and understanding among supervisors regarding the concepts and discipline in effectively performing basic tasks, identifying solutions to emergencies in the production system, and creating a good safety culture for employees in the organization.

Personal Safety

GGC promotes a culture of personal safety under the B-CAREs safety culture to reduce potential accidents and injuries among all employees and contractors.

In 2021, highlight personal safety projects include:

Safety Walk and Observation (SWO)

Executives at the Vice President level leads a team to observe risk-prone activities and behaviors, including the safety of machinery and equipment. Risks will be recorded and followed up on their solutions in the next round of SWO. The project contributes to strengthening safety leadership of executives and exchange of safety knowledge between executives and employees.

Understand Risk Project

Discuss and enquire on operators’ understanding of and ability in identifying risks and risk prevention steps associated with their respective operations. If operators are found to lack sufficient knowledge and understanding of safety, GGC will provide additional trainings on appropriate risk prevention.

One Supervisor One BCAREs Project

Employees and contractors are encouraged to participate in a contest to raise awareness in safety and develop process safety improvement ideas for operators by submitting safety improvement projects for their respective work.

Occupational Health and Safety Performance

2018 2019 2020 2021 Target 2021
Process Safety Event: Tier 1 and Tier 2 (Case)
Process Safety: Tier 1 0 0 0 0 0
Process Safety: Tier 2 0 0 0 0 0
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) (Case/one million working hours)
LTIFR of Employees 0 0 0 0 0
LTIFR of Contractors 0 0 0 0 0
Fatality (Persons)
Employees 0 0 0 0 0
Contractors 0 0 0 0 0