Loss Control Management
The company is committed to risk management which includes safety, environmental protection, health, fire control, and security guards, among other areas. Various measures put in place are establishing an automatic check, on-site security inspection, outsourced management, and special operations control. To reduce risk, Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp.(PSMC) promotes items that conform to environmental safety and health, and devises emergency response training and a loss control plan.
In order to enable the company to minimize the number of personal injury, property damage and environmental impacts caused by accidents with correct and effective contingency strategies and procedures in the event of an emergency abnormal situation, special plans for relevant personnel training programs It is expected to continuously improve the contingency of all colleagues, and thus strengthen the disaster relief and response energy in the factory.
Its content contains：
- Newcomer fire-fighting training: All colleagues will give correct fire-fighting concepts in the new training stage to strengthen the fire-fighting skills and ensure that colleagues can immediately eliminate the fires and prevent disasters from expanding.
- Emergency response team training: According to the task grouping, different types of training, including protective gear wear, simulation exercises, etc., to ensure the incompetence of personnel.
- Firefighting professional training: In addition to the above basic training, each year, a special person is assigned to go to the Minghu Fire Training Base in Hsinchu City for advanced training such as fire escape and disaster rescue.
The company has established an Emergency Response Center which focuses on managing all operations in the factory and supervises the status of all areas. It can also immediately identify effective actions to be taken at the beginning of an abnormal event to prevent the expansion of the disaster. PSMC has also set up an ERT to take necessary action when disasters happen. The Center is equipped with a loss management system, emergency response equipment, and emergency response information in order to minimize our loss when disasters happen.
Equipped in the center：
- Disaster prevention system: including fire protection system, very early detection system, broadcasting system, access control system, closed circuit monitoring system, gas detection system, liquid leakage detection system, etc.
- Emergency equipment: including self-contained air breathing apparatus, fire jacket sets, various chemical disaster protection suits, portable gas detectors, leak treatment tools, emergency ambulance equipment, etc.
- Emergency response information: including SOPs for each type of accident, plant floor/configuration map, machine layout, SDS, fire prevention/protection plan, etc.
Emergency response organization and drill
For the various abnormal conditions that PSMC may face, such as general events, fires, chemical leaks, gas leaks, etc., detailed procedures and disaster recovery plans are set up, and emergency response team members are set up, so that they may occur at any time. In addition to the planning of relevant training, and in accordance with the various types of events, the occurrence of substances, and regional characteristics, the planning of appropriate levels of drills, so that each group of personnel can be familiar with their respective duties, disaster relief procedures and contingency procedures in the event of a disaster In the shortest time, we can master the processing time and reduce the impact of disasters.
Walkthrough category includes：
- No early warning drills: regularly plan different small anomalies to familiarize the strain team members with the strain process and strain gauge operation.
- Engineering Department drills: Each engineering department regularly plans appropriate drills according to the characteristics of its departments to make the drills more complete, and to effectively grasp all possible conditions in the factory.
- Evacuation drills: full participation to ensure effective evacuation of personnel in the event of a major disaster.