In 2020, the TECO Group’s Disabling Injury Frequency Rate (FR) is 1.77. For the accidents occurred, mostly clamping, jamming or pressing injuries, each plant has conducted the cause analysis on each individual case (improper moving line, failure to stop machine completely after troubleshooting, personnel negligence etc.), engineering or management improvement (restricting the mold placement area, re-planning placement racks, additional installation of fence and shield, safety operation standard with enhanced control and personnel re-educational and training) measures etc.
Employee occupational injury rate (FR)
Death of employee
Death of contractor
Data Calculation Explanation:
Denominator: Total working hours including employees and other works not belonging to employees.
Numerator: FR uses the number of employees/workers (students from work study program, technical students and dispatch workers) subject to occupational injuries with the number of days of loss above one day (including death, excluding traffic accidents). SR uses the number of days of employees/workers (students from work study program, technical students and dispatch workers) with disabling injury
FR= (Total number of people with disabling injuryX106)/Total number of working hours.
SR= (Total number of days of loss due to disabling injuryX106)/Total number of working hours.
Death case Explanation:
One employee from Jiangxi TECO A/C was electric shocked while maintaining air conditioner equipment and died after being rescued by hospital.
One contractor from outsourced system integrator fell from 7.8-meter height roof while assembling Solar power high-voltage line.
Scope of survey: TECO, TESEN, TECO-Westinghouse, Taian Technology (Wuxi), Wuxi TECO, TECO Electro Devices, Qingdao TECO Precision, Jiangxi TECO A/C, Wuxi TECO Precision, Jiangxi TECO, TECO Vietnam, Motovario Corp. Total accounts for 86.3% of the Group.
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