Our 2020 KPI of increasing total occupational health and safety (“OHS”) training hours by 5% when compared to the baseline year of 2015 has been achieved and exceeded. In 2020, we delivered approximately 23,870 OHS training hours. The training covered a range of OHS topics, including STF prevention, managing deliveries that involve a truck-mounted crane, working at heights and the safe use of cutting devices.
Looking beyond this target, we designed an e-learning platform for senior management to receive compulsory OHS training. This platform was launched in March 2019 and has now achieved a 100% completion rate. In 2020, we expanded this e-learning platform to include all frontline and office employees. We aim to have 100% of our employees receive this training in the near future. This compulsory programme was designed for all our employees across all business units, aiming to enhance health and safety knowledge, promote greater understanding of the Company’s existing health and safety practices, and foster a strong health and safety culture.
In the Chinese mainland, we provided training for our senior management and line managers focusing on communicating safety priorities and demonstrating leadership on OHS issues. We conducted emergency response drills covering security management, crowd management and facilities management, which aimed to improve our emergency response capabilities across our Chinese mainland portfolio. We also organised a fire safety video competition, a safety sport event and safety quiz activities to reinforce this training and boost engagement.