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At Banpu, we recognize that our business operations may impact on the health and safety of our employees and contractors; and the Company is committed to provide a safe workplace for all. , including visitors to our sites. In this respect, we strive to achieve our goals for 3 ZEROs:-
  • ZERO Incident :

    by preventing and correcting unsafe behavior or work conditions,
  • ZERO Repeat :

    by taking all necessary steps to prevent the recurrence of any incident,
  • ZERO Compromise :

    by adopting non-negotiable safety standards and rules throughout all operations.

In holding on to our commitment,


  • Takes Full Responsibility and Accountability

    We have full commitment from our management at all levels towards safety goals and targets which take full responsibility and ensure accountability to prevent and correct unsafe work conditions and unsafe behaviors. 
  • Complies with Laws and Regulations with High Company Standards,

    We strictly comply with all occupational health and safety legislation and contractual obligation which form the basis to high company standards.
  • Manages Safety Risks

    We perform occupational health and safety risk assessment for all operational activities. In all operations, no work must be taken without a clear understanding of safe working practices minimizing risk.
  • Creates a Culture of Safety

    We promote a culture that values and recognizes good safety behavior and practice throughout the value chain.(Kindly be informed that value chain is the technical term & was designated by the HSEC department.)

It is the company requirement that,
  • Management in all levels must be held accountable and take leadership in deploying this policy.
  • Every employee must be made aware of, promote and implement this policy.
  • Every employee is expected to extend the awareness and recognition of this policy to partners, suppliers, contractors, subcontractors, customers and the communities in which Banpu works.


Occupational Health and Safety Policy


Business Continuity Management

Business continuity management is one of the Company’s material issues owing to rapidly changing business environment, for example, natural catastrophes (e.g. floods, storms, and earthquakes) or man-made disasters (e.g. fires, protests and riots). It is one of the risks that can strike an organization and cripple business operations, and cause damage to the Company and involved stakeholders, for instance, the loss of ability to respond to customers’ needs and impacts on the Company’s financial status, reputation and credibility. 

At Banpu,

We are committed to providing  the quality products and services with reliability in order to build sustainable value for our shareholders, customers, business partners, employees and communities. These are the part of our risk management and sustainable development policy. Business Continuity Management (BCM) helps manage risks to the smooth running and sustainable of business, by ensuring that the critical activities can be continued in the event of internal/external business interruption or disruptions such as man made or natural disaster, failure of utilities, fatal or serious injury, epidemic or pandemic, fire, flood and etc.

To fulfill such commitment, BCM will need to be fully integrated into our business processes and activities. Our BCM objectives are to recover critical business functions and key business systems and process within a suitable timeframe, and continue of products and/or service at the acceptable level. To accomplish these goals, we ensure the ability to respond risks by:
  • Conducting business impact analysis (BIA) and risk assessment (RA)
  • Providing  cost-effective prevention, mitigation, response and recovery arrangements at the acceptable level
  • Establishing , implementing and maintaining the Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
  • Ensuring our BCM resources are of necessary competence and awareness
  • Satisfying the applicable regulations, contracts and other requirements related to the BCM, including a conformity to ISO 22301:BCMS
  • Continuously improving the effectiveness of our BC
BCM is a vital part of business protection programme and must be implemented and maintained to protect our organization, people, brand, reputation and benefit of stakeholders. It is the responsibility and accountability of each business unit to develop, implement, maintain and improve the BCM. This commitment will be achieved through collaboration, accountability and leadership in all levels of management, and it is a regular agenda for the executives to demonstrate the importance of this subject.