With our commitment to developing and sustaining a work environment and culture that supports the safety, security and welfare of our people, we have developed an aligned set of basic standards that are more relevant for our onshore offices.
Our basic office safety standards include:
Welfare events are organised incorporating safety requirements and extend beyond just physical surroundings but also social connections, intellectual growth, emotional wellbeing, financial security and physical health.
We have Office Safety Committees established in all offices.
The full list of CNCo Safety Statistics can be found here.
“Stop, Safety First!” In line with the Zero Harm must win battle, the Singapore Onshore Safety Committee (OSC) held first OSC meeting of the year to discuss safety culture in the office.
CNCo’s Managing Director, kicked-off the discussion highlighting the importance of safety both onshore and offshore, followed by an informative sharing session led by GM Crewing Operations, Safety and Training, Safety & Manning.
It was heartening to see the company investing in safety and ensuring that all employees – both onshore and offshore go home safely at the end of the day.
As department Safety Champions, all OSC members have the responsibility to communicate good safety practices and OSC related issues with their departments as well as to ensure their departments maintain good office safety standards.
CNCo launched onshore Safety Week in November 2018 in all major offices around the world to increase awareness of our Onshore Safety Vision, as well as the tools and behaviours we should adopt to foster a working environment whereby we are Behaving Safely. Always. Naturally.
Onshore Safety Week in Singapore included a range of fun and engaging activities – including an Onshore Safety Hunt where staff used QR codes to access questions on the Safety I’s and Accountability Ladder, free neck and back screenings as well as lunch talks regarding wellness and nutrition. A big thank you to the Onshore Safety Committee (OSC) in Singapore for organising such an educational and fun week!