We have actively implemented an EHS management system ever since EHS policies were set up in the mid-1990s. Our EHS systems, set up across all operations, including R&D and production, encompass the environmental management system (ISO 14001), health and safety management systems (OHSAS 18001, KOSHA 18001), and the quality management system (ISO 9001) to minimize EHS impacts. In 2008, in order to enhance our corporate value through long-term eco-friendly management and to contribute to human sustainability, we established an environmental mission, vision, and strategy system. We also developed and published EHS guidelines alongside vendor management manuals.
In line with the expansion of its overseas operations and increasing concern about global environmental issues, Doosan Infracore has established EHS Teams at both its operating site and its head office in Incheon, Korea in order to accomplish more systematic and effective organizational management. The team is divided into the Safety Part and the Environment Part. The company's CSR Committee, which is composed of members of the top management, including its CEO and the heads of its business groups (BG), makes key decisions on the company's EHS-related policies, plans and activities. At the level of each BG, an EHS management meeting is held on a monthly basis to discuss pending EHS issues and review the monthly progress of its respective goals. The company also promotes site-centered EHS management through various measures, such as coaching on the direction of the EHS strategies, and the management’s safety awareness, and provides guidance on health and safety management systems.
Until 2014, EHS issues were discussed at the EHS Committee. From 2015 on, the decisions are made at the CSR Committee.