Operations in line with environmental good governance
IRPC Public Company Limited emphasizes the importance of quality system management, safety, occupational health, and the environment. This is applied throughout the company’s operational areas so as to enable the organization’s sustainable development while balancing its business and social initiatives through adherence to environmental good governance.
Operate in line with the law and regulations while perceiving the QSHE as the primary standard.
Ensuring the rightness, giving back to society, treating employees fairly, and promoting mutual development among people.
Focusing on rightness and information disclosure.
Giving an opportunity for employees and stakeholders to propose new ideas for formulating preventive measures.
Recognizing the importance of Corporate and Social Responsibility (CSR), and attending to all public problems, as well as taking responsibility for all results of the company’s actions.
Maximizing the benefits of limited resources, using high quality materials, offering high quality products and services that are able to compete with competitors in the global arena, and developing and maintaining sustainable natural resources.
IRPC operates accordingly to its mission of achieving excellence and sustainable growth with full awareness to quality, security, safety, occupational health, and the environment (QSSHE) in line with the international standard. The company has, in place, a process to integrate several management systems into one system in order to achieve effectiveness operations. The environmental management system is part of IRPC’s Operational Excellence Management System (IRPC OEMS), which has been regulated in line with ISO9001, ISO14001, OHSAS18001, ISO45001, ISO50001 and ISO31000. This Policy is applicable to all IRPC Businesses across value chain including production, products, services, distribution and logistics, and companies 100% owned by IRPC, Subsidiaries and Joint Ventures. Newly acquired businesses or sites must conform to IRPC’s Policy within 24 months of an acquisition or sooner. Moreover, IRPC expects business partners, such as associate companies or other investments, non-managed operations, where we do not have operating responsibility, as well as principal contractors, suppliers and others licensees, outsourcing partners with whom we have a substantial involvement, to maintain compliance with IRPC QSSHE Policy.