Safety first: Megawide HSE measures yield promising results 

Megawide faithfully honors a commitment to health, safety and environment (HSE). This is demonstrated in the Company’s implementation of HSE programs, which prioritizes the health and well-being of all employees. 

This dedication has yielded noteworthy results. From January to June 2023, Megawide recorded 25 million safe man hours across all project sites—a considerable jump from the 24 million hours logged in 2022. 

These feats are not easily accomplished. Programs depend on the backing of employers, who must prove that safety is of equal importance to the achievement of results. 

How exactly has Megawide been successful in this arena? 

Implementation of safety and health training programs   

Megawide strictly adheres to the Department of Labor and Employment’s (DOLE) standards. The Company implements occupational safety and health training programs, ensuring employees are well- versed in policies, procedures and protocols; the Company then resources to support these initiatives.   

Regular risk assessments  

The Company ensures it conducts regular risk assessments to effectively identify and mitigate potential workplace hazards.   

Investment in safety equipment  

The Company assigns a budget to purchase safety equipment, ranging from standard medical bags to PPE’s. These are then distributed to all employees.   

Involvement of employees  

The Company promotes open communication between employees and superiors. Involvement in planning stages is critical as employees share valuable insights into potential improvements.  

Culture of continual improvement  

The Company is dedicated to improving its safety and health policies, procedures and protocols through constant internal reviews and routine audits to align with emerging best practices and industry standards.  

Vision for tomorrow 

Megawide has resolved to set the industry benchmark for safety and health and advocacy. The Company has taken stricter measures to achieve zero lost time incidents and reduce recordable incidents. Project managers and site heads have also been urged to take charge in the promotion of maintaining safety in the workplace. 

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