China Copper
China Copper

Safety construction

Safety concept: all risks can be controlled, all accidents can be prevented

Safety concept: safety is efficiency, employees are wealth

Policy: People-oriented, based on prevention, continuous improvement, and building harmony

“Six zeros” target: zero work accidents, zero or more occupational poisoning incidents, zero or none of general and above fire accidents, zero major and above equipment accidents, zero or more major road traffic accidents, and new occupational diseases zero.

Party and government have the same responsibility: Party organizations and administrative leaders at all levels have joint leadership responsibility for occupational health, safety and environmental protection, and their members are responsible for occupational health, safety and environmental protection in accordance with their division of responsibilities.

One post double responsibility: "The management of the business must be in line with occupational health, safety and environmental protection"; "Who is in charge, who is responsible, who approves, who is responsible, who checks, who is responsible."

Safety responsibility system "five implementation, five in place":

V. Implementation: Party and government responsibility system, one-job and double-responsibility system, organization and leadership, safety management, and safety reporting system;

Five in place: safety responsibilities are in place, safety inputs are in place, safety training is in place, safety management is in place, and emergency rescue is in place.

"Five bad habits" for safe production: habitual movements, habitual paralysis, habitual luck, habitual instinct, habitual experience officers.

Chinalco's team leader's safety code of duty: Commitment to compliance, to be a safety demonstrator; take the lead in learning, grasp the staff to help; encourage employees, share safety behavior; open a good meeting, do a safe job; mutual insurance Identify new masters; identify risks, monitor important operations; walk around inspections, observe and communicate; manage localities, stop violations; report hidden dangers, take precautions; organize drills, and actively participate in rescue.