Samsung C&T put the safety as the priority value that the enterprise must protect.
Samsung C&T operates the safety training facilities for employees customers according to the management policy that puts the safety in priority. In addition, Samsung C&T strengthens the accident prevention checking system that reflects the characteristics of each business groups such as construction equipment, attractions etc.
Raising the safety awareness of employees and customers through experience-oriented training
The E&C Group of Samsung C&T is operating “Safety Academy” for its employees and partners. By providing training programs in 4 major experience centers (site/fire/emergency/earthquake), the company takes the initiative in enhancing safety awareness and accident prevention.
The Resort Group operates 'Lenny's Safety Center' which is the theme-based experience program for daily safety, emergency responses, disasters, etc. This center is composed of earthquake experience, simulation game, emergency rescue, and escape from fire where every customer who visit Everland can learn how to respond various situations.
Prevention of critical disasters by enhancing the safety of site equipment
Given that the risk of safety accidents remains high at construction sites, it is crucial to prevent major accidents by responding to near misses in a timely manner. In particular, the E&C Group learned that a series of near misses involving equipment has a great impact on the construction projects by causing major accidents, delays in construction, and increases the safety management level by checking the response system, drawing the improvement tasks, and enhancing the monitoring and information sharing.
Establishing the integrated attraction monitoring system
The Resort Group has created the world's first comprehensive monitoring and accident prevention system to ensure attraction safety. The system monitors the operations of rides, manages trends, sets alarms, and performs troubleshooting to prevent malfunction and identify the causes of problems with the control system once they occur; thus minimizing the attraction's loss of operation time.