Friday, March 25, 2011
Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering acquired a certificate for health and safety management system, 'KOSHA 18001'.
According to Daewoo, it received the certificate and certification plaque for the 'KOSHA 18001' on the 9th of the month with some from the Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA) and some Daewoo officials attending.
The 'KOSHA 18001' is an accreditation scheme to certify those companies which can meet the health and safety standards regulated by KOSHA.
Daewoo is the only one to acquire a certificate for 'KOSHA 18001' this time and for 'OHSAS 18001', health and safety international standards in 2001 among domestic shipyards.
Daewoo expects, through the latest certification, effective safety and health management activities, continuous improvement of various potential risk and productivity improvement through reducing accident rate and business losses.
Published : March 17, 2011