Wellness

Promoting health in body and mind

SDG 3.4 Promote physical / mental health and well-being
SDG 3.9 Promote healthy built environments which reduce hazardous chemicals and pollution

We strive to promote the health and well-being of our employees, customers and communities. We are providing innovative wellness and healthcare solutions, health and safety measures and collaborating with stakeholders such as NGOs to advance our efforts.

Our Wellness Targets

20

Million

Stakeholders’ Well-being to be Improved*
SDG 3.4

FY2020 progress: 10 million

3.0

Lost-Time Injury Rate (LTIR)**
SDG 3.4

FY2020 LTIR: 1.7

* Cumulative number from baseline year FY2015 to FY2030 covering the Sustainability Reporting Scope.

** Lost-time injury rate (LTIR) represents the number of injuries per 100 employees per year.

Areas of Focus

Customer Wellness Improvement

The comfort and wellness of customers is our top priority. Our Sustainable Building Policy sets out our expectations towards the creation of built environments that support physical, mental and social health and well-being. Additionally, we provide holistic healthcare services through the introduction of new and advanced technologies.
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Employee Wellness Enhancement

Our employees are our valuable assets and their health and well-being always come first. We promote workplace wellness by providing physical and virtual programmes for employees.
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Occupational Health and Safety

Occupational health and safety is critical to our value chain. Our Health and Safety Policy, Supplier Code of Conduct and relevant management systems outline our efforts to protect employees and suppliers against occupational risks and accidents. We also implement wellness targets of lost-time injury rates (LTIR).
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