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HIT Receives Prestigious HK Health and Safety Certificate
Article Date: 13/07/2011

Mr. Ivor Chow (left), Managing Director of HIT, receives the CISPROS Level 3 Certificate from Mr. Lee Ka-ming, GBS, JP, Chairman of OSHC.
Hongkong International Terminals Limited (HIT) today (Wednesday, 13 July 2011) received the Continual Improvement Safety Programme Recognition of System (CISPROS) Level 3 certificate from the Occupational Safety & Health Council (OSHC) in a ceremony held at the terminal. HIT is one of only five companies in Hong Kong to have received this prestigious recognition from the OSHC, a statutory body established in 1988 for promoting safety and health in the workplace.

The CISPROS certificate acknowledges HIT’s commitment to making continual improvements to its occupational safety and health management system (OSHMS) by introducing programmes that keep its staff and contractors' employees up-to-date with the latest industry practices.

The CISPROS Level 3 certificate is the highest level that the OSHC has yet awarded.

From left to right: Mr. Wong Yiu-chung, Kwai Tsing District Councillors;
Mr. Tang Wah-shing, Executive Director of OSHC; Mr. Chow Yick-hay, BBS,
JP, Kwai Tsing District Councillors; Mr. Ivor Chow, Managing Director
of HIT; Mr. Lee Kai-ming, GBS, JP, Chairman of OSHC; Miss Trista Lim,
Assistant District Officer (Kwai Tsing); Mr. Poon Fat-lam, BBS, MH, Kwai
Tsing District Councillors; Mr. Simon Wong, General Manager - Terminal
Planning and Engineering of HIT; Dr. Cheung Kwong-chief, Deputy Chief
Occupational Safety Officer (Kowloon), Labour Department; and Mr. Jason
Wong, Senior Consultant of OSHC