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Safety and Health Activities
A safe and healthy workforce is the cornerstone of a vibrant, well-run organization.  To this end, Hongkong International Terminals Limited (HIT) makes it a priority to promote a greater awareness of safety and health issues among its staff, while also initiating and taking part in community activities and maintaining close relationships with external parties. Here are some examples of HIT in action.
Kwai Tsing Port Occupational Safety and Health Campaign
Kwai Tsing Port Occupational Safety and Health CampaignTo foster a safety culture at work, HIT, as a member of the HKCTOA, fully supported the 2015-2016 Kwai Tsing Port Occupational Safety and Health Campaign, which is jointly organized by the Hong Kong Container Terminal Operators Association (“HKCTOA”), Labour Department and Occupational Safety and Health Council (“OSHC”).
Safety Quiz Contest
Safety Quiz ContestOur Safety Quiz Contest has been a major event for raising awareness of safety issues and promoting a strong safety culture within business units under HPH Trust, including COSCO-HIT Terminals (Hong Kong) Limited, Hongkong International Terminals Limited, Asia Port Services (HK) Limited, and Yantian International Container Terminals Limited.
Zero Injury Accident Promotion Programme for Stevedoring Workers
Zero Injury Accident Promotion Programme for Stevedoring WorkersThe "Zero Injury Accident Promotion Programme" aims to encourage stevedoring contractors to strive for better safety performance. Awards are given to the stevedoring contractors who have attained either an accident-free or good safety record during a quarter.
Level 3
CISPROS Level 3HIT was one of the first companies in Hong Kong to receive the prestigious Continual Improvement Safety Programme Recognition of System (CISPROS) Level 3 Certificate from the Occupational Safety & Health Council (OSHC).

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

Occupational Safety Charter Certificate
Occupational Safety Charter CertificateThe Occupational Safety Charter was signed by HPH Trust Chief Financial Officer and Investor Relations Officer Ivor Chow,Operations Services Delivery Supervisor Wu Kin-fai (acting as Employee Representative), Assistant Commissioner for Labour of the Labour Department Tso Sing-hin, and Executive Director of the Occupational Safety and Health Council Tan Wah-shing. The purpose of the charter is to ensure that all business activities at the terminal are carried out in a manner that promotes the highest standards of safety and health.
Stretching Exercises at Work
Stretching Exercises at WorkTo keep staff members limber and fit, as well as increase their awareness of occupational health, HIT holds stretching sessions during working
Road Safety Campaign
Road Safety CampaignHIT actively participates in community-wide promotional events under the banner of the Road Safety Campaign, which is organized by the Kwai Tsing District Council. Recent events that HIT took part in include the Road Safety Carnival and a Safe Driving Talk, which covered road safety knowledge and an array of topics from safe driving techniques to common mistakes made by truck drivers. The event was supported by representatives from the Hong Kong Police - Traffic Division, New Territories South; the Institute of Advanced Motorists, and the Transport Department’s Driver Improvement Scheme.