Thanks to the concerted efforts of all site staff, Trinseo’s Hsinchu plant has received a certificate from Industrial Safety and Health Association in Taiwan on achieving 1,005,707 man-hours of incident free performance since June 2015, and still counting!
The Hsinchu plant has adopted a “togetherness” motif with everyone working very hard on maintaining safety at work, and then safely arriving home each day. And they have been achieving this goal with flying colors.
They now target the milestone of Triple Zero – meaning no injuries, no spills, and no process safety incidents – for a continuous 3,000 days.
“We are proud of this achievement recognizing the hard work and safety culture throughout the company,” said James Ni, Managing Director APAC. “Bravo to everyone at Trinseo Hsinchu! Let’s keep up with the good work!”
Trinseo (NYSE: TSE) is a global materials solutions provider and manufacturer of plastics and latex binders with a focus on delivering innovative, sustainable, and value-creating products that are intrinsic to our daily lives. Trinseo is dedicated to making a positive impact on society by partnering with like-minded stakeholders, and supporting the sustainability goals of our customers in a wide range of end-markets including automotive, consumer electronics, appliances, medical devices, packaging, footwear, carpet, paper and board, and building and construction. Trinseo had approximately $4.8 billion in net sales in 2021 and has 26 manufacturing sites and one recycling facility around the world and approximately 3,100 employees. For more information, please visit: www.trinseo.com.
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