Occupational health is a field of health care made up of multiple disciplines dedicated to the well-being and safety of employees in the workplace. It has a strong focus on injury prevention and employee education. Therefore, we provide trainings on
Occupational Health & Safety
Basic first aid
CPR & AED training
We also arrange Health Talks on quarterly basis by the speakers who are experts on the related field.
Offering safe working conditions for our employees and contractors is paramount for MSP CAT. To set and promote an efficient culture of safety, we have relied on:
Our HSE team. 4 people are working to ensure that MSP CAT operations are conducted safely.
Our Occupational Health and Safety policy, which is approved by our CEO, and which is available here.
Our management system was audited by a third-party. MSP CAT is ISO-45001:2018 compliant.
As the official distributor of Caterpillar products, we are contributing to delivering CAT Safety program in Myanmar: START. We encourage all our employees and contractors to report any situation which might be unsafe.
In pursuit of continuous improvement and excellence, we decided to upgrade to the new ISO 45001 standard and developed a migration plan based on OHSAS 18001.
After being audited on August 5, 2019, we received the certification.
We are proud to be one of the first companies in Myanmar to achieve compliance to the ISO 45001 standard.
0 lost time incident in 2019. 3 accidents.
0 fatality. Our recordable injury frequency (RIF) is low: 0.39
Managing our operations should not harm the environment. We are working on two fronts on this matter:
MSP CAT is committed to making its environmental footprint as low as possible. As a result, the company adopted its environmental policy in 2018.
The products we sell and maintain should also be eco-efficient. Therefore, when our experts are repairing the products we sold, they will always make sure that their environmental performance is maximal.
A specific action plan was decided to structure and optimise MSP CAT waste management system. We will now work to reduce, reuse and recycle as much as possible the waste produced by our operations. For hazardous waste, they have to “be disposed of to a site that is licensed to handle the type of waste identified”.