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Our Approach

Our Initiatives

Our Performance




 





 


Corporate Social Responsibllity

This 2004 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report is SembCorp Industries’ third environmental and citizenship report. This year, we have made efforts to provide more detailed disclosure on a range of environmental and community issues. We recognise that the information provided is not yet comprehensive. However, this Report constitutes one of a series of measures towards our ultimate aim: triple bottom line reporting of the full range of environmental, social, and economic issues.


OUR COMMITMENT
SembCorp Industries recognises that to be a truly successful company, we must have a strong commitment to improving the world around us, and must behave as a responsible corporate citizen. This commitment directly influences the way we conduct our businesses and how we interact with the world at large. We aim to protect the environment, the health and safety of our employees and customers, and the communities in which we operate. Above all, we strive to inculcate a culture that recognizes the importance of health, safety and the environment at every level.

Despite the business challenges of the last year, we have been careful not to neglect this commitment. Implementation of the international ISO 14001 standard and other Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) management systems continued throughout 2004. The Group also launched many excellent environmental and community initiatives, such as the use of renewable fuel at our power station in the UK, and educational support to underprivileged children in Singapore. We intend to build on these efforts in the coming year.

We are also proud of SembCorp employees who give their time, money, and care to community development initiatives, or work to ensure a safe and healthy workplace. We strive to support our employees as they pursue these initiatives.

SembCorp Industries
Environment, Health, and Safety Statement


SembCorp Industries strives to be a leader - setting standards for the industry. We are committed to responsibly serving our community and safeguarding the environment. We aim to conduct all business operations in a manner that ensures the health and safety of our customers, employees, the communities in which we operate, and our ecological system.

Understanding the importance of health, safety and the environment, we will:

Assist the community by offering products, services and solutions that will better conserve and protect our environment
Encourage conservation and recycling in an effort to increase participation in recycling and promote environmental awareness among our staff and community
Ensure safe operations while minimising impacts on the environment and the communities in which we operate

As part of our ongoing efforts to improve our operations in a responsible and environmentally sustainable manner, we will also:

Comply with existing environmental health and safety laws and legislation in all our operations
Continue research, development and employee training and education in order to conduct business in a responsible manner
Conduct careful review of all procedures to improve performance and quality, with constant consideration of environmental factors

Incidentally, with the expansion of our environmental businesses over the last few years, the SembCorp Group has become one of the largest environmental service providers in Asia. These businesses, which currently generate revenues in excess of S$360 million, directly improve the environment, sanitation and public health in the region.

While we have made significant progress over the last few years, our journey on the road towards corporate citizenship is far from over. We look forward to working together with all of our stakeholders, in 2005 and beyond, in order to achieve ever greater levels of environmental and community excellence.


OUR APPROACH
Our approach to integrating environmental and social considerations into our business comprises three main thrusts. First, we actively manage our operations to continually improve our performance and reduce risk. Second, we invest in environmental businesses around Asia. Third, through working with partners who pay heed to environmental concerns, we are able to influence the environmental, health, and safety performance of our suppliers and products.

Proactive management of environmental performance

Group-Wide Management
At a Group level, a SembCorp Industries Board Director is responsible for overseeing our overall environmental and corporate citizenship efforts.

Meanwhile, the SembCorp Industries Environmental Committee, chaired by the President of one of our business units and comprising representatives from all business units, continues to work towards ensuring best practice, compliance, innovation, and environmental responsibility throughout the Group. Cross-functional committees are also used for a similar purpose within our business units, for example SembCorp Utilities (SembUtilities) and The Singapore Mint.

Management Systems in Place: ISO 14001 and Beyond
At an operational level, each business unit is responsible for managing its own environmental issues and initiatives. ISO 14001, the recognised international environmental management standard, has been widely implemented throughout our businesses. In this, our operations have accomplished several regional firsts: The Singapore Mint was the first mint in Asia to be ISO 14001 certified, and SembCorp Marine (SembMarine)’s Sembawang Shipyard was the first shipyard in Southeast Asia to be ISO 14001 certified. We intend to increase our use of ISO 14001 through 2005 and beyond.

(Please refer to the list of our business units certified to ISO 14001 on page 114.)

ISO 14001 is, however, only one of the methods we use. Our business units have implemented their own approaches, often specific to their industry, to optimise EHS performance.

One example is the adoption of the Det Norske Veritas’ International Safety Rating System (ISRS) by Sembawang Shipyard. ISRS is an internationally recognised, systematic method of managing loss control. In 2004, we achieved a rating of nine, out of a possible ten, thanks to continual improvement of our operations since our first audit in 1993.

As a sampler of other measures used by the Group’s operating units, further key management approaches adopted by Sembawang Shipyard include a Behaviour-based Safety Program (BbS), a Safety, Health and Environment Code of Conduct backed by fines for violations by workers and contractors, and as a full-time EHS Officer and daily EHS meetings for every ship under repair. In addition, the shipyard employs a red card/ yellow card system for EHS violations, regular environmental audits and formal procedures to control and improve environmental impacts.

Business Units Certified to ISO14001

SembCorp
Engineers and
Constructors
SembCorp
Logistics
SembCorp
Environmental
Management
SembCorp
Utilities
SembCorp
Marine
Other
Business
Units
SembCorp Engineers
and Constructors
Singapore Offshore
Petroleum Services
SembCorp
Environmental
Management
SUT Sakra Sembawang
Shipyard
Batamindo
Industrial Park
managed by
SembCorp Parks
Management
Construction Technology ST-Airport Services SembWaste
(Municipal)
SembCorp Gas   The Singapore
Mint
Reliance Contractors Oil-Tex (Thailand)
Company
SembWaste
Cleantech
SMOE    
SembCorp (Tianjin)
Construction Engineering
  SembVisy
Recycling
     
SembCorp
Simon-Carves
  SembEnviro
Alex Fraser
     
ST Architects and Engineers   SembSITA      
    SembEnviro Tay Paper      
    SembWaste (Industrial)      
    SembVISY Recycling
MRF
     


Targets, incentives, and indicators
Quantitative performance targets and monitoring of results have been integrated into our management
systems to further drive improvement. For example, SembCorp Logistics’ (SembLog) subsidiaries ST-Airport Services and Singapore Offshore Petroleum Services have set very clear environment, health, and safety goals. These are translated into Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and targets for the number of accidents, injuries, spillages, and even “near miss” incidents.

To further drive our staff’s commitment, some business units have sought to link the performance review of employees to the results of environment-related indicators. SembCorp Engineers and Constructors (SembE&C), for example, adopts a balance scorecard system, which assesses environment, health and safety metrics, to track and evaluate the performance of senior managers.



Making the environment our business

SembCorp Industries’ environmental business lines
SembCorp Industries views environmental management issues as opportunities for business, not just as risks to be managed. In total, the Group’s revenue from environmental activities exceeded S$360 million in 2004. More than 3,600 people are employed by our environmental businesses. These figures make the
SembCorp one of the largest environmental service providers in Asia.

Over the last five years, we have made strategic investments in a number of environmental businesses.
We now build wastewater treatment facilities, collect and treat solid waste, provide environmental consultancy, and recycle a wide range of waste materials. These businesses directly benefit the local and global environment, conserve resources, and enhance public health where we operate.

A prominent example of this in Singapore was SembE&C’s construction of the new extension treatment works for an Immersed Microfiltration Membrane Plant for the Public Utilities Board. The 273,000m3/ day plant, one of the word’s largest, recovers water that would otherwise have gone to waste under the Singapore government’s plans for a sustainable water supply (NEWater initiative).


Environment-related investments in 2004
SembCorp Industries continued to grow its environmental businesses throughout 2004, including:

A S$9 million investment in India’s leading medical waste management company, including upgrading facilities and extending modern medical waste management to more hospitals;
A S$17 million investment for the development and long term operation of a 12,500m3/ day wastewater treatment facility in the Nanjing Chemical Industrial Park, China;
A S$34 million contract for the design and construction of three 6,000m3 egg-shaped anaerobic sludge digesters for Jurong Sewage Treatment Works, Singapore.

Our commitment to the environment dovetails with our confidence in the strong growth potential of the environmental management industry in Asia, particularly as environmental awareness grows in the region.


Enhancing partnerships and products

SembCorp Industries has worked steadily over the last 10 years to internally refine, contain and manage the environmental impact of our core business operations. Moving beyond this, we have now begun working more closely with suppliers and customers to put in place good practice, and in parallel have begun evaluating how our core products and services can be made more environmentally sound.

Working with our business partners for environmentally safe processes
Sembawang Shipyard’s “contractor of the month” award is an innovative example of how we encourage our contractors to better the safety of their processes and work environments. The EHS performance of the contractor is the main criteria for selection for the award, and half of the cash prize of S$10,000 must be used by the contractor to purchase personal protective equipment for its workers.

Meanwhile, ST-Airport Services gives preference to suppliers with ISO 14001 certification, while SembE&C will, from 2005, require its core suppliers to have ISO 14001.

We have also been working more closely with major customers. For instance, at Sembawang Shipyard, our alliance partners and major customers audit us regularly for our environmental practices and performance, while teams working on repair projects for Shell and BP are given a cash bonus if they achieve the EHS KPIs set for the projects. At ST-Airport Services, a similar innovative scheme has been set up with a client, whereby both parties contribute to a bonus fund that is awarded to ST-Airport Services only if the KPIs are achieved.

SembCorp Industries’ Environmental Business Lines

Business Activities Countries of operation
SembCorp Environmental Management Operation of waste collection, recovery, and sorting systems, medical waste incineration, paper recycling construction waste recovery, waste to energy, biological waste treatment Singapore, Australia, China, India, Malaysia
SembCorp Engineers and Constructors – Environmental Division Design and construction of wastewater collection and treatment systems, building of waste management facilities Singapore
SembCorp Utilities –
SUT Sakra,
SUT Seraya
Treatment of hazardous industrial waste, treatment and recycling of industrial wastewater Singapore, China
SembCorp Marine –
JPL Industries
Recycling of copper slag from shipyard grit-blasting Singapore


Making our products and services more environmentally safe
The Total Environmental Quality Score System adopted by SembE&C illustrates how environmental considerations can be integrated into building design. More than 50 environmental criteria are applied to each building project at the design stage. If the project does not achieve a minimum score (currently 73 out of 100), it is sent back for review and re-design.

Similarly, SembUtilities has been progressively converting to more environmentally sound fuels. Our 815 megawatt cogeneration power station on Jurong Island completed in year 2001, which concurrently produces both electricity and steam, made us the first licensed power generating company in Singapore to produce 100% of electricity from clean-burning natural gas. Likewise, we began converting SUT Sakra’s industrial boilers from heavy fuel oil to natural gas in 2004. The steam and power we supply to customers in Singapore will thus be sourced entirely from a fuel that generates substantially less air emissions and no waste, compared to other fossil fuels.


OUR INITIATIVES
Environmental and corporate citizenship means taking real steps and making substantial investments to improve performance year after year. The following sections profile SembCorp Industries’ significant initiatives for 2004.

Energy and Clean Air
In 2004, SembUtilities’ 133 megawatt Wilton Power Station at Teeside in the UK, began generating power from tallow, a form of renewable energy. We also commissioned a new 42 megawatt gas-fired turbine at the facility, which uses the latest “Dry Low NOx” technology. These initiatives have substantially reduced air pollutants and offset the fossil fuels that would otherwise have been used.

Meanwhile, our steam distribution operations on Jurong Island, Singapore, are working to strengthen efficiency though a number of innovative technical modifications, which are expected to curb energy loss by a further 50%. This will lead to less initial fuel being needed to supply customers with the steam they require.

For our logistics and transport related operations, we have sought to reduce vehicle fuel use and related air pollution through good route planning. This has been especially significant for SembLog as transportation is an integral aspect of supply chain management. Meanwhile, SembCorp Environmental Management’s (SembEnviro) new Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence Center (C3i), coupled with Global Positioning System (GPS) devices fitted to all our trucks, enables real time tracking, better route planning, and better fuel efficiency for our fleet of more than 300 waste collection vehicles.

In 2004, SembMarine introduced an innovative Dust Buster system at Jurong Shipyard, a technology that reduces flying dust generated by ship hull grit-blasting by 90 per cent. Likewise, at Sembawang Shipyard, blasting screens were installed at its KG VI dock as additional measures to prevent and control dust generated by grit blasting activities, while two air-monitoring stations were also installed in the shipyard.

Between 1999 and 2004, the efforts of The Singapore Mint’s Energy Conservation Committee reduced energy usage by 10 per cent, even as total production from the Mint increased by approximately 35%.

Environmental Education
As part of the company’s environmental and community outreach efforts, Sembawang Shipyard launched the Green Wave Environmental Care Project for schools in December 2002. This annual competition, targeted at the young and open to all students in Singapore, was jointly sponsored by Sembawang Shipyard’s alliance partners, oil majors Shell and BP.

The Green Wave initiative’s main objective is to inculcate in students a sense of personal and collective responsibility for their own environment, and, in the process, develop creative and innovative ideas in the area of environment care and protection. Through developing innovative environmental protection ideas and programs, student participants are rewarded with attractive cash prizes. In 2004, more than 120 entries were received, with 21 awards totalling S$32,000 presented to the winning teams from Primary to Tertiary levels. The long term plan is to introduce Green Wave to students in other ASEAN countries.

Meanwhile, throughout 2004, SembEnviro has been consistently educating the public about recycling through measures including promotional videos, pamphlets, and talks at schools. In addition, our colourful recycling stations (“Toria Stations”) were a staple at the 2004 National Day celebrations and the inaugural Recycling Day on November 21, 2004.

2004 also saw the launch of SembEnviro’s Learning Portal. By providing training in proper waste management and cleaning practices, the Learning Portal aims to raise standards of public health and at the same time help low-wage workers upgrade their skills.

Waste Management
JPL Industries, a unit of SembMarine, recycles some 300,000 tonnes of copper blasting slag every year that would otherwise have to be disposed. This conserves natural resources and helps extend the life of Singapore’s only landfill.

Sembawang Shipyard has developed an extensive waste segregation and recycling program, centered on an on-site Recycling Compound. Our strict segregation practices make both environmental and economic sense. During 2004, the shipyard recovered more than 10,000 tonnes of scrap, generating revenues of more than S$3 million.

SembLog has standardised packaging and storage materials, and introduced durable plastic storage containers, to allow repeated use and reduce bulky waste. Packaging crates and pallets returned by our customers are also reused and recycled for overseas shipments, thus reducing the number of crates required.

SembEnviro provides recycling services to more than 500,000 households in Singapore. In addition, it continued to develop innovative waste management technologies in 2004. In addition to the Singmatic system, a pneumatic refuse collection system that reduces manual handling of waste, odour, and land requirements associated with waste transfer, it also introduced a unique split refuse chute system that allows convenient collection of recyclables from high rise dwellings, thus promoting higher participation and recycling rates.

Meanwhile, The Singapore Mint channels old coins for cleaning, so that these can be recycled back into re-circulation.

Community
This year, the SembCorp Group and its staff rallied to respond to the humanitarian crisis left in the wake of the Asian tsunamis of December 2004. Our timely response demonstrated the compassionate side of our organisation, both in big ways as well as small ones. (Please see page 118 for a detailed account of the efforts on the part of our Group).

Meanwhile, over the course of the year, the Group maintained its active commitment to the Community Chest’s SHARE program, an initiative to encourage voluntary contributions from employees, the funds from which are used to support more than 50 welfare organizations and more than 240,000 disadvantaged individuals. We introduce SHARE to our employees when they join us, and several of our business units provide matching contributions. For example, Sembawang Shipyard gives approximately S$60,000 to SHARE every year.

SembMarine further contributes to the community through the School Books Assistance Grant (SchoolBAG), giving some S$152,000 to 742 needy students under the SchoolBAG scheme.

Key CSR Effort: The SembCorp Group Responds to the Asian Tidal Wave Disaster

The SembCorp Group joined hands with our employees to contribute to the relief effort following the tsunamis that devastated parts of Asia on December 26, 2004. We raised close to S$700,000 in cash for the victims of the tsunamis, primarily through contributions by our companies and staff, as well as through our efforts to coordinate donations amongst our business partners
and associates.

Our businesses also used their own unique assets to aid the relief efforts. SembEnviro, for example, mobilised more than 100 recycling workers to collect more than 13 tonnes of clothing and food from around Singapore.

Meanwhile, SembLog immediately provided a range of logistical support to the effort and offered two of our warehouses for the sorting and storage of food, clothing, and other items.

SembMarine provided 78 Indian-national employees affected by the tsunamis with free return air tickets to India and S$300 each in cash, as immediate aid to help them and their families through the crisis.


Meanwhile, SembEnviro continued to sponsor the education of four young adults from Gracehaven, an association that temporarily houses troubled youths. SembEnviro also actively supported the White Ribbon campaign to prevent violence against women through the preparation of more than 30,000 ribbons, and mobilising more than 260 workers to distribute information packs to households in Singapore. In addition, more than S$20,000 was donated to the Jamiyah Children’s Home from the sponsorship proceeds of the promotional 2004 SembEnviro Calendar.

In Vietnam and Indonesia, where SembCorp Parks Management (SembParks) operates its industrial parks, a total of 31 projects were organised for the local community in 2004. Activities included scholarship funds to the various educational institutions, contributions to religious organizations during festive periods, provision of gift packages to the needy families and donations to build homes for the poor. In addition, the industrial parks in Indonesia also provided medical and dental aid to its neighbouring community.

Back in Singapore, the Woodlands Wellington Football Club continues to receive more than S$300,000 per year from main sponsors SembCorp Power and Gas, subsidiaries of SembUtilities. Our contribution supports the local sports fraternity and the grooming of budding football talent, through sponsorship of players’ training and coverage of the club’s operating costs.

Clean water
In 2004, SembUtilities laid the groundwork for an advanced new membrane based treatment facility that will recover more than 50% of the wastewater we process at our facility on Jurong Island. The recovered water will be used for a range of industrial applications, instead of being discharged to the sea, thus reducing the use of fresh water. Construction of this facility will commence in 2005.

Likewise, two SembLog centers collected rainwater for non-potable use, while seawater is used to cool the air conditioning system at one of our logistics centers. Meanwhile, SembE&C actively tracked key performance indicators as a means to reduce water use. For example, the company’s pre-cast department must not exceed 1 m3 of water per m3 of pre-cast, while the defense department must not exceed 700 m3 of water per million dollars in sales.

To address the potential for water pollution from fuel oil spillages, SembLog subsidiaries ST-Airport Services and Singapore Offshore Petroleum Services have put in place stringent procedures and monitoring systems. These include interceptor tanks which filter oil and grease from effluent discharges, as well as storing drummed products within bunds or using spill containment pallets. ST-Airport Services also commissioned advanced fuel storage facilities in 2004 that significantly reduce the potential for a spill. Thanks to efforts such as these, we have not recorded a single spillage since we began tracking this metric in year 2000.

Health and Safety
At Sembawang Shipyard, our innovative BbS program (see p122) has focused on personal responsibility for safety and fostered a positive mindset to make the work environment safer for all. Our target is a safer environment for the people and the protection of valued customer’s assets.

Sembawang Shipyard’s Loss Control Teams have also developed numerous innovative approaches to improve health and safety around our shipyard. For example, in 2004 an innovative tool was designed and patented, which enables cables to be stripped without risk of finger injury. During the trial period for this tool - Cable Strip-T-Ease™ - occurrences of injury from stripping cables were reduced to virtually zero. The tool was successfully patented in 2004.

Among other health and safety initiatives in 2004, SembUtilities introduced several new chemical transfer systems that eliminated the need for manual handling of hazardous materials. We were pleased to be given a Merit Award by the Ministry of Manpower, during the inaugural Occupational Health Best Practice Awards on 19 October 2004.

Meanwhile, SembE&C has strived to be the benchmark for health and safety excellence in the local construction industry. Our Frequency-Severity Index (a measure of health and safety performance at worksites) has remained below the Singapore national average over the last four years. We also have two internal awards to reward good safety behaviour, as well as an annual Occupational Health and Safety seminar. The 2004 seminar held on 15 October, included talks by Singapore Ministry of Manpower officials, invited guest speakers and a keynote address by SembE&C President and CEO Wong Heang Fine entitled “Towards a positive safety culture”.

In July 2004, Batamindo Industrial Park (BIP) officially launched its road safety campaign for the year, working in close cooperation with the Batam Traffic Police, Land Transport Authority, BIP tenants and the community in and around the park. The campaign educated road users to abide by traffic regulations and resulted in improved traffic performance which continued throughout 2004. Monetary awards were presented to 21 drivers with exemplary records, while more than 220 vehicles were summoned for traffic offences for the period between July to August 2004.

OUR PERFORMANCE
During 2004, we took some important steps down the road towards corporate social responsibility and achieved a number of milestones and awards. At the same time, we began tracking our environmental and community performance quantitatively at a number of our business units. Relevant scorecards are presented below.

Performance Scorecard 1 – Key Performance Indicators
For a diversified Group like ours, adopting KPIs that represent the full range of environmental and social issues is challenging. We have therefore chosen to provide one Group-wide KPI - charitable giving - coupled with a specific KPIs for each of our five main business units.

 

KPI 1: SembCorp Industries – Charitable Giving and Community
The SembCorp Group benefits from the support of the broader communities in which we operate. We in turn are committed to assisting our communities, in particular through our charitable giving program. Last year, the Group donated S$1.1 million to charity. Through these donations, we actively support many charities, philanthropic efforts, educational events, welfare groups, and underprivileged people. We are proud to make a difference in the lives of people in Singapore and around the world.
KPI 2: SembCorp Utilities –Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Gas Emissions
SembUtilities has switched to using cleaner fuels such as natural gas to reduce the negative impact of burning fossil fuels, and has put in place treatment systems to ensure compliance with government regulations. However, carbon dioxide from our worldwide power generation activities is one of the major remaining emissions and hence is one of our KPIs. As noted, we have achieved good reduction in CO2 emissions per million dollar sales over the last few years, and our total worldwide emissions have remained virtually constant, despite the acquisition in 2003 of our utilities terminal and power plant in Teesside, UK.
 
Notes:
1 SembCorp Group’s worldwide charitable giving
2 Includes donations by SembCorp Industries’ majority owned companies
  Notes:
1 SembUtilities’ worldwide operations
2 Only CO2 emitted from the combustion of fuel ( i.e. natural gas, diesel and fuel oil) for power
and steam generation is taken into consideration

 

KPI3: SembCorp Marine Engineering /Sembawang Shipyard – Accident Frequency Rate
Safety has always been a key priority of SembMarine’s shipyards. Our EHS management system at Sembawang Shipyard has been in place since the 1970’s, and in 2002 we introduced a new BbS system to bring our performance to the next level. We are profiling the Accident Frequency Rate as the KPI for Sembawang Shipyard. As shown in the graph, improvement has been notable.
  KPI 4: SembCorp Logistics/ ST-Airport Services – Fuel Spillages
ST-Airport Services’ core business includes the transport, storage, and transfer of large quantities of aviation fuel. Product spillage can cause water pollution and ground contamination, increase fire risk and result in other negative impacts. ST-Airport Services has put stringent systems, procedures, and monitoring programs in place to prevent spills. We have profiled spillages as the KPI for this operation. We are proud to have achieved our target of zero spills every year since monitoring started in 2000.


KPI 5: SembCorp Environmental Management –
Vehicle Accident Rate
With a fleet of 300 large vehicles on the road 365 days a year, road safety is of paramount importance for SembEnviro. We have been monitoring our Vehicle Accident Rate KPI closely, and have put in place a number of initiatives to reduce the potential for accidents. Our efforts to improve road safety led to a huge 68% drop in accident cases between 2002 and 2004, resulting in an accident-to-km-traveled ratio of 0.78 accidents to every 100,000 km traveled in 2004, well within our target of less than 1 accident per 100,000 km traveled.
KPI 6: SembCorp Engineers and Constructors –
Water Consumption
Water is used in many of SembE&C’s operations, and is one of Singapore’s most precious resources, thus water consumption has been chosen as a KPI. Reducing water consumption has been an integral part of our environmental management system for many years. SembE&C has done well over the last five years in reducing water consumption per million dollars of sales, and continues to be committed to reducing the amount of water utilised in our construction activities and processes.
 
Notes:
1 Singapore operations only
  Notes:
1 Singapore operations only


SembCorp Group CSR Milestones for 2004

Q1, 2004 Q2, 2004 Q3, 2004 Q4, 2004
Strip-T-Ease™ cable
stripper patented by
SembMarine
SembCorp Industries conferred Commendation at ACCA
Singapore Environmental Reporting Awards
SembEnviro launches first road safety campaign SembUtilities given Merit Award at inaugural MOM Occupational Health Best Practice Awards
Sembawang Shipyard awarded Level 9 ISRS rating SembE&C awarded two Construction Excellence Awards by BCA SembE&C awarded 11 safety performance awards by MOM SembMarine Green Wave Program Award Ceremony
BIP awarded ISO14001 SembEnviro Medical recognized as an “Essential firm during national emergencies” by NEA SembUtilities’ Wilton Power Station, UK, granted approval to burn tallow SembEnviro participates in Singapore’s inaugural Recycling Day and Clean & Green Week
Launch of SembEnviro
Learning Portal
Annual SembE&C
OHS seminar
Launch of Command, Control, Communications,
and Intelligence centre
at SembEnviro
 
    SembCorp Industries
sponsors ACCA Thought
Leadership Seminar on
“Responsibility in Business:
Sustainability or Profitability?”