Establishment of a disaster crisis response system

  • Korea District Heating Corporation established a crisis response system to prevent disasters and minimize damage to protect employees as well as the public against disasters and safety accidents.
  • First, we prepare and manage on-site action manuals for disaster accidents, and to respond quickly and accurately in case of a crisis. Moreover, by establishing and operating a functional continuity plan in case of a disaster, we established a crisis response system to minimize human and material damage through rapid response and recovery.
  • Public interest in and demand for systematic response in the event of abnormal situation in the operation of energy supply facilities are increasing. Korea District Heating Corporation regularly conducts safety training to enable responding to various types of disasters that may occur within the facility.

Strengthening responsibility for industrial safety and health

  • Korea District Heating Corporation operates a deliberation and advisory body consisting of workers, business partners, and external experts in safety management and strives to create a safe working environment and establish a disaster-free workplace with systematic safety.
  • In addition, we are doing our best to reorganize the organization's health and safety management system and establish an autonomous safety culture early in accordance with the CEO's management policy, safety rating system, and safety activity level evaluation.

Strengthening national safety management

  • Korea District Heating Corporation has established an annual inspection plan for the facilities and conducts safety inspections of the facilities. In addition, the government annually conducts a national safety diagnosis involving the private sector to establish a permanent safety management system for major facilities in the energy sector.
  • Korea District Heating Corporation has prepared a system for classifying the safety conditions of heat transport pipes by risk class, repairing and replacing them. We are actively introducing new three-dimensional diagnostic technologies such as drone thermal imaging, underground IoT, and diagnostic robots and making efforts to provide stable energy for its safe and convenient use by the people through the establishment of an integrated spatial information system (GIS).