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Employee Health and Safety

At Huawei, it is a company policy to care for our employees and always put their safety first. We are fully committed to creating a safe, healthy workplace for all of our employees. We require all of our business domains to meet or exceed the requirements of local laws and regulations as well as those from stakeholders including governments, customers, and employees. This must be achieved in accordance with the ISO 45001 occupational health and safety management system while considering internal and external environments. We always adhere to our rules regarding occupational health and safety management, and have ensured the healthy and safe development of all business domains. We have also extended the social responsibilities associated with environment, occupational health and safety (EHS) to our supply chain. We encourage more suppliers to share the EHS responsibilities of the supply chain and drive the sustainable development of employees, the environment, and society at large.

StoryHuawei Shanghai Representative Office won the WELL Gold rating

Huawei always strives to create comfortable and healthy workplaces that help improve employee well-being.

Huawei Shanghai Representative Office has always placed employees at the center of everything, from site selection and building design to construction and daily operations. The office has made continuous improvements based on the WELL building standard, which serves as an effective reference for improvements to workplace construction and operation standards. After one year of testing and evaluation, the office was awarded the WELL Gold rating in July 2023.

The WELL certification system is the world's first building standard to focus on enhancing people's health and wellbeing through the built environment. The WELL building standard has been developed based on scientific research across a number of disciplines such as medicine and architecture, and it focuses on ten concepts: air, water, nourishment, light, movement, thermal comfort, sound, materials, mind, and community. It serves as a guide for design, construction, and property management, and aims to improve users' health, well-being, and productivity.

Huawei Shanghai Representative Office awarded the WELL Gold rating

Huawei Shanghai Representative Office awarded the WELL Gold rating

StoryEHS management: Safeguarding global service delivery

In October 2023, Huawei held the Global Service Delivery EHS Conference in Dongguan, China. Over 100 EHS managers from more than 40 countries attended the conference, where they discussed EHS management and career development. During the event, recent achievements such as scenario-based EHS management methodologies and tools were released, and regional representatives shared their best practices in EHS management.

In 2023, Huawei organized more than 20 EHS training sessions for service delivery projects, including on-site training, golden seed training, lectures, and regional training, through which a total of 410 EHS professionals were certified. We have also developed and applied new tools such as a mobile applet built based on WeLink— Huawei's internal office platform—that supports onsite delivery project management and a smart helmet for safety inspection. These tools can monitor issues online, automatically generate reports, and conduct inspections by scanning codes, boosting EHS management efficiency in service delivery projects.

Huawei has won the

Huawei has won the "Zero Accident" Award from the Indonesian Ministry of Labour for nine consecutive years