ESH & Energy
Environmental, Safety, Health and Energy(ESH&En) Policy
TSEC is a highly professional manufacturer of solar cells and modules; in addition to pursuing corporate growth, TSEC values the prevention of pollution, the mitigation and adaptation of climate change, biodiversity and ecological conservation, promotes renewable energy, and enhances environmental performance by using sustainable resources. We also strive to improve the safety and health work rules to prevent the injury and ill health from occurring, observe or surmount relevant ESH&En laws and obligation, consulting with the company related workers, the contractors, and the interested parties. We pledge to integrate the information and resources to implement the following ESH&En policy in order to fulfill our social responsibilities and reach the goal of sustainable growth.
Fulfill the compliance obligations, and commitment to the protection of the environment.
Control ESH risks, and effect continuous improvements.
Promote ESH education, and require all employees to participate.
Commit to saving energy and reducing GHG emissions, and response to green purchasing.
  • Passed the ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and TOSHMS(Taiwan Occupational Safety and Health Management System) certification in December 2011.
  • Passed the ISO 14064-1 Greenhouse Gas Inventory Verification in October 2012.
  • Passed the PAS 2050:2011 Product Carbon Footprint Verification of Mono-crystalline silicon solar cell in February 2013.
  • Passed the PAS 2050:2011 Product Carbon Footprint Verification of Multi-crystalline silicon solar cell in February 2013.
  • TSEC was awarded "101-Year National Labor Safety and Health Service Superior Company " by Council of Labor Affairs  in November 2013.
  • TSEC was awarded "Badge of Accredited Healthy Workplace" by Health Promotion Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare in January 2014.
  • Passed the ISO 50001:2011 certification in December 2014.
  • TSEC was awarded the BSI "Environmental Governance Practices Award" in December 2014.
  • TSEC was awarded “Excellence in Occupational Safety and Health” by Ministry of Labor in August 2015.
  • Passed the ISO/TS 14067 Product Carbon Footprint Verification of Solar Cell and Module in October 2015.
  • Passed the ISO 14001:2015 certification in November 2016.
  • TSEC was awarded "Badge of Accredited Healthy Workplace" by Health Promotion Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare in December 2016.
  • Pingtung Factory passed the OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management System certification, as well as the ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System certification In December 2018.

  • Both the Hsinchu and Pingtung factories successfully obtained ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management System certification In December 2020.

  • The Hsinchu and Pingtung factories obtained ISO 14064-1:2018 Greenhouse Gas Inventory Certificates In December 2022.

Safety Education & Training
A company’s employees are one of its most important assets. Employees who have acquired safety awareness at work will take this awareness home with them, thereby helping to ensure safety at home. The resulting support from the employee’s family will encourage employees to make a greater effort to spread proper safety concepts in the workplace, creating a synergistic effect whereby individual employees, contractors, visitors and suppliers all come to attach more importance to health and safety issues.
Safety education and training is the means whereby a company inculcates safety concepts and awareness in its employees. For this reason, we take safety education and training very seriously.

Safety education and training for employees

Skills training for Emergency Response Team (ERT) members

Contractors’ personnel visiting our facility for safety training


Emergency Response
There is an old saying that “if you want to be able to do a good job, you need to look after your tools properly.” To ensure safety within the factory area, prevent emergencies from occurring, and keep emergencies under control in the event that they do occur, suitable preparations need to be taken and the necessary facilities put in place to minimize damage and loss. At our factory, the following facilities and systems have been put in place to achieve the company’s disaster prevention and control objectives:
  • An Emergency Response Center (ERC) has been established to serve as the command center for handling emergencies.
  • The factory has a First Aid Room, where a full-time factory nurse provides employees with first-aid treatment and with advice on medical issues.
  • The factory area has over 300 CCTV cameras, facilitating monitoring and control by the ERC and from the Central Control Room.
  • Toxic gas monitoring and warning systems have been installed to meet plant safety objectives.
  • Diesel generators and an external uninterruptible power supply (EUPS) system have been installed to ensure that the power supply to key items of equipment within the factory is not interrupted.
  • An earthquake monitoring device has been installed to monitor the severity of any earthquakes that affect the plant; if a severe earthquake occurs, the supply of particular types of gas is automatically switched off.
  • The factory is equipped with a range of emergency response equipment to help bring incidents under control, including equipment for handling chemical leaks, Scott self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), Class A protective clothing, fire-fighting suits, etc.