AboitizPower delivers on its social commitment by providing venues for employee development, minimizing occupational health and safety risks, eliminating hazards to ensure a safe and healthy work environment, and nurturing relationships with stakeholders.
Health and Safety
AboitizPower is committed to mitigating its occupational health and safety (OH&S) risks and eliminating hazards to provide a safe and healthy work environment for our people and partners.
AboitizPower statistics include activities of organic and contracted personnel. Contractors are covered by virtue of AboitizPower’s “prevailing influence”. “Prevailing Influence” is considered to be in place when contractor employees are required to adhere to safety rules and regulations laid down by AboitizPower or to use methods, processes or other techniques provided by the company. A reportable contractor is when AboitizPower exerts a prevailing influence with regard to safety management practices.
In 2019, 1,395 employees in the Generation group went through the 8-Hour Mandatory Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Training for Workers. As part of its ISO 45001 Occupational Health & Safety Certification, and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems Certification, the company ensures that there are programs in place for employees across all business units to have sufficient training and knowledge.
Lost Time Injury Rate (LTIR)
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Notes for data transparency:
- LTIR data only covers generation units and distribution utilities.
Generation units included the following: AP Renewables, Inc, San Carlos Sun Power, Inc., Luzon Hydro Corp., Hedcor, Inc., Hedcor Sibulan, Inc., Hedcor, Tudaya, Inc., Hedcor Sabangan, Inc., Hedcor Bukidnon, Inc., Therma Marine, Inc., Therma Mobile, Inc., Therma South, Inc., East Asia Utilities Corporation, Cebu Private Power Corporation, SN Aboitiz Power Magat, Inc. and SN Aboitiz Power Benguet, Inc.The distribution utilities included: Visayan Electric Company, Inc., Davao Light and Power Company, Inc., Cotabato Light and Power Company, Subic EnerZone Corporation, Balamban EnerZone Corporation, Mactan EnerZone Corporation, LiMA EnerZone Corporation.
The distribution utilities included: Visayan Electric Company, Inc., Davao Light and Power Company, Inc., Cotabato Light and Power Company, Subic EnerZone Corporation, Balamban EnerZone Corporation, Mactan EnerZone Corporation, LiMA EnerZone Corporation.
- Lost Time Incident (LTI) is work-related injury or illness that results in the inability of the injured employee to report to work and perform his or her normal job functions. An LTI is when the employee was not able to perform any regular job, restricted work or report for work on any day after the injury was received. “Any day” includes rest day, weekend days, scheduled holiday or subsequent day(s) following the injury. A single accident can give rise to several lost workday cases, depending on the number of people injured as a result of that accident.
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AboitizPower ensures strict compliance with Philippine labor laws on working hours, and salary and compensation. As a general rule, employees are encouraged to accomplish their work assignments within their regular working hours. However, if unable to do so, and due to the necessity of the job, an employee may be asked to work overtime. An employee shall be allowed a maximum of 16 working hours per day, inclusive of regular working hours and overtime.
The salary and compensation packages given to AboitizPower employees are fair and aligned with market standards. In addition, the company also provides incentives for the achievement of organizational objectives and individual goals.
AboitizPower aims to achieve the following in terms of salary administration: internal equity, market competitiveness, increased performance and productivity, and compliance with laws and regulations.
Celebrating diversity and inclusion in AboitizPower
AboitizPower, headed by its Legal team, formalized its efforts to promote and raise awareness on diversity and inclusion within the company in 2019.
AboitizPower’s Diversity and Inclusion campaign is focused on communicating the primacy of merit above gender or sexual preference, age, religion, or ethnic background. It is aimed at raising awareness on diversity and inclusion, promoting respect and celebrating individuality, all while practicing the culture of excellence and high performance.
Monthly articles on the inspiring stories of our high-performing employees of diverse backgrounds and cultures across all AboitizPower business units. These articles featured members of the organization who are strong women leaders, differently-abled employees, members of different Philippine ethnic groups and religions, and members of the LGBTQ+ community, among others.
Cascade of Philippine laws that relate to diversity and inclusion. During the quarterly town hall meetings, AboitizPower Legal conducted lectures on the Expanded Maternity Leave Law, the HIV and AIDS Policy Act, the Safe Spaces Act, the Amended Magna Carta for Persons with Disability, and the Anti-Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
Competitions that celebrate the diversity of employees at AboitizPower. The legal team held a karaoke contest featuring songs that empower and uplift women, and a photo contest showcasing the different regional and ethnic cultures of the company’s employees.
In celebration of Pride Month, a Pride Forum and movie screening were organized to promote the inclusivity of the LGBTQ+ community in the organization. At the Pride Forum, participants learned the importance of understanding and promoting sensitivity to people’s sexual orientation, expression, and identity (SOGIE).
Music and Arts Festival was held to exhibit the works of Philippine artists and photographers which highlight diversity and inclusion. The event also included performances by different musical acts in the company, who played songs that celebrate individuality. The funds raised were donated to the Aboitiz Foundation, and the Home of the Golden Gays, a care facility for elderly, destitute gay men who perform in drag to make a living.