• To achieve MULTIVERSE strategic goal of sustainable development, MULTIVERSE strives for clean and safe developments. Our HSE philosophy is hinged on the following cardinal principles:
    Sound HSE performance is one of the foundations for the company’s growth and development.
    Ensuring economic returns, HSE management is also our commitment to social responsibility.
    Put people first and regard employees as our most valuable resource and asset.
    Conduct systematic management and continuous improvement with motto “We can always do it better”.
    Promote the “5 Don’ts until Dos’ Safety Rules, focus, on details, and manage risks at acceptable levels.
    Manage contractors and share information and experience to achieve Win-Win cooperation.
    Endeavor to use clean & harmless materials and energy, and protect the environment & natural resources.
    Comply with laws, regulations and industrial standards, and strive for HSE excellence.
    HSE performance mirrors the comprehensive quality of the company.

    THE ‘’5 DON’Ts until Dos” Safety Rules In Workplace

  • Throughout the whole MULTIVERSE, the following
    “5 Don’t s until Dos” safety rules apply to ALL activities:
     Don’t act until safety risks are clearly assessed.
     Don’t act until safety measures are fully prepared.
     Don’t act until safety tools are ready for the job.
     Don’t act until safety conditions are secured.
     Don’t act until safety skills are well obtained.

    10 High Risk Activities

  • MULTIVERSE has identified the following 10 activities as
    high risk and therefore requiring a high level of HSE
    consideration and evaluation:
    1. Equipment maintenance operation
    2. Electrical operation
    3. Hot work
    4. Confined space entry operation
    5. Excavation/ Shaft operation
    6. Lifting operation
    7. Working at heights
    8. Hazardous/ Explosives materials handling
    9. Land transportation
    10. Simultaneous operation
  • Equipment maintenance operation

  •  Risks assessments, maintenance plans and safety measures shall be
    prepared for on-line equipment maintenance.
     Proper measures shall be taken such as isolation, pressure-releasing and
     Maintenance workers shall be competent and qualified. The proper tools and
    equipment shall be supplied to every worker.
     PTW (Permit to Work) must be approved before on-line equipment
  • Electrical operation

  •  Electrical power shall be cut off during all cable and electrical equipment
    maintenance, and isolation, lockout/tag out and safety caution signs shall be
    used during all maintenance activities.
     Electrical equipment shall be discharged and disconnected. It is prohibited to
    touch any high-voltage on-line electrical equipment.
     A specially-assigned, fully qualified person must supervise the maintenance
    of electrical equipment.
     Power shall not be resumed to the equipment being maintained unless has
    been confirmed that no one is working on the subject equipment.
     Electricians shall be trained and certified
     Insulation protective articles and tools shall be properly used.
     PTW must be approved before electrical operation.
  • Hot work

  •  Hot work area shall be isolated from human trafficking area.
     Cleaning and purging with inert gas shall be carried out before hot work
    on equipment or pipes containing potentially explosive gases.
     Before hot work begins, clean out combustible material around the work
    area and restrict the spark splash.
     Flammable gas shall be detected on time in the hot work process.
     The fire watcher shall be present at all times and equipped with sufficient
    firefighting equipment and material for the hot work activities.
     PTW must be approved before hot work.
  • Confined space entry operation

  •  Before entering a confined space, all affected energy sources shall be
    isolated, locked out and tagged out. The work of displacing, purging,
    ventilation, and gas detection for the confined space shall be conducted
    prior to entering the space.
     Ensure all workers are competent and qualified for their assigned
     The number of people entering the confined space shall be strictly
    controlled. All persons must wear suitable PPE.
     When workers are inside the confined space, at least one watchman shall
    be on standby at all times outside the confined space with emergency
    rescue equipment.
     PTW must be approved before entering the confined space.

    Excavation/ Shaft operation

  •  A safety plan shall be prepared for excavating operations such as
    excavating, tunneling, drilling, pilling and blasting in the work area.
     All underground pipes, cables, and other hazards must be verified,
    marked, and isolated if needed before excavation operation.
     Whenever depth of shaft is over 2 meters, work shall follow the
    confined space entry procedure in addition to excavation precautions.
     Take measures to control landslide and prevent collapse by systemic
    supporting, releasing slope and footstep.
     Barricade and clear safety caution signs shall be installed around the
    excavating operation.
     PTW (Permit to Work) must be approved before excavating/shaft
  • Lifting operation

  •  Lifting risk assessment shall be prepared before all lifting operations. A
    work plan shall be prepared for all heavy lifting operations.
     Wire, slings and shackles shall be inspected by competent personnel
    before a lifting operation takes place.
     Lifting devices and equipment shall be validated by inspection
    certification by a qualified third party. The safety device of the lifting
    equipment shall be inspected before a lifting operation and determined
    to be functioning properly.
     A load shall not overload the SWL (Safe Working Load) of the lifting
    equipment in either the dynamic and/or static condition.
     A designated safety caution area shall be established around a lifting
    operation; no one shall be under the lifting load or lifting boom at any
     All workers who are involved in a lifting operation shall be trained and
    certified (licensed) for such work.
  • Working at Heights

  •  Working at heights over 2 meters with a fall hazard, fall protection equipment
    must be used
     Qualified full body harness and other fall protection devices shall be provided
    to all workers working at heights
     Designate and ensure a standby person is in place when working at heights
     Workers must be competent for their assigned positions. People with height
    restrictions shall not work at heights
     Simultaneous operations for working at heights in vertical directions shall not
    be carried out unless segregation measures have been taken properly in
    working area.
     Working at heights is prohibited in the case of bad weather conditions
  • Hazardous/Explosive materials handling

  •  Clear safety caution signs must be posted in the working area where the
    hazardous material are used
     Safety equipment and measures, such as ventilation, fire prevention,
    explosion prevention, toxic prevention, monitoring alarm, lowering of
    temperature, moisture prevention, lightning-protection, electrostatic
    prevention and isolation shall be implemented according to the properties of
    the hazardous materials during production, storage and operation.
     Prevention measures shall be taken to avoid leaking, colliding, dragging and
    dumping of the hazardous materials during transportation , loading and
     Operators must be trained and mastered in the skill of using suitable PPE
  • Land Transportation

  •  Regular vehicle testing and checking before driving to ensure a
    vehicle is in good working condition
     Drivers must be trained and must hold appropriate driving licence to
    operate a vehicle
     Vehicle occupant limit enforced, never driving with overload vehicle
    or drive a vehicle over the posted speed limit.
     Safety belt shall be used in all vehicles both the drivers and any other
     Mobile phone or inter communication telephone shall not be used
    during the driving of a vehicle
  • Simultaneous operation

  •  In addition to any safety requirements related to special
    operations, the relevant parties shall be notified of any
    potential impact caused by a simultaneous operation
     Relevant parties shall conduct an overall safety assessment
    related to the interaction of simultaneous operations and shall
    take all recommended effective control measures.
     A coordinator shall be appointed and shall maintain adequate
    communication during the whole operation.
     Relevant parties shall develop a coordinated emergency plan
    before simultaneous operation
     Where and when possible, avoid simultaneous operation.
    Approved by the Board of Directors this…….. day of …….. 2018
    Secretary Director