Chongbang’s Health and Well-being Policy is an integral part of “Chongbang’s Sustainability Policy Framework”.
The purpose of Chongbang’s Health and Well-being Policy (hereinafter referred to as “Policy”) is to promote a key goal of Chongbang’s sustainability strategy: improving health and well-being of employees and stakeholders through the “Health, Harmony and Beauty” program.
In accordance with Chongbang’s sustainability mandate, this Policy applies to the implementation of the Health and Well-Being Action Plan for Chongbang’s internal employees and external stakeholders, including tenants, customers and communities within its service area.
The governance of the Health and Well-being Policy is integrated with the governance of “Chongbang’s Sustainability Policy Framework”.
3.1 Sustainability Executive Committee
The Sustainability Executive Committee (hereinafter referred to as “Executive Committee”) has overall responsibility for organizing and promoting “Chongbang’s Sustainability Policy Framework”, including the Health and Well-Being Action Plan. Members of the Executive Committee include the Group CEO and heads of departments.
3.2 Sustainability Implementation Committee
The Sustainability Implementation Committee (hereinafter referred to as “Implementation Committee”) has overall responsibility for implementing “Chongbang’s Sustainability Policy Framework”, including the Health and Well-being Action Plan. Members of the Implementation Committee include persons-in-charge designated by the Group CEO, General Managers of all projects, and the Implementation Task Force to coordinate detailed implementation.
The Executive Committee is responsible for formulating the Health and Well-being concept and mandate, and approving the Annual Health and Well-being Action Plan (hereinafter referred to as “Action Plan”) and Budget.
The Implementation Committee is responsible for formulating the Annual Action Plan and Budget based on the Group’s concept and mandate, and submitting the same to the Executive Committee for approval. It shall implement the Action Plan, prepare timely summary reports to the Executive Committee, and complete the requisite submissions to relevant certification institutions for annual certification.
As designated by the Group CEO, the Director of Human Resources Department shall be the Person-In-Charge of planning and implementing the Action Plan pertaining to internal employees; the Managing Director of Centers Under Operation shall be the Person-In-Charge of implementing the Action Plan pertaining to external stakeholders.
The General Manager of each project shall be responsible for implementing the Action Plan pertaining to internal employees and external stakeholders at the project, and shall appoint a project representative to the Implementation Task Force.
The heads of each department are responsible for organizing and implementing the Action Plan pertaining to internal employees and external stakeholders at the department.
4. Concept, Policy Principle, and Annual Plan
4.1 The Health and Well-Being Policy is a key part of Chongbang Group’s sustainability strategy, and is predicated on the core concept and policy principle of “Health, Harmony and Beauty”.
4.2 Annual Plan and Budget:
In accordance with the Group’s strategic mandate, relevant national laws and regulations, global best practices, state of the industry, market and the Group’s development, needs and feedback from internal employees and external stakeholders, and lessons learned from practical experience, the Implementation Committee shall formulate the Annual Action Plan and Budget;
- Annual Action Plan and Budget for the coming year;
- Summary of implementation and costs in the previous year;
- Problems encountered during implementation, rectification or improvement measures, etc.
If periodic reports are required for certification, the Implementation Committee shall be responsible for their preparation, submission and other related work.
5. Implementation of the Action Plan
5.1 Plan Revision
The Implementation Committee shall monitor and analyze the implementation of the Action Plan and its feedback semi-annually, and promptly propose adjustments, revisions, additions or deletions to ensure smooth and effective implementation of the Action Plan.
5.2 Implementation Record and Feedback
The parties responsible for the implementation of the Action Plan and the organization of associated events shall be responsible for their records.
- Regular inspection records pertaining to the implementation of the Action Plan.
- Text, picture or image records of the implementation process or results of associated events.
- The evaluation of the implementation effect of various standards, policies and events can be combined with data and results obtained from the aforementioned records, as well as from sample feedback, targeted interviews, suggestions and surveys of event participants.