Ajinomoto’s Pathum Thani Factory receives "The 2022 Excellence Award for Safety

Ajinomoto’s Pathum Thani Factory receives "The 2022 Excellence Award for Safety

Occupational Health, and Work Environment: National Level" for 7th consecutive year

Ajinomoto Co., (Thailand) Ltd., Pathum Thani Factory, has been awarded "the 2022 Excellent Award for Safety, Occupational Health, and Work Environment: National Level (Diamond level)". The company’s health and safety mission is led by Mr. Patanapong Thongtanee (leftmost), Safety and Environment Department Manager, who received the certificate from Mr. Ekawit Meepian (rightmost), Pathum Thani's Provincial Deputy Governor, at Thanyaburi School, Pathum Thani Province.

The awards are initiated by the Department of Labour Protection and Welfare of Thailand’s Ministry of Labour. Ajinomoto received the award for the seventh consecutive year. The award testifies to the fact that the company operates its business while managing its safety, occupational health, and work environment in accordance with the law and international standards. It indicates that the company meets international criteria with outstanding improvement of workers' quality of life and raises awareness of social responsibility for labour across all dimensions. The company places great importance and focuses on every business establishment to strictly adhere to the highest safety standards at all times.

Ajinomoto Co., (Thailand) Ltd. aims to become "the most reliable food company in Thailand" by giving importance to labor management with the principles of good governance. It also promotes the potential of employees to be efficient and capable of making necessary adjustments to shifting labor market conditions, along with working to improve health and quality of life under "The Ajinomoto Group Creating Shared Value: ASV" policy that the company adheres to at all times. 

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