In 2003, CDL established our corporate Environmental, Health
and Safety (EHS) Policy, which reflects our firm commitment towards a "Safe
and Green" culture.
The Policy sets the strategic direction for
all departments to take practical efforts to ensure effective EHS management so
as to create a "Green" culture, conserve resources and prevent
In line with our EHS Policy, we embarked on formalising our
Environmental Management Systems (EMS) to help set the framework for effective
implementation and sustainability. All CDL employees are committed to improving
on our environmental performance.
The EMS Organisation is chaired by
our Managing Director, Mr Kwek Leng Joo, and the appointed Management
Representative champions the establishment, implementation and maintenance of
the EMS and provides management guidance and corporate support across the
All Heads of Department within CDL have operational
responsibility for the corporate EMS and specifically, the Heads of Projects
Division and Property & Facilities Management Division for the maintenance
of their respective divisions’ EMS.
In 2008, CDL created a new
dedicated position of an EHS specialist. This new role is responsible for EHS
management and will include that of Management Representative in the long