The company’s best practices lie in employee safety and development. In 2018, CPC conducted 310 disaster relief drills, eight unannounced emergency response drills, and four large-scale emergency response drills. In addition to conducting regular monitoring of the operating environment and organizing various occupational health-related activities, CPC subscribes to the OHSAS 18001 system and is accredited by the Taiwan Occupational Safety and Health Management System (TOSHMS).
CPC is committed to delivering the highest standard in everything it produces.
From production, delivery, storage and sales, all its oil products pass through strict quality control procedures. Oil tanks in CPC are regularly cleaned, and oil samplings routinely tested, with the accuracy of gas stations’ flow meters checked by the National Inspection Department of the Ministry of Economic Affairs. In response to Taiwan’s ever more demanding environmental and quality of life standards, CPC refining and production facilities have undergone design and process upgrades to enable the supply of higher grade products such as desulfurized gasoline and diesel.
Over the years, CPC has been constantly seeking economic, environmental, and social success. Its 2018 revenue was NT$1.0358 trillion, 15 percent more than that of 2017, with a financial contribution amounting to NT$130.7 billion, and a before tax income of up to NT$42.2 billion.
In terms of community involvement, CPC has supported disadvantaged groups, participated in social-welfare activities, funded arts and cultural initiatives and sponsored elite athletes. Its public service role also includes putting in place environmental protection measures around its workplaces, supporting economic and social development in the neighborhoods around its industrial plants and exploration sites, encouraging ecological conservation (in particular, sparing no effort in regard to the eco-protection of areas surrounding its own sites), fostering local culture and promoting education on environmental issues.