ThaiBev is committed to raising standards related to safety, occupational health, and the work environment for its employees throughout ThaiBev Group. It aims to ensure that all departments operate in accordance with strict safety, occupational health, and work environment standards, both domestically and internationally.

  • Audit the safety standards of companies of theThaiBev Group.
  • New data collection and reporting system to collect safety and occupational health data in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards.
  • Safety training for employees
  • Setup an internal safety data audit team for each product group. Knowledge and workshops were provided to ensure that safety information was reported accurately and in accordance with international standards. Safety information was verified by third-party assurance

Occupational Health
  • Care
    employees’ health and hygiene
  • Prevention
    prevention of diseases and illness for employees
  • Treatment
    supports for employees’ additional outpatient medical expenses (OPD)
  • Checkups
    arranges for annual checkups to all employees
  • Education
    provides educational materials about healthcare and common diseases for employees and their family members

Working Environment
  • Convenience and appropriate co-working space at ThaiBev Quarter
  • Ergonomic workspace by providing tools and work equipment that are suitable and ergonomic. ThaiBev analyzes working processes to make sure they are suitable for the capability of each employee group

Employee Wellbeing
  • Establish working groups to promote the health and wellbeing of employees
  • Increase employee benefits beyond those required by law
  • Provide employment opportunities for 496 people with disabilities in 36 subsidiaries under the ThaiBev group
  • Caring for senior employees by providing opportunities to continue working after retirement
Environmental Monitoring in Workplace

Light Intensity
Once a year using LUX meter following
CIE 1931 standard.

Noise Level
Once a year using noise dosimeter and sound EN61252 and IEC 60651 standard.

Relative Humidity & Temperature
Once a year using area heat stress monitor following
ISO 7243 standard.

Compliant with: “Ministerial Regulation on The Prescribing of Standard for Administration and Management of Occupational Safety, Health and Environment in Relation to Heat, Light and Noise B.E. 2549 (2006)”
Air Quality Monitoring in Workplace

Total Dustand Respirable dust
are measured in the workplace
once a year by using air sampling pump to comply with the following measurement standard: IEC801-2

Carbon Dioxide
is measured in workplace
twice a year by using air sampling pump to comply with the following measurement standard: Dry analysis method

Carbon Monoxide
is measured in workplace
twice a year by using air sampling pump to comply with the following measurement standard: Dry analysis method

Sodium Hydroxide
is measured in workplace
twice a year by using titration method (NIOSH 7401) Measurement standard:
Dust, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, and Sodium Hydroxide limits are compliant with: “Notification of the Ministry of Interior on working safety in respect to environmental condition (chemicals), 1977”

is measured in the workplace
twice a year by using air sampling pump to comply with the following measurement standard: Dry analysis method

Compliant with: “OSHA 1910.1000 table Z-1”

Ergonomic Function

“ThaiBev ensures all office furniture is of highest quality and ergonomic function, such as specialist chairs, desks, lighting, etc. reducing the likelihood of back and posture related injuries for our employees. For example, the chairs have been tested and comply with ANSI/BIFMA X5.1-2011.”
ThaiBev’s Club
There are 10 Activity Clubs with more than 3,700 employee members group-wide.

Off Road Club

Healthy Club

Photography Club

Golf Club

Football Club

Bowling Club

Tennis Club

Badminton Club

Bicycle Club

Table Tennis Club
Stress-management for Employees
ThaiBev has been actively sharing knowledge and techniques manage stress to all of our employees. Buddhist philosophy is prioritized because of its key principles on the effectiveness of a conscious, mindful individual, and of recognizing their own state of mind. These principles help employees cope when they become stressful, as they can recognize symptoms of stress earlier on, and know how to address them.
Health Seminars
Health seminars and workshops are a highly effective way of raising awareness and educating employees on critical health issues. In addition, Employees will be educated, motivated and ready to make positive wellness changes.
Employee Medical Check-up
Annual Employee medical check-up is provided for every employee plus influenza vaccine, breast cancer detection (mammogram) for female employee and prostate cancer detection for male. Medical check-up report will compare current results with the previous year record so employee can monitor the development of their health.
Farewell for Retired Employees
ThaiBev cares for its staff from their very first day of work until the very last and has prepared a retiree community for all its employees close to retirement to partake in happily, and to create a foundation for relationships between current employees and retirees. Once an employee reaches retiring age, ThaiBev sees the importance of their accumulated knowledge, skills and abilities, and may consider some who are still fit and desire to work, on a year-by-year basis. The remaining retirees are given pensions that amount to no less than that outlined by the government.
Fitness Rooms and Activities
ThaiBev invests in its sport clubs and activities, providing regular opportunities for employees to participate in a fitness program. As well as various recreational and sports facilities across the country.

In 2019, ThaiBev introduced the new Wellbeing Facilities including Fitness Room, Leisure and Karaoke Room, and Outdoor Multipurpose Court (basketball, futsal, etc) at the new ThaiBev Quarter.
Maternity/Paternity Leave
Paid paternity leave in excess of legally required minimum

Our female employees may take maternity leave up to 100 days (10 days in excess of legal requirement of paid maternity leave). In case of necessity, they may request leave for an additional 30 days.

We also provide gift baskets to our employees to express our care and congratulate them on their motherhood.

We allow our male employees to take business leave for the sake of paternity up to 6 days.

We provide spaces or playground at factories for employee’s children while they accompanied their parents to work. In addition, we provide classes and recreational activities for employee’s children during school vacation period as well as continuously support children’s education through various scholarships.
Flexible working hours

Virtual working stations have been setup for certain department and hence, allowing ThaiBev employees to finish their work without having to be present in the office. Flexible working hours are optional for on-field employees such as sales representatives, whose performance is result-oriented, in order to facilitate effective time-management. For the remaining staffs, flexible working hours are supported through the time management system as long as they obtained the endorsement from their supervisors.
Working from Home Arrangement

ThaiBev promotes the concept of flexible working place, including working from Home. To promote agility and cross-business collaboration, ThaiBev setup convenient virtual working station in multiple location for employee.

During situation of high concentration of PM2.5 in Thailand, in order to protect employee health and safety, ThaiBev have announced policy to allow high-risk group such as employees with pre-existing conditions (allergy, respiratory issues, etc) and pregnancy to work from home in order to avoid the ill-health affect from PM2.5.

ThaiBev have also arranged suitable working from home arrangement with disabled employees who faces difficulties in traveling to work on a daily basis to promotes convenience and effectiveness.