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Healthy Workplace

Health Promotion

Unimicron established the "Health Management Center" in 2014 in Taiwan, with the concept that prevention is more important than treatment, includes employee health examination, health education, health consultation and evaluation, health promotion questionnaire survey, improvement of the workplace, and evaluation of return to work/assignment after injury/illness. Through various health promotion activities and services, we implement Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) since 2021, which care for the physical and mental health of each employee and create a friendly workplace where safe and happy work is done. In 2022, we have 18 full-time nurses and it has provided a total of 108,967 services, taking full care of employees' health issues in the workplace and non-workplaces, and protecting their physical and mental health. In addition, we awarded the "2022 National Award for Healthy Workplace - Maternal Health-Friendly Award".

Item 2019 2020 2021 2022
Physicians (People) 5 7 7 7
Registered Nurse (People) 17 19 21 18
Service Sessions (Session) 348 330 422 394
Service Hours (Hours) 1,044 990 1,266 1,185

2022 Performance of Health Management Center

Type Taiwan Mainland China
Special Protection
  • 235 employees of maternal health care assessment
  • 13,616 employees of ergonomic hazard prevention and control management
  • 13,702 employees of overwork self-test evaluation
  • 4% person who overworks are at high risk
  • There are 0.43% of persons with ten-year cardiovascular disease prevention management
  • A total of 215 person-times for the three hyper screening consultation
  • 16,153 employees managed by COVID-19 prevention and control APP
  • 176 employees of maternal health care assessment
  • 323 employees of ergonomic hazard prevention and control management
  • 2,114 employees participated in overwork prevention health promotion activities
  • A total of 821 person-times for the three hyper screening consultation
  • 2,451 employees of cardiovascular disease prevention
  • 11,816 employees of employees who joined coronavirus (COVID-19) prevention activity
  • 1,193 employee care and self-protection
Health Care
  • 182 supervisors completed the supervisor health checkup
  • 223 employees who participated in the four-cancer prevention and control screening
  • 713 people who received free Ultrasound scan
  • 1,372 people who join Ophthalmoscopy for free
  • 4,697 people who received work assignments, resume work, and health consultation
  • 156 employees who had been concerned for special operation
  • 11,579 employees (100%) who completed regular health examination
  • 1,657 employees who were vaccinated against the flu
  • 2,617 COVID-19 vaccination
  • 345 supervisors had completed the supervisor health examination
  • 2,000 people participate in the cancer prevention
  • 4,191 employees who joined employee-friendly workplace activity
  • 301 employees who received health consultant service
  • 6,728 employees who completed regular health examination
  • 6,616 visits to health stations
  • 3,319 occupational health examinations
  • 485 free clinic
  • 1,706 medical examinations for women of childbearing age
Health Promotion
  • 437 of using onsite massage service
  • 35,667 participants in health knowledge promotion
  • 4,083 employees who completed the online health course
  • 499 participants in the health/mental lecture
  • 50 employees who used the Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • 1,114 employees who donated blood
  • 7,416 employees who joined health promotion activities
  • 171 participants in health knowledge promotion
  • 240 participants in the health/mental lecture
  • 691 employees who donated blood

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

In 2021, Unimicron implemented the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and collaborated with Lifeline to provide employees with psychological, medical and financial planning services to show our employees that we care, to improve their physical and mental health, and to help them resolve issues that may affect their work performance. Each employee is entitled to two free-of-charge, one-on-one professional counseling sessions per year, and the Health Management Center will provide assistance for cases with special needs or in case of extraordinary events. In addition, appropriate training courses and seminars are held for different groups to take care of the physical and mental health of employees.

Proactive prevention and care:

Sensitivity training and EAP service-related education training for the Health Management Center, the Human Resources Division and lower-level managers.

Sensitivity training courses for corporate staff and supervisors:

Enhancing the communication skills of front-line content persons (e.g., nursing staff, employee relations managers/lower-level managers) to help in the assessment or immediate management of employee health problems.

Mental health seminars for employees:

Providing mental health courses on various topics such as marriage management and communication, interpersonal/workplace communication and self-growth, focusing on issues that can affect employees’ work, life, and family.

Through the EAP online briefing and the distribution of the Chinese and English versions of cards promoting EAP services to employees, a total of 157 people used EAP services by the end of 2022 since its launch in August 2021. In the future, Unimicron will continue to care for the physical and mental health of employees through this program.

Five-Heart Level Maternal Health Protection Management

In addition to promoting the maternal health protection program in accordance with the "Regulations Governing the Implementation of Protection of Maternal Health of Female Laborers," Unimicron has also established a pregnancy notification platform for pregnant employees, with online notification by unit supervisors, and the Health Management Center will immediately activate the five-heart level maternal health protection management mechanism, implementing comprehensive maternal protection measures. In 2022, Unimicron provided 208 person-times of pregnancy care.

Pregnancy notification

The unit supervisor or the person herself will report online, the Human Resources Division will confirm the shift, and the staff nurse will provide pregnancy care, a guardian station handbook for the new mother, a pregnancy armband (for quick identification to avoid danger) and a pregnancy goodie bag.

On-site visit

Arrange for occupational physicians to conduct health consultation, hazard identification and assessment, visit work sites, and confirm risk levels.

Peace of mind
Implementation management

Implement management measures according to the risk classification, provide preventive and improvement measures. The third-level management employees will be visited by the occupational doctors on site, appropriate job placement is provided, and the occupational nurses will continue to follow up.

Pregnancy tracking

The Company provides continuous care and management measures during pregnancy, organizes pregnancy health education seminars, arranges exclusive parking spaces for cars and motorcycles, sets up special rest chairs for pregnant women at work sites, opens up elevator access for pregnant employees, and provides a flexible leave system for maternity leave, paternity leave and accompanying prenatal checkup leave.

Postpartum caring

The Company provides postpartum counseling, care and return to work assessment, breastfeeding guidance and breastfeeding manual. There are 10 comfortable and safe breastfeeding rooms throughout the Company; we provide psychological stress relief (EAP counseling/stress relief seminars/massage services), seminars on diversified issues (parenting education/ and parenthood classes), four-cancer screening and HPV vaccination activities.

National Award for Healthy Workplace - Maternal Health-Friendly Award
Lactation Room
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