PRII Achieves 10 Million Man-hours With No Lost-time Accidents



Philippine Resins Industries, Inc. (PRII) marked a significant milestone on May 23, 2024, commemorating 10,000,000 man-hours with no lost-time accidents, covering the period from October 3, 2015, to May 16, 2024. This remarkable achievement underscores PRII's steadfast commitment to safety and to fostering a secure work environment. The modest yet meaningful ceremony was attended by distinguished guests, including representatives from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and visitors from Tosoh Corporation. PRII President Yohei Chikamoto delivered an inspiring speech, highlighting the continued importance of prioritizing safety among all employees. The celebration concluded on a positive note with a shared lunch among the attendees, symbolizing the collective effort and camaraderie that contributed to PRII’s safety milestone.

Photos: (Row 1 from left) Ms. Leilani Reynoso, Chief Officer of Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) - Bataan; PRII executives with guests from Tosoh Corporation; (Row 2 from left) Marlene Arcenas, PRII manager for Quality, Safety, Health and Environment; PRII president Yohei Chikamoto with PRII technical director Takashi Yamanaka in the background; (below) PRII employees and guests



Philippine Resins Industries, Inc. (PRII), was established in May 1994. The company is 20% owned by Mitsubishi Corporation and 80% owned by Tosoh Corporation and is engaged in polyvinyl chloride (PVC) production and sales. PRII’s head office is in Makati City, the Philippines.