Sukanya PhongphenHR Analyst
AutoAlliance (Thailand) (AAT) and Mazda Sales (Thailand) (MST) execute various social contribution activities in Thailand.
AAT is supporting activities related to human resources, and the safety and health policy of AAT, with the aim of promoting safety and health awareness in its employees and communicating its visions to local community. MST is fulfilling its responsibilities as a good corporate citizen.
To promote safety and health awareness in employees and to communicate visions to local community
The Occupational Health and Safety Committee in AAT cooperates with AAT's Hope Club to promote the "Safety at School Project". It also supports the community for HIV/AIDS at House of Grace Child Foundation, Chanthaburi, which is the workhouse for taking care of children affected by HIV/AIDS.
- Donation of money, stationary supplies, and sport equipment
- Lunch program to support healthy life
- School education program though a safety mini-walk rally (safety, health, environment, team building, etc.)
To support development of students in Thailand.
AAT has been highly recognized for its education initiatives since 1998, with an ongoing "internship program" for around 20 undergraduate students from each university during the March-May period of each year. This allows the students an opportunity to observe how AAT's production process operates. AAT collaborates with many universities to provide on-the-job training, in line with the academic programs under Ministry of Education regulations. AAT is a company that helps produce highly qualified graduates who are able to contribute to the development of Thailand.
During March-May 2011, AAT provided an opportunity for 36 students from universities to join its internship program where they get more knowledge and experience from real working.
To support recovery and relief efforts in Thailand
MST and Mazda responded to needs of the areas affected by the devastating flood in Thailand. They donated money to the relief efforts.