ICC is the first building in Hong Kong to receive the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations

ICC is the first building in Hong Kong to receive the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations

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The International Commerce Centre (ICC) under Sun Hung Kai Properties was awarded the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations certificate by the International WELL Building Institute
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Since the beginning of the pandemic, ICC has taken prudent, all-round disease prevention and control measures, including introducing a high-tech smart anti-pandemic robot
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ICC aims to provide a safe and hygienic workplace for tenants to work and interact

The International Commerce Centre (ICC), under Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP), was awarded the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations (WELL HSR) certificate by the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI). ICC is the first building in Hong Kong to earn the certificate, which shows that its health and safety measures have reached high international standards. 

According to Mr Lo King-wai, General Manager (Office Leasing) of Sun Hung Kai Real Estate Agency, ICC, a landmark building of the SHKP Group, houses renowned multinational corporations and key financial institutes. "The pandemic has changed the way that people work, but face-to-face human interaction is irreplaceable. Therefore, at ICC, we aim to provide a safe and hygienic workplace for tenants to work and interact without concern. Receiving the WELL HSR certificate proves the Group’s commitment and dedication to the pursuit of wellness." Mr Lo added that the Group would continue to maintain and enhance the environmental hygiene of its properties to safeguard the health and well-being of its tenants and customers. 

Managed by Kai Shing Management Services Limited, ICC has long maintained an international level of facility management. Since the beginning of the pandemic, ICC has taken prudent and all-round disease prevention and control measures, including introducing a high-tech smart anti-pandemic robot and touchless facilities. ICC has also continued to improve its operations, maintenance, and emergency response plans to combat the virus. To further strengthen the confidence of customers and the public in general, ICC proactively participated in the independent assessment of the WELL Health-Safety Rating. The efforts of the management team have helped ICC reach global standards in terms of Cleaning and Sanitization Procedures, Emergency Preparedness Programs, Health Service Resources, Air and Water Quality Management, Stakeholder Engagement and Communication, and Innovation. ICC is the first-ever building in Hong Kong to be awarded such a certificate. 

The WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations was launched by The International WELL Building Institute to verify the health and safety policies and measures of facility operations and management since the outbreak of COVID-19. More than 20 features are covered by the rating, at least 15 of which need to be met through sample verification. The main standards of the guidelines are derived from the WELL Building Standard and refer to the prevention guidelines for COVID-19 and respiratory diseases set by authoritative international organizations, including the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), other global disease control and prevention centres, and leading academic and research institutions.

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