IHI Corporation, based in Tokyo Japan, is a heavy industrial manufacturing and services company. IHI is active in a number of industries including aerospace, ship building, power generation, automotive, and transportation infrastructure.
IHI was founded in the mid-1800s and has a history of developing new industrial technologies and managing projects throughout the world. IHI is committed to supporting projects and investments.
IHI has a presence in over 20 countries and has plans for additional development in support of global economic expansion.
IHI Power Generation Corp.
In August 2012, IHI purchased Exelon Corporation’s ownership interest in 5 California power plants. These plants represent the first investment in renewable energy in the U.S. for IHI and are an important step in supporting the overall corporate strategy of investments in renewable energy in the Americas.
IHI Power Services Corp.
IHI Power Services Corp. (IPSC) was specifically formed to provide operations, maintenance, management, and power plant support services to the US power generation industry. The IPSC team of energy professionals delivers “Value Added” service though years of hands-on experience in the power generation industry. By using proven programs, industry “Best Practices” and our core “Beliefs and Values”, IPSC provides world-class service to each facility and project we manage.
Health & Safety
At IHI Power Services Corp. our top priority is the health and safety of our employees, customers and others who work at our sites. We recognize that a safe workplace is the foundation for delivering exceptional business results in a process environment that presents inherent occupational risks.
We believe that all accidents are preventable and we foster a culture where employees are empowered to analyze risks and take all appropriate measures to mitigate unsafe conditions. With safety at the core of our business we continue to push for improvement in our safety performance though operational excellence, behavior based safety observations, job safety analysis, health and safety training and site safety audits.At IHI Power Services Corp., we are equally committed to the health of our employees at work and at home. We continuously monitor risk at our plants. We emphasize employee wellness though on-site exercise programs and wellness screenings. Our wellness programs not only extend to our employees, but also their families.
Within IHI Power Service Corp., we are committed to providing a safe and healthy working environment for all employees, consultants, and customers. Operating safely, with constant focus on accident prevention and occupation health processes is the only way we manage our business. Every employee is expected to be committed to their safety and the safety of their coworkers. This total commitment is a key component of our health and safety culture that is embraced by leadership and is part of our personal accountability by all employees.
Next to health and safety, IHI Power Services Corp.'s top priority is environmental stewardship. Environmentally compliant plants is one of our fundamental corporate values for obtaining and maintaining exceptional business results in an ever changing regulatory arena. We are challenged daily to minimize our environmental footprint, reduce impacts to the surrounding environment, and save resources. We are committed to continuous improvement of our environmental management practices and environmental performance, while creating value for our customers.
We believe that all non-compliance events are preventable and we foster a culture where employees are empowered to analyze environmental risks and take appropriate measures to mitigate those risks. Additionally, we closely interact with the agencies and regulators to ensure compliance with all existing and proposed rules and regulations, in conjunction with optimizing and allowing operational flexibility at each of our power plants.
At IHI Power Services Corp., we have established an Environmental Management System (EMS). The EMS goes beyond typical compliance activities, it actually elevates our standards to the higher “environmental stewardship” status. The EMS consists of multiple elements including but not limited to: environmental metrics, business planning, training, recordkeeping, assessments, controls, emergency preparedness, and compliance assurance. We strongly believe this complete and thorough environmental program is our pathway to environmental excellence.
Total commitment is a key component of our environmental stewardship culture that is embraced by leadership, and is part of our personal accountability expected of all employees.