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  • Taipei ramps up inspections amid daycare abuse scandal

    Taipei is tackling child safety in daycare centers following allegations against a former principal and staff. Mayor Chiang Wan-an announces increased inspections and legal reforms.
    2024/07/15 14:14
  • Premier Cho announces Cabinet tour for project inspections

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    2024/07/11 17:47
  • United Highway Bus Co. fined NT$850K for labor law breaches

    Discover how New Taipei City’s Labor Affairs Department is cracking down on labor law violations, with United Highway Bus Co. facing a NT$850,000 fine for excessive overtime. Learn about the challenges and industry-wide inspections.
    2024/06/26 15:55
  • Taoyuan blackouts not caused by power shortage: Premier

    Premier Chen Chien-jen addresses the recent power outages in Taoyuan, Taiwan, clarifying they are not due to power shortages but external factors, equipment issues, and natural disasters. Over 100 staff from Taiwan Power Company are deployed for inspections and maintenance to mitigate future incidents.
    2024/05/08 15:54
  • Fatal falls lead occupational hazards in Taiwan in 2023

    Discover how Taiwan’s Ministry of Labor is addressing the alarming rise in occupational fatalities, particularly in the construction industry, with plans to enforce stricter safety regulations and increase inspections.
    2024/05/07 17:52
  • Central Cross-Island Highway reopens to heavy trucks

    The Central Cross-Island Highway in Hualien, damaged by the recent earthquake, will reopen to heavy trucks under 17 tons at the 19.7-km mark on April 15 after initial repairs by the Highway Bureau’s Guguan section, with load inspections and reinforcement construction planned to ensure road safety.
    2024/04/15 14:52
  • Taipei City Hall cafeteria fined due to food safety breaches

    A staff cafeteria in the basement of Taipei City Hall, named Fu-Yan, was fined over NT$2 million for food safety violations, including the use of expired ingredients. The contract was terminated, and the premises must be returned. Surprise inspections led to increased scrutiny, with plans for daily checks and expanded inspection areas. Temporary food options will be provided through food trucks, and assistance will be offered to affected employees. The public is urged to report any health issues after dining at the cafeteria.
    2024/04/12 15:23
  • Air gun attack reported shatters peace at MODA building

    The Ministry of Digital Affairs in Taipei was reportedly shot at, leading to a police investigation. The incident occurred following controversy over overseas inspections and spending, with MODA defending its budget allocation practices.
    2024/03/28 11:15
  • Taiwan tightens safety measures in aluminum industry

    Taiwan’s Minister of Labor, Hsu Ming-chuin, declares the aluminum industry as high-risk following a fatal explosion in Kaohsiung City. Legislative discussions focus on enhancing safety measures and implementing specialized labor inspections in related factories. The Ministry of Labor reports on the number of businesses in the industry and emphasizes the need for strict enforcement of regulations to prevent occupational accidents.
    2024/03/25 15:17
  • Taiwan premier apologizes for Sudan Red dye scandal

    Premier Chen Chien-jen issues a public apology on behalf of the FDA over Sudan Red dye in chili powder. Efforts to address the issue ongoing. Chen pledges to rectify the problem and improve sampling inspection methods.
    2024/03/15 18:19
  • Taiwan to set up food safety fund: Premier Chen

    Premier Chen Chien-jen announces plans for a "Food Safety Integration Conference" and a "Food Safety Protection Fund" following a food safety event involving Sudan Red chili powder. He emphasizes the need for a comprehensive review of current systems, including border inspections, post-market auditing, autonomous management reporting, and track and trace systems to ensure food safety. The government has implemented 100% inspection on imported dry chili and chili powder and calls for strengthened post-market management by food industries. Premier Chen highlights the collaboration between government, industry, and public to enhance food safety management efficiency.
    2024/03/14 15:58
  • Taiwan premier pledges rapid response to chili powder crisis

    Premier Chen Chien-jen vows to expedite chili powder investigation in Taiwan amid food safety crisis due to banned Sudan Red coloring. Chen pledges all chili powder batches to be tested by end of March. Systemic issue addressed with rigorous inspections and improved control procedures for public health safety.
    2024/03/08 18:23
  • Taiwan MOHW tackles chili powder contamination crisis

    Taiwan’s Health Minister, Hsueh Jui-yuan, addresses the Sudan III contamination in chili powder, highlighting the careful response needed to ensure food safety. Hsueh rules out a blanket ban on imported chili powder due to its importance in local cuisine, opting for increased inspections instead. Several local governments, including New Taipei City and Taipei, have halted the use of chili powder in school meals as a precaution.
    2024/03/07 12:05
  • Taoyuan Airport completes runway fix ahead of schedule

    Taoyuan International Airport completes southern runway maintenance ahead of schedule, allowing both airport runways to resume operations. President Fan Hsiao-lun emphasizes continued monitoring and focus on inspections. First flight post-maintenance was EVA Air’s BR18 to San Francisco. Passengers relieved as airport resumes double runway operations, confident in travel plans.
    2024/03/05 10:49
  • Concerns remain as residents return to tilted buildings

    Residents of tilted buildings in Sanchong, New Taipei, were allowed to return home after safety inspections. Concerns linger despite assurances. Compensation offered. City to discuss residents’ rights.
    2024/02/29 16:44
  • Compensation meeting for Sanchong locals announced

    Residents in Sanchong District, New Taipei City, are allowed to return home following safety assessments by civil engineers. Mayor Hou Yu-ih ensures compensation for affected residents after evacuation due to construction site damage.
    2024/02/29 14:24
  • Taiwan OAC: boats can evade Chinese maritime inspections

    Minister of Ocean Affairs Council, Kuan Bi-ling, addresses Taiwanese vessels’ response to mainland Chinese coast guard inspections. The incident involving a Kinmen tourist boat prompts calls for caution and avoidance of interactions with China’s maritime authorities. Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications and Ministry of National Defense emphasize adherence to international customs and a policy of non-intervention. Premier Chen Chien-jen urges rational cooperation for maritime security.
    2024/02/20 17:08
  • Taiwan clears domestic pork of Cimbuterol contamination

    Taiwan’s Executive Yuan has announced that no detection of Cimbuterol, a feed additive used to promote leanness in animals, has been found in domestically-produced pork. This preliminary result dismisses concerns about the domestic pork supply being tainted with the substance. In the past, Taiwan Sugar Corporation’s pork slices were found to contain Cimbuterol, causing public concern. The Ministry of Agriculture has inspected 633 pre-market samples, and the Ministry of Health and Welfare has tested 73 post-market samples, with only one sample in Taichung city detecting Cimbuterol. The Health Ministry will strengthen random inspections for ractopamine in pork products and increase the number of annual inspections. The government will also enhance scrutiny of Cimbuterol imports and establish an expert group to assess the risk source at each link. The administration remains committed to ensuring the sanitary safety of pork products and monitoring related residues in various channels. Relevant authorities are dedicated to meeting Taiwan’s veterinary drug residue limits in foods.
    2024/02/15 14:41
  • Hsinchu camp welcomes recruits under extended service plan

    The first batch of recruits in Taiwan reported to Hsinchu County’s Litoushan Camp in Xinpu Township on Thursday (Jan. 25). The 206 Brigade’s Battalion 4 received 304 new recruits from the northern region, who will undergo an eight-week training program. The military restored its previous one-year conscription in line with the "Strengthening National Defense Force Structure Adjustment Plan." The training curriculum is divided into four stages, focusing on core values, fitness, rifle shooting, combat coaching, and weapon handling. All new soldiers underwent health screening and inspections upon arrival, including drug-sniffer dogs. Additionally, the recruits had their heads shaved after receiving their uniforms.
    2024/01/25 16:41
  • Taiwan detects pesticide in Japanese strawberry imports

    A shipment of strawberries from Saitama, Japan has been found to have excessive pesticide residue, according to Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The imported strawberries, weighing a total of 3.5 kilograms, exceeded permitted pesticide levels. Deputy Director of the FDA, Lin Chin-fu, stated that all imported Japanese strawberries undergo 100% customs inspection. From July 15, 2023 to January 15, 2024, 2.3 metric tons of Japanese strawberries were discovered to contain pesticide residue. Out of 325 batches inspected, 14 failed the inspection, resulting in a failure rate of 4.31%. Since June 1, 2023, all shipments of strawberries from Japan to Taiwan have been subjected to batch-by-batch inspections. Japanese manufacturers failing inspections will face a one-month import suspension.
    2024/01/23 14:59
  • NEU calls on Taiwan’s MOE to remedy school safety measures

    The National Federation of Education Unions (NEU) has called on Taiwan’s Ministry of Education (MOE) to take full responsibility for incidents like the recent student stabbing in New Taipei City. The NEU insists on changes to improve the current situation and prevent students from bringing prohibited items to school. The NEU believes that amendments made by the MOE have unfairly disempowered teachers, as many schools struggle to address students who bring banned items due to fear of backlash or being accused of bullying. NEU President Lin Shuo-chieh pointed out that teachers are hesitant to correct and punish behavior out of fear of being accused of "targeting" students or being reported for bullying. In 2022, the MOE amended regulations on the management of dangerous items carried by students. According to Article 28, unless explicitly stated by law or sufficient evidence suggests the student is involved in criminal activity or carries banned items, their bodies and belongings are not to be searched. Article 29 states that for high school inspections, two or more representatives of parents, student council members, or teachers must be present to examine students’ belongings or spaces. Lin claimed that the MOE’s rules are difficult for grassroots teachers to implement and can easily be twisted into accusations of bullying. He urged the MOE and local education departments to redefine regulations for handling protected students in order to prevent further deterioration of campus safety and safeguard the rights of other students.
    2023/12/27 16:34
  • Kaohsiung light rail transit to begin trial operations

    The Kaohsiung Circular Light Rail Transit has received permission to operate from the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) and will begin trial operations from January 1 to February 25, 2024. The C24 to C32 sections of the light rail have completed inspections and necessary adjustments, allowing for formal operations. Kaohsiung Deputy Mayor Lin Chin-rong expressed gratitude towards the MOTC and the city government team for their efforts in enabling the last sections to commence operations before year-end. With the launch of the C24 to C32 segments, the circular light rail will have 38 stations and stretch for 22.1 kilometers. To encourage citizens to use this new transportation route, the Mass Rapid Transit bureau will offer "Free Rides on all Light Rail Segments" from New Year’s Day until February 25, 2024.
    2023/12/27 13:22
  • Taiwan initiates carbon credit trading for zero-carbon goals

    The Taiwan Carbon Solution Exchange (TCX) has launched international carbon credits trading, marking the start of a zero-carbon era. The Ministry of Environment (MOEV) is committed to achieving the net-zero goal and plans to implement carbon fees on businesses by 2024. Around 1,700 publicly traded companies in Taiwan will undergo carbon inspections within seven years, with those emitting 25,000 metric tons annually being the first to be taxed. However, the voluntary review report by the Climate Change Administration (CCA) revealed that three major greenhouse gas emission reduction goals were not met between 2020 and 2022, largely due to labor constraints. To accelerate progress, the CCA has doubled the number of inspection agencies from seven to 14 in the past two years.
    2023/12/26 21:50
  • FDA increases inspection on Japan-imported strawberries

    Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has identified two batches of Japanese strawberries as non-compliant due to pesticide residue issues. The strawberries, imported from Fukuoka and Tochigi, failed to pass border inspections and will now undergo 100 percent batch inspection. Out of the 1,084 batches of Japanese strawberries inspected this year, 19 were found to be non-compliant, accounting for a rate of 1.75 percent. The FDA will continue to conduct thorough inspections until April 30, 2024, to ensure compliance with pesticide residue regulations.
    2023/12/26 19:48
  • Military Police process 415 drug cases, arrest 27 in 2023

    The Military Police Command (MP) in Taipei processed 415 drug cases in 2023, resulting in the apprehension of 27 suspects and the seizure of 50.2 kilograms of drugs. The MP, in close collaboration with law enforcement agencies, carried out specialized drug interdiction operations as part of the government’s anti-drug strategy. Unannounced inspections by military police teams, accompanied by drug-sniffing dogs, led to the confiscation of over 50 kilograms of narcotics. More than 400 individuals were referred to judicial authorities for prosecution. The MP serves as judicial police officers and plays an integral role in the anti-drug task force, with a commitment to combat drug trafficking. The MP’s Forensic Science Center supports these efforts by analyzing controlled substances and urine samples collected during operations. These measures aim to protect the living environment and security of the nation’s people.
    2023/12/20 14:46
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