“If enterprises fail to eliminate the accidents, the accidents will destroy the enterprise, as the people's life safety trumps everything.” Jungar Banner follows the principle of “unremitting and persistence attention to work safety”, assigns duties layer by layer, strictly establishes long-acting mechanism for work safety, fulfills work safety responsibility system, and carries out safety inspection normalized. Jungar Banner builds a center with a platform as support, six parts as cornerstones and four functions as goals. The “platform” specifically refers to work safety information monitoring; “six parts” refer to work safety monitoring system, large screen display system, video conferencing system, video telephone system, dedicated safety network and hardware environment construction; “four functions” stand for on-line monitoring and early warning disposal, big data dynamic storage analysis, emergency management and command and remote video meeting. Through DLP large screen, video surveillance for key devices and key parts, multi-screen display for alarm information, oversight of equipment and facility operation status and other methods, the key equipment and key parts of eight key dangerous chemicals manufacturing enterprises are subjected to real-time synchronized video surveillance and toxic combustible gas on-line monitoring. As a result, timely instructions are issued and enterprise feedbacks are collected. At present, there are a total of 1,133 toxic and harmful gas alarm monitoring points for key devices and key parts in enterprises, 25 major hazard sources and 17 major hazard source video surveillance areas (a total of 208 points) in Jungar Banner. Real-time monitoring is carried out for toxic and harmful gas (methane, carbon monoxide), temperature and wind speed of 33 coal chemical enterprises in operation. Positioning of personnel in underground coal mines, follow-up statistics of personnel coming and going out of coal mines and dynamic monitoring of roof pressure have been launched. At this time, there are a total of 1,050 underground toxic and harmful gas alarm monitoring points and 140 key risk source video surveillance points.