The systematic application of all the steps of the HSE-MS and consideration of continuous improvement are the keys to the effectiveness of the HSE-MS. The structure of the HSE-MS is in line with:
- The recommendations and the best practices of the E&P industry,
- The International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (OGP),
- IS0 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standards.
All affiliates have an HSE-MS in place that is compliant with the ENGIE E&P International HSE Management System, addressing all aspects of that system
Our HSE Policy
The Management of ENGIE E&P International and its affiliates is committed to:
- Complying with HSE regulations and with ENGIE HSE requirements.
- Integrating HSE in decision-making and in the Management of all activities.
- Taking care of our people (employees, contractors, stakeholders) in all work related activity through risk identification, assessment and Management.
- Maintaining integrity of all our installations in order to prevent major accident and preserve the environment.
- Ensuring that safety takes precedence over production, cost and schedule.
- Being engaged with employees and contractors to manage operations safely.
- Continuously monitoring and improving our HSE performance and culture.
- Communicating our HSE Policy and HSE performance to all of our stakeholders.
ENGIE E&P International Management shall demonstrate HSE leadership and provide adequate resources to ensure the highest level of HSE culture and competence in our organisation. All personnel working on behalf of ENGIE E&P International shall comply with this policy and be proactive in safeguarding HSE for him or herself, and for others.
HSE Policy implementation
- The HSE Policy describes how ENGIE E&P International Managers intend to achieve the HSE Vision, including some medium term objectives.
- The HSE Policy is identical for all affiliates.
- The HSE Policy is translated into the local language. Both the English and the local language versions shall be posted where appropriate in the affiliate. The HSE Policy shall be communicated to all employees.
ENGIE E&P International’s Line Management is responsible and accountable for the application of the HSE Policy at all levels of the organisation
ENGIE E&P International’s HSE Principles are golden rules that facilitate the implementation of our HSE Policy for all activities carried out under the subsidiary’s leadership. HSE Principles guide Line Management, helping them to pursue activities and operations with appropriate consideration of HSE issues, together with strategic and economic constraints.
HSE is about ensuring:
- Prevention of injuries and occupational health issues impacting people.
- Management of the technical integrity of installations.
- Protection of the environment against the possible negative outcome of our activities.
- Security of our people, installations and patrimonial information.
General HSE Policy statements:
- We are committed to prevent any incident within our operations.
- HSE is fully integrated within all of our decision-making processes.
- HSE Management is considered to be beneficial to our business.
- Risk is continuously managed through evaluation, prevention, mitigation and protection.
- All deficiencies are reported openly, corrected promptly and analysed to avoid reoccurrence.
The HSE Policy & Management:
- Every Manager is responsible and accountable to prevent all incidents in his/her area of responsibility.
- Process safety and technical integrity is a focus in the Management of our activities.
- Line Management shall demonstrate commitment and visible leadership in managing HSE issues.
- Line Management shall ensure the proper level of competence of the workforce.
- HSE best practices and experiences are shared using effective communication methods and valued by Line Management.
- In the case of objectives compromising safety, it is Line Management’s duty to reset goals and objectives in order to provide/recover an acceptable level of safety in operations.
- Safety takes precedence over production, cost and schedule.
- Anomalies that resolve themselves with no immediate negative consequence should be treated as warnings.
- Line Management is responsible for measuring HSE performance based on targeted objectives.
- High Risk incidents and their remedial actions are reviewed at the COMEX level.
The HSE Policy & employees:
- Every employee and/or contractor must be committed to his/her own safety and the safety of others; they are expected to comply with all HSE requirements.
- Every employee, contractor and visitor must be clearly informed of her/his HSE roles and responsibilities.
- When an employee or contractor observes something that may compromise safety, he/she must be fully empowered to rectify the situation (and, if required, stop work).
- Every employee and contractor must be prepared to respond to any and all emergency situations.