PETROMEN recognizes that it can only achieve its objectives if the operational performance of its activities along with the supplied services/products meets the requirements of our customers as set forth in their specifications, contractual documents and other written instructions.
Responsibility for achieving Health, Safety and Environmental requirements ultimately rests with the Managing Director of the Establishment. This responsibility shall be delegated through the line management organization. As an essential part of the Establishment’s day-to-day management, every manager shall be responsible for ensuring that adequate resources are made available to achieve this policy. The policy shall be communicated to all levels in the organization, and every will be encouraged to support, and be fully committed to its implementation.
PETROMEN maintains an Environmental Management System to improve its environmental management and, ultimately to reduce the environmental impacts of its operations, activities, products and services.etc.
The Establishment committed to the following:
- To comply with all applicable laws, regulations, codes of practice, and other legal requirements to which the company subscribes. To achieve and maintain compliance, we will develop and maintain management systems for identifying relevant requirements and for monitoring performance of related activities.
- To set objectives and measures for OccupationalHealth, Safety, and Environmental Performance.
- To implement any recommendations from the Audits, HSE site visits and data analysis results.
- Periodically review the effectiveness/performance of the HSE Management System and the continuing suitability of this policy.
- The PETROMEN policy statement shall be prominently posted in each work area and public area at each PETROMEN location. Communication of the Establishment policy shall be included in the HSE awareness training provided to all employees. The communication shall include contents of the policy, its meaning and the employee’s role and responsibility to comply with the policy. For all new employees, HSE awareness and communication of the Establishment Policy shall be included in the new employee’s induction training.
- To protect its employees, contractors and members of the public from the possibility of injury or ill health occurring as a consequence of company’s activities by taking proper control measures for such identified risks.
- All employees will receive appropriate induction training that will include the standard introduction program, making them aware of their statutory duties, the emergency procedures and an explanation of the Company policy.
- To work proactively with our customers, suppliers and any other third parties to achieve the aims of this policy. Identify materials, processes, products and wastes that cause or may cause pollution, and will implement measures to avoid, reduce or control pollution where technically and economically viable.
- To assess all operational activities and potential changes to identify significant hazards and/ or environmental impacts and implement appropriate measures to ensure that exposure to such risks is maintained as low as reasonably practicable.
- To strive to prevent the occurrence of accidents or exposures, this could cause harm, or damage, to individuals or the environment and maintain emergency plans in order to minimize such risks and consequent adverse effects.
- Monitoring, evaluation and reporting HSE performance to identify the opportunities for continuous improvement.
- All sub-contractors to manage HSE in line with this policy and comply with the requirements of the company HSE Manual.
- To seek to minimize consumption of materials, promote recycling and reduce waste whenever practicable and strive to prevent pollution by reducing emissions, discharges and wastes to a practicable minimum.