Health, Safety, Security & Environment

Executive summary of AMEC HSSE – Guidelines
Our Guidelines describe HSSE Management System for setting and implementing company policy and objectives on health, safety, security, and environment.
Key elements are following:

Leadership Accountability
Management’s commitment to the policy and HSSE performance is visible to all employees, helping to build/reinforce the HSSE culture and drive program implementation.

HSSE commitments from Top Management to guide day-to-day behaviors and decision-making in order to drive continual improvement in performance.

HSSE regulatory requirements understood and HSSE risks reduced to as low as reasonably practicable. HSSE risks, liabilities and impacts considered as part of asset merger, acquisition or divestment and throughout product life-cycle.

Management through design, construction, commissioning, operation and decommissioning under the operation control including suppliers and contractors; maintenance and emergency preparedness and responses in order to mitigate the HSSE impacts.

Performance monitoring and improvement detail the requirements to implement HSSE performance monitoring and auditing; corrective and preventive actions; sharing of lessons learned and best practices including the establishment of HSSE goals and targets to drive continual improvement in HSSE performance.

Organizational Capability
Organization of resources to build and maintain the company’s capability to manage HSSE issues by defining roles, responsibilities, accountabilities and competencies of resources to support effective HSSE management.

Stakeholders Engagement
Culture and communications continuously foster HSSE engagement; model the HSSE behavior and culture; communicate internally and externally to interested stakeholders.

Information Technology
Management of HSSE documentation, record and information to assess and manage risks and to monitor and evaluate HSSE performance.