Health, Safety, Security & Environment (HSS&E)
Dana Gas has always been committed to behaving responsibly in every part of the business. Sustainability is about creating value for our stakeholders and we are committed to providing economic and social benefits in the communities in which we operate.
Everybody who works for Dana Gas is responsible for the continuous improvement of our HSE performance. Together, we will continuously reduce both our risks and impacts leading to continuous improvement in Health, Safety and Environmental performance with the goal of zero incidents and harm to people and minimizing our Environmental impact.
At Dana Gas we are committed to:
- Operating our facilities in a safe, competent and efficient manner and caring for all those on our sites or impacted by our activities
- The reduction of the negative environmental impacts of our operations through application of sound environmental practices and compliance with legislation, delivering reductions in waste, emissions and discharges in addition to the efficient use of energy
- Prevention of occupational illnesses and injuries
- The inclusion of measurable HSE targets in our business plan. We are all committed to meeting them as part of our overall company performance which we report to the Board of Directors and shareholders
- Compliance with all applicable national and international HSE legal requirements and our company policies, standards and procedures
- Treating our neighbours, customers, suppliers, employees, contractors and interest groups with respect and care
- Improving the HSE performance of our industry through the sharing of lessons and working with our partners, contractors, competitors and regulators
Working safely, protecting the health of our people and the environment and complying with all applicable legal requirements is a condition of employment. Staff and contractors must not tolerate deviations from legal requirements, nor the existence of unsafe acts, behaviours or conditions. All who work for and with Dana Gas have the authority to stop work they consider to be an imminent threat to life, health, property or the environment, or that violates legal requirements.
This policy shall be reviewed annually, considering the views of our employees, neighbours, public interest groups and those who work with us.