ALIGN’s vision is to be a preferred technology partner for production, solutions and services for the Norwegian oil and gas industry, and to build leading positions within technological niches on the international market.

ALIGN aims to be a leader within HES&Q, and has a policy of zero damage to people and the environment. To be in the forefront of safety within the oil and gas industry demands continuous efforts, both in terms of avoiding accidents and occupational diseases.

Safe conduct

All ALIGN personnel should contribute to safe day-to-day operations without injuries.

All ALIGN employees are responsible for looking after their own health and safety and for contributing to reducing the risk of personal injury and damage to the environment and material assets. ALIGN executives have a particular responsibility for adapting, following up and displaying a credible and visible commitment to our goal of zero injuries.  To ALIGN this philosophy represents both a total goal to strive for and a way of thinking in all work being performed.

Risk management

Through its operations, ALIGN is exposed to many categories of risk. Understanding and managing risk exposure is important in order to obtain good overall solutions that enable stable and satisfactory safety outcomes. We strive towards a positive risk culture in which everyone evaluates risk in relation to tasks carried out on a day-to-day basis.

Risk management is a central element of business controls, in order to ensure realisation of visions, goals, strategies, and action plans. ALIGN requires that relevant risk at different levels be identified and assessed. With basis in this assessment, necessary actions will be planned, implemented and followed up, in order to avoid, reduce or share unacceptable risk.

Ageing safety solutions do not necessarily require large investments

In a time where the focus on cost savings is at its peak, we need to ensure that the safety of the installations still meets the requirements and that we still can claim to be “top of the league” regarding safety in the Petroleum sector.