HSE & Q policies
ALIGN practices a zero injury philosophy, and this philosophy is central in all work carried out within the group. It involves searches for methods, systems, relevant technology and competence that enable us to run our activity without inflicting injury to ourselves, customers or others, without the loss of human life and without causing damage to environment and materials.
To ALIGN a zero injury philosophy represents both a goal to strive for and a way of thinking.
- no personnel injuries or work related diseases
- no damage to material or pollution of the external environment
- no nonconformance or complaints from customers concerning our products and services
ALIGN will actively inform both customers and employees with respect to HSE&Q results and work practices.
Based on the positive attitudes and conduct displayed by our employees, we would like all employees, their families, our customers, suppliers and society at large to look upon ALIGN as a company renown for its:
- high quality in all departments.
- striving for continued improvement
- well-being and a sound working environment
- focusing on health, the environment and safety
- pollution prevention
All undesirable incidents can be avoided through preventive action.
We identify, evaluate and manage risk related to the entire value chain to avoid unwanted incidents and to contribute to the achievement of ALIGN`s main objectives.
Internal ALIGN requirements will at all times, as a minimum, meet regulatory requirements.
No work is so urgent that it cannot be carried out in a safe manner.
All ALIGN employees carry a responsibility for their own health and safety, and for helping to reduce the risk of damage to personnel, the environment and material/goods.
All ALIGN executives have a particular responsibility for adapting and following up HSE&Q issues, and for showing visible and credible commitment to HSE&Q.
All employees in ALIGN have a responsibility for complying with our values – PACE.
The HSE&Q policy is reviewed yearly.
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.