- Setting HSE policy
- Planning & implementing
- Measuring / monitoring the performance
- Auditing & reviewing.
ENKA will always have a comprehensive HSE training program to increase awareness of safety, to teach safer working practices and to promote environmental adherence. In the ENKA Quality and HSE Manual all the roles and responsibilities of the individuals in the organisation are clearly defined to promote a positive HSE culture. ENKA addresses:
All managers demonstrate a clear commitment to HSE to establish and implement a discipline procedure and an award program to run the HSE management system more effectively.
Monitoring is essential to maintain and improve HSE performance. ENKA believes that proactive monitoring, which monitors the achievement of plans and the extent of compliance with standards before an accident, incident, illness or environmental leakage takes place, is a key factor in HSE performance.
Auditing and reviewing provide considerable improvements on the HSE corrective actions by managing the risks through lessons learned by past experiences. Internal and external audits are continually performed.
Health, safety and environment are, in fact, its highest priority. ENKA recognizes and acknowledges the importance of achieving world-class performance with respect to protection of HSE on every project as an integral part of its organizational culture. All personnel are encouraged to actively engage in all the HSE programs and every conceivable effort is made to provide all the necessary training and development to enforce the project requirements to attain its “Zero Accident” policy.
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