The accomplishment is a testament to ENGIE’s commitment to putting employee health, safety, and wellbeing at the heart of its business, which underpins its ‘No Life at Risk’ policy. With the protection of its employees deeply embedded within the company’s DNA, ENGIE seeks to reduce the frequency and severity of accidents among its employees, subcontractors, and stakeholders with a target of zero incidents, putting no life at risk.
Accordingly, the company has implemented several initiatives across its plant to achieve its latest HSE milestones, which include: conducting frequent HSE training sessions, reviewing and assessing high-risk maintenance activities, holding monthly HSE forums for frontline maintenance staff, conducting daily and the monthly site walks to assess site safety and periodic audits to assess contractor activities.
“Creating a safe and healthy environment at work is a top priority for ENGIE. We are extremely proud of our PP11 team for upholding ENGIE’s safety standards and contributing to our strong record across the region. Putting the correct processes in place and empowering our employees to anticipate and mitigate risk ensures safety across the business. When our employees feel safe, it is the foundation of trust which enables our team to strive for excellence,” said Turki Al Shehri, CEO, ENGIE.
PP11 HSSE manager, Jalal Alwadai, added, “With a workplace culture which values employee wellbeing first and foremost, the achievement of these latest HSE milestones at ENGIE demonstrates that we have successfully driven home the importance of health and safety policies and procedures among our employees and across our power plants. Achieving 4,000 days without an LTA is an industry best, and we will continue working to uphold this impressive safety record.”