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Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy

NLNG has a sound Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) policy anchored on the need to take proper care of its assets, the health and safety of its employees and stakeholders, and to give proper regard to the sustainable management of the environment.

In line with this, NLNG plans its work to:
  • Prevent injuries and ill-health to workers and surrounding communities
  • Prevent damage to assets and minimise any negative impact on the environment
  • Avoid or eliminate future liabilities
  • Meet requirements for demonstrable due diligence. 

Our robust HSE Management System ensures we achieve Goal Zero (Zero harm to people and zero damage to environment), comply with national and international standards and continually improve HSE performance. In line with our commitment of zero harm to people and zero damage to environment, we continue to implement several HSE initiatives and programmes to provide a safe working environment.

Management Commitment and Visibility

Visible and felt management commitment is one of the elements of NLNG's HSE management system. To demonstrate this, the Senior Management Team engage the workforce through Management Site Engagements with focus on "care for people”. This approach has helped the workforce develop trust and confidence in the management and ultimately it increases safety culture in the organisation. 

Caring is one of our core values in addition to Integrity, Teamwork, Excellence and Respect. NLNG has significantly increased its focus on care for people and it continues to demonstrate its core values. This increased focus on caring has improved safety performance with a continuous increase in preventive reports.

ISO 14001: 2015 Certification

To demonstrate our continuous improvement in all aspects, including the environmental management system, NLNG achieved certification to ISO 14001: 2015 standard, which is the latest standard in environmental management. 

In September 2018, the new standard for ISO 14001: 2015 replaced the older 2004 standard. NLNG was one of the top 5 per cent global companies that successfully transited to the new standard ahead of the terminal date. This achievement is a testament to our drive for top quartile performance in environmental management.