BP is committed to Health, Safety and the EnvironmentOur goals in respect of HSSEQ are very clearly stated: no accidents: no harm to people and no damage to the environment
‘Everybody who works for BP, anywhere, is responsible for getting HSSEQ right’The health and safety of our employees and of those who come into contact with our operations and products, along with the impact we may have upon the environment are our highest priorities.
BP Marine encourages a ‘zero incident mindset’ in all employees, contractors and partners. This means that we will not be satisfied until we achieve zero incidents in our health, safety and environmental performance.
What is getting HSSEQ right?Getting HSE right is the BP HSSEQ Management System Framework and Key Processes which support the HSSEQ Expectations to be adopted by all BP managers.
The management system provides a broad-based set of expectations integrated into thirteen elements of accountability. These expectations outline BP’s requirements for the management of:
- Safety and accident prevention
- Plant and equipment integrity
- Pollution prevention
- Energy conservation
- Personal, occupational and environmental health
- Personal/physical security
- Product stewardship
- Sustainable development