Qapco achieves 20 million man-hours without LTI

 09 Jun 2016 - 0:48

 


DOHA: Qatar Petrochemical Company (Qapco) has completed 20 million man-hours without a single lost time injury (LTI), celebrating the achievement with employees and stakeholders at Qapco’s petrochemical complex in Mesaieed.
“Reaching this new milestone demonstrates Qapco’s firm commitment and dedication to safety, driven by continuous improvement and best practices sharing. We do not compromise on safety and consistently pursue an incident and injury free workplace. I thank all the Qapco employees for their support in reaching this significant safety milestone,” Qapco Chairman Mohamed Salem Al Marri said.
Qapco Managing Director and CEO Dr Mohammed Yousef Al Mulla highlighted that the safety performance reflected the company’s unwavering commitment to health and safety. “Qapco’s risk-based safety management approach puts safety at the forefront of every decision. We are fully committed to ensuring that every employee and our contractors return home safely at the end of each day. As such, our integrated HSEQ strategy revolves around operational excellence, stringent safety processes, high standards, strict compliance, comprehensive training, capability building, and vigilant monitoring,” he said.
Al Mulla recognised the valuable contribution of Qapco staff and key stakeholders towards achieving this latest safety milestone. “Our accomplishments in safety are the direct results of the proactive commitment and continuous efforts of our teams to achieve safety excellence. We work towards one goal: ensuring a safe and secure workplace today and in the future,” he said.
Qapco Board Director Sheikh Thani bin Thamer bin Mohamed Al Thani expressed his pride in QAPCO’s advances in safety performance. “Through its targeted safety programmes, Qapco registered significant health, safety and environment (HSE) improvements at all levels, in each department, and across activities. Those HSE initiatives continuously promote a strong safety culture amongst employees and contractors.”
Qapco has many programs and initiatives in place aimed at achieving a sustained performance in health, safety and environment, like the QAPCO 12 Golden Rules at Work, launched in 2015.
Qapco Board Director Ahmed Abdulla Hassan Al Khaja also attended the safety ceremony in Mesaieed and said the company believes that all accidents are preventable. “Through its uncompromising approach toward safety and compliance, Qapco will continue to strive to improve its environmental, health and safety performance. Excellence in these areas is required for sustainable, long-term prosperity.”
Qapco has developed an HSE Award, which recognises employees for their contribution to safety and is designed to encourage employees to effectively manage occupational safety and health as well as promoting and sustaining safe, best-practices for the future.The Peninsula

 


DOHA: Qatar Petrochemical Company (Qapco) has completed 20 million man-hours without a single lost time injury (LTI), celebrating the achievement with employees and stakeholders at Qapco’s petrochemical complex in Mesaieed.
“Reaching this new milestone demonstrates Qapco’s firm commitment and dedication to safety, driven by continuous improvement and best practices sharing. We do not compromise on safety and consistently pursue an incident and injury free workplace. I thank all the Qapco employees for their support in reaching this significant safety milestone,” Qapco Chairman Mohamed Salem Al Marri said.
Qapco Managing Director and CEO Dr Mohammed Yousef Al Mulla highlighted that the safety performance reflected the company’s unwavering commitment to health and safety. “Qapco’s risk-based safety management approach puts safety at the forefront of every decision. We are fully committed to ensuring that every employee and our contractors return home safely at the end of each day. As such, our integrated HSEQ strategy revolves around operational excellence, stringent safety processes, high standards, strict compliance, comprehensive training, capability building, and vigilant monitoring,” he said.
Al Mulla recognised the valuable contribution of Qapco staff and key stakeholders towards achieving this latest safety milestone. “Our accomplishments in safety are the direct results of the proactive commitment and continuous efforts of our teams to achieve safety excellence. We work towards one goal: ensuring a safe and secure workplace today and in the future,” he said.
Qapco Board Director Sheikh Thani bin Thamer bin Mohamed Al Thani expressed his pride in QAPCO’s advances in safety performance. “Through its targeted safety programmes, Qapco registered significant health, safety and environment (HSE) improvements at all levels, in each department, and across activities. Those HSE initiatives continuously promote a strong safety culture amongst employees and contractors.”
Qapco has many programs and initiatives in place aimed at achieving a sustained performance in health, safety and environment, like the QAPCO 12 Golden Rules at Work, launched in 2015.
Qapco Board Director Ahmed Abdulla Hassan Al Khaja also attended the safety ceremony in Mesaieed and said the company believes that all accidents are preventable. “Through its uncompromising approach toward safety and compliance, Qapco will continue to strive to improve its environmental, health and safety performance. Excellence in these areas is required for sustainable, long-term prosperity.”
Qapco has developed an HSE Award, which recognises employees for their contribution to safety and is designed to encourage employees to effectively manage occupational safety and health as well as promoting and sustaining safe, best-practices for the future.The Peninsula