Everyone at North West Redwater Partnership (NWR) is expected to protect the health, safety and environment of our people, contractors and neighbours. Our commitment to health, safety and environmental performance is an integral part of our culture and business requirement. Continuous improvement is our performance standard. We will do this by:
NWR recognizes the importance of management involvement and commitment and the responsibility of each and every person and contractor in the application of this policy. Personnel at all levels in the organization are held accountable for their HSE performance. The commitments contained in this policy statement depend entirely on all our people taking ownership of HSE. That’s how we will eliminate accidents, reduce emissions and waste, and fulfill our HSE commitments each and every day.
At NWR, people are our most valuable asset and no part of our business is more important than your personal safety. Health, safety, environmental and security concerns are fundamental values within our overall HSE management system and are inherent in every part of our operation.
NWR successfully reached 1 million hours of recordable injury-free work; that is 197 days and 1,174,469 exposure hours from December 22, 2018, to July 7, 2019. Before this, the most extended recordable injury-free time frame was 134 days from December 16, 2017, to April 30, 2018.
This milestone is a testament to our health and safety commitment, which is exercised by both NWR and Contractor teams. A commitment to health and safety requires a dedicated vigilance on all fronts. NWR is excited about the opportunity to improve health and safety systems and continually influence behaviours. We suspect future performance results will be indicative of that.