In order to protect human’s life and also the environment, organizations of all kinds are increasingly dealing with implementing HSE management system by controlling their OH&S (Occupational Health & Safety) risks and environmental impacts, consistent with their HSE policy and objectives.
People who are dealing with industrial jobs may face occupational illnesses or injuries that might damage their health. Therefore it's crucial to consider the HSE considerations in order to avoid accidents at work.
The International Labor Organization (ILO) statistics indicates that yearly
- 1.7 million people suffer from fatal accidents
- 268 million people are deceased after 3 days of hospitalization and treatment
- 160 million people get occupational disease
Unfortunately nowadays, because of being ignorant about the safety issues on a global scale, every six seconds an accident occurs in the workplace.
HSE Management System
IPEC’s HSE Management System is a systematic approach, which is designed to:
- Ensure compliance with law
- Demonstrate that all hazards are adequately managed
- Achieve continuous improvement in HSE performance
The ultimate objective of HSE Management System implementation in IPEC is to provide safe environment for employees and associated personnel and minimize damage to natural resources.
The HSE Management System model comprises the following interrelated components:
- Commitment and leadership and accountability
- Policies and objectives
- Organization and resources
- Contractor and supplier management
- Risk management
- Business processes
- Performance monitoring and improvement
- Audits and reviews