HSE Handbook

With safety at work, we think that we should be safe from hazards that may be harmful for health and life.

HSE Handbook

The manual has been compiled and kept updated by the management representative for quality and approved by the general manager and management representative for Health, Environment and Safety.

All employees receive when employing the HSE manual, conferred on his or her profile for easy access. This is to be oriented and able to put yourself into the HSE system. If the employee indicates emphasis in another language a set, this will be adjusted to understandable language.

We will:
- Consult with, listen to and respond to customers and main contractors, employees, neighbors, public interest groups and those who work with us in an open way.
- Working together with others - partners, suppliers, competitors and governments -to raise standards in the industry, where we openly report our performance, good as well as bad and recognize those who contribute to higher safety standards.

REMEMBER: Everyone has a duty to stop work, that is performed unsafe!


Contents HSE Handbook

General Safety, Health and sustainable Environment Instructions
The purpose of this procedure is to ensure that all employees / involved parties receive the necessary information for carrying out the activity in the corporate directing.
• Health, Safety and Environment - General
• Health, Safety and Environment - Offshore / Onshore
• Health, Safety and Environment - Office
• Environment and Sustainable Development - General
• Environment and Sustainable Development - All locations
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
The purpose of this procedure is to ensure the proper use of protective equipment / access to equipment / supplementation of the necessary equipment in the project.
• Project implementation
• The manager's role
• The employee's role
• Supplementing
• Following up
Notification of emergency
The purpose of this procedure is to ensure proper response / management of serious incidents / accidents and environmental emergency.
• Project implementation
• The manager's role
• The employee's role
• Supplementing
• Following up