We CARE about safety because we want to reach our ultimate goal of eliminating all personal injuries.
1) Safety principles
We CARE about Safety
Everyone who works for Fluid Control is expected to take responsibility for safety issues and deal with them proactively. Why is this important to Fluid Control? It’s our licence to operate – it’s expected of us as a service provider in the Oil and Gas sector – and it’s our moral obligation as well. Care for people is deeply rooted in our organisation. Working closely with our clients, working safely and with respect for one another and the environment. That’s how we work to achieve a healthy profit for our company. Working together proactively on safety is a natural part of that.
I take responsibility for my own health & safety and that of others
All incidents are preventable. Be fit, alert and take care of each other. Stop the work if it is considered unsafe to continue.
I am a role model and demonstrate safety leadership
I am open to feedback and challenge others
Giving and receiving feedback provides you
I adhere to the procedures, instructions and
life saving rules
Make sure you are familiar with the rules, applicable laws, standards and procedures.
I report incidents, near misses and ideas for improvement
Share your observations and lessons learned to strengthen the organisation.
I care about
Use all resources responsibly and avoid waste. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle — Its the best way to eliminate waste and protect your environment!
2) Approvals and Certificates
General information on our certificates and approvals, please see:
3) Safety Statement
We CARE about Safety
Care for people is in the heart of our organisation. All people working at Fluid Control, employees and contractors alike, are expected to be proactive in meeting their responsibility to work safely. Only by working together we can reach our ultimate goal of eliminating all personal injuries and guarding the environment.
We at Fluid Control CARE about safety and we want to express how our people support the safety principles and