Shell Energy has an uncompromising approach to safety. We are committed to operating responsibly and safely, in a way that prevents harm to our people, customers, suppliers, partners, communities and the environment.
Everyone who works for us, or with us, has an important part to play in making Shell a safer place to work. We expect people to take personal responsibility in three areas:
We focus on ensuring our people’s health and wellbeing, including their mental health. To support this, we have a range of safety systems and initiatives in place, including learning and development opportunities, and access to confidential counselling services and a peer-support program.
Shell Energy safety initiatives:
We are committed to responsible management practices that minimise any adverse health, safety or environmental impacts arising from our activities, products or services, and we remain committed to developing sustainable business practices. Our HSES Committee, consisting of our CEO and senior management, meets quarterly to review safety performance. Workplace Health and Safety Committee meetings are also held quarterly.
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We care about the health and safety of all our employees and contractors. Every Shell employee and contractor must follow our nine Life-Saving Rules, which cover the most critical safety hazards.
Find our more information about the Life-Saving Rules via Shell.com
We are committed to operating in a responsible way, respecting people, their safety and the environment. Find out more about Shell Energy’s global standards, Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) processes and tools that are in place to manage safety, the environment and how we engage with communities.