QHSE

QHSE activities are given the highest priority for all management and support services. Our management systems address QHSE in detail and ensure a high QHSE standard throughout the whole organization.

The CEO has formulated policies for safety, security, occupational health and working environment, and environmental management. Measurable targets are set for each onshore and offshore activity to ensure compliance with the laid down policies and maintain a continuous improvement cycle.

Personnel training and familiarization is recognized as one of the key activities in order to achieve a good QHSE culture and minimize risks. Every day we aim to be better and a lot of effort is made to continuously review and improve our system and routines, and we are proud of our safety statistics meeting our goal and are among the best in our segment of the industry.

Health and Safety

Golden Energy Offshore Directors have been intent upon conducting Company business in a manner which is ethically and morally in line with the best practice accepted within the industry.

Today’s proactive measures are designed to identify and remove risk to people, equipment and the environment and to foster an open minded culture which values Safety and Health for its own sake. The following 10 key points form the basis of the HSE Safety Management System and form the foundation upon which the HSE structure is based.Management Commitment to Health, Safety and the Environment.

  • A Sound Golden Energy Offshore QHSE Policy
  • We do not want to see anyone hurt or injured through their efforts for Golden Energy Offshore.
  • Line Management to be responsible for HSE Matters
  • We will be the recognized leader in safety and quality, delivering exceptional performance with the appropriate technical solutions
  • Setting and Maintaining High Golden Energy Offshore Systems QHSE Standards
  • Setting Realistic HSE Targets, KPI’s and Objectives for Personnel
  • Effective HSE Training for Personnel
  • Thorough Investigation and Follow Up of Injuries, Accidents and Near Miss Incidents
  • We will build our business around a motivated and valued workforce.
  • Auditing of HSE Standards and PracticesThe obligation and responsibility of a “Duty of Care” on the part of the Company, our employees, subcontractors and the public is integrated within these principals. At every juncture it is acknowledged and pronounced that the best way to achieve our objectives must not conflict with the safest way.

Environment

In Golden Energy Offshore, we have a clear goal to ensure sustainable development and help improve the environment.

It is Golden Energy Offshore´s objective to identify, control, and minimize emissions, discharges, and wastes from all of our activities.

  • Continually striving for improvements in our environmental performance and pollution prevention across all our activities. This involves openness, environmental awareness, and the application of environmentally-friendly technologies.
  • Minimizing the environmental impact of our business through constant care – careful use of resources, optimization of operations, and handling of waste streams.

Golden Energy Offshore is committed to the protection of the environment and places high priority on environmental considerations in managing its business. We support initiatives that promote environmental responsibility. In addition to complying with environmental legislation, we will strive to do more where it makes sense, recognizing that individual contributions make a difference.

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Quality

For Golden Energy Offshore, quality means that our customers are satisfied and their expectations are fulfilled.  Our quality is based on the firmly anchored quality awareness of our employees and on a positive, creative work ambiance.

To achieve this,  operations and activities are continuously reviewed, questioned and improved. The continuous further development of our Quality Standard offers our customers the concrete benefit of making operations and processes even more efficient and effective. This continuous process of improvement is represented by our quality principles, which we have formulated in the form of slogans:

1. Simplicity

We keep it simple

2. Avoid waste

We do it right the first time

3. Housekeeping

We keep things in order

4. Responsibility and involvement

We are in it together

5. Cooperation

We are unbeatable in a successful team

6. Continuous Improvement

We are willing to be the best

This policy will be communicated to all employees and will be reviewed periodically to ensure its continuing adequacy.

Statistics

Every day we aim to be better and a lot of effort is made to continuously review and improve our system and routines, and we are proud of our safety statistics meeting our goal and are among the best in our segment of the industry.

Year
LTI
MTI
RWI
LTIF
TRIF
Man hrs
2020*
0
0
0
0
0
98 801
2019
0
1
0
0
0,237
847 452
2018
0
0
0
0
0
472 786
2017
1
0
0
0,347
0,347
576 090
2016
0
0
0
0
0
576 689
2015
0
0
0
0
0
403 709
2014
1
0
0
0,49
0,49
404 796
2013
1
0
0
0,59
0,59
338 439
2012
0
0
0
0
0
335 388
2011
0
0
0
0
0
335 388
*Data from this year is "year to date" and updated monthly. LTI: Lost Time Injury. MTI: Medical Treatment Injury. RWI: Recordable Work Injury. LTIF: Lost Time Injury Frequency. TRIF: Total Recordable Injury Frequency.

Certificates

Metizoft
IMR Compliance
IMCA
Contractor member 2019
Achilles
FPAL, Certificate of Verify Assessment
DNV-GL
Management System Certificate ISO 50001:2011
DNV-GL
Management System Certificate OHSAS 18001:2007
DNV-GL
Management System Certificate ISO 14001:2015
DNV-GL
Management System Certificate ISO 9001:2015
Achilles
Utilities Nordics & Central Europe, Certificate of Registration
Achilles
JQS, Certificate of Qualification
DNV-GL
Document of Compliance