Health, Safety & Environment

March Energy is committed to providing and maintaining a safe, secure and healthy work environment, operating conditions, equipment and systems of work for the protection of all employees, contractors and third parties. We will use our best endeavor to protect the health and safety of other people who may be affected by our activities.

March Energy will ensure that Risk Assessment and Safe Systems of Work with Effective Control Measures are in place for all the company’s activities, either executed directly or through our contractors or other third parties. The appropriate guidance are set out in our HSE management system which meets internationally accepted industry practice. Health Safety, Security and Environment is the responsibility of all employees, Contractors & other Third Parties.

Our HSE Values are as follows

  • Lead by example and demonstrate a personal commitment to HSE
  • Promote an HSE culture through visible & active participation, and recognising, reinforcing and rewarding good HSE performance
  • Ensure that Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) considerations are given first priority over our other business considerations
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant legislations, and the company HSE Policy Standard & Processes at all times
  • Apply a systemic approach to HSE management that achieves continuous HSE performance improvement; including setting strict HSE objectives and performing regular audits and review
  • Design our workplaces and work activities to minimise the risks to personnel and the environment
  • Encourage the use of the best available technology to reduce the impact of our operations to the environment, particularly with regard to the efficient use of materials, the minimisation of waste, and the prevention of pollution
  • Ensure our personnel have the required competencies for their tasks with the provision of HSE training & coaching, awareness programs and personal protective equipment (PPE) in order to manage HSE risks to As Low As Reasonably Possible (ALARP)
  • Develop communication channels to ensure the HSE policy and its objectives are understood by all employees, personnel, contractors and related stakeholders, and to actively seek their input and feedback
  • Require the reporting of hazards, near misses and incidents and adopt learning outcomes identified through root cause investigations