HSE Policy


Integrated specialized General Contracting Company W.L.L. (ISCCO) firmly believes that sound HSE performance is key to ensure sustainable business in all its EPC, maintenance, shutdown and turnaround activities in oil, gas, and petrochemical industries. Thus it shall be considered as integral part in business decision making process that is beneficial to all Company’s Stakeholders.

Hence, our policy objective as a minimum, we are committed for:

   > Achieving Zero Incidents.

   > Providing a system of work that shall eliminate or prevent or reduce risks as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP).

   > Minimizing the impact of our activities on the environment.

   > Protection of the environment, including prevention of pollution relevant to organization functions.

   > Prevention of Injury and ill health.

   > Complying with applicable legal regulations and requirements in the locations in which we operate.

To achieve the aforementioned objectives, we will:

   > Develop and implement an effective HSEMS that provides guidance on objectives and performance standards and ensure that there is strong leadership and very clearly defined responsibilities and accountabilities for HSE at all levels of the organization.

   > Provide necessary resources for effective HSEMS implementation.

   > Implement hazard identification and risk assessment-based approach with its activities and provide control measures to eliminate or reduce the risks to a level as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP).

   > Devise Emergency response system which shall mitigate adverse effects and business disruption arising from any emergencies.

   > Establish internal & external communication systems and to achieve mutual understanding of HSE objectives and expectations.

   > Facilitate relevant trainings to all for improvement in HSE awareness, competency and encourage active employee and concerned parties participation and consultation while risk assessment, incident investigations, HSE & welfare committee meetings, suggestion schemes, HSE performance awards as required.

   > Evaluate continually by conducting HSE reviews and audits in order to identify shortcomings within the organization and conformance and compliance with internal and external bench marking.

   > Review HSE policy yearly once to ensure continual improvement in HSE performance.