We believe that prevention is the best response to pollution. By anticipating pollution risks, we can more effectively prepare for them and respond immediately in the event of an emergency. We are engaged in an improvement process based on accident analysis, experience sharing and real-life drills.
A core component of our operations: risk prevention
Risk prevention lies at the heart of our operations. All new industrial projects are submitted to a Risk Committee, which brings together representatives from the relevant departments. The Committee analyzes the environmental hazards of each of our projects, as well as their impact on the health of the local population, while also taking into account community engagement concerns. Once projects are reviewed by the Risk Committee, they are ready to be submitted to the Executive Committee for approval.
- Designing equipment that is safer, more reliable and more efficient.
- Maintaining and inspecting equipment and facilities.
- Using monitoring and control systems to rapidly detect problems, especially leaks.
- Selecting means of transportation and routes that limit the risk of accidents.
All employees are informed about industrial risk. This Group-wide safety culture is reinforced by the involvement of all teams in real-time crisis simulations.
Our plans and resources for responding to an emergency
Leveraging feedback from experience
Identifying and analyzing the causes of an incident or accident helps prevent their recurrence and better prepare for a similar event. This information will also enable the implementation of appropriate means to limit their consequences. Beyond the Group's scope alone, we study and analyze in depth high-potential incidents and accidents throughout the energy sector. Then, in collaboration with other players in the profession, we use this feedback to draw all the necessary lessons and adopt the resulting best practices.