Safety

Safety

HSE Strategy, Maturity and Wellbeing
HSE Risk Management
HSE Assurance
Environment and Sustainability
HSE Management Systems
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At Interflow, safety and health of our people and the protection of the environments we operate in, is a core value and therefore not negotia­ble. We are committed to continual improvement in the way we man­age our Operations, Environmental, Health and Safety obligations.

To strengthen Interflow’s position on our Health, Safety and Environmen­tal (HSE) expectations, we have a corporate HSE Strategy underpinned by our vision of Harm 2 Zero (H20).

This strategy focuses on 6 key pillars.

  1. Collaboration, Communication and Consultation
  2. Planning and Design
  3. HSE Assurance and Investigation
  4. Critical and Fatal Risks
  5. HSE Risk Management
  6. HSE Management System (HSEMS)

Supporting these pillars are several targets, measures and initiatives, such as:

  • Baseline and ongoing assessment of organisational HSE culture and maturity, utilising the Hudson HSE Risk Model
  • Health and Wellbeing Strategy – Mentally Healthy Workplace Project
  • Contemporary HSE Risk Profile
  • Harm to Zero (H20) and HSE Risk Leadership training and capability uplift programs
  • Critical Safety Essentials (CSEs) and Critical Environment Essentials (CEEs)

The vision of Harm 2 Zero (H2O) program, which is unique to Interflow and is embedded in every decision that is made and within every activity that is under­taken. To support the ‘Harm 2 Zero’ vision, Interflow recognised that HSE is to be managed in a systematic way that is:

  • Developing,  upskilling and empowering all our team members with the appropriate leadership skills to achieve a safe behaviour.
  • Continually improving our systems and to benchmark our HSE maturity aligned to industry best practice.
  • Understanding the importance of continually investing in our people that hold critical safety positions.

Our H2O initiative is integral to our business. The program supports our people to care for themselves, their team members and others impacted by their work through:

  • Empowering our team to be proactive in workplace safety
  • The importance of planning and understanding risk across our projects
  • Providing appropriate on-site supervision and leadership
  • Monitoring and assessing our safety performance
  • Adapting work best practices