Safety & Environment Overview

Safety at Hebron is our Core Value - Striving every day to ensure that "Nobody Gets Hurt”

The Hebron Project conducts its business in a responsible and ethical manner that protects the safety and health of employees and contractors involved in its operations. Furthermore, it is committed to conducting business in a manner that is environmentally responsible and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

These commitments are documented in our safety, health, environmental, and security policies. These policies are put into practice through a disciplined management framework called Operations Integrity Management System (OIMS). The OIMS framework establishes common worldwide expectations for controlling Operations Integrity risks inherent in its businesses.

OIMS, as well as regulatory requirements, require that numerous plans, programs, systems, processes and procedures be put in place to manage safety, security, health, and environment issues. These plans include (but not be limited to):

  • Facility Integrity Management System
  • Maintenance and Reliability Program
  • Waste Management Plan
  • Abandonment/Decommissioning Plan
  • Safety Management Plan
  • Emergency Response Plan and Checklists
  • Training and Competency Plan
  • Environmental Protection Plan
  • Wildlife Response Plan
  • Well Control Theory and Procedures
  • Well Operations Policy
  • Field Data Acquisition Program
  • Flare and Venting Rationale
  • Oil Spill Response Plan
  • Adverse Weather Guideline
  • Marine Operations Manual
  • Helicopter Operations Manual
  • Ice Management Plan
  • Collision Avoidance/Vessel Traffic Plan
  • Offshore Facility Security Plan
  • Well Control Manual

The Operator's policy is to:

  • Design and maintain facilities, establish management systems, provide training and conduct operations in a manner that safeguards people and property;
  • Respond quickly, effectively, and with care to emergencies or accidents resulting from its operations, in cooperation with industry organizations and authorized government agencies;
  • Comply with all applicable laws and regulations, and apply responsible standards where laws and regulations do not exist;
  • Work with government agencies and others to develop responsible laws, regulations, and standards based on sound science and consideration of risk;
  • Conduct and support research to extend knowledge about the safety effects of its operations, and promptly apply significant findings and, as appropriate, share them with employees, contractors, government agencies, and others who might be affected;
  • Stress to all employees, contractors, and others working on its behalf their responsibility and accountability for safe performance on the job and encourage safe behaviour off the job;
  • Undertake appropriate reviews and evaluations of its operations to measure progress and to foster compliance with this policy.