QHSE Commitments

Mazrui Energy Services operates in many varied and often challenging environments. An unwavering commitment has always been maintained to the highest standards of the health and safety of our employees, customers and contractors, as well as for the protection of the environment in the communities in which we live and work. 
Mazrui Energy Services long-term business success depends on our ability to ensure that HSE remains a top priority for the management and each employee. The Mazrui Energy Services HSE policy and diverse standards are applied throughout the company. Each employee must maintain up-to-date certifications in essential HSE training courses through both traditional classroom and on-line interactive learning. 
Mazrui Energy Services HSE culture is to involve everyone and to ensure they are aware of their responsibility and obligation to observe, intervene and report unsafe conditions and behaviors. A crucial tool used across Mazrui Energy Services is our Stop Work Authority program, which is intended to identify and stop any unsafe acts before they happen.
Mazrui Energy Services is committed to health, safety, environment and Social Responsibility at all times and this means that our employees are looking out for their teammates, our industry partners at jobsites, and members of our community.
Our commitment
Mazrui Energy Services has a long-standing QHSE commitment to the highest standards for health and safety of our employees, customers, and contractors as well as to the protection of the environment in the communities in which we work and live. Our QHSE Management system defines the principles by which we conduct our operations throughout the region.
Policy Statement, standards, and accountability
Management applies QHSE policies and rigorous standards throughout our companies. At the heart of our commitment is our local and international workforce of professional men and women representing more than 38 nationalities, which makes us one of the most culturally diverse local company in the Middle East Region.
Performance Snapshot
The international Association of Oil & Gas Producers (OGP) reports these industry-recognized safety standards and statistics that involve employees and their contractors engaged in work-related activities;
CLTIF (Combined Lost Time Incident Frequency)
TRIF (Total recordable Incident Frequency)
AAR (Automotive Accident Rate in Miles)

Our Group Certifications & Memberships