Health and safety

Commitment to HSE

Stanlow Terminals Limited is committed to achieving excellence in Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) and community engagement. We will achieve this through providing and maintaining safe and healthy working conditions and following the best operating practices to protect the environment.

Docks at Stanlow

Our goal is to have no harm to people, to maintain a sustainable environment and to institutionalise a culture of safety in the organisation.

We will make continuing efforts to:

  • Demonstrate visible commitment towards health, process safety, personal safety and environment across all levels of management
  • Comply with, and where feasible, exceed the applicable legal requirements
  • Continuously recognise hazards and assess health, safety and environmental risks in our operations through audits, risk assessments and review of standard operating procedures and take steps to mitigate risks
  • Promote a positive safety culture amongst all employees and other stakeholders
  • Foster continual improvement, benchmark our HSE performance, adopt best practices in HSE and ensure learning from incidents is embedded into our management system
  • Include health, process safety, personal safety and environmental performance in the appraisal of employees and reward accordingly
  • Increase health, process safety, personal safety, environmental awareness and competence through training to ensure all staff have an understanding of how these can affect their role and the business
  • Monitor performance of health, process safety, personal safety and environment via KPIs and review this information to improve performance
  • Engage with business partners and suppliers to manage HSE in line with this policy
  • HSE is everyone’s responsibility and central to every business planning and decision making process

Life-Saving Rules

  • Our mandatory 12 Life-Saving Rules reinforce what employees and contractors must know and do to prevent serious injury or significant incident: for example, wear seat belts and do not speed or use mobile phones – even hands-free – while driving