Engro achieves level four rating in safety management systems

Engro Fertilizer
Engro Fertilizer

October 25, 2013

Engro Fertilizers, a wholly owned subsidiary of Engro Corporation has achieved level four on a scale of five in Safety Management Systems by DuPont. This makes Engro Fertilizers manufacturing site located at Daharki, Sindh, the first Fertilizer complex in DuPont HSE aligned companies to achieve level four rating.

Continuing with its commitment of providing a safe working environment for the employees since Exxon time frame (1968-1991), Engro decided to align its Safety Management Systems with DuPont in 2003 for achieving world class safety performance. The journey started in 2003 with an initial assessment followed by safety systems revamps and series of evaluations and audits by DuPont Safety Resources after every three years, till Engro Fertilizers achieved Excellence in Safety Systems (Level 4) in 2013. DuPont’s consulting approach is to transform DuPont’s 210 years of know-how and best practices into positive and permanent change for clients around the world.

DuPont uses a simple, yet powerful, five-step change management methodology to deliver transformation around workplace safety, process safety and operational effectiveness – areas that are essential to business success today. This achievement by the company marks a milestone and speaks volumes about Engro’s resolve towards excellence in safety. Speaking at the occasion, Ruhail Muhammad – CEO, Engro Fertilizers said, “For Engro Fertilizers, Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) means not just protecting our employees from any hazards, but also taking all the requisite measures to protect all our stakeholders from potential hazards. We effectively control HSE risks that could arise at the workplace by maintaining hardware and safety interlocks, educating and training our employees and surrounding communities on how to deal with potential risks”.

Engro Fertilizers is a dynamic company and has received various HSE accolades for the ongoing commitment to eliminate or minimise risks to employees and others. It has been accredited and awarded by international bodies like ISO, National Safety council, British Safety Council, WWF, National Productivity Organisation Pakistan and DuPont Safety and sustainability solutions. Courtesy Business Recorder

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