12 Safety Key Elements
Neste Oil’s 12 safety key elements form a framework for Group-wide operating practices and safety management. The 12 safety key elements are used to help promote Neste Oils’ overall safety performance and form an important part of the company’s safety management system.
The 12 key elements of safety are designed to provide recommended procedures and help sites, management teams, business areas, and common functions draw up plans for ensuring of safety in their operations high standards. Neste Oil’s 12 Key Elements of Safety cover process, personal, and chemical safety and are designed to promote overall safety across the Group and are an important part of the company’s safety management system.
These safety indicators are used to measure the progress made in preventive work and the number of incidents that occur. The following safety indicators are reported monthly within the Neste Oil organization:
- Total Recordable Injury Frequency (TRIF) per million hours worked
- Lost Workday Injury Frequency (LWIF) per million hours worked
- Leaks Sick leave Safety observations
- HSEQ inspections Safety discussions.
Other safety achievements in Neste Oil
To help achieve Neste Oil’s overall safety goals, the Porvoo and Naantali refineries take part in the Finnish ‘Zero Accidents Forum’. Neste Oil is also a participant in the Turmitta project coordinated by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, an initiative aimed at developing a method for defining the value of safety in business. The project helps participating companies focus their operations and investments in an optimal way from both a business and overall safety standpoint.