We are committed to internationally accepted best practices and comply with applicable health, safety and environmental (HSE) legislations and other requirements in our operations in different jurisdictions. EIL’s OHSMS (Occupational Health and Safety Management System) is OHSAS 18001 certified and EMS (Environmental Management System) is ISO 14001 certified. EIL has a dedicated HSE Policy at corporate level, which has the following salient features:
Health, Safety & Environmental Policy
- Ensure compliance with requirements of health, safety and environment (HSE), during design and delivery of products/services as per applicable National and International codes, standards, procedures, engineering practices and legal/statutory requirements including customer’s requirements.
- Identify HSE risks of our activities and mitigate the same to prevent injuries & ill health to our personnel and for persons who are involved in our activities in our offices and at sites.
- Minimize environmental impact by conserving resources, reducing waste generation and preventing pollution in all our activities at our workplace.
- Strive for continual improvement in our HSE management system by periodically reviewing our performance and making necessary changes.
- Promote awareness on HSE aspects across the organization and develop a culture where all employees are committed to HSE.
- Rapid risk analysis, which analyzes the impact of a significant default situation resulting in release of hazardous materials and is used for obtaining applicable environmental clearances;
- Environmental impact assessment, which assesses the environment around a facility and the potential impact of facility development and is also required for obtaining requisite environmental clearances;
- Hazard identification (“HAZID”) studies, which analyzes the equipment layout and enables hazardous area classification to assess and address associated operational hazards;
- Hazard and operability (“HAZOP”) studies, which involve the investigation of the design of facilities to identify design limitation for potential operational hazards and problems; and
- Safety integrity level (“SIL”) studies, which evaluate the reliability of instrumented protective systems for avoiding release of any hazardous inventory.