Quality, Safety and Environment (QSE)
Quality, Safety and Environmental (QSE) aspects may not provide any explicit outcomes in themselves that are measurable in financial terms. Nevertheless, we believe that it is an underlying foundation of an organisational sustainability. Consequently, as an integral part of core activities ranging from project development to operations, marketing, sales, and logistics, the principles and practices related to QSE aspects can contribute greatly toward the stabilised and standardised our operations, and toward sharpening our competitive advantages.
At Papop, we held accountable for promoting QSE management in all levels of the organisational structure, from the corporate levels, through to every organisational networks as well as in every operational sites. Governance of quality, safety, and environment is based primarily on the management line of command with support from our systematic standard division and ISO systems to anticipate the concerns of stakeholders and identify opportunities for improvement.
The QSE principles inhere within Papop are as follow
- Commit to fulfil clients’ satisfactions, especially in term of quality and safety with well placed strategic plans and high quality on-site safety systems.
- Follow all quality, safety and environmental precautions and instructions strictly.
Safety is the main priority in our operations especially on the aspect of risk management and zero incident concept.
- Apply all relevant safety standards and instructions to every part of our operations in order to reduce the number of accidents as well as prevent any repeated incidences.
- Promote the appropriate usage of resources and materials in order to achieve the sustainability in our organisation.
- Encourage every staff members to operate and use equipment cautiously in order to create the ‘work safe’ place.
To this end, our QSE management standards and technical guidelines were established to provide a framework which all operations across the organisation and the networks could integrate precautionary practices as appropriate.