Safety is a core value embraced by all Eroton employees. A robust Safety Management System drives our daily operations.
Health, Safety & Security
The HSE Management System model comprises seven interrelated components:
- Leadership & Commitment
- Policies and Strategic Objectives
- Organizational Roles & Responsibilities
- Hazards & Risk management
- Monitoring and Continuous Improvement
- Management Review.
These are continuously improved by conformance checks
- on day-to-day standards and procedures (controls)
- on the management system (correction)
- through modifications to the management system (improvement).
Management communicates the HSE philosophy to all employee, customers, contractors, and third parties associated with our business, and conformance to the management system is regularly monitored.
All Eroton employees are focused on our goals of no harm, no spill, no leaks, and no emissions in all facets of our operations. To achieve our HSE Goals, we are focused on the three areas of safety hazards which pose the highest risks in oilfield operations: personal, process, and transport safety
Our operations are managed to ensure the following
- Keeping our people and our assets safe and secure;
- Zero/minimal environmental and social impacts
- Managing our environmental and social impacts;
- Maintaining our asset integrity and being prepared for major emergencies;
- A transparent and open supply chain process;
- Open communication channels internally and with external stakeholders
Our commitment to the environment and community engagement is embedded in our strategy. We operate in a sensitive environment with peculiar challenges and strengthening our integration into our host communities guarantees our license to operate.
Lagos State Office
Lagos State, Nigeria
Tombia Extension, GRA phase 2,
Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria