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Site Policy and Procedures

Everyone who works for or on behalf of BP is responsible for health, safety, security and the environment (HSSE). Effective HSSE performance and the health, safety, and security of everyone who works for us are crucial to the success of our business.

Our goals are simply stated - no accidents, no harm to people and no damage to the environment. In addition, prevention of pollution, management of natural resources for sustainability, and continual improvement are vital components and key to our success.

We will set and review objectives and measurable targets for all functional units as a part of continual improvement to drive down HSSE impacts of our operations by reducing waste, emissions and discharges, using energy efficiently, and assuring a safe work environment for our employees.

  • The HSSE Compliance Manual (Chapters 1-7) describes the site procedures required by regulatory requirements.
  • The HSSE Compliance Manual (Chapter 8) describes the Site HSSE policies and procedures (see left-hand column) describing additional minimum requirements for the site that have been endorsed by site management.
  • The EMS website describes the Environmental Procedures required for ISO14001 certification.
  • The Site HSSE policies and procedures (see left-hand column) describe additional minimum requirements for the site that have been endorsed by site management.


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