Dana Energy has maintained its focus on safety as the core of its business with enforcements through preventive safeguards to eliminate and reduce the severity of incidents, along with preparing and training responder teams to tackle upcoming emergency events including natural disasters, pandemics and operational incidents. More specifically, Dana Energy has allocated Emergency Response Plan (ERP) and Emergency Response Team (ERT) staff at all operations, to appropriately react and respond to events regardless of their size, severity or cause. This is to mitigate risks and avoid missing the golden period of saving lives. Moreover, at operations, the employees are trained and educated in regard to associated risks and are well-prepared should an emergency event occur. This is practiced by performing emergency response drills at Dana Energy operations, facilities and offices.
Moreover, our Integrated Management System (IMS) is the foundation and framework for our process safety management, serving as a guideline for the process safety expectations in the entirety of our management systems. The IMS integrates the process safety risk management system throughout the lifecycle of the project, established from prior to operations up to the final demobilization stage. Furthermore, the necessary safeguards put in place with respect to IMS are constantly validated and are strictly maintained and monitored to prevent and mitigate the consequences associated with process safety incidents. At Dana Energy, we firmly believe that the safety culture can only be achieved as a team and by working together, where each employee acts as a safety ambassador, where everyone is mutually safe.