HSE is integral to how PEN Engineering Ltd conducts its business. It is the policy of PENL Management to fulfill both moral and legal responsibility to ensure:-
- A safe working environment and adequate arrangement for employee welfare.
- Compliance with all clients’ HSE requirements.
- Providing such information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure efficient and safe working compliance with all Federal and State statutory guidelines, regulations and laws.
- Systematically observe and document best practices to facilitate continuous improvement.
- Conformance with the International Safety Management (ISM code)
- Routine and frequent audits of the Health and Safety Management System.
PENL has a responsibility to provide quality service to all clients. It is our duty to respond to client’s needs with error free quality service beyond the client’s expectations. In order to achieve quality system objectives, PENL rigorously reviews, inspects and critique every process, product and service prior to deployment.
PENL management takes ultimate responsibility for the adherence to quality systems procedures requirements, codes and regulations by providing employees with the required training and information. Our policy outlines the company’s commitment to the implementation of its quality program and also serves as a reference, ensuring that the system is upheld at all times.
Our quality control program stresses the "Total Quality management" (TQM) philosophy during all aspects of our projects. Throughout the project, quality consciousness is stressed at every level of the organisation, emphasising a team approach to quality.
Local Content Policy
The Nigerian local Content law promotes the empowerment of the local oil industry players. PENL is committed to this law which aims at achieving in-country value creation, growth and technology transfer to the benefit of the Nigerian economy.
PENL has a drive to systematically transfer engineering and technological capabilities from its foreign partners and employee to the locales. Our plan has the following highlights;
- Engage Nigerian resources during design, implementation and support phase of every project.
- Employ qualified Nigerians from the community where project will be executed.
- Train engineers in Nigeria by positioning them to understudy expatriate and experienced resources through on the job training on any project.
- Utilize local materials and human resources to support project delivery.