Salillari ltd is committed to ensure and maintain a healthy and safe work environment, with the goal of improving it continuously.

This can only be achieved by meeting the set objectives and striving to go the extra mile (beyond what is required by the applicable legislation) and by stimulating commitment to health, safety and environment among the staff, contractors and visitors of Salillari ltd.



New people at Salillari may not be familiar with how we manage HSE in our workplace.


The Salillari ltd prioritizes Health, Safety and Environmental Protection throughout its activities. In addition, we aim at creating a culture of workplace accident and incident prevention, in order to achieve progressive safety and a safe and healthy work environment.

The company is committed to meet all applicable legal requirements and comply with the ISO 45001 Standards: 2018 on workplace health and safety and to promote a culture of continuous improvement and risk prevention, which stands at the core of its Workplace Health and Safety Strategy.


The senior management of the “Salillari ltd” company has documented, authorized and issued an HSE Policy. This Policy addresses the legal requirements concerning HSE and the commitment to prevent accidents, as well as and provides a framework for setting and reviewing objectives and standards under ISO 45001: 2018.

The main Policies applied by our company are:

  • The Environmental Policy;
  • The Safety Policy;
  • The Work Stoppage Policy;
  • The Behind Schedule – Alcohol Policy.


Salillari ltd and each of its business units must state objectives related to environment, health and safety in the annual business plans within the plan review period, with the aim of achieving continuous improvement.

These objectives include details on resources that will be allocated to the HSE training and auditing programs, new initiatives proposed and specific HSE objectives, against which performance can be measured.

Objectives have been identified and discussed with stakeholders and subordinates, have been agreed upon and have been included in the Objectives’ Programs. The objectives and programs are communicated to the relevant staff and monitored by the Board of Directors. The program is reviewed regularly by the Board of Directors and is amended, updated or expanded accordingly. Any unresolved matters are reviewed with the relevant persons and if necessary changes are made to the target dates.


Leadership and Commitment

The Salillari ltd senior managers lead by example and never become consciously involved in an unsafe action or situation. We give all our staff our support and know-how. Safety is our number one priority. We encourage and actively supports initiatives to improve HSE, because HSE is the main order of business in all our meetings. The management demonstrates business conduct and practices that are proportionate with a culture of the best global health and safety performance.


A Training Needs Analysis is conducted for every staff member, considering his/her role and expected tasks. This results into a Training Matrix for each project, focusing on the required training for all staff, which is then followed up by the relevant project HSE team. The information is used to complete the Training Matrix and all the required training is recorded in the Matrix along with the completion date.


The Health and Safety Management System defines the proactive performance measuring. It includes routine inspection of specific articles, specific inspections and compliance check with the systems, using a range of tools, such as:

  • Safety Manager Visits
  • Quarterly Appraisal of Operations Managers
  • Legal Monitoring
  • Routine Supervisor Inspections
  • HSE Advisor Inspections


Salillari and Third Party Audits

The Audit Plan is part of the HSE Management System. It is clear that the majority of non-compliance instances will be identified as observations in an inspection report. Many minor non-compliances observed on site are immediately resolved. A timeframe is assigned for serious non-compliance, in order to take the relevant corrective measures.

The facility for issuing formal non-compliance paperwork is included in the Shift Safety Management Board information and in the Formal Auditing process.

Deviation from the Safety Management System may be identified by:

  • Safety Management Shifts;
  • Auditors in the course of their auditing;
  • Supervisors in the course of their duties and routine inspections;
  • HSE inspectors in the course of their routine inspections.