Our key priority is the safety of employees and contractors, as well as the residents of the communities in which we operate.
Arrow Energy's Health, Safety and Environment Management System (HSE MS) is a series of controlled documents that enable Arrow to effectively manage its Health, Safety and Environmental practices in a consistent way.
Arrow's HSE MS is aligned with both:
- AS/NZS 4801:200 - Occupational health and safety management systems - Specification with guidance for use
- AS/NZS ISO 14001:2004 - Environmental management systems - Requirements with guidance for use
The HSE Policy establishes the overall principles that underpin Arrow's approach to Health Safety and Environment and Arrow's commitment to target zero. Arrow's HSE Policy is supported by the HSE Standards.
HSE Management Standards
Arrow's HSE Management Standards clearly sets out the minimum, mandatory requirements for Arrow and contractors. The Management Standards:
- set and formalise expectations to staff and contractors
- define what must be achieved in relation to HSE at Arrow
- provide auditable criteria
- establish a basis to drive continual improvement.
Procedures provide detailed instructions on how Arrow meets and implements a particular HSE Standard, or elements thereof. They are mandatory for Arrow activities, as well as for contractors operating under Arrow systems (Mode 1).
A subset of Arrow's Procedures are Critical Procedures. Critical Procedures are documents named in a HSE Standard. Arrow requires contractors operating under their own HSE systems (Mode 2) to have documented procedures that meet or exceed the requirements of both the Standard and the associated Critical procedure(s).
If you require further information or access to any of the guidelines and forms referenced in these procedures, please contact your Contract Holder. Contractors will be advised of any changes or updates to these documents. We thank you in advance for working in partnership with Arrow Energy.