S.C. FORAJ SONDE S.A. VIDELE has created and implemented an integrated management system in the field of quality, environment and OSH, in accordance with the international standards SR EN ISO 9001:2015, SR EN ISO 14001: 2015, SR OHSAS 18001:2008 and it has been conceived so that the organization might keep under control the quality of the executed products, their own environment issues and OSH risks and continuously improve its performances.
In every work places are applied international standards security, health, environment and quality, but also international rules of good practice in oil (API, IADC, OSHA), the Romanian legislation and relevant international rules and regulations related Work permit system (PTW), security analysis at work (JSA).
We have policies and procedures that are implemented in all aspects of our business and operations.
- all the risks and developed control measures to meet the minimum and reasonable acceptable industrial safety practices, which may exist as a result of company activities. We positively and actively promote occupational health protection of company employees and our sub-contractors.
- the best safety practices, provides training as required and conducts operations in a way that eliminates risk to ALARP in order to avoid personnel injuries to employees and sub-contractors, and to protect property from potential damages.
- we have taken steps to minimize any adverse environmental affects through waste management procedures.
As contractor, we can ensure compatibility between our HSEQ management system and that of clients we work for. Subcontractors who work with and for us also should respect the HSEQ requirements of the clients.
Raport de informare a publicului - trimestrul 4/2018
Politica referitoare la calitate. de mediu si OH&S
Raport de informare a publicului - trimestrul 3 /2018
Plan de reducere a cantitatii de deseuri
Raport de informare a publicului - trimestrul 2 / 2018
Environmental policy 2018
Raport de informare a publicului - trimestrul 1 / 2018
Environmental policy 2017
Raport trimestru 4-2017