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A long-standing HSE commitment to the highest standards
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Global Stewardship HSE

Schlumberger has a long-standing HSE commitment to the highest standards for the health and safety of our employees, customers, and contractors as well as to the protection of the environment in the communities in which we live and work.

Performance Improvement

Schlumberger captures its own performance data via QUEST, an online system that provides immediate consolidation of HSE information. Accessible by all employees, QUEST monitors reporting of HSE events and Risk Identification Reports (RIRs), facilitates investigations and records audits, manages remedial work plans (RWPs), shows improvement suggestions, posts recognitions, tracks HSE training, and facilitates HSE reports and data analysis.

Sharing best practices

Schlumberger has a long-standing commitment to share best practices through HSE technical papers and other means and is a recognized industry leader in HSE performance.

Schlumberger Worker Inspecting Equipment Wearing HSE Gear
Schlumberger worker with appropriate ppe gear.

HSE Management System

The Schlumberger HSE Management System defines the principles by which we conduct our operations worldwide with regards to health, safety, and the environment. Management communicates the HSE philosophy to all employees, customers, contractors, and third parties associated with our business, and each Schlumberger organization must provide positive evidence of conformance to the system.

The HSE Management System model comprises eight interrelated components:

  • commitment and leadership and accountability
  • policies and objectives
  • organization and resources
  • contractor and supplier management
  • risk management
  • business processes
  • performance monitoring and improvement
  • audits and reviews.

These are continuously improved by conformance checks:

  • on day-to-day standards and procedures (controls)
  • on the management system (correction)
  • through modifications to the management system (improvement).
Schlumberger workers in ppe gear on an offshore rig.

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