Our vision at GEOLOG is to ensure we meet or exceed all health, safety and environmental (HSE) expectations of our stakeholders and strive to improve our H,S&E performance on a continuous basis. As such, GEOLOG’s HSE requirements are:
GEOLOG HSE Management System is certified under the international standards ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental Management System) and OHSAS 18001:2007 (Occupational Health and Safety Management System) by DNV-GL for its main locations in Amsterdam and Dubai (headquarters), Luanda (main operational base of Sub-Saharan Africa) and Ijmuiden (operational base for North Sea region). These certifications are integrated by the ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management System) both for office/base and rig site activities.
Executive Management is fully committed to our HSE vision through constant personal involvement, including review meetings, audits and the provision/assignment of resources. The GEOLOG corporate HSE policy statement is issued directly by the President of the Company, Mr. Antonio Calleri. The HSE function within GEOLOG has grown significantly to maintain pace with the increased expectations of customers and regulatory bodies globally as operations have expanded.
To comply with international standards and clients’ requirements, GEOLOG constantly monitors and evaluates the effectiveness of its HSE system targets. For this reason, many KPIs are evaluated and regularly reported to senior management, such as, the man-hours worked, the number of lost time injuries  (LTI), the LTI frequency rate  (LTIFR), the total recordable incident rate (TRIR)  and all statistics related to minor incidents and environmental spills. In 2016, GEOLOG worked approximately 2 million man-hours worked with zero fatalities, zero lost time injuries, and zero environmental spills.
 A Lost Time Injury (LTI) is a work-related injury occurred to an employee in which a physician or licensed health care professional recommends day(s) away from work.
 The Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) is calculated as the number of Lost Time Injuries per million hours worked in the period analyzed.
 The Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) is calculated as the number of Fatalities, Lost Time Injuries and Medical Treatment Cases per million hours worked in the period analyzed.