Committed to
safety and sustainability

Serica commits to conducting its operations in such a way as not to harm people and minimise the impact on the environment. With the support of our partners, Serica’s goal is to uphold and continuously improve the health, safety and environmental (HSE) performance exemplified at Bruce, Keith & Rhum and to extend this approach to any assets we may acquire in the future.

Serica has created an approved Safety Case for its operatorship of the assets.

The Safety Case is a standard document produced by the operator of a facility which:

  • Identifies hazards and risks
  • Describes how the risks are controlled
  • Describes the safety management system in place to ensure the controls are effectively and consistently applied

Serica’s HSE Policy

Serica is committed to:

  • Complying fully with all applicable legislation and standards
  • Ensuring that all personnel and contractors are aware of their HSE responsibilities and are properly trained to undertake these
  • Creating a safe and healthy working environment for our employees and contractors and all other persons who could be affected by its activities
  • Identifying and controlling the risks and impacts associated with its activities, particularly where the potential exists for major accidents
  • Encouraging the use of the best available techniques to reduce the environmental impact of our operations, particularly with regard to the efficient use of energy and materials, the minimisation of waste and the prevention of pollution;
  • Providing a streamlined mechanism for employees and contractors to raise HSE concerns
  • Recognising and responding to employee and community HSE concerns regarding the company‚Äôs operations
  • Continuously improving its business processes through the implementation of its HSE policies and by the setting of objectives and targets to enhance HSE performance

"Serica will provide the necessary resources to support the implementation of these policy commitments and will ensure that its HSE performance and procedures are subject to audit and review."

Mitch Flegg