At Triangle Energy, health and safety is our top priority.
We are committed to protecting the health and safety of all people, ensuring that our activities have minimal impact on the environment and greater community.
We operate a portfolio of oil assets, in the Perth Basin in Western Australia and we are committed to maintaining our License to Operate, which takes precedence in all our operations.
Our vision is that while undertaking our activities we will cause “No Harm” and that:
- All accidents are preventable
- No task is so important that the risk of injury to people is justified
- Our environment will suffer no long-term effects. We will protect and minimise the impact of our activities on the environment
We are responsible for providing employees and contractors with a safe and healthy work environment and for ensuring they have the skills, knowledge and competence to undertake work in a safe manner. This means providing opportunities for learning, as well as reinforcing and monitoring the application of required competencies and behaviours on the job.
Our aim is to operate in a safe, compliant and reliable manner. All of our staff seek to demonstrate the right safety behaviours, ask the right questions and constantly improve procedures across all our assets and joint ventures partnerships.
Triangle has developed its own Onshore and Offshore Safety Case manuals which have been approved by the Regulatory Authorities the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) and the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) and these are maintained and updated on a regular basis to ensure the safety of all staff and contractors and minimise impact on the environment.