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Corporate Policies

ASAB MANAGEMENT POLICIES

HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY

At Asab we hold a central value to put the health and safety of all people working in our business and our projects first. As well as being a fundamental principle in what we do, we believe that prioritising and delivering on this leads to a healthy business and contributes to improvements in the industry as a whole.

This approach and belief is underpinned by the following guiding principles:

  • We believe a culture of care is fundamental to delivering on our promises, and by caring for those we work with and who work on our assets, we can reduce the hazards and consequences our activities expose them to
  • We work in a hazardous industry amongst ageing infrastructure and place particular focus on understanding, controlling and mitigating major accident hazards and their effects
  • We ensure risks related to people’s health and safety are adequately identified, controlled or mitigated and that workplace risk-related decision making is done with competence and authority
  • We involve our employees and wider workforce on our projects and expect direct communication of successes, risks and failures, as well as safe intervention of tasks not adequately controlled, no matter where or by whom
  • We lead by example and hold each other accountable
  • We seek continual learning and improvement through the industry and its regulators
  • We ensure appropriate levels of competence in our employees and wider workforce and exercise and train for emergency situations
  • We communicate, monitor and measure our objectives and expectations to employees and the wider workforce
  • We ensure our stakeholders are aware of and actively engaged in our activities that may affect them in respect of health and safety
  • We engage the supply chain to maximise their contribution to the vision of care in a manner that in no way abrogates our own duty and responsibilities in respect of what they deliver for us
  • We believe our employees and others who work on our assets have self-responsibility to take reasonable care of their own health and safety and that of their fellow workers

 ENVIRONMENTAL CARE POLICY

Care of the environment in which we work is a fundamental principle of our business.  Not only must we comply with all applicable legislation, we strive beyond this in all that we do and lead by example. Much of what underpins our care for people is mirrored in how we care for the environment. This policy works under the following principles:

  • We ensure compliance with all applicable legislation and regulations
  • We review by way of formal assessment the impact that our activities may have on the environment
  • We ensure risks related to the environment are adequately identified, controlled or mitigated and that risk-related decision making is done with competence and authority
  • We work in a hazardous industry amongst ageing infrastructure and place particular focus on understanding, controlling and mitigating major accident hazards and their effects on the environment
  • We strive to reduce and mitigate permitted, unplanned and fugitive emissions and waste in our operations and in our design and construction of new assets
  • We involve our employees and wider workforce on our projects and expect direct communication of successes, risks and failures, as well as safe intervention of tasks not adequately controlled and that may have unplanned environmental consequences, no matter where or by whom
  • We have an effective management organisation in place that leads by example and holds each other accountable
  • We seek continual learning and improvement through the industry and its regulators
  • We ensure appropriate levels of competence in our employees and wider workforce and exercise and train for emergency situations
  • We communicate, monitor and measure our objectives and expectations to employees and the wider workforce
  • We ensure our stakeholders are aware of and actively engaged in our activities that may affect them in respect of environmental care
  • We engage the supply chain to maximises their contribution to environmental care in a manner that in no way abrogates our own duty and responsibilities in respect of what they deliver for us
  • We believe our employees and others who work on our assets have self-responsibility to take reasonable actions to care for the environment in which they are working, in particular through complying with all applicable work instructions, procedures and permits

PRIVACY POLICY

By providing your Personal Data to ASAB, you expressly acknowledge that you have read and understood this Privacy Notice.

This Privacy Notice is published on all ASAB websites to ensure it is readily available to all individuals at any point. ASAB reserves the right to amend the Privacy notice from time to time where reasonable to ensure it continues to accurately reflect the way in which we process Personal Data. Any updates or changes to the Privacy Notice will be published on the ASAB website.

The privacy and security of the Personal Data collected from you is a priority to ASAB. It is also important to us that you understand how we handle this data.

ASAB Data Privacy Principles

Data Privacy is built into everything we do. Our data privacy principles apply to everything we do, no matter where we do it. To this end:

  • ASAB takes responsibility for the Personal Data we hold and process.
  • Personal Data is collected and processed fairly, lawfully, transparently and in accordance with the Data Privacy Compliance Policy requirements.
  • Processing of Personal Data is always documented and assessed at the outset to ensure there is the minimum privacy risk and impact to individuals.
  • Personal Data of individuals is always protected, secure and kept confidential.
  • Personal Data is collected only where necessary for legal, regulatory and business purposes and only used for the purposes it was collected for.
  • Personal Data is only retained for as long as is necessary to achieve the original processing purpose or to satisfy our legal and regulatory obligations.

This policy sets out the basis on which any Personal Data we collect from you, or that you provide to us, will be processed by us.

For the purposes of any Data Protection legislation, the Data Controller is Asab Oil Ltd.
What is the basis for processing this Personal Data?

Our processing of Personal Data is aimed purely to allow us to respond to your requests (such as for us to contact you, or to send you information) and is based on the following legal grounds:

Legal Basis Example
Performance of a contract Where we enter into a contract for the provision of products or services, we may need to collect and process your personal data so that we can meet our contractual obligations. This also applies to any pre- contract activity, such as providing a quote or details regarding the products or services that you have expressed an interest in
Regulatory and legal obligations We may collect and process Personal Data to comply with our regulatory or legal obligations. For example, where we are legally obliged to keep records of sales and any associated tax records.
Legitimate commercial interests We may process Personal Data where such processing is necessary to pursue our legitimate commercial interests, such as operating our business and defending legal claims.
Consent Where we rely specifically on consent to collect and process non-mandatory Personal Data, you are not obliged to provide your consent for the use of your Personal Data and you may subsequently withdraw your consent once it has been provided. It should be noted however that this may limit your experience with our resources and services.

Complaints and/or violations of our requirements about the processing of Personal Data should be raised with the Asab management team.

Where an individual is not satisfied with the way we have handled a complaint they may refer the matter to the relevant Data Protection Regulator for further consideration.

The above policies form part of our overall Management System that aligns our wider regulatory compliance with our policies, standards and ways of working and are fundamental to achieving good care of our staff and the environment and are reviewed regularly for compliance.