It is the policy of PARKER that all persons are entitled to a healthy, safe and secure environment. To that end, the health and safety of all our employees and clients shall be a constant determining factor in our project planning stages, and in our everyday work. PARKER believes that safety is not only a key part of every job, at every level of the organization, but that a culture and environment can be created in which safety hazards or incidents can truly be prevented.

The desire of most companies in the oil and gas business is to create an environment and culture where safety and environmental hazards are eliminated - however the road to this objective has not been an easy or obvious one - there are still environmental events, injuries and deaths that occur on a day-to-day basis.

PARKER believes that while safety moments, safety statistics, hazard assessments, etc. are important tools in combating unsafe acts, the true path to a "culture of safety" is through the actions and visibility of leadership in relation to HSE issues and visibility

   to events when they do unfortunately happen. In this manner HSE becomes a continuous life learning process for those Involved.

Based on this practical and simple philosophy PARKER leadership is responsible to develop the proper attitude and standard job planning performance that will enable our organization to meet our safety expectations and objectives and those of our clients.

The commitment to the program by all levels of leadership is firm, unwavering, and transmitted to all levels of our organization in every aspect of our work. Our employees, in turn, are aware of our leaderships commitment to prevention of harm and are prepared to implement that standard of commitment, which enables us to be a leader in our industry. This policy illustrates the recognition and acceptance by our leadership of the fact that safety and production are inseparable; therefore, planning for accident prevention and zero harm shall be incorporated into all phases of our work.

PARKER Prime Responsibility Of Management At Every Level To Ensure The Following HSE Policy :

  1. Manage our operations with diligence and with the awareness that our goal is to protect human health, safety, and the environment protection by employing best controlled mechanisms, processes and procedures.
  2. Comply with relevant HSE legislation and provide self-monitoring to ensure compliance.
  3. Publish HSE Policy internally by communication to all employees, posting documents on notice boards and externally to all interested parties on request.
  4. Train our employees to apply best HSE practices and permit them to Stop    any type of job at any stage of operations that may have hazardous impact on human Health, Safety, and the Environment.
  5. Continual improvement of the HSE management System ensuring efficient and effective HSE Performance by complying with the requirement of ISO 14001
  6. The company is committed to environmental protection and the prevention of accidental loss of resources that affect our employees and the company’s profitability by focusing on our primary environmental concerns, which consist of the appropriate use of natural resources, prevent pollution, management of waste, land contamination, efficient use of energy, material storage, water discharges and emissions to air.
  7. The company is committed to occupational health & safety protection for all our employees, and our contractors who visits our buildings and facility by ensuring that all personnel are competent and capable in conducting safe and correct operational practices and are able to immediately stop and take timely corrective and preventive action when potentially unsafe or harmful conditions are identified.
  8. Enhanced communications, Involvement and discussion with employees, contractors and suppliers regarding our HSE performance in order to develop and maintain an Environmental Strategy as a systematic means to address significant environmental aspects and impacts.
  9. Conducting regular inspections and audits to measure the HSE performance and assessment of compliance with the HSE policy, relevant to legislation company’s requirement.

Health Risk Management (HRM)

A health risk assessment (HRA) is a health questionnaire, used to provide individuals with an evaluation of their health risks and quality of life. Commonly a HRA incorporates three key elements – an extended questionnaire, a risk calculation or score, and some form of feedback i.e. face-to-face with a health advisor or an automatic online report

Cost-benefit analysis provides a methodology for choosing the optimal control decision in environmental health risk management cases. It does not, however, offer guidance on how to minimize the chance that because of uncertainty regarding risks or costs, the choice made will turn out to be inferior to other feasible choices.

Statistical decision theory provides one approach for addressing issues of uncertainty in environmental decision making. This paper illustrates the development and application of a computer program that uses decision theory and numerical methods to evaluate alternative strategies for making research and control decisions under uncertainty. Based on user-supplied descriptions of the cost and efficiency of control options and probabilistic estimates of population exposure and toxicity, the program determines the largest amount of money that should be spent to improve estimates of exposure and of risk and indicates the relative efficiency of concentrating research efforts on resolving each component uncertainty.

The dependence of several measures of the value of information (VOI) on the initial level of uncertainty is examined, as is the sensitivity of these measures to conditions of the decision problem, such as the number of available strategies and the monetary value assigned to a statistical life. Using the computer program and accompanying guidelines presented in this paper, decision-makers can improve the quality of information-gathering efforts and can move more confidently from the research phase to the implementation of control technologies.

1.    Provide employees with a snapshot of their current health status.
2.    Enable individuals to monitor their health status over time.
3.    Provide employees with concrete information thus preparing them for lifestyle change.
4.    Help individuals get involved with health coaching.
5.    Provide important information concerning employees' readiness to change.
6.    Help employers measure and monitor population health status.
7.    Provide employers with important information that can help them build results-oriented
       health promotion programs.
8.    Can provide employers with important information on productivity.
9.    Allow employers to evaluate changes in health behavior and health risks over time.
10.  Engage both employers and employees in the health management process.


PARKER Quality Assurance in Business Activities

PARKER  Quality Assurance System (PCQAS©) is there to give you confidence in the quality of our products through its tight specifications and strict  procedures.       



PARKERis recognized nationally for its proven track    record in delivering products & services of consistently high quality. This is attributable to a combination of our unique product technology, comprehensive quality assurance programs, operational efficiency and sophisticated production process – all supported by our highly skilled and experienced staff.

We Maintain and in-house national technical center which focuses on R&D, as well as providing technical expertise and support to our customers throughout Africa and Middle East. Our team of technical specialists is dedicating to ensuring our products are thoroughly tested at every stage – from the selection at the start of the production process, right through to delivery.



Our products stewardship and rigorous quality management practices reflect our commitment to delivering the highest quality products that perform on the road. Our commitment to quality is recognized by quality certificates.

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