HSE Introduction

PEAK HSE Management System defines the principles by which we conduct our business and operations with regards to health, safety, and the environment.

Management team is responsible to communicate the HSE commitment to all employees, clients,contractors, and other third parties associated with our business. Each PEAK segment must provide evidence of conformance to the system in its routine business/operations.

The HSE Management System comprises eight interrelated components:

Management Leadership and Commitment

PEAK Management is required to lead all aspects of HSE Management by committing to positive actions in all operations, and showing their leadership.

Policy and Strategic Objectives

PEAK HSE Policy requires the company to follow a systematic approach to HSE management and is designed to ensure compliance with the law and to achieve continuous performance improvement.

Organization, Responsibilities, Resources and Standards

The organization and resources shall be adequate for its purpose. Responsibilities at all levels shall be clearly described, communicated and understood.

Hazard and Effect Management Process

The objective of undertaking Hazard and Effect Management Process(HEMP) is to ensure that all the hazards involved with a specific operation are identified, evaluated ...

Planning and Procedures

This section addresses the planning of work activities, including the risk reduction measures (selected through the evaluation and risk management process)

Implementation and Monitoring

This section addresses how activities are to be performed and monitored, and how corrective action is to be taken when necessary.


An audit program shall be in place to review and verify effectiveness of the management system. It shall include audits by auditors independent of the process ...


A formal process shall be in place for top/senior management to review the effectiveness and suitability of the MS in managing