RMS is committed to providing a safe working environment for its employees. We passionately care about the safety of our people and behave as safety leaders. We are committed to preventing injuries and ill health to our people and ensure that all its employees’ returns home safely. We educate our people through training to work safely and prevent accidents. We are focused on assuring the safety of everything we design.

Safety is an absolute. It is the unconditional, non-negotiable part of our business. Every life is precious, the safety of our employees, customers and the public is paramount. Every person is committed to ensuring a hazard-free and safe working environment, going beyond mere compliance of safety rules to building a definitive safety culture. This involves a rigorous implementation of Health, Safety and Quality measures, achieved through leadership engagement, early programme involvement, design, technology selection, risk mitigation and work performance. Besides keeping people safe, our commitment to incident-free operations, ultimately contributes to improved operations, reliability, lower costs, and higher productivity.

As an OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 certified company, we adopt the world’s best practices of Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ). At all our Offices and work site sites the world over, we conscientiously maintain a healthy, safe, sustainable and pollution-free work environment of the highest standards. As a global citizen, we have integrated the performance standards of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) into our HSEQ management system. This helps us to avoid, reduce, mitigate or compensate for the impact on people and the environment and to improve conditions where appropriate. Our efforts in HSEQ and this humanitarian sphere are widely acknowledged by clients, government agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and industry and business authorities.

Safety is implanted into our employees from the first Day. Before new employees are assigned to work, they are taken through safety orientation programs, highlighting hazard identification techniques and emergency procedures. Risk assessment and job safety analysis are mandatory at every site, followed by control measures taken before work commences. Continuous health and safety surveillance is reinforced with safety audits carried out at regular intervals. Regular training that includes safety alerts, mock drills and handling near-miss incidents, is carried out to update knowledge, reinforce familiarity and reduce response time. Monthly safety awards are awarded for best safety practices to motivate to incident-free operations, ultimately contributes to improved operations, reliability, lower costs, and higher productivity.