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Vivo Energy Ghana HSSE

Vivo Energy’s vision is to become Africa’s most respected business. Our commitment to achieving and maintaining the highest international Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) standards is at the heart of our business and is a key differentiator for Vivo Energy Ghana. Being the best in HSSE is not an objective that sits apart from our overall ambitions. It is an integral and essential part of our business plan.

Our focus is on five critical areas:

  • Goal Zero – no harm to people or the environment is our number one priority.
  • Transport safety – we invest significantly in training, technology and the adoption of best practice to continually improve in this area.
  • Process safety – wherever we operate – service stations, terminals, LPG filling plants, tanks, shipping, aviation, customer sites – we place the highest emphasis on process safety.
  • Contractor safe management – we require contractors and partners to manage their HSSE policies and practices in line with ours. 
  • Environmental impact – we actively monitor our environmental impact, act decisively to minimise the impact of any incidents and are transparent in our public reporting.

Vivo Energy Ghana’s HSSE commitment represents the way we think and act and is consistent with our objective of conducting our business in such a manner that earns the trust and respect of our employees and customers, our local community and the wider global audience.

At Vivo Energy Ghana, safety is a collective responsibility, managed through a systematic approach designed to ensure compliance with the law, as well as business continuity and continuous performance improvement.

Realising our HSSE risks go beyond the immediate boundaries of our employees, we continue to extend HSSE training activities and programmes to include our customers, suppliers and contractors.

In this way, we aim to maintain an HSSE performance we can be proud of, thereby earning the confidence of customers, shareholders and society at large, and contributing to sustainable development.