At Eni we have always been committed to instilling a culture of safety. For us, this is a fundamental value to be shared with our employees and contract workers – and with local communities – as an essential part of our activities.
We have always been committed to instilling a culture of safety as an essential part of what we do. This is because, in performing our various activities, each of us is a leader where safety is concerned. Every day we can set an example by behaving safely and responsibly.
To promote safety, we have developed measures and activities that enable people to adopt safe and healthy behaviour in all work environments – and in life generally. We are therefore committed to certain key actions, in particular:
Since 2014, we have been organising safety roadshows at industrial sites in Italy and abroad. The purpose of these gatherings, at which top management demonstrate their commitment by meeting employees and contract workers, is to raise awareness of safety issues. The Eni in Safety initiative, first undertaken in 2012, is Eni’s main communication programme for this purpose. Its objective is to reinforce a culture of safety and disseminate these values throughout the organisation. Based on an analysis of the accidents that have occurred at Eni, we have also conducted awareness campaigns relating to safety for tasks done at height and the risks of getting knocked over or crushed. Another aim has been to prevent driving accidents, damage to hands and accidents generally by promoting the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).
The Inside Lessons Learned project was born of a desire at Eni to develop new ways of sharing experiences (lessons learnt) by using home-produced video clips based on real-life accidents that have occurred in the past, as a way of preventing them from happening again.
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