Our Commitment

Safety Always First

SEDIN has been operating in accordance with the safety management system and safety management regulations which are in conformity with the integrated system of three standards of environment, quality and safety, and has been pursuing the policy of "safety first, giving priority to prevention and performing comprehensive management", and carrying out systemized safety management in an all-round way, and has thus achieved the safety objective of zero casualty in all projects it has ever undertaken.

QHSE Management System

SEDIN believes Quality, HSE and Safety are of great importance. We are all responsible for creating a safe and secure workplace and we protect the environment for the people. We believe HSE is the key to long-term success of our business. Although we spend more time and more money in this regard, it is worthwhile for good HSE performance. SEDIN will continuously pursue excellence in HSE management through continuous improvement.

10 Elements of HSE Management System
  • 1. Leadership commitment, policy objectives and responsibilities
  • 2. Organization, responsibilities, resources and document control
  • 3. Risk assessment and potential hazard control
  • 4. Contractor and supplier management
  • 5. Equipment (Facilities) design and construction
  • 6. Operation and maintenance
  • 7. Change management and emergency management
  • 8. Inspection and supervision
  • 9. Accident treatment and prevention
  • 10. Audit, review and continuous improvement
HSE Management System Certification

HSE management system has passed the certification of API and DNV.

Safety Management Principles

To create a safe working atmosphere and environment, we formulate the mandatory Principles of Safety Management and Life-Saving
Regulations for Employees, which must be understood and observed by our employees and contractors, so as to prevent the occurrence of

major accidents.

Safety Management Principles
  • Recognition to our safety regulations is a requirement for employment
  • Verify the safety condition before work begins
  • Line managers are responsible for the safety in his/her business scope
  • All employees shall have the safety trainings and assessment
  • All employees shall participate in hazard identification and risk control
  • All hazards must be corrected promptly
  • Safety off the job is as important as safety on the job
Employee Life-saving Rules
  • No one shall command or operate against the rules
  • Using mobile phone is prohibited while driving
  • Smoking or firing is prohibited in No Fire area
  • No anesthetic drugs while working
  • No alcohol while driving
  • Personal Protective Equipment must be used correctly
  • Authorization must be obtained before special operations
  • Wear the seat belt