Promoting appropriate attitudes and behaviours

PKN ORLEN is working continuously to reduce the risk of workplace emergencies in the long-term horizon. We strictly adhere to applicable laws, standards and internal regulations making up the Comprehensive Prevention System (CPS).

With a view to ensuring acceptable levels of occupational safety in the above-mentioned areas, PKN ORLEN has embarked on a number of measures aimed at improving the level of protection of human life and health. Continuing efforts for the prevention of accidents, breakdowns and fires on the premises of all production plants contribute to the Company’s overall strategy with the goal of minimising the risk of emergencies in the long run.

PKN ORLEN is working continuously to reduce the risk of workplace emergencies in the long-term horizon. We strictly adhere to applicable laws, standards and internal regulations making up the Comprehensive Prevention System (CPS).

The Comprehensive Prevention System is a corpus of internal regulations on occupational safety, fire safety, technical and process safety, and radiation protection, which is subject to on-going monitoring and updates.

Fostering of Group-wide safety culture is supported by good practices, including initiatives such as the ‘Report a Safety Hazard’ programme, the OHS Incentive programme, the Group’s OHS Day, or the ‘Safety First’ programme. Not only do they drive innovative technical solutions, but primarily raise OHS awareness across the Group. We have adopted high safety standards also in relation to our trading partners, taking a proactive approach to risk management.

As a result, PKN ORLEN is positively assessed during external audits, which brings tangible benefits in the form of lower insurance premiums.