HSSE


Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE)  


Spencer Ogden supplies recruitment services and have successfully sourced, mobilised and looked after the welfare over 25,000 workers in more than 80 countries. With offices strategically placed across Asia Pacific, the Americas and EMEA, Spencer Ogden is truly the recruitment services company of choice to the energy, engineering and infrastructure sectors. In all its locations and through all its operations Spencer Ogden are committed to protecting the health, safety and environment (HSE) of our people and our customers.

Spencer Ogden has a clear commitment to no accidents, no harm to people and no damage to the environment. In line with these goals Spencer Ogden regards the protection of the natural environment together with the health, safety and security (HSSE) of its staff and the communities in which it operates as an integral part of its business.

Owing to the fact that we are not on our Client’s sites / facilities to monitor our workers and because our workers work under our Client’s supervision, direction and control, it is of paramount importance that both our Clients and workers ensure that the Clients HSE and Security standards are fully communicated, understood and fully complied with, as they will supersede the provisions of this policy.

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a global approach to hsse


Spencer Ogden  provides global resources to our Client companies through our three regional hub offices based in the Americas (Houston), Asia Pacific (APAC) (Singapore) and Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) (London). 

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Or for any further enquires, please contact our Global HSSE Manager - Geoff Stacey 

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HSSE Elements

Spencer Ogden investigates all incidents and injuries, including Near Misses, to its workforce to continually improve our own HSSE Management System (HSSEMS) and where appropriate, that of our Clients. Through these investigations, Safety Alerts and or Guidance Notes are issued, as required, to all SO personnel and if appropriate, to the relevant clients. 

Guidance Notes

Guidance Notes are raised when HSSE feels there is a need for the whole organisation to acknowledge and take responsibility to comply with enhancements to the HSSEMS requirements.

View our Guidance Notes