Fluor's Health, Safety and Environmental Management System is designed to integrate
the management of HSE practices into one program that embraces a project or activity
from beginning to end and is consistent throughout the company globally. The use
of an integrated, consistent company-wide approach has provided efficiencies in
the execution of work; competitive advantage to clients through reliability and
reduced risk; improved tracking that indicates the manner in which the company is
managing its HSE impact; and greater opportunities to provide solutions to HSE challenges.
Fluor approaches health, safety, and the environment from a combination of bedrock
principles and extensive knowledge obtained over many decades of experience. Fluor's
achievements are based on high-impact activities and uncompromised values.
ZERO Incidents Program
Fluor's ZERO Incidents Program is designed to recognize superior and sustained HSE
performance, upgrading the Fluor performance, recognition, and reward program started
in 1994 to achieve zero accidents, and setting a new industry standard for safety
(Managing Safety to Zero)
At site locations, Fluor's proprietary MS20
program measures HSE indicators to aid improvement of working conditions on a continual
is a web-based, centralized database program for tracking and trending leading and
trailing indicators. Information obtained from key indicators, such as daily audits,
near-miss incidents, and hazards eliminated, are input to produce trend results.
Project management analyzes these trend results to prevent or reduce incidents.