Islamabad: Pakistan’s leading large-scale engineering company, Descon Engineering Ltd. (DEL), has worked towards becoming a benchmark for the industry by achieving excellence in Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE). Recently, the company has been recognized for its safety standards by various clients.
DEL received accolades from organizations across the Middle East and Pakistan. Some of them being: General Electric (G.E) and Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) in UAE, Shell and Q-Chem in Qatar, OQ in Oman, Lotte Chemicals and OGDCL in Pakistan. The organization has also shown its commitment to prioritizing the highest standard of HSE and zero loss time injury (LTIs). While remaining dedicated to this by maintaining the safety and health of all stakeholders, internal and external; as well as, ensuring that there is a safe return for everyone through focused leadership, engaged teams, and effective communication.
Speaking about the achievement, DEL’s CEO Taimur Saeed said, “DEL is honored to be recognized for its focus and efforts on safety of its workers. It is never easy to manage safety and that is why our teams have strategically designed mechanisms to demonstrate personal ownership of HSE matters through visible leadership at every level. We want to continue empowering all employees to actively report unsafe conditions and actions so that the HSE culture improves and becomes more transparent. We are proud of the work we are doing and remain committed to maintaining the same momentum going forward.”
Globally, HSE is considered a top priority due to its significance in safeguarding human lives and properties, especially in high-risk industrial sectors. The organization has continued to work with this Dedication by integrating HSE and behavioral safety for sustainable growth in its business processes and has designed a specialized central framework that promotes accountability. The brand continues to participate in multiple certifications to encourage participation, consultation and behaviors on HSE-related matters.