Safety first, and always
With safety the highest priority at AGIG, we are continually striving to achieve Zero Harm. We believe that all incidents are preventable, and so we continually review our work practices and monitor our performance to ensure the ongoing safety of our employees, customers and the public.
To achieve Zero Harm, we work to:
• Maintain public safety through safe pipeline operations
• Provide a safe and healthy workplace, free of occupational injuries and illness
• Create a culture and environment where every employee is personally committed to managing health and safety
• Act consistently with AGIG’s values, including working in a safe and professional manner
We maintain a strong, focused safety culture that reinforces and strengthens the business. Comprehensive policies, procedures and training support a Zero Harm work environment.
Learn more about our approach to Zero Harm:
Health and Safety Policy >
Zero Harm Principles >
Statement of Commitment >
Fitness For Work >
AGIG recognises its responsibility to conduct business in a way that protects and improves the state of the environment for future generations. We understand that the long-term well-being of society, the well-being of employees and the strength of our business depends on our commitment to a sustainable environment.
AGIG is committed to working with relevant regulators and community stakeholders to ensure that its activities are conducted in a manner that minimises environmental impacts to as low as reasonably practicable. This includes operating in a manner that promotes energy and materials conservation, as well as waste reduction.
For a number of years, AGIG has been working in conjunction with Landcare to support a range of environmental projects. This has included delivering trapping and baiting supplies to the Yaburara and Coastal Mardudhunera Aboriginal Corporation (YACMAC) to eradicate feral cats in the Fortescue River Mouth region and ultimately relieve the threat of predation on nesting turtles and threatened Northern Quolls in the area. Additional support has been provided through similar projects across WA in the Mid West, Wheatbelt and Peel regions to assist local landholder groups.