SIBUR is committed to ongoing and sustainable growth. Among the Company’s top priorities is mitigating its negative impact on the staff and consumers along with reducing its environmental footprint.
To boost performance in line with global best practices, SIBUR has implemented an integrated management system (IMS) based on the following international standards:
- OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management),
- ISO 9001 (Quality Management),
- ISO 14001 (Environmental Management),
- ISO 50001 (Energy Management),
- and ISO/TS 16949, a technical specification setting forth particular requirements for the application of ISO 9001:2008 in automotive and component production.
SIBUR regards the health and well-being of its staff and all stakeholders as a top priority, emphasising it above operating achievements. In view of this, the Company has integrated an OHSAS 18001 compliant occupational health and safety management system into the IMS.
As SIBUR pays particular attention to its customers’ needs and expectations, ISO 9001 has been implemented to develop a management system that will serve to prevent risks to product quality and identify improvement opportunities for internal processes and the system as a whole.
In response to growing environmental and sustainable development concerns of our stakeholders, we introduced an ISO 14001 and 50001 compliant system to manage environmental and energy performance along with environmental risks in order to address the ever-tightening environmental regulations and evolving government energy efficiency policies.
The Company's Board of Directors approved the Integrated Management System Policy for SIBUR and its production sites. It is a single document representing the Company’s intentions and guidance on HSE, product quality and energy efficiency.
IMS Policy is a benchmark for each of the Company’s employees serving as a basis to set HSE targets and shape further action to meet them.