HSSE Policy

The health and safety of all stakeholders and care for the environment are among our top priorities. We aim at completely eliminating incidents that harm people, or put our assets and the environment at risk.

To achieve this, everyone in our business is expected to take proactive and practical steps to prevent and eliminate risks by making the following commitments:

  • To always set and review standard procedures, processes and guidelines to execute our tasks and ensure compliance.
  • To maintain safe and healthy working conditions for all our stakeholders in all areas of operation.
  • To take proactive steps towards protection of our environment.
  • To ensure that best management practices are implemented and maintained.
  • To comply with all applicable rules and regulations, and apply responsible standards where these regulations do not exist.
  • To ensure contingency plans are in place to deal with emergencies.
  • To ensure that all our employees receive the best available training to qualify them for their work.

MOGAS requires all its stakeholders including employees, customers, suppliers and contractors among others to adhere strictly to our Health, Safety and Environment Policy.


Our mission is to prevent fatalities, injury, ill health and environment pollution. Everything we do is aimed at avoiding harm while enabling work activity to proceed in an environmentally friendly manner.


Health and Safety, Security and Environment management are a high priority for MOGAS. We are committed to maintaining a safe, healthy and sustainable environment wherever we operate – for our people, our customers, our partners and contractors and the community.


Management Systems Overview

By implementing ISO management system standards, organizations can benefit from global management experience and good practice.
An effective management system mainly has the following benefits;

  • Increased customer satisfaction as services and products consistently deliver what they promise.
  • Proper guidelines and procedures
  • More efficient resources
  • Improved risk management, and
  • Pollution prevention

In 2010, MOGAS started implementing ISO 9001 Management System Standard on Quality and was certified against it in 2011;2012 and 2013 for our operations in Uganda, Tanzania and DR Congo respectively.

Towards the end of 2011, implementation of the Safety Management System Standard OHSAS 18001 kicked off for which certification was achieved in early 2012 for our MOGAS Uganda operations. MOGAS Tanzania Limited started implementation of OHSAS 18001 in October 2012.
Similarly, in a bid to protect and preserve the environment, MOGAS Uganda was certified for achievement of the Environment Management System Standard ISO 14001