Health and Safety: our commitment to Zero Harm 

Atlas Professionals ranks quality, health, safety & environment as our most important concerns and is committed to acquiring necessary certifications and introducing flagship safety programmes such as Zero Harm.   

Safety Comes First 

Atlas Professionals realizes how the unique challenges and characteristics of Energy, Marine & Renewables industries require us to always be on the lookout for opportunities to improve, refine and update our health and safety measures while also maintaining care for the environment. That is why Atlas Professionals is heavily invested in ensuring local and international standardization measures are satisfied along with our Professionals and Clients having access to a steady stream of information on pertinent HSE related topics.

To be able to provide such level of support, Atlas Professionals maintains a constantly updated Atlas Professionals HSE Handbook that has everything our stakeholders may require during their operations – from exploring how to lift objects safely to acquiring necessary work permits, the Atlas Professionals HSE Handbook continues to be a go-to tool for every one of our Professionals! To accommodate our international pool of Professionals from diverse range of backgrounds, our HSE Handbooks are available in four different languages. Besides, our Professionals receive periodic updates regarding related health and safety procedures before, during and after their onboarding. 

HSE Handbook

All our Professionals are required to read and understand this document before traveling to ensure the safety of themselves, their property, the environment, and those working around them.

Zero Harm: Your Safe Return Home

Atlas Professionals ranks the safety of our Professionals as our number one priority and is dedicated to ensuring our Professionals can achieve what matters to them most – coming back home the very same way they commenced their onboarding, with Zero Harm. The Atlas Professionals Zero Harm programme takes its name from this exact goal and lays the foundation for our Professionals to complete their tasks in a safe and efficient manner by creating a specific code of conduct.  

All our Professionals are introduced to the concept of the 7Cs with them being: 

  • Correct Prioritization 
  • Compliance 
  • Communication
  • Continuous Risk Assessment 
  • Caring for Each Other 
  • Coaching/Mentoring 
  • Competency

My Life Saving Rules 


I will always use fall prevention techniques where there is a risk of falling.

Emergency Preparedness

I will always know and understand what I need to do in the event of an emergency.


I know my vehicle is safe to drive and I will drive defensively.

Risk Management

I know what can go wrong on every job and have done what I need to do to stop it happening.


Before starting work I will ensure all energy sources have been isolated and de-energised.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

I will always wear the appropriate personal protective equipment for the task.

In The Line Of Fire

I will not put myself in the line of fire.

Confined Space

I will only enter a confined space when all controls are in place and verified.


I will aim to reduce my environmental footprint by reducing, reusing and recycling wherever possible.

Stop Work Authority

  • All professionals and employees working for Atlas Professionals have the right and obligation to STOP any work that they deem to be unsafe and or the HSE risk is not clearly established or understood.
  • If a task is stopped, it shall not resume until all issues and concerns have been addressed.
  • No professional or employee will be reprimanded for issuing a Stop Work Intervention.
  • Once a job is stopped the correct process will be to notify, correct and then resume.
  • Professionals are to ensure that any Stop Work Interventions are documented via the client’s observation system or to their line manager.
  • Employees of Atlas professionals shall report any Stop Work Interventions to their Team Leader or Business manager who will then follow the Atlas Professionals reporting process.
  • It is vitally important that once a Stop Work Intervention has been initiated, that there is follow-up, any issues are actioned and then closed out accordingly.

We are certified and qualified

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