Our Commitment to Health, Safety, and the Environment

At Flosmart Energy Services, we take the health, safety, and well-being of our employees, customers, and the environment very seriously. We are committed to upholding the highest standards of HSE performance in all of our operations




    At Flosmart Energy Services, we are dedicated to continuously improving our HSE performance and to protecting the health, safety, and well-being of our employees, customers, and the environment. We believe that by prioritizing HSE, we can not only create a better and safer workplace, but also contribute to a sustainable future for all.

The 12 Life Saying Rules

Fire Safety

Fire prevention is an important aspect of ensuring the safety of individuals and communities.

The importance of fire prevention:

Fires can have serious consequences, including loss of life, injury, and property damage. By taking steps to prevent fires, we can reduce the risk of these outcomes occurring.

Common causes of fires:

There are many factors that can contribute to the start of a fire, including electrical issues, cooking accidents, smoking, and more. It is important to be aware of the potential causes of fires in order to take steps to prevent them.

Fire prevention in the home:

Fire prevention in the workplace:

Employers have a responsibility to ensure the safety of their employees and prevent fires in the workplace. This can be achieved through:

Fire prevention in the community:

Communities can take steps to prevent fires by:

What to do in the event of a fire:

In the event of a fire, it is important to remain calm and take the following steps:

By following these guidelines and taking steps to prevent fires, we can help keep ourselves, our families, and our communities safe.

What to do in a fire breakout

If a fire breaks out in an office, it is important to remain calm and take the following steps:

  1. Evacuate the building:
    The first priority in the event of a fire is to ensure that everyone in the building is safely evacuated. Follow the evacuation plan for the building and meet at the designated location.
  2. Do a head count:
    After mustering, a head count should be done while using the attendance register, this ensures that everyone is accounted for.
  3. Call Emergency Services:
    Once everyone is safely out of the building, call emergency services to report the fire. Be sure to give the operator the location of the fire and any other important details.
  4. Use a fire extinguisher:
    If the fire is small and contained, and you have been trained to use a fire extinguisher, you may be able to extinguish the fire. Remember to aim the nozzle at the base of the fire, not at the flames.
  5. Stay low:
    If the fire is too large or you are unable to extinguish it, stay low to the ground and exit the building as quickly as possible. This will help you avoid inhaling smoke and other harmful fumes.
  6. Stay out:
    Once you have safely evacuated the building, do not go back inside. Wait for the fire department to arrive and follow their instructions.
  7. It is important to note that the best way to fight an office fire is to prevent it from occurring in the first place. Employers should ensure that all employees are trained on fire prevention and safety procedures, and that the office is equipped with appropriate fire prevention equipment, such as smoke alarms and fire extinguishers.

Rivers State fire Emergency numbers

Rivers State Fire Service:0703-152-2199

Shell Fire Service: 0807-022-2583

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