Life Savers

Valaris has adopted a set of safety practices derived from past learnings and incidents called Life Savers. These Life Savers consist of ten common activities with high potential risk and are vital to achieving no harm to all personnel and visitors at any Valaris facility.

  • These safety practices support our Safety Management System and are highlighted throughout our standards, procedures, and work instructions
  • These safety practices are core to our business and support our Safety Management System.

Safe Systems of Work (SSoW)

At Valaris, we are committed to providing consistent and efficient management of worksite safety, including both personal and process safety. By establishing requirements for prevention and mitigation barriers and defining their relationships, operational hazards can be identified, and risk managed before any work activities are started.

The five key components of Valaris’ SSoW framework specify the minimum requirements that focus on preventing harm to people, environment or plant.

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Behavior-Based Safety Training

Our Behavioral-Based Safety Program supports our effort in preventing incidents and building an interdependent safety culture by:

  • Observing people at work and having an open conversation about safety
  • Correcting unsafe behavior or conditions then reinforcing positive behavior
  • Creating a respectful environment that encourages safety conversations