Dallas International Ltd  has formalized its affiliation with its  clients by establishing a win-win relationship with a major player in the Engineering sector in Cameroon and Central Africa which will effectively and efficiently provide clear cut solutions at all times.



Based on the current engineering market dynamics, we can potentially play a substantial role in fostering uptake and usage of the expertise and services by increasing production while reducing cost and lost time services.

HSE Objectives:

Dallas International Limited objectives with regards to occupational health and safety are:

  • To achieve best work practice in Health and Safety performance on all operations.
  • To adopt a planned systematic approach to occupational Safety, Health and Environmental management issues.
  • To encourage employee involvement in HSE matters.
  • To create a culture in which Safety and Health are entrenched in daily business practices.
  • To reduce occupational injuries and ill health by adopting a proactive approach.
  • To minimize the risk of personal injury, property and environmental damages through the development of emergency response plans.
  • To comply with both local and international HSE standards and legislations.
1 Working safely Using the five senses to identify risk at work.
2 Risk Identification How to identify risk at work. Types of risk involved in construction projects.
3 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Types of PPE, Importance of using the right type of PPE. PPE recommended for construction projects.
4 Life Saving Rules 12 life saving rules for contractors and the consequences of violations
5 Hand and Power tools Right type of tool for the job and how to use hand tools safely to avoid injury to personnel
6 Slip and Fall How to identify and remove obstacle in order to prevent injuries from slipping , tripping and falling
7 Waste management waste segregation, waste disposal and environmental protection
8 Ladder safety Types of ladders and how to prevent accident
9 Fire  fighting Triangle of fire, fire prevention strategies and fire fighting technique
10 Log out/Tag out Importance, use and procedure to carry out LOTO
11 Accident /Near misses reporting and investigation Importance of reporting near misses and accidents and procedure for reporting and investigation
12 Emergency Response Emergency response plan and procedures
13 House keeping Importance of housekeeping as a means to prevent accident
14 Electrical How to avoid injuries and accidents from electricity.
15 Fall protection Proper use of body harness, scaffolds etc to prevent fall
16 Machine guarding Importance of guards on machinery equipments
17 Respiratory protection Types and use of various respiratory equipment
18 Scaffolding Types and proper use of scaffold. Scaffold Safety
19 Drug and Alcohol abuse Impact of drug and alcohol in the work environment. Consequences of violating policies on substance abuse
20 Noise Required Noise level and how to measure.
21 Traffic and Access Transportation policy, speed limit, seat belt, road safety signs, vehicle pre-use checks.


HSE Critical Element Performance Assurance

All maintenance activities are scheduled and co-ordinated using a Client PC-based system available, with a dedicated post responsible for management of the system. The system contains an inventory of all the equipment on all the platforms and schedules routine maintenance, inspection and testing in accordance with the equipment manufacturer recommendations. Obsolete equipment is identified and isolated using blank flanges.

In addition to the scheduled maintenance co-ordinate by the Main server system, routine inspections are carried out on all key platform systems, like the production and emergency equipment.  Records of these inspections are maintained in the Maintenance Supervisor’s office. These routine inspections are further supplemented by pre-use checks performed by equipment operators like the fast rescue boats and the cranes.

Regular surveys are carried out to assess the condition of all topside equipment, structures and plant from a Safety viewpoint

All overdue items are benchmarked monthly by the Main saver operator with the Maintenance Supervisor and are reviewed with the Operations Supervisor and Managers.

Provide Health Safety and Environment (HSE) policy signed by the CEO.

Also provide an instance in form of photo or video of an expert giving first hand training on safety measures.

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