Ensuring people's safety and the protection of the environment is the most important commitment we have at Repsol. That's why we work every day to improve safety in our operations wherever we are, focusing on facilities, processes, and people from a standpoint of prevention and anticipating events.
Our systems and regulations are very advanced — but in addition to maintaining and enhancing them, we also work on learning throughout the organization.
To be successful, knowledge about safety must be shared and reach all the different areas, businesses, and facilities. A lesson learned is knowledge gained through reflection on an experience or process that could have relevant consequences for safety or the environment and which is shared for the sake of continuous improvement and learning.
We are continuously seeking room for improvement in our research. Here are a few examples:
Our lessons learned can be shared in different ways:
Once our lessons have reached their targets, the managers of the business, area, or facility in question must identify preventative action plans. For learning to take place, it is vital to ensure that the actions defined can be implemented as quickly as possible and that both their effectiveness and the learning process itself are assessed regularly, e.g.:
With this project, we positively contribute to the United Nations' 2030 Agenda through the following SDGs: