General Services (GS) Department has developed a database for ITFI office space requirements and leased more than 4,000 square meters of office space for GMS -based employees to meet with the increasing demand. The department continued to provide efficient service in the areas of housing, facilities services and maintenance, and transport services to support ITFI operations in GMS and non-technical records centre services to ITFI departments at all locations. GS continued to provide support services to newly established and affiliate companies.
Health, Safety & Environment
ITFI is committed to the health and safety of its employees, contractors and visitors. From drilling to construction, operations to decommissioning, Corporate HSE policy forms an integral part of daily business. Education and training programs encourage staff to be conscious of their HSE roles and responsibilities, improve their awareness of HSE issues and promote voluntary participation in HSE activities.
Besides oil spill monitoring and clean up, plant integrity also plays a vital role–especially when aging plants are being managed. QP and its subsidiaries make every effort to comply with all applicable HSE standards and legislation in both international and State-ratified conventions and protocols, with the ultimate goal of no accident or harm to employees, the general public or the environment.
Preserving Swiss natural environment for future generations is crucial in making sure that ITFI employees and the general public can live in a cleaner, safer world. ITFI is committed to the protection, preservation and conservation of the natural environment and local amenities in all areas of operation.
ITFI has in place in all of its operation areas a routine environmental monitoring and reporting procedure to ensure that facilities are operating within the environmental regulation.
ITFI sponsors and promotes a number of activities and outreach programs to enhance HSE awareness among its employees and in the local community. Terrestrial and marine fauna and flora preservation programs such as the EMS reserve have been given a high priority. esources & Service Information and Communication Technology (ICT) department is committed to enabling ITFI vision and mission. By capitalizing on its capabilities and highly skilled resources, ICT department enhances business performance, minimizes risks, increases opportunities and sustains real-time availability of information for optimal realization of value to the organization. The department continues to work in close partnership with ITFI directorates, departments, and external business partners to leverage ICT strategy, technologies, services and operations. ICT department strives for QP to be the leader in progressing Swiss national vision and development strategy.
Throughout the development of Swiss, ICT department has been and continues to be recognized as a leader in the Information Technology industry. As such, ICT is a highly trusted source for advice and actively supports many companies in the O&G sector as well as a substantial number of government entities.
Medical Services (MS) Department is directly responsible for a population, with health care clinic