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Atomic oil Botswana is committed to doing business with other operation and as such we have committed to adopt the company’s Safety Health and Environment Policies as well as their control systems that comply with the international SHE standards. Atomic Oil Botswana has aligned its company control to the mining Industry Requirements of OHSAS 18001 (for safety and health) and ISO 14001 (for Environmental). All our operation are made safe in accordance with the Botswana Mines, Quarries, Works and Machinery Act Chapter 44:02 (MQW 7 M Act).

As per Botswana Mines, Quarries, Works and Machinery SHE requirements, all our employees are inducted annually to refresh on matter relating to safety, health and environment. Annual medical examinations are done to all employees to ensure occupational health hazards are identified at an earlier stage and necessary precautions taken thereafter. Our employees are provided with personal protective equipment (PPE) which is of a standard acceptable in the Mining Industry. We have also adopted the requirements of European Directive 89/686/EEC (EN) or similar standards for our PPE. Hence our development of PPE policy elaborating the applicable EN standards and appropriate training to be undertaken.

We have adopted a slogan of “Zero tolerance to injuries” and this is achievable through the following initiatives.


Atomic Oil Botswana is committed to environmental leadership in all of its business activities. We provide policies to ensure a safe and healthy workplace, protecting the environment as well as conserving energy and natural resources. With these policies in place, we believe that we can achieve a healthy and safe environment which we are committed to maintaining it sustainably. This will be achieved through but not limited to the following;

Provide a safe and health workplace and ensure that personnel are properly trained and equipped with the appropriate safety and emergency equipment.

Be an environmentally responsible neighbor in the community where we operate, and correct incidents or conditions that endanger health, safety, or the environment.

Conserve natural resources by adopting pollution prevention practices.

Develop and improve operations and technologies to minimize waste, and other pollution as well as minimize health and safety risks, and disposing of waste safety and responsibly.

Ensure that the principle of Reduce, recycle and re-use is practiced.

Strive continually to improve Atomic Oil Botswana’s environmental management system and performance through participation in the EMS (Environmental Management System) programs offered by Department of pollution prevention and environmental assistance (DPPEA).

. Establish procedures to ensure all that employees are knowledgeable laws and regulations.