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Dubai Investments highlights HSE achievements in latest report

The company is increasing its HSE targets continuously.


Dubai Investments newest report called the 'Annual Sustainability Report for 2023' explains how the group has fared in the past year.

The report highlighted more than 7,900 hours of Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) training, strong local supplier engagement with 72% local sourcing, and a commitment to empowering woman, with 12.5% of total managerial roles held by women.

Apart from this, the company recorded a 12% decrease in electricity usage and a 9.5% drop in overall greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions compared to 2022 levels. By implementing proactive strategies to lessen dependence on fossil fuels and transition to alternative energy sources, the company managed to obtain 25% of its total energy consumption from sustainable alternatives, demonstrating its dedication to eco-friendly energy practices.

Aiding HSE professionals

Furthermore, significant strides were made through various initiatives, such as the conversion of security patrolling vehicles to hybrid models at the group's subsidiary Dubai Investments Park (DIP). This switch resulted in a remarkable 58% reduction in petrol consumption and a noteworthy 42% decrease in diesel usage.

Over the years, the company has conducted HAZOP (Hazard and Operability Study) and internal training for hazard identification, mitigation, regulatory compliance, Lean methodology, and HSE. Apart from this, divisions within the group have empowered auditors as well. Through this, internal auditors got trained extensively as ISO Auditors, completing the ISO Stage 1 audit for Integrated Quality and HSE system, reaffirming commitment to quality and safety. 

Mohammed Saeed Al Raqbani, head of the Sustainability Committee at Dubai Investments and general manager of Dubai Investments Industries and Masharie, said, “The Group’s relentless pursuit of sustainability is fundamental to Dubai Investments’ operational ethos. The significant strides documented in the 2023 report reflect the Group’s active engagement in environmental management and the commitment to shaping a sustainable future. These efforts are critical to minimising the ecological impact while aligning with the UAE’s sustainability goals."