Quality, Health, Safety and Environment Management System


We are committed to perfecting operational execution in the oilfield and our unwavering promise of high reliability provides the framework for executing our business to the most demanding standards with exceptionally consistent performance.

Pamir Energy’s Quality, Health, Safety and Environment (QHSE) management system is an integrated approach based on high standards of integrity and consistency. It includes our responsibilities, policies, standards, corrective and preventative actions and document control. Our system doesn’t stand alone but is unified with other processes and systems throughout our organization including supply chain, sales, human resources, finance, and others to create efficiencies and collective responsibility.

Each employee, customer, contractor, and visitor has the right to a safe workplace. We have luanched a compaign called "getting everyone managing safety" under our corporate global operational excellence framwork.

No One Gets Hurt

Our Target Zero program engages employees in job safety practices, hazard identification, and protection of the environment, while giving them the right to refuse unsafe work individually or collectively.

Our Standards are Enforced

Whether in transit, on location, or at an office or base, Pamir rigorously enforces our own standards for safety and environmental protection, as well as those of our customers and regulators worldwide.

We are Compliant

Our industry is highly regulated, and Pamir is compliant in how we operate and how we prepare for emergencies such as spills, equipment failure, accidents, sabotage, or other incidents that could result in environmental damage.

Quality Assurance

It’s not optional; it’s how we do our work.

A quality management system is a set of coordinated processes and procedures that Pamir has developed to achieve service quality. Pamir operates and maintains a quality system based upon the requirements of ISO 9001:2015, which is the world’s most widely implemented quality standard.

The purpose of a quality system is to consistently meet or exceed customer requirements, with the goal of continual improvement. The system performance is monitored through key performance indicators (KPIs) that are tracked and communicated both internally and to customers. Audits are conducted periodically to verify compliance to requirements and identify opportunities for improvement.