Safety is our number one and overriding priority, whether protecting our people, the environment, or our neighbouring communities and our country, we work endlessly with safety at the forefront of everything we do.
Our goal is for zero injuries and illnesses. Our EHS&S program goes far beyond the legal requirements, at the forefront is our unparalleled commitment to eliminating work-related incidents, occupational illness, improving the environment and ensuring the safety and security of our people. Our EHS&S program is designed for continuous improvement and a culture of excellence vital to sustainable top quartile performance.
Our strong nuclear safety culture is evident in our daily rituals, we have a collective commitment that emphasises safety over competing goals to ensure protection of people, environment, and the clients we serve.
Because we principally operate in a regulated sector, we welcome and follow the requirements set forth by the regulatory body the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) and the Environment Agency of Abu Dhabi (EAD).
FANR protects the UAE’s public, the environment, and its workers by conducting nuclear regulatory programs in safety, security, radiation protection and safeguards, which fulfil key objectives in licensing and inspection in accordance with best international practices. FANR also oversees the implementation of the UAE’s obligations under the international treaties, conventions, and agreements in the nuclear sector, and determines administrative standards, which support excellence in regulation.
For more information about FANR, please visit: www.fanr.gov.ae
Good governance is essential for creating the long-term viability of our business and the economic development of the communities where we operate. The board has developed and ratified a set of principles which sets out its approach to operate within a clear governance framework.
At ATOMENA, we believe that good ethics are the foundation for a respectful work environment and good business. Unethical behaviour can severely impact the trust stakeholders place in our organisation and compromise our abilities to meet our objectives. ATOMENA is committed to embedding ethical practices throughout our daily operations and seek to be a trusted partner of our clients, suppliers, and communities in which we operate.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal set of goals to end poverty, protect the environment and ensure prosperity for all as part of the global sustainable development agenda. Adopted by the United Nations (UN) member states in September 2015, the SDGs will shape government, business, and civil society priorities to 2030. There are 17 SDGs, each supported by specific targets to be achieved over 15 years, which relate to economic development, social and inclusion and environmental sustainability.
ATOMENA has analyzed the SDGs and assessed where our operations have the potential to positively impact the 17 goals. In the areas where we make the biggest impact, ATOMENA include a synopsis of how our business aligns with each specific goal.
For more information about the United Nations (UN) sustainable goals, please visit:https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/
ATOMENA welcomes and celebrates different perspectives to help us, our clients, and our people achieve enduring results. Our commitment to diversity, inclusion and collaboration is key to building extraordinary teams.
ATOMENA hires people with remarkable abilities, aptitudes, and welcomes them in an environment where they can stand out and excel.
ATOMENA’s performance is driven by our people, including our local and exceptional talent. Our aim is 50% Emiratisation of in-focus positions or positions that can feasibly be Emiratised by 2025.
Developing a national capability and capacity in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is a core value of ATOMENA. Promoting knowledge transfer and education is essential to meeting the workforce requirements of the United Arab Emirates’ modern, diversified economy.