Controlling risks in service stations. TOTAL TANZANIA stations are designed to ensure safety of people, environment and properties. Each station is equipped with safety equipments such as fire extinguisher, emergency stop button, pump barriers, safety signs and sand buckets. To protect environment all areas susceptible oil spillage have water tight surface and oil water drainage connected to separator. Our staff is regularly trained in order to provide quality service and minimize risks during operations. 


At Total Tanzania, the safety of people and operations, environmental protection, customer satisfaction and listening to stakeholders are the core values.

Industrial hygiene, employee health and product quality are absolute priorities. In line with this, the following three health-related focuses are key aspects of our operations:

  • Workplace Health, for our employees and service providers.
  • Health and the Environment, for people living and working near our facilities or likely to be exposed to them.
  • Health and Products, for our customers throughout the life cycle of our products.

In response to the risks that may arise from our activities, we systematically implement a risk prevention and mitigation process that brings together front-line teams and specialists across all phases, from project design and execution to site dismantling and reclamation.

The process is built on industrial risk analysis and involves:

  • Introducing standards that are applicable across the board.
  • Deploying an organization aligned with the risk management system.
  • Verifying correct application of the system following risk assessments.

This verification takes the form of self-assessment and internal and external inspections and audits.

Road transportation and shipping safety is another key area, especially when hazardous materials are involved.

Appropriate measures and technical and organizational tools are implemented to manage transportation-related risks. They include:

  • The PATROM program to improve road transportation overseas.
  • The Transportation Management System.
  • The General Guidelines for Driving Light Vehicles for Africa and the Middle East.
  • Ship and barge vetting.

The environmental and community impact of our operations and products is routinely analyzed. Solutions are sought to manage risks, and all available resources are deployed to mitigate their impact.

Our initiatives focus on four main areas:

  • Managing waste and performing life cycle assessments.
  • Promoting new energies, energy efficiency and local economic development.
  • Protecting soil and water.
  • Reclaiming sites.

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