The systematic management of safety, health, reliability and
efficiency to achieve benchmark performance is defined as
Operational Excellence (OE). A culture of OE is embedded throughout
Caltex, which places the highest priority on the health and safety
of our workforce, and the protection of our assets and the
We are committed to producing quality products and ensuring clean,
safe and reliable operations.
The nature of Caltex's products and the way we produce them mean we
have significant environmental accountabilities. Vehicles are a
major source of emissions, but using cleaner fuels will help reduce
Australian greenhouse emissions over time. That's why we've
invested $500 million in upgrading our refineries to produce fuels
that are lower in sulphur and benzene, and account for some of the
cleanest fuels in the world.
Product stewardship also forms an integral part of our licence to
operate. We recognise the need to manage products throughout their
lifecycle, meeting legal and regulatory requirements and
performance expectations, and effectively communicating the
necessary information to customers.
Australian Packaging Covenant
Caltex is a signatory to the Australian Packaging Covenant (APC).
We are committed to achieving the goals we have set and to report
our progress against these goals.
While Australia has developed one of the most comprehensive and
cost-effective approaches to the environmental management of used
consumer packaging, Caltex recognises the need for continual
improvement and cooperation across industry and all levels of
government. The Covenant is a key element to achieving
environmental benefits and provides a platform for Caltex to
improve the sustainability of our retail network.
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