Integrity HSE

Steve Harris, Managing Director - Integrity HSE

About you

Tell us a bit about your organisation (who are you, where do you operate)

Integrity HSE is the UKCS energy industry’s premier provider of efficient, effective, innovative, and sustainable solutions. Our vision is to make every sector, from oil & gas to renewables, a safer and healthier place of work. We are extremely proud to help our clients power the world.

What is keeping you busy currently? What large projects are you working on?

Our core business of safety & risk management has done very well in the first year, and Darrell Lines is doing an excellent job leading that. However, we have just launched the mental health business stream and Shabnum Hanif, our new Director of Clinical Psychology, has a very full diary. It appears that everyone is very aware that there is an issue in terms of mental health and wellbeing, but very few know how to competently tackle it within their organisation.

What are some of the opportunities/challenges you see for your organisation in the future?

Our core business is growing relatively organically simply through word of mouth, and we really enjoy that. The community of clients that we have know us and trust us with their business, and we work tirelessly to ensure they enjoy success. The real opportunity for Integrity HSE is in the mental health space, where we can not only help organisations fulfil their legal responsibilities, but ensure they benefit from a healthy and productive workforce.

How would you describe the company culture? Do you have any specific shared values?

Arguably, we are best known for our values (it is literally in the name). Our clients, and the communities we serve (we do a lot of ‘giving back’) make it very clear that they enjoy working with technical experts that also pride themselves on honesty, transparency, and respect.


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About your OEUK membership

As an organisation, what motivated you to become a member of the OEUK member organisation?

The energy industry has historically been built upon collaboration, and embracing that aspect is now more important than ever. The energy industry faces an unprecedented time of change and challenge and, as members of OEUK, we want to connect with likeminded organisations and position ourselves at the forefront to help steer clients and communities towards success.

OEUK has over fourteen forums, which forums are you looking to get involved in?

Any and all that could benefit from our mental health, safety and risk management services.

Future of the industry

What are the biggest net zero changes you have seen in our industry?

Integrity HSE is fortunate enough to be made up of a community of experts with experience in all energy on every continent. The biggest challenges we see are inequality of opportunity, and the fact that operating a sustainable company often has a negative impact on bottom line.

How do you see the industry looking in 20 years?

I hope that ESG will continue to gather traction and ultimately lead us to a world in which success is no longer purely driven by commercial relevance. When we arrive in that place we will look back on today and either be grateful for organisations who embraced the inevitable or reminisce about forgotten companies who refused to change and so only exist as memories.

How is your organisation driving the transition to net zero?

Minimising carbon footprint is a standard part of Integrity HSE project delivery and client interface model, every party that we work with benefits from this, whether it is in the PO or not.

Working together, producing cleaner energies