People are at the core of our success and we believe that an engaged community of colleagues is the key to achieving superior business results. Infineum has a highly passionate and committed workforce with an overall engagement score of 72% recorded in 2020 through our Colleague Survey.

Delivering positive change for our colleagues and the communities where we operate has never been more important. Our highest priority is to work safely and to protect colleagues’ health and wellbeing, while also recognising that their creativity is critical to the success on Infineum. We strive to sustain and enhance our supportive working environment, allowing colleagues to feel confident, develop professionally and deliver at their best, while building and equal and inclusive culture.

Our goals:

Zero harm to our people and the environment
‘Nobody gets hurt’ is Infineum’s highest priority. Personal safety, health, process safety and environmental protection are already embedded into our ways of working. We focus on incident prevention and leading indicators to protect people and the environment. With the 2025 target of ‘zero harm’, we are aiming for no personal, no process and no environmental incidents.


*TRIR = Total Recordable Incident Rate
Be an excellent employer

Our highest priority is to work safely and to protect colleagues’ health and wellbeing, whilst also recognising that their creativity is critical to the success of Infineum. We strive to sustain and enhance a supportive working environment, allowing our colleagues to feel confident, develop within their roles and deliver at their best, whilst building an equal and inclusive culture.

colleague engagement score achieved.



Action on our people includes:

  • Leading on HSE performance in the chemicals industry.
  • Driving progress on inclusion and diversity, to ensure that our leadership population is progressively reflective of the communities in which we operate.
  • Encouraging colleagues’ collective and individual participation in community support activities, with a target to achieve more than 25% of colleagues volunteering in support of STEM programmes and/or local community support initiatives.
  • Committed to a 2025 target of ‘zero harm’, with no personal, no process and no environmental incidents.