Zero harm is our primary objective. To help us achieve a zero harm mentality, we have several key factors that drive our safety programs:

  • All incidents can be prevented and all operating exposures can be controlled
  • Employee involvement is essential and working safely is a condition of employment
  • Management is responsible and accountable for creating a safe working environment
  • World-class EHS standards are expected and obtainable

Therefore, we have instituted numerous safety programs to help ensure that our employees do not sustain injuries on the job. The following list is not exhaustive, but shows the breadth of our safety programs:

  • Isolation procedures: we have mandatory lockout-tagout procedures for all electrical-related work  
  • Suspended loads: we have instituted training and safety procedures to safeguard our employees from the dangers associated with lifting and rigging operations
  • Confined spaces: we have confined space entry protocols in place to protect employees that enter and work in confined spaces, as part of their job duties
  • Fall protection and prevention: we strictly follow all regulatory standards regarding fall protection requirements, including fall arrest/protection systems, walking and working surfaces, and utilization of ladders and stands
  • Machine guards: we rigorously comply to national and industry regulations related to mechanical and machinery guarding standards

In addition, we have personal protective equipment requirements and robust safety policies and procedures to address high risk operations such as welding and hot works, mobile and heavy equipment operation, hazardous material utilization, hand and machine tool usage,

Our objective is zero harm so that every employee returns home safely every single day.