- Safety is about Leadership. Leadership is what is in your character, not what is in your title.
- Stopping unsafe works is an obligation what we hold ourselves and each other to.
- Great safety isn’t just policies and procedures. Great safety is about openness, honesty, involvement, communication and caring for one another.
- We will not compromise on the time and discipline it takes to properly plan and execute our work.
- We will strive to get better. If we fall short in our expectation, we will find out why. When we succeed, we will find ways to replicate that success.
- Production done in the absence of safety will not be valued or rewarded. Period!
Our Commitment to Safety
“EnviroBore is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment.”
EnviroBore has a strong belief that all workers need to encompass safety 24/7; extend it beyond our workplace and include our families, mentor new and young workers and breakdown the psychological walls to combat complacency.
“We believe demonstrating our commitment to safety is integral to our success.”
At EnviroBore, we continue to work hard at developing an above industry standard safety culture by training, informing, mentoring, and supporting our employees to live a healthy work / life balance. We proudly provide ongoing education and training programs, encompassing industry specific modules designed to lead and motivate our employees.
Safety at EnviroBore isn’t just about following rules and legislation. It is about keeping our workers safe, and the workers of the companies we work for safe.
EnviroBore’s Health and Safety program provides:
• Assigned responsibilities
• Mentorship programs
• Job specific safe work practices/procedures
• Risk management through identification, evaluation and elimination or control
• Trend and goal setting
• Monitoring of our drivers and trucks 24/7
• Emergency Response Planning
“Constant monitoring of our Safety program’s implementation is essential for its effectiveness.”
EnviroBore believes an integral part of our ‘Culture of Success is building a ‘Culture of Safety’.
Company Safety Culture: A company culture consists of the shared belief, values, practices and attitudes that exist within an organization, which creates an environment that influences behaviour.
Source: Alberta Construction Safety Association – A Roadmap to Zero
Step 1: Awareness
- Company’s Health & Safety Program
Step 2: Recognition
- Avoid Hazards
- Field Level Hazard Assessments
Step 3: Leadership
- Senior Management establishes safety goals and continually supports the program.
- Safety Manager and resources provided.
- Strategic safety planning implemented and monitored.
Step 4: Accountability
- Safety performance is monitored and measured.
- Everyone held accountable to company standards.
Step 5 – Culture
- Safety is an integral part of operations and planning.
- Ongoing commitment and dedication by management and employees.
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