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Our primary objective is to create a solid safety culture in our organization that is directed by the positive role modelling and high expectations of our supervisory staff. So much so, we’ve made safety performance a primary factor in our employee performance review and advancement process.
At Denmax Energy Services we believe that safety is a way of thinking, not just about pages in a manual.
As a corporation, our responsibility is to preserve the safety of our employees, the environment and the public, as well as, the employees, assets and reputation of our customers. In order to fulfill this responsibility some of the tools we use are:
IRP 16 Compliant safety handbook and mandatory orientation process with a qualification exam to test competency
New workers are coupled with a competent worker until they are deemed to be experienced at their duties.
Any worker new to their duties who may face increased risk due to unfamiliarity with the hazards must wear a green hand sticker on their hard hat so that more experienced workers on site can keep a closer watch on them.
Safety meetings at least once a month to review our goals, our successes and items that need addressed. These meetings are designed to have communication flow both ways.
Qualified safety training is provided to employees on H2S Alive, Standard First Aid, CPR, Ground Disturbance Level II, Confined Space, WHMIS, TDG, Defensive Driving, Hazard Assessment and Leadership among others.
All trucking, shop related and in field activities must not be started unless a hazard assessment document is completed. On top of this, if the scope of work that the original hazard form is completed for changes, a field level hazard assessment form must be completed to ensure that any new hazards associated with the new task are recognized and dealt with before work commences.
On an annual basis, we invite safety audits to review our safety documentation, observe our shops and worksites, and interview our employees and managers. This process ensures that we don’t get complacent in our successes or “tunnel vision” in how we approach safety.
We have created and instituted a Code of Practice, over and above our job related Practices and Procedures, for some activities that carry a significant amount of risk. These activities are: Respiratory Equipment, Confined Spaces and Ground Disturbance. These codes outline mandatory permits and procedures that must be followed. All employees are required to review these codes of Practice annually.
Our Quality Management System is made up of two components: a Quality Control system and Quality Assurance system. Our Quality Control system is designed to provide strict guidance for work primarily falling under ASME B31.3 and controlled by ABSA in Alberta, Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety in Saskatchewan, and BCSA in British Columbia.
Our Quality Assurance system is designed to provide specific guidance for CSA Z662 work, which falls under the guidelines of the ERCB, and to ensure that industry “best practices” are followed.
We pride ourselves on not only our quality control process, but the finished quality control job file that we deliver to our clients upon completion of work. In dealing with high pressure piping systems there is a responsibility to the protection of our workers, our customers’ workers, the environment and the general public that we take extremely serious. As well, we have an obligation to ensure that the upstream production dependent upon our work and due diligence is reliable to our customer.