Some of the most recent accidents in the Energy and Chemical Industries has aroused public opinion to the point where new regulations have been developed.
A Safety Management Program (SMP) is based on the principal that all hazards must be understood and controlled. A program of this nature is only successful when combined with the following guidelines:
1. Systematic identification of the hazards
2. Significance of the hazards
3. Implementation of Controls
4. Emergency Planning
5. Solid commitment from Management and Staff to adhere to the program implemented
Hazard Management is applicable to any aspect of Exploration, Production and Restoration Operations. It provides a framework for the management of safety not only to control hazards, which could lead to a major catastrophe, but also those that relate to workplace accidents. It is with this in mind that Trek is committed to participate, in any way it can, in the development and implementation of current and future industry safety programs.
Safety Tickets for all field Personnel include:
1. First Aid/CPR
2. H2S Alive
4. Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG)
5. Ground Disturbance – Level II
6. Petroleum Safety Training (PST)
7. Well Servicing BOP Tickets (Senior Personnel only)
All vehicles are four-wheel drive (4×4) vehicles. Each vehicle carries a minimum of $2,000,000 public liability and property damage insurance coverage for both highway and off-highway operation. All vehicles are equipped with a first-aid kit, fire extinguisher (5lb dry chemical minimum), and emergency flares, cell phones and/or two way radios.
Trek utilizes an on-site safety trailer to ensure worker safety, and during site investigation projects where soil/water sample screening is performed. The safety trailer is equipped with all standard 1st aid equipment, including an eyewash station.
Trek carries Error & Omissions Insurance (E&O), plus $2 million in Corporate General Liability (CGL) and Automobile Liability Insurance.
Workers Compensation Coverage:
Trek carries WCB Coverage for the following Provinces:
All accounts are in good standing with “no incidents” reported. Clearance letters are available upon request.
Trek’s Health and Safety Data, WCB and Insurance Documentation can be viewed through Complyworks , formerly Canadian HSE Registry.