General Health & Safety Requirements Policy
Star Valley Oilfield Is committed to the health and safety of all employees, contractors, clients and the public. Ultimately, the goal of our health and safety policy is to have an incident-free environment and ensure, as far as reasonably possibly the health and safety of all workers on a work site. All employees of Star Valley are responsible for ensuring the safety program is continually updated and maintained. They are also responsible and accountable for overall safety initiatives.
Management is committed to the following:
- Comply with applicable occupation health and safety (OHS) regulations, industry standards, and our own policies. Exercise sound judgment and common sense when undertaking any work-related tasks.
- Make safety considerations an integral part of the planning process.
- Remain sensitive to the concerns of the public.
- Identify and reduce the negative impact of our operations on the environment.
- Respond to safety emergencies in a prompt, efficient manner.
- Ensure employees know their health and safety responsibilities and resources are available for employee safety training.
- The work site must be kept free of any hazards that could cause slips, trips, or falls. Which will also be identified with the pre-job site inspection.
All Star Valley employees and contractors are responsible for the following:
- Understand any potential health, safety, or environmental issue that employees or contractors may encounter while working for Star Valley.
- Workers must be deemed competent before performing all tasks associated with the job.
- Comply with all federal, provincial and local OHS acts and legislation.
- Follow safe work procedures.
- Wear and use appropriate personal protective equipment.
- The employer will provide equipment that is maintained in a safe condition and is appropriate to the work performed.
- Participate in safety training, discussions and meetings.
- Inform supervisors about any unsafe work conditions or injuries, no matter how small they may seem.
- Refuse to perform any work or operate and equipment that would put them or any other worker in danger.
- Take reasonable care to protect themselves and all other workers on a worksite.
Management, employees, and contractors are all committed and encouraged to meet this policy, not and in the future.