Western Energy Services Corp. is committed to providing and maintaining a healthy and safe work environment for our employees, through a comprehensive health, safety and environment protection program. Our policy is to provide quality products and services, while taking all reasonable steps to safeguard and protect our employees, contractors, customers, property, the public and the environment.
Management, Supervisors, employees, subcontractors and visitors are required to comply with all applicable Health, Safety and Environment laws and regulations, as well as company standards, programs, rules, procedures, practices and guidelines. Western Energy is committed to meeting or exceeding all applicable legislative requirements.
Managers and Supervisors are responsible for supplying safety and personal protective equipment, ensuring necessary training is in place, identifying hazardous acts and conditions, making employees aware of these hazards and the required control measures. All incidents and near misses will be investigated and adequate control measures implemented to prevent a reoccurrence. All tools, equipment and vehicles must be maintained as per manufacturer’s requirements as a minimum.
All company employees shall wear the required personal protective equipment, participate in safety training programs and safety meetings. Any hazardous act or condition must be reported to their supervisor immediately. All workers have to participate in the stop (unsafe) work program.
Unnecessary risks will not be tolerated nor encouraged. It is our firm belief that an injury-free workplace is attainable and sustainable.