Safety

safeOur priority is the health and safety of our employees, the protection of the environment and the upkeep of the company equipment. Our goal is to have an incident free workplace.

The primary function of the Health and Safety program is the prevention of incidents and/or injury to any of the employees.

The protection of the environment and the prevention maintenance of equipment is also a factor in the philosophy of safety.

It is essential that all managers, supervisors, employees and contractors comply with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Regulations and Code; as well as all other applicable legislation that may apply. All employees and contractors are also to comply with company and customer safety requirements.

Management has the responsibility of organizing and maintaining the Health and Safety Program in terms of achieving the program goals in an objective and efficient manner. Managers and supervisors must not only promote and demonstrate safe work practices but also ensure subcontractors and accountable for their responsibility to work safe. Managers, workers and subcontractors are accountable for their own actions and decisions. Any safety related questions or questions on how to complete an assigned task should be directed to supervisors, managers or safety advisor.

Each employee is responsible for working safely with equal concern for fellow employees, contractors, visitors and any others who may be on site; as well as the environment.

Kodiak Oilfield Services also believes in the three basic rights of employees: THE RIGHT TO KNOW, THE RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE AND THE RIGHT TO REFUSE.

The success of our Health and Safety program is dependent on the contributions to safety awareness from each and every employee.

Our priority is the health and safety of our employees, the protection of the environment and the upkeep of the company equipment. Our goal is to have an incident free workplace.

The primary function of the Health and Safety program is the prevention of incidents and/or injury to any of the employees.

The protection of the environment and the prevention maintenance of equipment is also a factor in the philosophy of safety.

It is essential that all managers, supervisors, employees and contractors comply with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Regulations and Code; as well as all other applicable legislation that may apply. All employees and contractors are also to comply with company and customer safety requirements.

Management has the responsibility of organizing and maintaining the Health and Safety Program in terms of achieving the program goals in an objective and efficient manner. Managers and supervisors must not only promote and demonstrate safe work practices but also ensure subcontractors and accountable for their responsibility to work safe. Managers, workers and subcontractors are accountable for their own actions and decisions. Any safety related questions or questions on how to complete an assigned task should be directed to supervisors, managers or safety advisor.

Each employee is responsible for working safely with equal concern for fellow employees, contractors, visitors and any others who may be on site; as well as the environment.

Kodiak Oilfield Services also believes in the three basic rights of employees: THE RIGHT TO KNOW, THE RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE AND THE RIGHT TO REFUSE.

The success of our Health and Safety program is dependent on the contributions to safety awareness from each and every employee.