200 Karl Clark Road
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT (HSE) POLICY
Safety is an integral part of C‑FER’s operations, intended to protect our employees, clients, property, the environment, and the public. C‑FER follows the Petroleum Industry Guiding Principles for Worker Safety, and is committed to ensuring that all our work is conducted according to these principles and in compliance with Alberta Health and Safety legislation.
C‑FER management and supervisors will set the example and provide leadership. Management is responsible for developing clear policies and procedures, and for providing proper equipment and training.
All C‑FER employees and others on C‑FER worksites are responsible for knowing and obeying all C‑FER procedures, HSE rules and contractual requirements set by clients. Moreover, everyone has the right and responsibility to refuse to do work when unsafe conditions exist.
Protecting our employees also protects their friends, families, co-workers, and the environment from the far-reaching effects of serious incidents. In adhering to a comprehensive safety policy, we are also protecting C‑FER’s ability to continue doing business, and our future.
By working together and fulfilling our safety responsibilities, all employees at C‑FER will share the benefits of a safe workplace.
The responsibilities of Management, Safety Committee and all C‑FER employees and others working onsite and at C-FER-controlled offsite locations are:
Responsibilities of Management and Safety Committee:
Responsibilities of C‑FER Employees and Others Working on C‑FER Worksites: