Safety Strategy

Safety is not only important to our success, it is a value we hold in the highest regards throughout our organization. Safety performance does not happen by luck or accident; we must have a strategy to accomplish our goals. Below are some of the key areas of our strategy to achieve safety excellence.


  • Industry leading safety record (TRIR/EMR)


  • Management engaged in the safety program at all levels of the organization
  • Site/Project cold eye reviews
  • First line supervision leadership training

Key Safety Systems

  • Pre-mobilization analysis with HSE and operations
  • Site specific safety plans
  • Daily site safety meetings
  • Job specific safe execution plans
  • Readiness reviews prior to execution
  • Pre-Job Hazard Analysis process (JHA)
  • Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)

Safety Sustaining and Accountability Processes

  • Safety audit/observation process with tracking and trending
  • JHA tracking, grading, coaching, and feedback process
  • Weekly safety performance report specific to site/project
  • Cause analysis and effective corrective action of all incidents, including near misses

Safety Training (In addition to OSHA regulatory training)

  • Comprehensive craft training, apprenticeship and mentor program
  • Site specific new-to-site training process —“Day One Training and Orientation”
  • Pre-Job Hazard Assessment (PJHA) and hazard recognition training
  • Innovative training tracking bar code system

Injury Management Program

  • Prompt reporting/treatment of all first aid cases
  • Medical provider with extensive experience managing and treating occupational injuries in the refinery industry with established treatment centers in Northern and Southern California
  • Site HSE professionals with extensive knowledge of OSHA 300 guidelines
  • Clear medical protocols/guidelines
  • Personal concern, care and follow up for employees treatment and well-being