CAMACC is compliant with PICS auditing and is P.O.S.T. certified.
You often hear the words “safety first” – but we actually believe it, and build the concept into every part of our standards and operations. Safety first takes place at CAMACC headquarters, and at every jobsite where we work.
Our safety first philosophy: Nobody Gets Hurt
Whether the work is being done by a CAMACC employee or a contractor, there is no task so important that it overrides the need for it to be done safely. The Petroleum Orientation Safety Training (POST) program describes our philosophy best: “Nobody Gets Hurt.”
“Nobody Gets Hurt” means we do not tolerate people getting hurt. Not anybody, not anytime. To achieve this, we require certain safety minimums of everyone. CAMACC’s safety minimums are based on best practice taken from across the country – we look at the maximum safety limits from each jurisdiction, and bring them home to make them our safety minimums. Our minimum standards are tough – so Nobody Gets Hurt.
Let’s talk safety!
We’d love to tell you more about CAMACC’s safety first policies and practices at your business or on your job site. Feel free to phone 877-255-9822 (toll-free) or email email@example.com.
Proudly PICS Auditing compliant
CAMACC Systems is annually compliant with Pacific Industrial Contractor Screening (PICS) Auditing, a contractor prequalification company with an exceptional focus on safety. PICS is the global standard in the chemical, oil and gas, power, construction, mining and manufacturing industries.
Proudly POST certified, every year
CAMACC staff and sub-tradespeople are annually certified to POST – the industry-led Petroleum Orientation Safety Training program.
Internationally compliant with ISNetworld
CAMACC is also compliant with ISNetworld, a global leader in contractor and supplier management in capital-intensive and public sector industries with more than 50,000 contractors and suppliers operating in over 75 countries.
CAMACC’s safety first culture means that safety procedures are detailed in writing to all employees, and we review them regularly with staff and sub-tradespeople through our Toolbox Talk program.
On site safety
We’re committed to safety on and off your site. CAMACC staff attend jobsite safety meetings when working at your locations, making sure that we are aware of all safety requirements.
On site safety first means that we always engage in intelligent risk management, where we identify, assess and mitigate risk through action:
- Identify all the hazards that could occur as a result of the planned work
- Assess those hazards to determine which could easily result in an unfavorable outcome
- Mitigate or prevent those outcomes from happening through deliberate action before the work is started
Managing higher risk work requires a more formal and documented risk management process. This process is referred to as Job Safety Analysis (JSA), and formally assesses what work is planned, step by step; hazards that each step creates; and how the worker will prevent the possible harmful/unfavorable outcome from happening). As a formal process, the JSA is
- Discussed with everyone in the work crew involved in the work
- Reviewed by the site supervisor to ensure that the appropriate level of risk management is brought to the task
JSAs need to consider site, activity, current environment and crew issues. A change in any of these parameters could introduce a new risk, so JSAs require review when things change. A JSA is always be tailored to the specific site conditions, by the work crew immediately before the activity is started and renewed on a daily basis.
Our commitment to safety keeps our workforce and your staff and customers protected from injury for the duration of the project.
Visit POST to review the Petroleum Orientation Safety Guide. This guide is a summary of the requirements for employees and contractors who are working for companies like CAMACC who are serious about safety first.
2017 Toolbox Talk safety topics
What are we talking about with our employees and contractors? Check out the monthly Toolbox Talk:
- January: Proper use of the Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form
English – French
- February: Fall Protection – Checklist and Rescue Plan
Checklist – English
Rescue Plan – English
- March: PPE and House Keeping
PPE – English
House Keeping – English
- April: Utility Knife Safety and Hand Tool Safety
Utility Knife Safety – English
Hand Tool Safety – English
- May: Eye Injuries (Parts 1 thur 4)
- June: Hazards
- July: Critical Checklists (Lifting-Rescue Fall Protection)
- August: Ladder Inspections
- September: On The Job – Behaviour
- October: Safety-Working Alone or Day off
- November: Getting Ready for Winter Work
- December: Seven Common Accident Causes