Nothing is more important than protecting ourselves and others from harm. Taking the time to consider each hazard in the workplace ensures a safe working environment for all employees and workers. No job requires such urgency that it cannot be planned in a safe and responsible manner. We are committed to continuous improvements in safety as we seek to enhance our practices and procedures so that we can protect the safety of all workers.
In March 2018, Pulse completed an external safety audit which is required every 3 years to maintain our provincial Certificate of Recognition (COR). Pulse achieved a final audit score of 95% through the certifying partner, Energy Safety Canada (Formally Enform).
At Pulse, we are committed to giving Health & Safety the Highest Priority
The following are a few examples of Pulse’s commitment to safety:
Conducting internal and external safety audits
Complying with all required safety legislation and industry practices
Subscribing member of the Complyworks, Ready to Work program
Ongoing management support for activities that promote safety
A health and safety committee that evaluates hazards, incidents and accidents and seeks ways to prevent them in the future
Board of directors HSE committee that meets on a quarterly basis
Encouraging the active participation of workers in health and safety initiatives which include mock emergency drills and attendance of safety meetings
To learn more about Pulse’s safety policies, guidelines, and certificates, select the appropriate documents: