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HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITMENT

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Full Force Drilling is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all our employees, contractors and visitors through proper training and safe work procedures and policies.

 

 

We strive to ensure that a strong safety culture is incorporated into all aspects of our work.

 

The Full Force safety program meets and exceeds industry and regulatory standards including:

 

  • Fully guarding of all moving parts

  • Emergency stops on Equipment

  • Applicable safe work practices and procedures for all high risk tasks

  • Competency assessments

  • On the job training

  • Active near miss and incident reporting

  • Thorough investigations of all incidents and high potential close calls 

  • Daily worksite inspections

  • Formal hazard assessments before every project

  • Hazard Identification program 

  • Yearly maintenance audits on the safety program 

  • Drug and Alcohol testing when applicable before projects, with the ability to test onsite

  • Ensuring all workers understand that they have the right to refuse unsafe work 

Full Force also utilizes an online safety management program (WORKHUB) to ensure all workers are trained and records are kept up to date. 

 

Full Force employs a CRSP (Canadian Registered Safety Professional) on staff to ensure the safety management program adheres to workplace safety legislation.

 

Maintenance and Inspections 

Job completion and staying on budget is always a top priority. By sending only competent, skilled and trained workers we have confidence that every project will be completed on time and within or below predicted budgets. Full Force maintains a rigorous maintenance, inspection and tracking program to ensure downtime is kept to an absolute minimum. By having all major spare components on job sites any breakdowns are dealt with in a fast effective manner.

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