The Bluewater Energy entities, affiliates, and all our employees are firmly committed to proactive promotion of best safety practices in the energy and industrial marketplace. We lead the industry with comprehensive, hazard specific training on each jobsite, rigorous implementation of best practices, policies and procedures, and strict compliance with all governing rules, regulations and laws. We are relentless in advancing and improving the safety conditions in our various workplaces, many of which include unique and complex risks that are present at the junction of construction and operations in energy facilities. We take our commitment to safety seriously, individually and corporately, and we are proud of our accomplishments!
Bluewater Energy's commitment to raising industry safety standards and practices reduces our employees' risk of injuries and lost work, and is also a key element of the satisfaction of our customers. Our goal is zero workplace incidents. How are we getting there?
- We maintain a highly experienced and focused corporate safety department reporting only to the top executive level.
- Our safety program includes comprehensive, hazard specific training by professionals interactively with each employee.
- All employees are encouraged to access on line training materials to refresh their knowledge simply by visiting the Bluewater Energy website portal.
- Our safety director makes frequent unannounced visits to Bluewater Energy worksites in order to conduct first hand inspections and assess site conditions.
- Strict disciplinary measures await any supervisory employee that falls short of Bluewater Energy's exacting standards in maintaining the highest quality of safety conditions in the workplace.
- Bluewater actively participated in the committee charged with developing a new industry standard for the safe purging and cleaning of flammable gas piping systems, "NFPA 56 (PS)." With the publication of the 2012 Edition, Bluewater Energy has made an enterprise-wide commitment to conduct all our work in accordance with the requirements of NFPA 56. We invite all others in the industry to join us in voluntary compliance with this new best practice intended to be adopted across the country and abroad.