Enersul is committed to setting and maintaining high standards in our workplace in a manner that protects the health and safety of our employees, those we work with, the public and the environment in which we work and live.
Enersul will meet or exceed all applicable HSE regulations established by governing bodies in the areas in which we work.
Enersul will review, implement and comply with the HSE requirements of our customers that are pertinent to and apply to our business.
Enersul will audit its facilities to ensure full compliance with regulatory, customer and company HSE requirements.
Enersul will communicate its commitment to sound HSE management to its employees, customers, contractors and the public.
Enersul will provide its employees and others as required with appropriate training, equipment and resources so they are competent and can complete their work in a safe and environmentally responsible manner.
Enersul management will encourage open communication by all people and listen, review and implement suggestions and ideas whenever possible.
Enersul will strive to reduce incidents and maintain a goal of zero injuries.
Enersul will strive to reduce the risks associated with its business through thoughtful design of equipment and the establishment of appropriate controls.
Enersul will strive to protect the environment through efficient use of resources, recycling of materials, and through innovation.
Enersul management is responsible and accountable for:
Ensuring that sound and suitable HSE-MS, procedures, equipment, training and resources exist throughout the company and are being utilized at all Enersul facilities. Ensuring compliance with HSE policies and procedures. Ensuring HSE issues are considered and addressed when making business decisions.
Enersul employees and contractors are responsible and accountable for:
Ensuring they understand, utilize and comply with all Enersul HSE requirements and regulatory and customer requirements. Ensuring they conduct all work safely and in an environmentally responsible manner.
1995 - Occupational Hazards' Winners Circle Safety Finalist (Magazine of Safety, Health and Environmental Management)
1995 - OHS '95 Award of Excellence 'Best Operating, Health & Safety Program Award'
1996 - CFX - Shell Canada 'Chemical Safety Excellence Award' presented to Enersul in recognition of commitment to safe transport of sulphur by rail.
2001 - CN 'Safe Handling Award' presented to Kaybob South in recognition of 10 consecutive years shipping liquid sulphur without incident.
2002 - CN 'Safe Handling Award' presented to Edson in recognition of five consecutive years shipping liquid sulphur without incident.
2002 - CN 'Safe Handling Award' presented to Kaybob South in recognition of 11 consecutive years shipping liquid sulphur without incident.
2003 - CN 'Safe Handling Award' presented to Lynton in recognition of one year shipping liquid sulphur without incident.
Enersul Operations facilities that have completed one year or more of consecutive operation without experiencing a lost time injury are recognized with an annual safety award.
Locations operating w/o Accident Since
Edson - December 14, 1988
Fort Nelson - May 14, 1989
Syncrude - November 15, 1993
Balzac - November 6, 2000
Hasler Flats - November 27, 2000
Kaybob 3 - May 24, 2005
Waterton - January 3, 2006
Dolphin - December 6, 2007
KA - March 1, 2007
Pine River - November 6, 2007