Goal Zero Safety A Culture of Caring
A LEGACY OF SAFETY: OUR GOAL ZERO APPROACH
For over two decades, ESI has cultivated a culture in which the safety of our employees, customers and the communities in which we work is of paramount importance.
We perform our work to the highest standards with a goal zero approach: zero incidents, zero accidents, and zero environmental releases. Our focus is to understand and eliminate day-to-day perils by addressing the behaviors, actions and conditions that can lead to potential harm.
In this approach, we continually strive to identify safety risks across all functional areas including engineering, fabrication, transport and delivery, field operations and office functions—and set standards and procedural requirements that protect workers, partners and customers by eliminating the opportunity for potential hazards.
Every employee at every level is expected to take action if they see any activity of concern or that is not in line with our safety and environmental standards. All our employees—in addition to our partners and subcontractors—have the authority to stop work in any circumstance where safety or operational integrity is in question. If work is in question, we will not proceed until the risk has been mitigated.
We reinforce this philosophy by setting consistent, high standards of safety and environmental stewardship across ESI and we expect all our employees, partners and contractors to meet them– whether working at one of our fabrication facilities, in the field, or in one of our office locations.
DEDICATED LEADERSHIP – PREVENTION IS OUR MANTRA
Our leadership has a relentless commitment to safety and is charged with creating an environment in which our employees feel motivated and rewarded for adhering to procedures and standards that promote safety, while establishing consequences for activities that put safety at risk.
Every member of our leadership team is intensely committed to safety— continuously communicating and promoting our safety standards and consistently setting the example of requisite behaviors and best practices.