Triple R Pipeline and Environmental Services focuses on maintaining high standards of health, safety and environmental performance for each project. Our goal is to provide a work system that protects the health and safety of our own employees, contractors and the public, and creates a highly sustainable business by implementing effective policies that benefit all stakeholders in the company. As a company, we are committed to achieving the following goals: All workers are responsible for complying with all HSE rules, following regulations, procedures and practices, wearing and using personal protective equipment when necessary, participating in training programs and informing supervisors of unsafe working conditions or practices. The Federal Register is a legal journal published every weekday by the National Archives and Records Administration on federal news. It includes federal agency regulations, proposed rules, public announcements, executive orders, proclamations, and other presidential documents. OSHA enforces its regulations and standards by conducting inspections based on priority, such as a situation of imminent danger, death, or employee complaint. Current workers or their representatives may file a written complaint asking OSHA to inspect their workplace if they believe there is a serious hazard or their employer is not complying with OSHA standards. Any employee whose work may have a significant impact on the EHS must be trained and held accountable for compliance with the HSE Policy on Triple R Pipelines and Environmental Services and related procedures, practices, instructions and rules. Conditions of employment are safe and environmentally friendly conditions of employment. Each employee is required to report workplace conditions or practices that pose a safety risk or threaten the environment and to take appropriate measures to mitigate those risks.
Everyone has a responsibility to recognize that by risking an incident or injury, they are jeopardizing what they value and what they care about. To achieve the above objectives, Triple R Pipeline and Environmental Services: ◎ Maintain accreditation to externally recognized safety, security and environmental management standards. A standard (or regulation) is a regulatory requirement established and published by the organization to serve as a criterion for measuring whether employers are complying with the laws of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. OSHA standards are published in Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and are divided into separate standards for general industry, construction, and marine. You must share the policy and any changes to it with your employees. Rokstad is committed to involving workers through their representatives and the Joint Committee on Occupational Health and Safety to promote a healthy and safe working environment. Rokstad and its management team are committed to working in a spirit of collaboration and consultation with all employees to maintain continuous performance improvement. This policy is used as a framework for goal setting and communicated internally and shared with other interested parties.
All Rokstad employees, agents, representatives and contractors are responsible for compliance with the HSE program. Employees at all levels are responsible for safety and responsible for themselves and others around them. Each person in our organization is responsible for meeting Rokstad`s HSE commitment and: ◎ Meeting or exceeding applicable legal and regulatory requirements, industry standards, customer safety practices and other requirements; ◎ Provide sufficient resources to ensure that workers are informed of their rights and obligations and are properly trained in HSE practices and procedures to implement them; A health and safety policy defines your overall approach to health and safety. It explains how you, as an employer, will manage health and safety in your business. It should be clear who does what, when and how. ◎ Treat occupational safety and concern for the environment as your primary responsibility; If you have five or more employees, you will need to write your policy. If you have fewer than five employees, you don`t have to write anything down, but it`s worth doing so. Aaron Rokstad Managing Director Rokstad Power ◎ Adopt an active approach to identify health, safety and environmental risks and take appropriate measures to reduce these risks to acceptable levels; ◎ Remain sensitive to the concerns of the public, our customers and customers; Read the recently updated 2016 Final Rules FAQ. All levels of management are responsible for demonstrating leadership, visible commitment, instruction and resources to achieve our health, safety and environmental objectives. The latest information on the new beryllium standard for chronic disease and lung cancer prevention in workers.