Safety

Nichols Environmental considers the safety and well-being of our employees a core value of the company. Workplace hazard assessments and controls are included in every project. As a commitment to Health and Safety, Nichols Environmental undertook an extensive safety evaluation to achieve a Certificate of Recognition from Alberta Labour (Certificate No. 20050225-9807) in 2001. Additionally, Nichols Environmental is a member with full compliance to the standards outlined by ISNetworld, Avetta (formerly PICS Auditing) and Comply Works.

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Our employees work in a cooperative spirit with all clients to ensure the safety of all worksite personnel.

All Nichols Environmental employees and subcontractors must complete a hazard assessment prior to commencing any site project work.

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Nichols Environmental staff continually upgrade their safety training, which includes:

  • TDG
  • WHMIS
  • First Aid
  • Ground Disturbance (Level II)
  • Defensive driving
  • Fire safety

Key personnel working in the upstream oil and gas industry also receive:

  • H2S Alive
  • Confined Space Entry and Rescue
  • OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER

Our safety objective for every project is to complete the work using safe procedures and behaviors, resulting in zero injuries or near-miss incidents. Through our commitment of all staff and management our incident rate is ZERO, with no lost time incidents or injuries for the last five years.

Locations

Head Office – Edmonton
17331 – 107th Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5S 1E5

Phone: (780) 484-3377
Fax: (780) 484-5093

Calgary Office
427 Manitou Road SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 4C2

Phone: (403) 452-1820
Fax: (403) 984-8803

What's New

  • April 05, 2018
    Have you considered hydraulics? Today during our April Health and Safety Meeting, we dissected the topic of hydraulic hoists and elevators that we may come across as a part of Phase I Environ...
  • March 06, 2018
    At the March Health and Safety meeting, we discussed the topic of silica in the workplace.  Silica is one of the most common elements on earth, but is considered a Group 1 carcinogen in h...

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