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

Peace Region
#2, 4115 - 41st Avenue
Whitecourt, Alberta T7S 0A3

Office: (780) 484-3377
Toll Free: 1-877-888-6325

What's New

  • January 09, 2019
    In October 2018, Nichols Environmental responded to an 18,000-L spill of asphalt flux (roofing tar) after two trailers detached from a haul truck along the off-ramp of Anthony Henday Drive onto ...
  • December 11, 2018
    We had the opportunity to visit the Canadian Light Source facility at the University of Saskatchewan - the brightest light in Canada!  The facility and people that run it are leaders in syn...

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