Our Safety Culture at a Glance 

SECURE strives for an accident free working environment by compeleting deatiled on-site hazard assessments and implementing appropriate saftey control measures at all work sites, creating an environment where employees, contractors and the public are exposed to minimal risk. We perform behaviour based, leadership training and use the key performance indicators (KPI) model of tracking and controlling all incidents, including near-miss reporting. At SECURE we share safe practices at all levels, encouraging employees to remember why they work safely, constantly reflecting on and refining our safety culture.

Proactivity is Fundamental - 8 Life Saving Rules 

SECURE focuses on working together to create people that are mindful of their surroundings, keep up on safety policy changes, and take proper precautions for themselves and team members whenever necessary. Proactive measures include – tailgate meetings, safety meetings, safety moments. Also, the SECURE Life Saving Rules ensure that all employees, contractors and partners “Go Home Safe”. They are designed to assist in promoting proactive behaviour, and eliminate the potential for significant safety incidents associated with the most frequent high-risk work activities. All employees, contractors and partners are accountable to follow the Life Saving Rules and are empowered to refuse and stop work where they are not being followed.

Results 

We use a Behaviour Based Safety (BBS) program that utilizes the SECURE corporate values as a foundation in order to encourage behaviour in the workplace that establishes a safe environment for all employees, sub-contractors and visitors. In order to positively affect and reinforce safety at SECURE workplaces, the BBS program is comprised of a cyclical process encompassing consistient worker observation, feedback and behaviour trend analysis. Some examples of our BBS program in day to day practice are the following: 

  • Pre-Job Hazard Assessments
  • Daily Tailgate meetings
  • Inspections
  • Weekly Safety Meetings
  • Observations
  • Audits
  • Near-miss Reporting
  • Competency Verifications
  • Management Site visits
  • Frequent safety bulletins and alerts