Health and Safety

Safety Management

Health and Safety - Loss Prevention SystemPNL adopts and actively uses a behavioral-based strategy to minimize loss. This method reaps benefits by reducing personal injury, addressing safety problems and by eliminating business inefficiencies. Behvioral-based safety management encourages Near Miss reporting and safe performance by self assessment as a supplement to mandatory procedures and safe practices. Stop work authority is given to all personnel onsite, and acting on that authority is mandated.




Elements of safety management include the following:

  • Written program
  • Training
  • Daily toolbox and subcontractor coordination meetings
  • Perform job hazard analysis before performing the work
  • Self assessment - Assess the risk, analyze how to reduce the risk, and act to ensure safe operations
  • Near Miss reporting
  • Incident investigation, corrective action followup, and reporting back to employees
  • Subcontractor preselection - Only work with those who have a safety program and statistics to prove their success
  • Every person onsite is given Stop Work Authority
  • If it isn’t safe, don’t do it

Tenets of Operational Excellence: A Commitment to Safety and Quality

  • Always operate within design or environmental limits.
  • Always operate in a safe and controlled condition.
  • Always ensure that safety devices are in place and functioning.
  • Always follow safe work practices and procedures.
  • Always meet or exceed client’s requirements.
  • Always maintain integrity of dedicated systems.
  • Always comply with all applicable rules and regulations.
  • Always address abnormal conditions.
  • Always follow written procedures for high-risk or unusual situations.
  • Always involve the right people in decisions that affect procedures and equipment.
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