Health, Safety and Environmental
The safety of Energy Fishing & Rental Services employees is a major consideration and an integral part of our organization. Management and supervisory personnel are accountable for the safety of the employees working under their supervision and will be expected to ensure that all operations are conducted in a safe manner at all times.
 
All management personnel are expected to practice the policy of seamlessly integrating operations and safety. Supervisors realize that no job is complete unless every safety precaution associated with the performance of that job has been taken
 
Likewise, employees are expected to follow safety work procedures and take an active part in protecting themselves, their co-workers and operations.
 
Energy Fishing & Rental Services is committed to a safe and healthful work environment. The Company's safety and health program is designed to prevent on-the-job injuries and illnesses, to protect Company property from damage and loss, and to ensure that the Company's operations do not harm the safety and health of the general public.
 
Every supervisor and employee of Energy Fishing & Rental Services is required to support and adhere to the Company safety and health program and policies including a commitment to the safe practices and safety goals. Incidents reported in violation of the Company Safety and Health Policies are subject to disciplinary action.
 
Through teamwork with management, support staff and field personnel, we pledge to:
 
  • Maintain high standards for environmental, health and safety compliance
  • Comply with all applicable local, state and federal rules and regulations
  • Provide environmental, health and safety training required to perform each job or task
  • Provide the necessary assets for meeting the goals of this commitment
  • Provide an open atmosphere for the discussion of improvements to the HSE program including the prevention of potential HSE hazards and violations
  • Provide the resources needed to meet the changing environmental, health and safety demands of the company, employees, customers and the public
  • Perform audits to assure compliance with regulations and to meet the goals of this commitment
  • Communicate with employees, the goals and objectives of the Corporate Environmental, Health and Safety Program 
  • Develop environmental, health and safety procedures within the framework of Total Safety Management
 

3 YEARS INCIDENT STATISTICS

REPORTING YEAR

2014

2015

2016

Average Number of Personnel

148

126

91

Total of Exposed Hours

392,723

302,524

198,449

Total # of Recordable Cases

0

0

0

Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR)

0

0

0

Total Days Away Cases

0

0

0

Total Days Away Incident Rate

0

0

0

Total # of Fatalities

0

0

0

 

CORPORATE EMR

 EMR

2014

2015

2016

2017

Workers Comp. Experience Rating

0.62

0.55

0.57

0.57

 

3+ YEARS SUMMARY

Average Number of EFR Personnel

121

Total of Exposed Hours

893,686

Total # of Recordable Cases

0

Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR)

0

Total Days Away Cases

0

Total Days Away Incident Rate

0

Total # of Fatalities

0