Emergency Rescue Services

Fire Suppression Solutions on Oil and Gas Construction Sites

2020-02-18T18:50:33-07:00

Once an oil and gas site is fully operational, fire suppression operations are delegated to fire and safety crews on-site and on standby in case of an incident. However, when the oil and gas site is still under construction, the site still requires safety and fire fighting personnel on standby.

Fire Suppression Solutions on Oil and Gas Construction Sites2020-02-18T18:50:33-07:00

Emergency Response at Remote Oil and Gas Sites – What’s Involved

2020-02-28T15:42:17-07:00

In addition to the obvious responsibility of responding to health and worker safety, emergency response services teams also oversee a large range of activities pertaining to safety planning, worker safety training, and coordination with local and provincial emergency response teams.

Emergency Response at Remote Oil and Gas Sites – What’s Involved2020-02-28T15:42:17-07:00

Performing Due Diligence When Hiring an Emergency Response Team

2020-02-17T18:42:46-07:00

When looking to hire a vendor for your emergency response or high angle rescue needs, it’s important to perform due diligence to ensure that both the vendor and the individuals on their team have the experience and capabilities to fulfill their responsibilities to your company’s workers.

Performing Due Diligence When Hiring an Emergency Response Team2020-02-17T18:42:46-07:00

Why Hiring an Emergency Response Team is Cheaper Than Training Your Own

2020-02-28T15:36:36-07:00

With oil prices at a multi-year low, oil companies are re-evaluating their investment in projects and cutting expenses across the entire company as they prepare to face a deteriorated outlook. In addition to improved safety, here are three ways that an external vendor can reduce your emergency response costs.

Why Hiring an Emergency Response Team is Cheaper Than Training Your Own2020-02-28T15:36:36-07:00

Oil & Gas Sites: Why You Need an Emergency Response Team

2020-02-28T15:42:34-07:00

Oil and gas workers are highly valuable and skilled workers. In addition to certain situations requiring emergency response teams on standby, by law, it’s also in a company’s interest to protect their workers to ensure maximum productivity. Serious injuries can result in employees taking upwards of 50 days of paid leave or in the worst case, not able to return to work at all.

Oil & Gas Sites: Why You Need an Emergency Response Team2020-02-28T15:42:34-07:00

Why Outsourcing High Angle Rope Rescue Makes Sense When Oil Prices Are Low

2020-02-28T15:38:34-07:00

In today’s market with soft oil and commodity prices affecting the short-term viability of new and existing projects, outsourcing can be attractive because as it allows you to quickly and easily change course to minimize cost, maximize cash flow and mitigate risk.

Why Outsourcing High Angle Rope Rescue Makes Sense When Oil Prices Are Low2020-02-28T15:38:34-07:00