Tag Archives: road safety

What’s your safety resolution for 2016?

Happy new year! We hope you stayed safe in 2015, and had a happy, healthy year.

As we head into 2016, this is a great time to think about the habits and practices that help protect you and those around you every day; and to make some resolutions for the new year. After all, if you pay special attention to even one small change, it could make the difference between life and death.

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Safety in your words: We asked, you answered, part 2

This is part two in our ‘We asked, you answered series’, in which we ask oil and gas field workers to share their opinions about safety.

When we asked “what safety tip do you follow every day?”, we found that people have some very definite ideas about what’s important.   Continue reading

Safety survivors (part 5): how driving while tired almost ended a young life 

This is the fifth post in our Safety survivors series, in which we hear from people who’ve survived serious injury, both on and off the job. This week we’ll see how a long day and a late night nearly cost a young man his life. Continue reading

4 common safety hazards, and how to make them safer

Here on this blog we pick a different safety topic each week and provide information on how that might relate to you and your organization. This week we’re shaking things up a little: here are four common hazards that we think are worth special attention: Continue reading

The human side of safety: lessons from a highway tragedy

This is the second post in our Human side of safety series, and this week we hear from Wendy Ellen-Nittel whose 23-year old son, Blaine, was killed transporting a service rig. Continue reading

How to keep your workers safe on the road

Did you know that a traffic collision occurs every five minutes in Alberta?

According to ‘Driving for Work’, a publication by Work Safe Alberta, one person is killed and 65 injured every day, in Alberta, in a motor vehicle collision.

If you have employees on the road, that’s a figure you should be taking very seriously.  Continue reading