Priority number one:
Maintain exemplary safety record
Awarded 2016 International Safety Training Council’s (ISTC) Safety Achievement Award—Sustained Performance.
“NO JOB IS SO IMPORTANT AND NO SERVICE SO URGENT THAT WE CANNOT TAKE TIME TO PERFORM OUR WORK SAFELY.” excerpt from EnVibe’s Health Safety Security and Environment (HSSE) Program.
When working with EnVibe, you will immediately learn that safety is our #1 priority and proven by our impeccable, documented safety record. As a contractor working in your plant, EnVibe ensures safety, not only for our own employees, but for your employees, your equipment and all operating procedures on and off site.
In complete compliance with OSHA requirements, EnVibe maintains a written Health, Safety, Security, and Environment Program (HSSEP), (available upon request), that institutes mandatory procedures and cautions of the workplace. In addition to the general safety outlines, EnVibe remains OSHA compliant with our program that addresses any site specific hazards.
In addition to our written HSSEP, EnVibe has written Lockout/Tagout Procedures employed for control of hazardous energy which covers any work, servicing, or maintenance on machines and equipment in which the unexpected start up or energization of a machine or equipment, or the release of stored energy, could cause injury or death.
Third-Party Verified Safety Program
The success and history of EnVibe’s Health Safety Security and Environment (HSSE) Program is certificated and accredited by industry recognized organizations PICS, ISNetworld, ISO Compliant, PEC Premier, National Compliance Management Service (NCMS) and SMI Safety.
With this level of third party verification, EnVibe is able to prove that our safety program follows our safety commitments, and that your company can confidently check, verify and hire EnVibe as your partner to get the job done safely and efficiently.
Expert Analysts, experts in Safety
In addition, all of EnVibe’s analysts have up-to-date Basic Orientation Plus Training from a Safety Council that is part of the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils (ARSC). Additionally, each EnVibe Predictive Maintenance Analyst carries a current Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card, and several are Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (HUET) and Safety and Environmental Management Systems (SEMS) certified.
Please see below for more information about the third-party accredited organizations as well as training certifications. If you have any questions about any of EnVibe’s safety, training or accreditations, do not hesitate to contact us with any issues you might have.
ISNetworld collects and verifies health, safety, procurement, quality and regulatory information designed to meet governmental record keeping and Owner Client requirements. Through its Review and Verification Services (RAVS), ISN’s subject-matter experts review and verify contractors’ self-reported information. EnVibe’s record with ISNetworld is available upon request. Please contact EnVibe for more information.
Avetta, formerly PICS Auditing, looks at several objective criteria for accreditation, including but not limited to three years of safety statistics, Experience Modification Rates (EMR), Total Recordable Incidence Rates (TRIR), Lost Work Case Incidence Rates (LWCR) and fatalities. Recordable incident rates like these hold contractors responsible for their actions. EnVibe’s record with PICS is available upon request. Please contact EnVibe for more information.
PEC provides contractor evaluation processes ensuring quality control and minimizing risks that an Operator is exposed to when using Contractors. PEC can verify EnVibe’s safety data, which may be evaluated by PEC Member Operators based on each Operator’s specific scoring criteria. Additionally, at an Operator’s request, PEC may verify your OSHA and EMR documentation, perform face-to-face verifications of specific safety data, and/or allow for uploads of documentation an Operator may require. PEC also keeps SSQ Member Participants up to date with the ever-changing landscape in safety management. EnVibe’s record with PEC is available upon request. Please contact EnVibe for more information.
NCMS provides contractor monitoring for our clients (Oil & Gas Operators) specific safety program requirements. The safety division ensures that the contract companies working for our clients meet the personalized requirements established by them (i.e. written policies, specific testing protocol, random drug/alcohol testing, annual drug/alcohol testing, etc). An initial evaluation of the contract companies’ safety program is performed as well as continuous monitoring of their program and employees. Please contact EnVibe for more information.
Third-party SMI Safety tracks and ensures critical information, in which EnVibe is confirmed to be in compliance with (if applicable): certificates of insurance, bonding qualification, EMR, OSHA recordable incident records, current contracts, scope of work performed and geographic coverage. If you use SMI Safety as your third-party, please contact EnVibe or SMI Safety for certification.
Third-party BROWZ ensures supply chains are safe, qualified and socially responsible by delivering comprehensive solutions to prequalify, assess and monitor compliance. If you use BROWZ as your third-party, please contact EnVibe or BROWZ for certification.
Personnel Training and Accreditation
Basic Orientation Plus® Training
Basic Orientation Plus® reciprocal contractor safety awareness training program meets requirements of the standards listed in the Code of Federal Regulations as enforced by the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) in the components it covers. The components included in Basic Orientation Plus® program are Hazard Communication (HazCom) and Chemical Safety, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Respiratory Protection, Hearing Conservation, Electrical Safety Related Work Practices for Non-Qualified Workers, Elevated Work, Process Safety Management (PSM), Excavation, Trenching & Shoring, Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) and General Rules & Emergency Response.
Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Card
The Transportation Worker Identification Credential (or TWIC) program is a Transportation Security Administration and U.S. Coast Guard initiative in the United States. To gain unescorted access to secure areas of Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) regulated facilities and vessels, a TWIC card is required. To obtain a TWIC, an individual must provide biographic and biometric information such as fingerprints, sit for a digital photograph and successfully pass a security threat assessment conducted by TSA. All EnVibe Analysts carry a current TWIC card.
Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (HUET) Certification
HUET training is preparation for helicopter travel and emergencies while in transit to a job site in water. Simulated environments train for use of safety equipment, with a focus on the forces and survival techniques needed for helicopter submerging and/or inversion of aircraft.
Safety and Environmental Management Systems (SEMS) Certification
SEMS training is used to enhance the safety and cleanliness of offshore operations by reducing the frequency and severity of accidents. The four principal SEMS objectives are to focus attention on the influences that human error and poor organization have on accidents; continuously improvement in the offshore industry’s safety and environmental records; encourage the use of performance-based operating practices; and collaborate with industry in efforts that promote the public interests of offshore worker safety and environmental protection.