HEALTH & SAFETY
North Shore is committed to the personal health and safety of all employees, subcontractors, and the general public. We recognize that safety is an integral part of business operations and our goal is for an injury and accident free workplace at our offices and project sites. North Shore has a dedicated Senior Health and Safety Manager who monitors and maintains our Health and Safety Program. Training is provided to all employees internally and supported through certified safety training courses. Our commitment to Health and Safety includes:
- company specific Standards, Safe Work Guidelines and Safe Operating Procedures;
- comprehensive health and safety training;
- internal and external auditing programs; and,
- proactive hazard assessment and risk mitigation protocol.
North Shore is registered with the Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Northwest Territories Worker’s Compensation Boards (WCB) and maintains a Certificate of Recognition (COR) in Alberta. North Shore upholds a good standing with several contractor qualification systems, including Avetta, ComplyWorks, CQN Advantage, and ISNetworld.
A summary of our five-year safety statistics is outlined below (TRIF – Total Recordable Incident Frequency; MVI – Motor Vehicle Incident; MVIR – Motor Vehicle Incident Rate):