At Altus Group, safety is integral to our business. Across all operations, the health, safety and welfare of our employees, clients, assets, the general public and the environment from loss or injury caused by accidents, unsafe acts or hazardous conditions is paramount.

We’re dedicated to creating a safe and healthy workplace by developing programs and employing the necessary training that exceeds industry standards. All personnel are responsible for knowing, understanding and complying with the requirements of our Corporate Health & Safety Program through training courses that include First Aid, Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Awareness, Ground Disturbance and Line Locating, as well as any specific rules and regulations prescribed for each given project.

Safety is a way of life.

Altus Group recognizes that Health & Safety, when applied effectively and consistently, is a lifestyle, and works to the benefit of everyone. We adhere to the most up-to-date standards and procedures, including applicable municipal, provincial and federal legislation – that are in place to reduce risk for our workers, the environment and the general public during our survey operations.

Best in-class certification.

    • Corporate Health & Safety Program: officially recognized by the Canadian Oil and Gas industry
    • ENFORM Certificate of Recognition (COR) in AB, SK & MB in compliance with provincial Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) regulations: to systematically improve health and safety performance, create a proactive health and safety culture, and reduce the risk and costs associated with incidents
    • Construction Safety Association of Manitoba Certificate of Recognition (COR) in MB
    • Member, Canadian Association of Pipeline & Utility Locating Contractors (CAPULC): cultivating leadership, encouraging safety and advancing the reputation of the underground facility locating industry in Canada


Jennifer Alain, HSE Manager

Safety Associations

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