Safety Award Program
Rec Marine Logistics offers several safety programs and policies in practice, because we want to ensure our customers and employees that safety is our greatest value.

The following is a list of some of our keyprograms in place at REC Marine Logistics:

Safety and Environmental Management (SEMS) Manual The SEMS Manual is used in side-by-side comparisons with all major oil and gas operators and best practices are constantly updated and added to the REC Marine Logistics SEMS Manual.

Stop Work Authority - All employees and contractors are empowered and expected to stop the work of coworkers or contractors if any personal safety, environmental risk, property damage, or company reputation are at risk. NO repercussions will result from this action.

Behavioral Based Safety - The REC Marine Logistics behavior based safety program is called S.T.E.P., Safety Through Employee Participation. This program uses an informal audit review card as a tool to help in observing people as they work. STEP recognizes safe behavior as well as unsafe, or at risk, behavior.

Permit to Work - The Permit to Work system is a formal written document designed to control certain types of work that have been identified as potentially hazardous. It not only authorizes the performance of potentially hazardous work, but is designed to identify the hazardous and appropriate safety measures to be taken in the performance of that work.

Job Safety Analysis - The Job Safety Analysis process is used to determine the hazards of, and safe procedures for, each step of a job. A specific job or work assignment is separated into a series of relatively simple steps; the hazards associated with each step are identified; and solutions are developed to control each hazard.

Pre-Job Safety Meeting Checklist/Rigger Checklist - The Pre-Job Safety Meeting Checklist and Rigger Checklist is one of most valuable tools available in accident prevention. The Pre-Job Safety Meeting checklist format is designed to be a simple and effective safety tool to be used prior to beginning any routine job task that does not require a (JSA) Job Safety Analysis.

Safety Meeting Reports - Formal weekly safety meetings are conducted on a day designated by the supervisor. Attendance records are kept on the Safety Meeting Form, noting date, time, and topic of discussion. Supervisors can assign different individuals to conduct safety meetings.

Safety Alert / Notice Safety Alerts are identified hazards in the workplace that can cause injury or damage to equipment and must be addressed to ensure that personnel are aware of the hazards and that corrections have been made. The Safety Notice is used to raise the awareness level for potentially hazardous work. Safety meetings are conducted to discuss both Safety Alerts and Safety Notices.

Injury Reporting / Management All injuries, no matter how slight are reported immediately by the employee to the immediate supervisor. Specific guidelines have been developed to ensure that proper care and treatment are promptly received. An investigation is conducted as soon as practicable after the incident with the goal of finding the cause of the accident and prevention of recurrence.

Short Service Employee Program (SSE) - This program is used as means of identifying employees who are new to the Company and may be at higher risk than those who are familiar with Company policies, procedures and job duties, and to provide them with the tools to become safe and productive employees.


   

 

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