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Integral’s safety program has been audited and received a Certificate of Recognition (COR) under the Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA). Integral Energy was also recognized as one of Alberta's Safest Employers through the Partnerships in Injury Reduction Program, the Alberta Government, and WCB.  



Integral has a comprehensive Safety Management Program which covers Company Safety, Environment, Company Rules, Assignment of Responsibility, Right to Refuse Dangerous Work, Hazard Assessment and Controls, Safety Work Practices and Job Procedures, PPE, Maintenance and Inspections, Emergency Procedures, and Electrical Safety Program (ESP). Our safety programs includes daily, weekly and monthly safety meetings, daily tailgate meetings, regular vehicle inspections, reporting all incidents and accidents immediately, and ensuring that industrial safety standards are strictly adhered to. 

To ensure that Integral maintains the highest standards of safety we require that all employees provide driver’s abstracts and complete comprehensive drug and medical tests before they are hired. 

Integral’s training policy covers New Employee Orientation, Safety Training, Management/Foreman Safety Training, First Aid, and Mentoring Development and Competency Reviews. To ensure all company personnel are properly trained, Integral provides employees with specific training and courses related to their roles and responsibilities which may include:

  • H2S training (Awareness & Alive) 
  • Fall Protection
  • Confined space entry/monitor 
  • First Aid
  • Transportation of dangerous goods
  • Leadership for Safety Excellence
  • Ground Disturbance 
  • Z462 Training ( Arc Flash)
  • WHIMIS 2015
  • FLHA
  • Hazard assessment and identification
  • Safe Work Permit
  • Elevated Work Platform 
  • Electrical Safety Program (ESP) 
  • Driver Awareness 

Integral’s track record of success have earned us several safety awards which include the following: 

  • Oct 21, 2020 - Cedar Valley Lodge Camp Project, LNG Canada Facility: Integral achieved a milestone of 500 days with zero incidents or injuries. Over the past 500 days, the on-site crew expended over 110,000 hours and peaked at 60 workers working through some extreme climates and work scopes. CVL management indicated this achievement is because of the commitment of both the workers and supervision into the BBO program. Over the course of the job, they submitted 12,066 BBO’s and 100% participation every day from all employees. The constant interactions and hazard identifications helped everyone go home safe every day.
  • On April 9, 2018 Suncor recognized Integral Energy for successfully reaching another 365 days recordable injury free, previously reaching 435 days in April 2017. There was a total of 602,000 man-hours worked without a SIFp classified incident and 1,006,165 man-hours worked without a lost time incident. The client issued a newsletter stating the following: “These statistics show Integral Energy’s commitment to safety leadership on the Fort Hills project and their ongoing dedication to “Safety Above All Else”. From their upper management to craft it clearly shows their commitment and belief in doing it the right way, with integrity.”
  • Jan 20, 2017: Integral received the Suncor Safety Leadership Award at Fort Hills Secondary Extraction - KBR Wabi for exceeding one year (365 days) and 337,431 exposure hours without a lost time accident, recordable injury or high potential near miss. Integral Energy had more than 160 team members performing all electrical, Instrumentation, telecommunication construction and maintenance activities. With more than 330,000 man hours, Integral installed approximately 85,000m of cable tray, 290,000m of cable and terminated 165,000 cables while maintaining a productivity factor of >1.17 and SPI (schedule performance indicator) of >0.97. Integral was closely involved in the early planning and development of safe execution plans and FIWP (field installation work packages) and extensively used 3D model software during the review and translation of the FIWP with crews and supervision to increase productivity.
  • Integral Energy received the Contractor of the Month Safety Award at the Husky Sunrise CPF Project 13 times during 2013 & 2014
  • Integral received recognition in May 2015 from WCB Alberta and Alberta Ministry of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour for Integral’s diligence in safety and effective return-to-work programs as part of the 2014 Partnerships in Injury Reduction Program
  • Integral received a safety award from Statoil in 2010, and,
  • Contractor of the Month award for outstanding performance and lasting contribution on the Canaport LNG project in 2009. 

Integral is committed to exceptional health and safety practices to ensure the safety of the communities we work in, contractors, partners and employees. We take a proactive approach to identifying, preventing and mitigating safety issues, continuously seeking ways to improve safety performance as one of our top priorities on any project.

Integral’s risk-reduction strategy includes the development of numerous safe work practices to support optimal safety of the worksite. This includes daily, weekly and monthly safety meetings, regular vehicle inspections, immediate reporting of any/all incidents and ensuring that industry safety standards are understood and practiced by all team members.