The health and safety of our employees as well as the preservation of our environment are principal components of ENEFEN’s mission and determine how we operate. ENEFEN is in the business of actively encouraging, promoting and achieving fuel efficiency for industrial combustion equipment. Our objectives in providing these services are not only cost savings, but also increased equipment safety, a reduction in fuel consumption and a reduction in harmful emissions. We therefore promote a culture of personal and environmental protection so that these principles are actively applied to how we operate.
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Reporting and Investigating Injuries and Incidents The information in this Safety Bulletin is intended to help employers report and investigate workplace injuries and incidents as required by the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act. This is the law that governs workplace health and safety in Alberta. 1L016-Legislation, Revised January 2009
Safe Operation of Fired Equipment in Hazardous Locations Alberta Employment and Immigration investigated a flash fire in which a treater fire box ignited a cloud of accidentally released natural gas. The ignition occurred because the burner access port on the fire box front cover had been left open. Since it is physically impossible to prevent ignition when an explosive atmosphere meets with a source of ignition, the primary safety objective is to stop the flame from propagating (by containing an explosion) and igniting an explosive atmosphere outside the equipment. SH014 - General Safety, Revised January 2004
The OHS Act, Regulation and Code set out the minimum requirements for health and safety in Alberta workplaces. Officers enforce the legislation by issuing orders to employers. If an employer disagrees with the order, it may be appealed. Visit http://employment.alberta.ca/whs-ohs for OHS Act, Regulation and Code.
Work Safe Alberta is an initiative to reduce work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities, in consultation with industry and labour. www.worksafely.org