In Alberta, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Regulations and Code are administered by Employment and Immigration – Government of Alberta. At Stampede Crane, we not only follow but exceed Crane Safety standards for our employees and our customers. Stampede Crane & Rigging works at all times to ensure that we meet and exceed all requirements of the OH&S Act, Regulation and Code. Stampede Crane commits to meeting and exceeding all industry, provincial and federal Health, Safety and Environmental Standards. Stampede Crane surpasses legislative standards by implementing an Incident and Injury Free (IIF) safety program. IIF is effective in creating a safe environment by changing the culture of the workplace. When everyone is actively building and developing relationships with each other, safety is no longer just applied to the time spent at work.
Ensuring the Health and Safety of Workers
As a business priority, we ensure the health and safety of all workers for Stampede Crane & Rigging, and any other workers present at a Stampede Crane worksite. We remedy any workplace conditions that are hazardous to the health or safety of our workers and ensure that all workers are made aware of all known or reasonably foreseeable health or safety hazards to which they are likely to be exposed to by their work. We ensure that all of our workers are made aware of their rights and duties under the applicable provincial Health, Safety and Environmental Regulation and Code. We have established occupational health and safety policies and programs in accordance with the regulations. All of our workers have been provided with the necessary information, instruction, training and supervision necessary to ensure their health and safety and the safety of other workers at the worksite. If you have any safety concerns at any time please feel free to contact any Stampede office to answer any and all questions you may have.
Stampede Crane & Rigging is also a member in good standing with the following organizations.