Pipeworx – Where Safety and Quality are #1

At Pipeworx Ltd., safety is paramount. From the front line workers to the President, safety is the responsibility of every individual to ensure we all get home safely at the end of each day.

There are many costs to accidents and unsafe work practices. The greatest costs are the human ones. By protecting our workers, we are also protecting their families, friends, the public and the environment.

One of the cornerstones of Pipeworx Ltd.’s success is a successful Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) program. This has been accomplished through pre-job hazard assessments, hazard controls, open discussions and a strong safety committee along with 100% commitment from the President and the managers. In maintaining a strong safety culture at Pipeworx Ltd., safetyflash-red-smallwe achieve sound operational practices, efficient project implementation and execution on all Facility, Pipeline, Modular Construction and Fabrication projects.

Read about our 2013 Safety Award, 2014 Safety Award & 2015 Safety Award

Our Commitments

  1. We are committed to supplying the necessary training to our workers both in classroom and hands on training in the field to ensure each task is completed properly and safely.
  2. We are committed to providing a safe work environment that surpasses industry and client standards.
  3. We will not jeopardize our safety for the benefit of schedule or cost.
  4. We will continue to foster our Safety Culture.

Partners in Safety:

  1. COR Certification Board
  2. Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) member since 2004
  3. Alberta Workers Compensation Board (WCB)
  4. Member of the Partners in Injury Reduction (PIR) program
  5. IRP 16
  6. ISNetworld Certified Vendor
  7. Canada ComplyWorks
  8. PICS – Contractor Prequalification, Screening and Management System

Minimum of Safety Requirements to Join our Team

  1. First Aid Standard
  2. H2S Alive
  3. WHMIS Training
  4. Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG)
  5. Ground Disturbance Level 2 (Superintendents and Equipment Operators)

All Superintendents are required to complete the Tap Root Program
(Accident Investigation)

Worker Rights and Responsibility

  1. Workers have a legal duty to work safely, look out for each other, and follow the health and safety rules and regulations set out by the employer and in the workplace legislation.
  2. All workers have the right to refuse unsafe work.

Quality Control

Pipeworx Ltd. has developed and maintained a quality control program since our inception that meets or exceeds ASME B31.3, ASME 31.1 and CSA Z662. Our Quality Control program is applicable for Facility Construction, Pipeline Construction, Shop Fabrication and Modular Fabrication.

The Quality Control program outlines the procedures that will be used by Pipeworx Ltd. to construct, repair and alter pressure piping in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

All construction is performed in accordance with the current applicable codes and standards, ASME B31.3 Process Piping, Construct, Repair/Alter, ASME B31.1 Power Piping and CWB applicable standards.

Pipeworx Ltd. is also committed to providing and establishing a work culture that meets or exceeds the highest level of industry standards while maintaining compliance with jurisdictional legislation.