ARC Resources: 2014 – 2016

Northern British Columbia and Alberta

After a series of serious accidents and lost time injuries the management of ARC Resources was referred to us by their counterparts in the industry.  CSI’s HSE team joined the ARC’s HSE team and after a series of audits and observations many major gaps were identified. CSI along with ARC’s HSE team built an extensive Action Plan which was then rolled out systematically project wide. The plan soon was paying dividends and the TRIF started a downward trend.  As the safety culture grew it was noticed the holes were being drilled faster as the crews became more efficient. Within 1 year CSI had HSE professionals throughout ARC’s entire operations from construction, drilling, completions, well servicing, facilities and pipeline and the TRIF was pushed down to below 1. Our responsibilities also include doing a presentation at all “kick off meetings” and an annual presentation to the company’s board of directors.

  • review, update and build SWP
  • develop a strong LOTO (lock out tag out) policy
  • supply and operate breathing air equipment for IDLH (immediately dangerous to life or health) environments
  • conduct fit testing for air breathing equipment
  • test all frac fluid for NORMs (naturally occurring radioactive material)
  • oversee all lifting and hoisting
  • load securement training and inspections