Zero Incidents Zero Injuries Zero Risks

Zero Incidents
Zero Injuries
Zero Risks

BECAUSE SAFETY IS
OUR MOST IMPORTANT
MISSION IN THE FIELD

WE ARE ON
A MISSION

Our Mission Zero safety program supports crew and site safety, providing clear processes and protocols at every step of the job, from rigorous pre-project safety planning to laying the groundwork for safety improvement innovations.

BECAUSE SAFETY IS
OUR MOST IMPORTANT
MISSION IN THE FIELD

WE ARE ON
A MISSION

Our Mission Zero safety program supports crew and site safety, providing clear processes and protocols at every step of the job, from rigorous pre-project safety planning to laying the groundwork for safety improvement innovations.

01

10 SAFETY
ELEMENTS

From commitment and accountability to assurance, review and improvement, these elements outline a safe, healthy amd responsible working environment.

SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE

Equipment does not work as intended

SOMETHING HAS CHANGED

People, equipment, procedure/ process

01

SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE

No detection control/
alarm

SOMETHING HAS CHANGED

Unexpected change of scope

02

SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE

Work around needed
for normal function

SOMETHING HAS CHANGED

Job/task not going as planned

03

SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE

Requires high level of human force

SOMETHING HAS CHANGED

Something stuck or jammed

04

SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE

Equipment does not work as intended

SOMETHING HAS CHANGED

People, equipment, procedure/ process

05

SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE

lack of knowledge or understanding

SOMETHING HAS CHANGED

Complacency = change over time

06

SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE

unsafe act or
behavior

SOMETHING HAS CHANGED

Introduction of SIMOPS

07

SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE

unsafe
conditions

SOMETHING HAS CHANGED

Near miss or incident

08

SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE

process/procedure is
incomplete

SOMETHING HAS CHANGED

Tripped alarms or safeguards

09

02

7 ESSENTIAL
STEPS

While the 10 safety elements make up the “what”, the Seven Essential Steps make up the “when”. This is our step-by-step playbook of roles and responsibilities.

Stop

  • Stop what you are doing
  • Remove yourself from immitent danger
  • When multi-tasking ensure other tasks are covered while you focus

01

notify

  • Notify anyone in imminent danger
  • Notify Supervisor

02

investigate

  • Assess the situation with a supervisor and other services when required
  • Stabilize the situation
  • Was there a breakdown of “Seven Steps to Zero” while you focused?

03

correct

  • Unsafe conditions, hazards, or behaviours will be corrected based on the findings from the investigation
  • All affected parties will be notified of what corrective actions were implements and that will be recommended

04

resume

  • Only once corrections have been agreed upon, recorded, completed and communicated
  • Only once seven steps to Zero program has been applied

05

Monitor

  • Monitor employees and corrective actions

06

03

PRE-WORK
TRANSITIONS

Thinking ahead can make all the difference in safety. But how you move from planning to execution is still a critical step in safe work operations. These transitions prevent casualties.

04

STOP WORK
AUTHORITY

Sometimes the right thing to do on a mission is to halt progress immediately. So part of Mission Zero is communicating Stop Work Authority in a way that everyone understands and respects.

DATA DRIVEN
ORGANIZATION

EDGE OFS leaders from each portfolio company share data that was provided by their employees, as well as industry best practices, for progress optimization.

Strong support on any job

For Ironclad customer support, help, and advice,
reach out to us anytime.

For Ironclad customer support, help, and advice, reach out to us anytime.

Contact

David Duke
337-258-9030