Our commitment to safety is a critical part of our workplace culture – for more than 20 years we’ve fine-tuned our Health, Safety and Environmental Management System.
We have earned the Certificate of Recognition (COR) with the Partnerships in Health and Safety Program
certified by the Petroleum Industry Training Service. We’ve also focused on education training and communication to continually improve safety practices. This ensures that our management, supervisors, employees, contractors and subcontractors are engaged in our techniques and able to work safely and
effectively while complying with relevant rules and legislation.
Kodiak has taken an active leadership role in the Wireline Industry through our participation in the Petroleum Services Association of Canada Health and Safety Transportation and Oil Well Perforating Committees. We are committed to quality and safety through our participation in the development of a Standard of Competence for all of our services, with full time QHSE staff committed to ensure our operations and procedures are following and exceeding regulatory compliance.
Our corporate HSE Policy is overseen by the Health, Safety and Environmental committee which provides direction for the management of HSE and input current and emerging health, safety and environmental Issues.
Provision of specialized services (Wireline, Slickline). Consulting and technical support for the evaluation and optimization of the performance of drilling fluids, solid control management, water treatment and waste management in drilling wells, for the hydrocarbon sector; basing the general structure of the system on the guidelines of the ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, ISO 45001:2018, Decree 1072 of 2015, Resolution 0312 of 2019 and RUC Guide, parent company determinations and own standards defined by the organization, in order to achieve the satisfaction of our stakeholders, as well as control potential emergency situations, such as hydrocarbon spills, environmental impacts due to soil damage (waste generation), resource depletion (water and energy savings ) and the control of existing occupational risks in the organization. This scope is framed in the activities related to work, planned or carried out by the organization, and controlled in its IDPVDR matrix. which also includes the activities, products, and services under the control or influence of the organization that may have an impact on the organization's OH&S performance. This scope has been established and may be increased, limited or modified, depending on external and internal issues, based on the understanding of the organization and its context, as well as the requirements of relevant interested parties. Within the scope of the environmental management system, control is included in the event of possible emergency situations, such as affectations due to the generation of waste and containment, which may have an environmental impact and which are ensured through the waste control management procedure or the emergency plan.