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11 Hy Grade Crescent

PO Box 1527, Alberta T0J 0YO

Main (403) 823-9920

Fax (403) 823-9923

Drayton Valley

3351 - 50th Street

Alberta, T7A 1S2

Main (780) 621-0076

Fax (780) 621-0092

Grande Prairie

11266 89th Avenue

Alberta, T8V 5V8

Main (587) 725-3664

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At Flomax Compression the number one priority is the safety of the public and its employees and contractors, and the protection of the environment.

Flomax Compression focuses on operational integrity and process safety to protect the public, minimize any impact to the environment, safeguard the health and wellbeing of employees, contractors, customers, protect physical assets (such as facilities and equipment) from damage or loss.


       ·         Equipment and facilities are designed, constructed, instrumented and operated to reduce hazards to as low as reasonably practicable


       ·         Procedures are developed, implemented and continually updated so that safe work practices are followed


       ·         Workers are trained, coached and supervised; and personal protective equipment is always worn


To further protect workers and manage risk, the Company requires its workforce to have appropriate qualifications, competencies and training prior to starting work. Its Flomax Compressions expectation that all employees, suppliers, guests and sub-contractors maintain a high level of commitment to health, safety and environment.


All contractors are required to be familiar with Flomax Compression Alcohol & Drug Policy and Industries Life-Saving Rules.


With a goal of no incidents, Flomax Compression analyzes and reports all events, the corrective actions taken, and then shares what is learned to help anticipate and prevent future occurrences. The root cause of an incident is extensively investigated, and Flomax Compression fully supports any regulator-led investigation that may be warranted.


Flomax tracks and measures its safety performance as part of its risk management strategy, adopting metrics that measure and continuously improve performance. These include measurements of performance before a loss occurs, such as the number of inspections, audits and proactive measures executed at the field level. The number of events that involve a loss, such as lost time incidents (LTIs) and the total recordable injury rate (TRIR) are also tracked.