Kitselas Forestry Limited Partnership. Through our past successful relationship, KFLP and Xi Safety are exploring further economic initiatives for future opportunities in the NW quadrant of British Columbia.
Xi Safety has helped many smaller companies attain their HSE Designations in Alberta and continue to provide complimentary HSE services where needed to associations and groups.
Nus De Environmental Services, Fort Fraser, BC. Xi Safety provided 2 On Site Safety Representatives (OSR’s) for the completion of center line clearing of the proposed Pacific Trail Pipeline Project. Working with our second First Nations contractor we provided gap analysis of their HSE program and aligned with Chevron’s HSE expectations as well as ongoing, daily HSE services in the field.
Xi Safety is providing On Site Safety Representative (OSR) services for the demolition of the old sports muliplex, band offices , roads, vegetation and earth works in preparation of the SW quadrant of the Calgary Ring Road.
Xi Safety provided On Site Safety Representative (OSR) services to our client, ABB Power, at Cenovus at Foster Creek and CNRL. Work included installation of Electrical and MCC Houses and various inter-connects at Cenovus. ABB was recognized as a safe performer by their client and awarded additional work. At CNRL, ABB provided electrical services for the new Ore Prep Bin, Crusher and conveyor system and work is progressing with positive safety performance and many new HSE initiatives implemented on site through recommendations of Xi’s OSR.
Todd and Sargent – Xi Safety was contracted to provide an On Site Safety Representative (OSR) to our client for a large grain terminal and silo project in Biggar, Saskatchewan. The project was successfully completed, attaining positive safety metric performance with minimal first aids.
The Trans Mountain Pump Station Expansion Project was successfully completed in 2007. It added 10 new pump stations along the existing TMPL system from Stony Plain to Surrey, BC. which increased its capacity by 5564 m3/d (35,000 bpd). As with the TMX Pipeline Project this position responsible for the portfolios of Safety and Emergency Response. Work closely with regulators including National Energy Board (NEB), BC Parks Service, BC Ministry of Forestry (Fire Protection Div.) and local emergency services along the project in Alberta and British Columbia.
Although Xi Safety was not directly aligned, the Project Safety Manager who is now a managing partner, developed project safety execution documents including Emergency Response Plan, HESS Management Execution Plans, Contractor Selection, HSE subject matter expertise to the Project Director, Chief Inspectors, 6 field safety advisors and regulatory liaison. In addition the Project Field Safety Lead position is the most senior health and safety subject matter expert at site and provided extensive guidance and support to the Project Management Team, project spread safety advisors, inspection personnel and project contractors. When required acted as a liaison with regulators including the National Energy Board (NEB).
Xi Safety is pleased to announce we have delivered a trusted On Site Safety Representative (OSR) to a contractor on the Pacific Trails Pipeline Project, a joint venture between Chevron Canada Ltd. and Apache Canada Ltd.
Apache Canada Ltd. and Chevron Canada Ltd. have signed a broad agreement to build and operate the Pacific Trail Pipeline and Kitimat LNG project. Once the agreement is in place, Chevron Canada, managing operator, and Apache Canada each will become a 50 per cent owner of the Pacific Trail Pipelines Limited Partnership (PTP LP).
The PTP LP is developing the natural gas transmission pipeline system from Summit Lake to Kitimat, British Columbia to serve Kitimat LNG’s export facility near Kitimat, British Columbia. Read more at: pacifictrailpipelines.com
The Health, Security, Safety Emergency Manager is the most senior health and safety subject matter expert at site and will provide extensive guidance and support to the Project Management Team, the inspection personnel, the ETEP safety personnel, and the Contractors and Subcontractors with respect to the implementation of the project H&S Management Plan and industry “best practices”. The HSSE Manager will also:
Directly implement elements of the H&S Management Plan, such as Orientation and reporting. Be responsible for the portfolios of Security and Emergency response. Review and approve Contractor and Subcontractor Health and Safety Programs. Liaise with KM and KMC Corporate Safety Departments and outside agencies in the matter of audits and the evaluation, implementation, tracking, and reporting of corrective actions. Handle the initial management and reporting of incidents and be involved directly or indirectly in incident investigations and the evaluation, implementation, tracking, and reporting of corrective actions. Two of our senior partners were on this project for the construction of 12 new, 400.000 barrel tanks, demolition, fire water system design, implementation, training and security management while delivering a lost time free project with 1,200,000 million man hours.