ESG – Field Service Safety Critical to Operational Efficiency

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Aaron McDaniel, Superintendent, Operations & Field Services

Echo Production is committed to creating a workplace that is safe, healthy and injury-free. Our employees and contractors are our most valuable assets, and their safety and health are our first priority. Safety is essential to all business functions and to ensure each of our employees and partners go home safe and sound at the end of every day. Some tenets of Echo’s safety program include:

Stop Work Authority

At Echo Production every employee and contractor have the right, authority, responsibility and obligation to suspend any and all unsafe work actions or conditions through Stop Work Authority.

Incident Reporting

We follow an incident reporting protocol. All employees and contractors are expected to report all injuries, near misses, property damage, observations of unsafe work, security issues, environmental issues, and stop work incidents. We pro-actively track hazard identifications that could cause impacts on personnel, equipment or the environment and implement corrective actions.

Contractor Management Program

Echo’s safety culture is connecting and communicating with our employees and contractors to continually enhance safety processes. Each company is screened for their safety programs and compliance and undergoes a risk assessment. The partnership continues through face-to-face communication and contractor safety meetings.

Our Commitment

Our commitment to workplace safety is evident through all levels of the organization. We continue to refine our processes and metrics as we work towards our goal of zero injuries.

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