Blackeagle Marks One Million Man-Hours Without a Recordable Incident
Blackeagle Energy Services, a leader in the utility and energy industries, is proud to announce it has surpassed one million man-hours without a recordable incident. This milestone was reached on July 26 of this year.
“Blackeagle is in the safety business,” said president and CEO Rick Barrett. “Safety is not a separate function; it is fundamental to everything we do and is at the heart of our planning, execution, and feedback systems. Our employees know safety is vital to themselves, customers and our company, and their ability to work a million hours without incident reflects that.”
Based in Berthoud, Colo., with operations across the country, Blackeagle provides services to the nation’s leading energy transportation and distribution companies.
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“Outstanding safety performance starts and finishes with people. People need to be engaged, focused, trained and possess the right values,” said George Bunker, Blackeagle’s director of environmental health and safety. “As a company, we have programs starting with pre-employment integrity testing, skills based onboarding, operator qualifications, good-catch recognition, safety audits, and weekly craft level performance scorecards that span the life of our projects and reinforce our safety culture.”
Barrett added, “We are extremely proud of this achievement, and I want to thank our many employees for this tremendous accomplishment. They deserve the credit.”
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