The primary concern of the Company is the personal safety and health of each and every employee.

It is the Company policy to provide the resources necessary to ensure that personal safety and health related matters are maintained to the highest standard.

Omega Pipe Inspection & Services operates a Safety Program, which is supported by management, supervisors and employees. The Program encourages co-operation between the parties since it is through a co-operative effort that the Company can achieve and maintain an enviable safety record. Every employee recognizes that the responsibility for health and safety is a shared responsibility.

The Omega Pipe Inspection & Services Safety Program includes:
   The provision of physical safeguards and personal protective equipment
   A regular program of inspection aimed at identifying and eliminating unsafe working conditions and practices
   The training of employees in safety procedures and in safe working practices
   The continual development and refinement of safety and health rules
   Ensuring the adherence to safety and health rules
   The prompt investigation of every accident in order to avoid its recurrence
   The continual development and refinement of working procedures to ensure safe working
   Routine inspection and maintenance of equipment
Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy:
Omega Pipe Inspection & Services is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace and ensuring that the business activities are conducted in a manner that protects the environment.

The policy is established on the basis that concern for the health and safety of the employees and protection of the environment are essential to the successful conduct of any business.

The Management and Personnel shall be responsible for implementing and maintaining the HSE management system necessary to sustain the policy.

Any person whose work may create a significant HSE impact shall be trained and held accountable for complying with the policy and related procedures, practices, instructions and rules.

Working safely and in an environmentally appropriate manner are conditions of employment. Each employee has a duty to report workplace conditions or practices that pose a safety hazard or threaten the environment and to take reasonable actions to alleviate risks.