At Phoenix Group of Companies, we believe our people are our greatest resource, and we work tirelessly to provide world-class safety programs for our team…investing in their success and wellbeing both today and in the future.
A Foundation of Safety
Workface safety doesn’t happen by accident. From start to finish, safety is our top priority. Industry training programs, strict health & safety guidelines, and in-house mentorship programs help us foster a work environment that supports and enhances the wellbeing of our people.
As an organization, we have a fully implemented safety program. We provide rigorous training to ensure everyone understands all risks and challenges involved.
All “green hands” are assigned a mentor to help them become accustomed to their new environment and to establish safe work practices.
Onsite Safety Support
Our safety specialists are onsite throughout every project to ensure both stakeholders and team members are kept safe during each stage of construction and project work.
Encouraged and respected at all times through our established reporting processes and weekly safety consultations.
Behavioral Assessment System
Proactively establishes indicators that are shared with employees to establish solutions for all safety issues.
External Partner Engagement
We provide independent safety support services on third-party projects to help elevate the development and awareness of safety protocols within our industry.
Our commitment to safety is more than lip service. We hold our team accountable to the highest standards of excellence. As part of the Phoenix commitment to safety, we are certified to the following industry-recognized standards:
- COR (Certificate of Recognition – ACSA)
- ISO 9001:2015
- Avetta(formerly PICS Auditing)
- Government of Alberta – Partnerships in Injury Reduction
Leadership for Safety Excellence
Phoenix is committed to setting the industry standard for excellence and innovation at all levels of our organization. Through dedicated workface support, we ensure our staff has access to the best training and resources available from reputable industry partners such as the Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA), empowering them to take a leadership role in safety awareness and workface excellence.