It is well known that at Superheat safety is a top priority. We are proud to share that for these efforts we have received a certificate of recognition from Partnerships in Injury Reduction in Alberta, Canada.
Partnerships in Injury Reduction is a voluntary program in which employer and worker representatives work collaboratively with government to build effective health and safety management systems. By improving health and safety, the social and financial costs of workplace injury and illness are reduced. This certificate is awarded to employers that have developed a health and safety management system and met established standards.
As with all safety related recognitions, we do not take this lightly and we will continue to strive to achieve a safe workplace for all. Thank you to the Alberta Construction Safety Association and the government of Alberta for this recognition. Additionally, we would like to extend thanks to Tony McDonald, Western Canada HSE Representative, and the rest of the Western Canada team for their continued dedication and pursuit of this certification.
Superheat began in 2000 and was founded on the principle that innovation and technology advancements can produce a safer, more cost-effective, quality-driven way to provide high-quality on-site heat treatment services. We remain the world’s premier on-site heat treatment service provider and continue to build a long-term sustainable growth company providing services to the industrial energy and oil markets. For any media-related questions or inquiries please email email@example.com or call 1.888.508.3226