Superheat Heat Treatment

Celebrating 5 Years Injury Free: Making Safety the Priority in On-site Heat Treatment

Zero Recordable Injuries 2019-2023 badge for safe on-site heat treatment services

Safety at the forefront of manufacturing and operational processes, combined with cultural emphasis, is the critical point of difference for on-site heat treatment providers.

As we continuously preach, safety is a non-negotiable priority in the fast-paced industrial on-site heat treatment world. The absence of stringent safety measures, procedures, and tech advancements poses significant risks to lives and operational sustainability.

Here at Superheat, safety is not just a priority – it’s a core pillar of our company ethos. We take immense pride in not only meeting but exceeding safety standards. Over the past 24 years, our commitment to safety has been unwavering, resulting in an impressive record of 5 years of zero recordable injuries spanning from 2019-2023. This achievement reflects our dedication to the well-being of all workers, the development of a strong safety culture, and our continuous investment in R&D engineering, integrating innovative equipment safety features directly into our product manufacturing roadmap.

Foremost, we wish to recognize and thank each member of our nationwide and international teams. Every individual has contributed to prioritizing safety, particularly those actively engaged in field service operations, consistently making safety their primary focus day after day. The exceptional dedication is further amplified by the outstanding contributions of our Regional Safety Managers, Bret Cadenhead, Joe Brynda, Tony McDonald, and Stephen Guy, who have seamlessly collaborated with our Operations teams, shaping a safety-conscious work environment.

Aligned with our teams’ efforts, our innovation, technology, and manufacturing division, have played a vital role in maintaining consistent safety metrics. Acknowledging the evolving energy, oil, and gas landscape and heightened safety demands, we consistently anticipate the need for advanced equipment. These progressions reduce the human footprint on the worksite, embedding safety into operations and emphasizing a data-driven approach at the forefront of service to our clients.

Strategic investments in R&D and in-house manufacturing afford our precise control over safety features in our equipment. The Superheat SmartPoint™, SmartGen™, and SmartFurnace™ consoles, designed for total wireless remote operation via the global Superheat SmartCenters™, ensure rapid shutdown and power initiation in emergencies. Our proactive component fault mechanisms and independent breaker control adhere to the highest UL, CSA, and CE safety standards. The Superheat SmartPak™ introduces a unique safety lock-out capability directly at the weld location, empowering technicians with personalized SmartCards™ to have immediate power supply control. Diagnostic indicators on the SmartPak’s digital display also provide real-time operational knowledge to field staff, giving them informative data to pinpoint solutions should component faults occur. Ultimately, we take guessing out of discovery work and unnecessary time spent by the labor force in hazardous locations. Simultaneously, our SmartView™ digital QA and project management platform centralizes all safety procedures for quick access.

Outside of our technological advances, we aim to implement safety procedures at the human engagement level. The “Stop Work Authority” initiative enhances safety by identifying hazards and promptly halting work to prevent potentially severe job site injury. In 2023, introducing our new QR code vehicle inspection process resulted in a threefold increase in procedural compliance. Finally, our SWAT (Safe Work Action Team) QR code submissions increased 57% in 2023, amplifying companywide behavioral-based safety measures and underscoring Superheat’s commitment to an integrated and comprehensive safety culture.

This milestone reflects our core values and the trust placed in our safety systems. At Superheat, safety is not just a priority but a way of life.

Jamie Cox
Executive Director of Workforce Management and Safety

Superheat’s Executive Director of Workforce Management and Safety, Jamie Cox, said, “I am delighted to share this significant achievement. Superheat has completed five injury-free years, a testament to our unwavering commitment to safety. Beyond being a mere statistic, this milestone embodies our collective dedication to a secure work environment. It’s about meeting safety standards and fostering a culture where safety is ingrained in every action. Our vigilant adherence to protocols and proactive risk management have been instrumental in this success. This milestone reflects our core values and the trust placed in our safety systems. At Superheat, safety is not just a priority, but a way of life.

As we embark on a new year, we eagerly anticipate maintaining this standard of excellence and further solidifying Superheat’s position as the Better.Safer.Faster™ on-site heat treatment provider in the market.


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 preheat and post weld 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 marketing@superheatfgh.com or call 1.888.508.3226.