Safety

Health, Safety, Security, and Environment

CSA is respected as a leading international marine environmental consulting firm with a formal Health, Safety, Security, and Environment (HSSE) program to protect human health, avoid and prevent accidents and injuries, and minimize impact to the environment.

Because we view HSSE as an integral component of our business model and critical to our ability to deliver quality services and products to our clients, CSA emphasizes the importance of HSSE for every activity and provides the resources, knowledge, and training necessary for staff to meet HSSE objectives. We actively manage our business activities to achieve and exceed the highest U.S. and international safety and environmental performance standards, while conducting our operations in strict compliance with applicable U.S. and host country laws, government regulations, contractual agreements, and other HSSE-related requirements. We constantly monitor and assess our achievements in an effort to continually improve our HSSE system. We pledge to safeguard the people and environment at every location in which we operate.

Achieving Standards

CSA utilizes a Safety and Environmental Management System (SEMS) approach to safety program administration.

  • Internationally, complies with the requirements of OSHSAS 18001.
  • Working toward compliance with ISO 45001 in 2016.
  • Registered and utilizes ISNETWORLD for oil and gas subcontractor vetting, both in the United States and internationally.
  • Provides trained and profession safety personnel for offshore environmental monitoring and marine activities.
  • Extremely low TRIR and EMR Rates.

Safety Management

At CSA we employ many different techniques to ensure safe operations and promote a safety culture throughout our organization. Conducting business around the world requires that we comply with international standards in addition to OSHA and U.S. EPA regulations.

CSA’s senior management is in complete support of the CSA Safety Program and actively participates in safety meetings, training, and program management. This level of attention and dedication to safety makes it possible for CSA personnel to adjust the programs as necessary to meet client requirements in addition to fostering a safety-first mentality by removing the roadblocks to free and open employee participation and ownership of the CSA Safety Culture.

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