Opla’s Quality, Health, Safety, and Environment (QHSE) system is committed to protecting and promoting the safety and wellbeing of employees, clients, contractors, visitors, the community, and the environment.
All Opla employees share in the responsibility of ensuring the QHSE system is developed and maintained to the highest standards. We conduct all of our business activities in a manner that is consistent with the values expressed in our corporate policies and procedures. Risks are managed to prevent occupational injuries and sickness, through proper work planning, QHSE training, hazard identification, inspections, and incident investigations.
The training and development of Opla employees and contractors is a critical component of the safety system. Management is responsible for providing QHSE training that provides employees with the knowledge to protect themselves and others from potential harm. Supervisors at Opla are accountable to ensure all parties are given the appropriate knowledge and equipment to deal with any risks they encounter in the workplace. Employees have the responsibility to clearly identify any potential risks and hazards and to refuse any work that may pose an undue threat.