Camp Safety & Enviroment
REMOTE CAMP SAFETY
Ensuring the Health and Safety of all camp employees and guests is our first priority. Our commitment to safety is demonstrated in our annual safety performance and the awards we have received. We are active members in industry safety groups in all the provinces where we operate.
We achieve our industry leading safety record through planning, preparation and training of our employees and sub contractors. Our Health and Safety Policy is the foundation of our business success. Management is responsible for maintaining a safe work environment in all our remote camp operations to ensure work is in compliance with government regulations and corporate requirements. Camp employees and contractors are responsible for following Outland policies and providing feedback to improve health and safety performance. Everyone shares the responsibility to work safety, with equal concern for co-workers, the public and the environment.
Our target is zero accidents every day: Target Zero. We will do everything we can to remove the risks of accidents from our business, wherever we work.
"All our people, contractors and stakeholders will have an awareness and understanding of health and safety hazards and risks that affect our business and of the behaviors expected of them and others. They will have the competence to undertake their work with minimum risks to health and safety and will be engaged to reduce risk, remove hazards and improve our offer of a safe and healthy workplace."
If you would like more information about Outland's HSE Policy, Guiding Principles or any other safety initiative, please contact any one of our managers.
Outland considers protection of the environment while operating remote housing to be an important part of our corporate obligation. Our ultimate goal is zero environmental impact resulting from our operations. Concern for the environment and promoting a broader sustainability agenda are integral to Outland's professional activities and the management of our organization. We aim to follow and to promote good sustainability practice, to reduce the environmental impacts of all our activities and to help our clients and partners to do the same.
Protecting Canada's natural environment is a national concern. Outland shares that concern and is committed to minimizing the impact of its activities on the environment while managing our operations economically and efficiently.
We take responsibility in upholding this commitment by:
- Complying with applicable environmental law, industry standards, and our own policies.
- Developing objectives, supported by targets, to manage potentially significant environmental aspects.
- Training staff, suppliers and contractors to enhance awareness of relevant environmental matters.
- Making environmental considerations an integral part of our planning process.
- Operating our vehicles and facilities in a manner that protects the environment.
- Identifying and mitigating the adverse impacts of our operations on the environment in keeping with good environmental and business practices.
- Remaining sensitive to the concerns of the public.
- Responding to environmental emergencies in a prompt and efficient manner.
- Committing sufficient resources to ensure that our employees are fully informed of their responsibilities and are trained to protect the environment while performing their duties.
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"That's a WRAP!" First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program 2018
The Outland Youth Employment Program had another successful season in 2018! The First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program (FNNRYEP), developed and operated by Outland over the last two decades, is an education, training and work opportunity for Northern Ontario Indigenous youth. The six week program partners with many regional stakeholders to offer a meaningful, culturally relevant, life/work skills oriented live-in experience in a remote camp facility. Read More »
Fairfax Successfully Completes Acquisition of Carillion Canada’s Services Business
CONCORD, ONTARIO, March 7, 2018 – Outland-Carillion Services and Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited ("Fairfax") (TSX: FFH and FFH.U) announce the successful completion of the previously announced acquisition of certain assets and liabilities related to Carillion's Canadian support services operations. Read More »
First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program
The First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program (FNNRYEP), developed and operated by Outland over the last two decades, is an education, training and work opportunity for Northern Ontario Indigenous youth. The six week program partners with many regional stakeholders to offer a meaningful, culturally relevant, life/work skills oriented live-in experience in a remote camp facility. Watch the video »
Outland kitchen team work hard to supply food services to emergency Bak Lake Fire camp
Outland kitchen team from Fort Hope, Grassy Narrows, Seine River and Fort William indigenous communities work hard to supply food services to emergency Bak Lake Fire camp in north western Ontario. Read more »
Outland FNNRYEP students attend Annual Science Week at Lakehead University and Confederation College.
TBT News item featuring Outland FNNRYEP students. Watch the video »
Congratulations Ryan Klages on your promotion to Operations Manager!
Congratulations are in order to Outland's Ryan Klages on his promotion to Operations Manager of Manitoba. Read More... »
"Anything is Possible.." First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program 2016
Check out highlights from the the 2016 FIrst Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program in Northern Ontario. The video chronicles the journey of various youth as they navigate their way through training, education and work projects over the course of six weeks at the camps. Read More.. »
Volunteer Award awarded to Outland's Dave Bradley and Sarah Ambroziak!
Congratulations are in order to Outland's Dave Bradley and Sarah Ambroziak for being awarded one of Carillion Canada's STAR Awards. Both received The Volunteer Award for their amazing work with the First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program. Read More... »