HSEQ

HSEQ ARE AT THE CORE OF ALL WE DO


Colt is uncompromising in its commitment to the protection of its employees, customers, community, and the environment. We maintain a safe and healthy workplace for all employees, suppliers, and visitors in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

With years of experience in the industrial leak repair industry, we have established ourselves as a trusted partner for businesses seeking reliable solutions that prioritize the well-being of their personnel, the quality of their operations, and practices that adhere to all relevant industry standards and regulations.

OUR COMMITMENT


Safety is at the core of everything we do. We understand the potential risks associated with industrial repairs, and we are dedicated to ensuring the safety of all individuals involved, from our skilled technicians to your on-site personnel. Our commitment to safety includes:

  • Documented procedures
  • Task oriented JSAs
  • Pre-job hazard assessments
  • Comprehensive permitting process
  • Owner / operator training
  • Management of change process
  • On-stream leak repair approval forms
  • API 570 inspection programs
  • Job tracking accountability
  • Temporary repair evaluation / replacement policy

DEDICATION TO QUALITY


At Colt, we understand that industrial leak repairs and specialty mechanical services must be executed with precision and excellence to minimize downtime and ensure the longevity of your equipment. Our commitment to quality includes:

Skilled Technicians: Our technicians are highly skilled and experienced in a wide range of leak repair techniques, enabling them to deliver solutions that stand the test of time.

Premium Materials: We source the highest quality materials for our repairs, ensuring that they are not only effective but also durable and reliable.

Technological Innovations: We invest in emerging technologies that enhance operational efficiency.

Continuous Improvement: We regularly review our processes and techniques to incorporate the latest advancements in leak repair, guaranteeing that our clients benefit from the most innovative solutions.

Client Collaboration: We maintain open lines of communication with our clients throughout the repair process, ensuring that our services align with their specific needs and expectations.

Colt CORE Safety Life Saving Rules Graphic

LIFE SAVING RULES


As part of our CORE safety values, Colt incorporates the IOGP standards for Life Saving Rules into each task we perform daily. Every employee is informed and empowered to exercise the following rules:

Bypassing Safety Controls: Obtain authorization before overriding or disabling safety controls

  • I understand and use safety-critical equipment and procedures which apply to my task
  • I obtain authorization before:
    –disabling or overriding safety equipment
    –deviating from procedures
    –crossing a barrier

Confined Space: Obtain authorization before entering a confined space

  • I confirm energy sources are isolated
  • I confirm the atmosphere has been tested and is monitored
  • I check and use my breathing apparatus when required
  • I confirm there is an attendant standing by
  • I confirm a rescue plan is in place
  • I obtain authorization to enter

Driving: Follow safe driving rules

  • I always wear a seatbelt
  • I do not exceed the speed limit, and reduce my speed for road conditions
  • I do not use phones or operate devices while driving
  • I am fit, rested and fully alert while driving
  • I follow journey management requirements

Energy Isolation: Verify isolation and zero energy before work begins

  • I have identified all energy sources
  • I confirm that hazardous energy sources have been isolated, locked, and tagged
  • I have checked there is zero energy and tested for residual or stored energy

Hot Work: Control flammables and ignition sources

  • I identify and control ignition sources
  • Before starting any hot work:
    –I confirm flammable material has been removed or isolated
    –I obtain authorization
  • Before starting hot work in a hazardous area I confirm:
    –a gas test has been completed
    –gas will be monitored continually

Line of Fire: Keep yourself and others out of the line of fire

  • I position myself to avoid:
    –moving objects
    –vehicles
    –pressure releases
    –dropped objects
  • I establish and obey barriers and exclusion zones
  • I take action to secure loose objects and report potential dropped objects

Safe Mechanical Lifting: Plan lifting operations and control the area

  • I confirm that the equipment and load have been inspected and are fit for purpose
  • I only operate equipment that I am qualified to use
  • I establish and obey barriers and exclusion zones
  • I never walk under a suspended load

Work Authorization: Work with a valid permit when required

  • I have confirmed if a permit is required
  • I am authorised to perform the work
  • I understand the permit
  • I have confirmed that hazards are controlled and it is safe to start
  • I stop and reassess if conditions change

Working at Height: Protect yourself against a fall when working at height

  • I inspect my fall protection equipment before use
  • I secure tools and work materials to prevent dropped objects
  • I tie off 100% to approved anchor points while outside a protected area

Resources

Overview Brochure

Colt Group Leak Repair Cut Sheet

Leak Repair
Cut Sheet

Colt Mechanical Services Cut Sheet

Specialty Mechanical Solutions Cut Sheet

Colt Power Industry Cut Sheet

Power Industry Solutions Cut Sheet