At ALSA Road Construction, we are serious about safety and by making sure our staff are adhering to the Occupational Health and Safety guidelines at all times, to help achieve our goal of zero workplace incidents. We understand that we owe it to our employees, customers and clients to provide the safest conditions possible, while also protecting stakeholders and the environment.
To provide the safest working conditions possible, we constantly monitor our construction sites for potential safety concerns and address them immediately. We have curated an extensive health, safety and environmental program at ALSA involving both internal and external safety training programs. ALSA Road Construction has received a COR (Certificate of Recognition) from Alberta Construction and Safety Association which means our Health and Safety Management System (HSMS) has been evaluated by a certified auditor and meets provincial standards.
ALSA Road Construction is a multi-cultural employer and has learned from challenges which in turn has made our company stronger. With the onset of a training program, Respect in the Workplace, we have been able to address the challenges, as they arise, and the program has been well-received by our entire team. We stand united, promoting a safe and respectful workplace.
Our ALSA team clearly understands that Alberta construction safety doesn’t just involve protecting our employees, but also extends to the very environment in which we work. We work hard to develop or adopt new practices that will further reduce our environmental impact. We recycle materials when and where we can, we maintain and upgrade our equipment, as needed, to ensure that it is running as efficiently as possible and we do our best to protect the environment we work with.