Long Beach, CA - March 13, 2013 – On March 12th, Envent receives Chevron Refining’s Highest Safety Award – The Gold Star Safety Excellence Award for 2012. The next day, Envent is awarded the 2012 Outstanding Crew Award & The much sought after HES Leadership Award from Chevron Pipe Line for 2012.
According to Envent HES Director Brian Miller, “this was an exciting week for me, being handed the Gold Star Safety Excellence Award from Chevron El Segundo on Tuesday by the El Segundo Plant Manager, then driving up to the Western HQ for Chevron Pipe Line the next day to receive the 2012 Outstanding Crew Award from the CPL Western Unit Business Manager”. What a great week for Envent and nicely done! On top of that Envent was awarded the Contractor Health, Environment & Safety Leadership Commitment Award!
The 2012 Chevron Refining Award was given to Envent after another stellar safety and operational year and it is always nice to be recognized for our efforts. Envent was selected from 350 CPL contractors. Envent crews underwent 12 separate customer HES audits during multiple jobs that were part of an emergency response. In each audit, Envent employees nailed it. What a great achievement and for Envent, the credit lies with the employees who buy in to our commitment to safety and compliance.
This is the 4th year in a row that Envent Corporation has received Health, Safety & Environmental Excellence Awards from Chevron!
Alert Response by Envent Personnel Provides for Rapid Emergency Response and No Injuries.
Long Beach, CA – March 6, 2013 - Envent has the finest trained personnel in the industry. Like a pilot on an airplane, they are trained to follow the routine and be very prepared for a problem. When that problem arose on a job last month where a piece of equipment operated by the plant began to leak, our operators took swift action, shutting the unit down, notifying the plant personnel and evacuating. We reward such actions but they are expected of our highly trained operators. Envent is in it’s 8th year with a 0.0 TRIR and EMR of 0.64. We have continue to remain the #1 Industry Leader in Tank Degassing, Vapor Control and Mobile Water Treatment Services. Read the Entire Post
Envent Announces Commitment to Workplace Safety with Guest Article Featured in BIC Magazine’s March Issue
Business Review Commends Event’s Dedication to Education of Workplace Safety with Article Featured in BIC Magazine Providing Readers with steps to take to Ensure Safe Degassing Operations
Business Review announced today Brian Miller, Envent Corporation’s Director of Health, Safety and Environment, will represent the company’s dedication to workplace safety in BIC Magazine, North America’s largest free, multi-industry, multi-departmental energy publication, with a guest article featuring the most important steps to take to ensure safe degassing operations when grounding and bonding. The article will be available to over 120,000 subscribers in the petrochemical, refining, construction, power generation and pulp and paper industries on March 1, 2013 via the online Magazine’s website, www.BicAlliance.com.
The guest article titled, Grounding & Bonding: Important Steps to Ensure Safe Degassing Operations, will be featured as a safety guide for workers employed in the specialized world of tank degassing where vacuum trucks are used to control vapors and liquids at refineries and other facilities. Envent Corporation sets to educate readers in precautionary measures pertaining to the safest practices in avoiding workplace accidents, hazards or injuries. “All of us have seen signs at filling stations warning us not to use a cell phone while filling our tanks,” Mr. Miller states, as an everyday example of grounding and bonding. “There’s a simple reason behind the regulation. As liquids or vapors pass through pipes or hoses, they generate static electricity and a static discharge can easily ignite flammable vapors in the area. This is why, as specialists in this area, it is important for us to provide the safest industry techniques to practitioners to ensure workplace safety. This simple, everyday example could help save a life.”
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