In Case of Emergency



Safe­ty Culture

Safe­ty cul­ture deter­mines how we make deci­sions, feel, and think; and most impor­tant­ly, how we act. A safe­ty cul­ture is com­posed of both vis­i­ble and invis­i­ble com­po­nents. Poli­cies that employ the prop­er use of safe­ty rules, and include main­tain­ing safe­ty sta­tis­tics and con­duct­ing safe­ty meet­ings, are what make up the vis­i­ble safe­ty cul­ture. This rep­re­sents only a small per­cent­age of how we con­duct our­selves.

The invis­i­ble cul­ture that exists in our indus­try makes up the major­i­ty of the individual’s behav­ior and con­sists of norms and basic assump­tions we all have about safe­ty. These are the assumed rules or beliefs every­one fol­lows with­out ques­tion. When employ­ees fail to fol­low estab­lished rules or pro­ce­dures, they are fol­low­ing the invis­i­ble cul­ture, or unwrit­ten rules, that under­mine pol­i­cy but are rein­forced by the norms of peer groups.

At Syblon Reid, we rec­og­nize that a strong Safe­ty Cul­ture can­not be tak­en for grant­ed. Our entire man­age­ment team and super­vi­so­ry staff are con­stant­ly vig­i­lant to ensure each and every employ­ee under­stands that, not only do we care about their safe­ty and well-being, we also all need to act in a way that pro­motes safe­ty as our high­est pri­or­i­ty; by clos­ing the gap between vis­i­ble and invis­i­ble safe­ty cul­ture. An active Safe­ty Com­mit­tee, rep­re­sent­ing all lev­els of employ­ees, is a key com­po­nent of Syblon Reid’s Safe­ty Program. 


To sup­port this over­all effort, Syblon Reid man­dates train­ing that affords us the abil­i­ty to safe­ly per­form dif­fi­cult projects in a vari­ety of haz­ardous envi­ron­ments, including:

  • Con­fined Space
  • Fall Protection
  • Rope Access Operations
  • Heli­copter Operations
  • Adverse Site and Weath­er Conditions
  • Deep and Dif­fi­cult Excavations
  • Tunnels
  • 247 and Emer­gency Response

With a ful­ly embraced safe­ty cul­ture and well-trained work­force expe­ri­enced in per­form­ing high-haz­ard projects for a wide range of pub­lic and pri­vate clients, Syblon Reid has the abil­i­ty to meet and exceed our client’s spe­cif­ic safe­ty require­ments on any project. In addi­tion to com­pre­hen­sive haz­ard train­ing, our safe­ty process­es include devel­op­ing a site-spe­cif­ic safe­ty plan and for­mal Job Haz­ard Analy­sis (JHA) for each project, dai­ly safe­ty meet­ings, stretch-and-flex exer­cis­es, dai­ly and week­ly safe­ty inspec­tions by project employ­ees, and safe­ty inspec­tions by third-par­ty professionals.