Our Safety Culture
Trinity Steel is committed to preserving the environment and protecting people by properly utilizing the company’s resources. We strive to make sure that we contribute to efforts in keeping the planet safe while supporting the sustainability of the steel lifecycle. We have partnered with a leading consultancy for best practices in environment, health, and safety, to further improve our processes, internal policies, and training programs.
To ensure that Trinity Steel complies with the law in each of our facilities across Texas and improve HSE performance, we have been using, since 2002, the HSE Management System. And with the help of our HSE consultants, we have enhanced our system to ensure we adhere to the requirements of the American Institute of Steel Contractors (AISC) and our own Quality Management System.
Our internal HSE audit program is designed to ensure personnel safety and environmental protection. We continually review our daily operations to identify risks and effectiveness of the HSE Management System and our facilities are are regularly audited by agencies, customers, and certifying bodies. With the help of our HSE consultants, all our fabrication facilities are audited each quarter to identify and recognize employees who perform well. We are also constantly on the lookout for areas where we can improve our procedures.
Trinity Steel is aimed at safeguarding the health and safety of employees and the environment. We carefully plan out annual goals that are in line with the company’s overall strategies, which are effectively communicated to all employees. These are created to tackle significant issues that affect the organization and to make sure that we succeed in addressing them we have a dashboard that contains all key metrics that Trinity Steel uses as guides to successfully attaining our goals.
To ensure that we stay effective and efficient in what we do, Trinity Steel makes sure that all HSE programs are simple, engaging, and systematic. These 3 qualities will help drive the company to an interdependent culture that provides results.
More than anything else, we value the safety of our workers and want to make sure that, at the end of the day, they get home to their respective families safe and sound. We promote a more mature and interdependent safety culture that will teach employees that they are encourage to make decisions that they can accountable for and that they are responsible to each other. They are encouraged to work as teams and look after one another to ensure that there is no unpleasant incident.
To engage employees in our HSE processes, we encourage them to air their opinions on safe and unsafe work practices, which they should record. We also implement behavior-based safety programs to keep them engaged and motivated to take a closer look at their outputs and become more concerned with safety. That means they can, at any time they believe that there is a safety or environmental concern, stop work no matter the situation.