Having been in business since 1996, LURINE learned long ago that nothing we do is more important than the safety of our people and the environment. With safety as our guiding principle, LURINE will not take a job unless we believe it can be performed safely. From job screening, to job planning, to job execution, we carefully consider the impact our work will have on our people and the environment. Our team of engineers, project managers, foremen, and laborers work hand-in-hand with our Health, Safety, and Environment Department to make each job a safe one. At LURINE, every employee is truly a member of our safety department.

We employ an aggressive behavioral based safety program that stresses the importance of thinking before acting. Our safety program begins at the hiring phase; we will not hire an employee unless he or she has significant experience and has demonstrated a commitment to safety. After carefully screening prospective employees, we immediately indoctrinate our people in the culture of safety. New employees undergo rigorous safety training “in the classroom” before being sent to the field. At hire, all employees go through an orientation program that covers:

• General Safety Training
• Marine Fire Response
• Emergency Procedures and Emergency Action Plan
• Employee Safety Plan
• Incident reporting instructions
• Conformance With Polices and Regulations
• Personal Protection Equipment

Each new employee is assigned a mentor for additional training and supervision in the field. Employees are required to wear hardhat during all field operations. Through our in-house safety trainer and our outside safety consultants, our employees undergo comprehensive safety training on a regular basis.