The health, safety and security of our employees and those who may be affected by our operations are an integral part of our business. Our goal is zero harm to people and the environment. We endeavor to create a culture where people believe it is possible to work safely, without injury, illness or polluting the environment regardless of where they work or the task that they undertake.
Alpine Ocean Seismic Survey is committed to a system of health, safety, security and environmental management based on a common understanding of risks and how to control them. We will engage the support of our employees, identify risks arising from our work, and eliminate or reduce them to as low as reasonably practicable.
Health, safety, security and environmental protection is everyone's responsibility, and a prime responsibility of all levels of management and supervision. Alpine conducts our operations in accordance with our parent's, Gardline Marine Sciences Group, policy and management system allowing us to take an appropriate proactive approach towards our goal of zero harm.
We recognize that health, safety, security and environmental management responsibility is of equal importance to the other objectives of the business. Every individual has the obligation to stop a job or act if he/she considers the risks involved to be unacceptable.
Alpine achieves this by:
We will provide adequate and appropriate resources to implement this policy and will ensure it is properly communicated and understood.
Alpine’s aim is to encourage involvement and adopt best practice in a culture where employees and managers are aware of their individual health, safety, security and environmental responsibilities and are actively engaged and committed to improving standards and meeting our goal of zero harm.
Alpine has 50 years of experience as a leader in the manufacturing and use of Vibracore sediment sampling equipment. Alpine developed and produced the very first pneumatic Vibracore as part of the US Army Corps of Engineers’ Coastal Engineering Research Center (CERC) 1964 Sand Inventory Program.