We Put Safety First

Cruz Energy’s number one priority is to eliminate all injuries, unsafe practices, and incidents posing risks to the environment or our employees. From the top-down, we conduct business in a way that actively integrates all applicable elements of our safety program into our operations. Cruz Energy Services has established a comprehensive HSE management system to ensure that safety is not just a policy but rather the foundation for all the tasks we perform.

At Cruz, we understand that an established culture of safety is the key to providing the best performance for our clients on the job. Our management and workforce are committed to zero injuries and zero environmental incidents.

Cruz Crane

New Hire Orientation

  • Cruz Companies Expectations Presentation
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness
  • Basic Confined Space
  • PEC Safeland
    • OSHA 1910 General Industry Oil and Gas Standards
  • OSHA 10
    • OSHA 1926. Construction Industry Standards
  • 1st Aid/ CPR/ AED
  • Fall Protection
  • Safe Driving
  • Hazard Recognition and Mitigation Presentation-AHA Workshop
  • Position Specific Training
    • Drivers
      • FMCSR/ DOT Expectations Presentation
      • Equipment Best Practices Presentation
      • Winchline Inspection
      • Load Securement
    • NCCCO Crane Operators
      • Equipment Best Practices
      • Online Crane Course- Crane College
      • Client Expectations
    • Riggers
      • Equipment Best Practices
      • Online Crane Course- Crane College
      • Client Expectations
    • Swamper
      • Load Securement
      • Harness Inspection Training
      • Winchline Inspection Training
    • Hydro-Vac Operators and Roustabouts
      • Lockout/ Tag Out Procedures
      • Confined Space and Rescue Training
      • Proper PPE Use
      • Ground Disturbance and One Call Procedures

Comprehensive Hazard Identification Systems and Prevention

  • Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) Program
    • Jobs are talked through as a group before they begin, allowing for the recognition of hazards to be identified and solutions for mitigation to be agreed upon.
  • Behavior Based Safety Program
    • Stop Work Authority is the base principle of this program.
      • Employees are obligated and encouraged to STOP any task, any time, anywhere there is possibility of an injury or incident.
      • Management supports any intervention or means of preventing an incident.
      • Instances where S.W.A. is executed are recorded and passed onto management where safer methods and mitigations are then developed and implemented.
    • Near Miss Reporting System
      • All near misses are investigated to find the initial root cause, possible outcome and future preventative measures.
    • Injury and Damage Reporting System
      • Complete transparency is expected
        • Employee to employer. Contractor to client
      • Investigation and Root Cause Analysis
        • Contributing Factors
        • Methods of Prevention
      • HSE Compliance Auditing System
        • Daily Documentation
          • Inspections
          • AHA’s
          • Stop Cards
          • Near Misses/ Incidents
          • After Action Reviews with client
        • Field Presence
          • Safety Leads-onsite
          • Management Inspections and audits
Safety first

Hazard Prevention

  • Enabling safe work practices
    • Preventative Equipment Maintenance Programs
      • Ensuring safe operations at all times
    • Personal Protective Equipment
      • Issued to every employee
        • Impact gloves
        • FRC’s
        • Harness and Lanyard
        • Z-87 Safety Glasses
      • Safety Committee Program
        • Enables employees to communicate any and all concerns related to the safety of the workplace in an open forum of discussion
      • Mentorship Program
        • All new employees to Cruz are assigned a mentor for their position in order to ensure that policies and procedures are learned and executed correctly in the first 90 days of employment.
        • Management Evaluation of Individual Safety Performance