Federal government drilling projects have some of the most stringent safety requirements; among them, Department of Energy sites have the strictest requirements we have encountered. Their purpose, like ours, is to keep each and every person on a job site safe from injury or adverse health impacts.
Holt Services, Inc.'s full-time safety director and drilling teams are committed to following all safety requirements - those of our clients as well as our internal requirements. We have decades of safety experience and the systems and processes to ensure adherence. We have zero tolerance for disregarding safety practices. Failure to follow safety procedures can put people at risk and can lead to costly delays. If an incident were to occur at a federal government drilling site, all work would stop until an investigation is completed and procedures are implemented to insure it doesn't reoccur. A work stoppage would cause project delays as well as add costs as crews are idle during a review process.
Holt Services, Inc. teams have completed numerous projects at a variety of government sites.
Training. Preparing to work at a government site typically includes specialized training. Our drilling crews have completed a variety of trainings including:
Additional safety requirements. Government sites often have safety requirements relating to equipment and materials, including:
Whether your project is at a government site or a non-government site, you can rest assured that your Holt Services, Inc. drilling crews will follow strict safety protocols to keep everyone at your project site safe and keep your drilling project proceeding on schedule.
Contact us today to talk with a drilling professional about your project.