Our commitment to worker safety and well being remains a top priority at Frost Lake. We have completed our Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Program and are currently SAFE certified with the BC Forestry Safety Council having successfully completed our SAFE Audit.
Neal Smith joined our team as Health and Safety Coordinator Neal has over 4 years experience related to safety management systems having worked as Regional Health and Safety Coordinator for Overwaitea/Save On Foods and Shift Safety Representative at Dunkley Lumber Ltd. Our safety program includes new worker safety orientation, weekly tailgate safety meetings for our forestry operations and daily health, safety and environment meetings for our oil and gas operations. We also have familiarity with H2S Alive, Construction Safety Training System (CSTS), Safe Work Permits and work-site Safety Orientations and Job Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment related to our experience in the oil and gas industry.
Frost Lake currently employs 3 Level 3 First Aid Attendants and maintains 2 Emergency Transport Vehicles in our current forest operations. In addition, we ensure that our core group of employees maintains their Level 1 First Aid certificates with Transportation Endorsement every 2 years. We also employ third party first aid coverage for our oil and gas operations. One of Frost Lakes key beliefs listed in its Health and Safety Policy is that all accidents are preventable. Success is measured by everyone returning home each day to their families without injury
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Frost Lake Logging Ltd.
#32 - 556 North Nechako Road. Prince George, B.C. V2K-1A1
(P) 250-562-2487 (F) 250-562-8540
Frost Lake Logging prides itself on the high quality of its harvesting and extraction operations working to strict environmental standards; ensuring that minimal environmental damage is done when carrying out harvesting operations. We conduct Environmental Risk Assessments on each site and operate a rigorous recycling policy. Our responsibility to the environment is evidenced by our track record. As a Licensee in the BC Timber Sales Program (formerly Small Business Forest Enterprise Program), Frost Lake has never had any incidents of non-compliance with the FPC.
To view a copy of our Health and Safety Manual please click on the link below ( must have Adobe PDF Viewer)
FLL H&S Manual