SWAT goes beyond standard compliance protocols by adopting a mindset of continuous safety
improvement on every project. Besides providing extensive safety training to ensure the safety
of every team member, SWAT practices rigorous critical performance benchmarking.

Commitment to safety best practices

“We recognize any hazards in the planning stages before work begins, using SWAT’s behavior-based safety system and our job scope evaluation processes. We are committed not just to staying safe on the job but also to helping enhance safety performance for the entire facility. Our goal is to raise the bar on each job we perform.”—SWAT VP, Jimmy Quick

SWAT received safety excellence awards from the Greater Baton Rouge Industry Alliance, Golden Triangle Business Roundtable, Industrial Safety Training Council, the Health and Safety Council, and the Safety Council of Southwest Louisiana.

  • Behavioral-based safety program
  • Risk assessments
  • Safety planning for all job activities
  • IT-based, real-time safety KPI
  • Reporting and information sharing
  • Field audits
  • Continuous training for all SWAT
  • Personnel
  • Corporate engagement

Uncompromising Safety

Safety is not a bare minimum requirement – it’s a core value. SWAT Elite Turnaround Teams are committed to not only following but enhancing safety performance for every facility.

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Industry-leading safety performance

SWAT’s contributions to workplace safety:

  • Developed more than 120 procedures for the company’s safety manual
  • Created an Alliance Safety Council safety course, mandatory for field employees, which includes follow-up computer-based training to ensure safety information is continuously updated
  • Retained adequate staff of safety compliance managers to assist leadership in field evaluations
  • Implemented an electronic safety audit system which generates KPI’s across all sites
  • Employed more than 50 safety managers that rotated between sites, conducting field safety audits and ensuring craft, labor, and field leadership consistently and accurately followed safety protocols
  • Instituted behavior-based safety program that covers training, risk assessments, field audits, site supervision, and management involvement