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CW places a high priority on shop safety and maintaining an ongoing internal safety program.

In fulfilling a commitment to protect both people and property, management provides and maintains a safe and healthy work environment in accordance with industry standards and in compliance with legislative requirements and strives to eliminate any foreseeable hazards which could result in property damage, accidents or personal injury/illness.

All employees are equally responsible for minimizing accidents within the facility. Safe work practices and procedures are clearly defined in a safety manual that employees are required to follow.

Accidental loss is controlled through proper management in conjunction with active employee involvement. Safety is the direct responsibility of all managers, supervisors and employees.

All management functions comply with policy safety requirements as they relate to planning, operations and maintenance of facilities and equipment. All employees perform their jobs properly and in accordance with established procedures and safe work practices.

CW Manufacturing Certifications

Alberta Boiler Safety Association

"ABSA (Alberta Boilers Safety Association) is the pressure equipment safety authority for Alberta. ABSA administers Alberta's pressure equipment safety programs under the Safety Codes Act, and has the authority to enforce pressure equipment safety as set out in the legislation."
CW manufacturing is authorized to construct, alter, and repair ASBE B31.3 pressure piping (AQP-21811)

ABSA & CW Manufacturing's Authorization Link

Canadian Welding Bureau

"There are several codes, standards and regulations in Canada that require mandatory CWB Certification for companies involved in the welding operation." CW Manufacturing holds a certificate with CWB for: Certificate for Fusion Welding of Steel per CSA W47.1 (Company Code CWMan1)

CWB & CW Manufacturing's Certification Link

Transport Canada

Road and Motor Safety
CW Manufacturing holds a National Safety Mark (Z26) as a final stage, intermediate stage, and vehicle alterer for body and equipment manufacturer.

Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TC-406, TC-407, TC-44, TC-341, TC-338)
CW Manufacturing is a full-service manufacturer and inspection facility of TC-406, TC-407, TC-44, and an assembler of TC-341, TC-338 highway tanks. (Facility 25-1011)

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA)

"The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) regulates the practices of engineering and geoscience in Alberta. The Association's authority is derived from the Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act." CW Manufacturing is authorized by APEGA with a Permit to Practice Engineering. (Permit P-12610)

APEGA & CW Manufacturing's Permit to Practice Link


"CAODC, the unified voice of the Canadian drilling and service rig industry, promotes safer and more efficient operations through advocacy, communications and needed products and services."

CAODC & CW Manufacturing's Membership Link