At Vertical our safety record speaks for itself. The number one priority on every project is the safety of our team, subcontractors, our clients and the public. With over 1150 consecutive working days with out a lost-time incident, we are proud of our safety record and are committed to the refinement of the programs and processes which provide the frame work for our shop, field operations and foundation for Vertical Building Solutions safety culture. Our primary measure of success is that at the end of each day, and the end of each project, everyone goes home safe and injury free.
Vertical Building Solutions uses ISNetWorld as a global resource for connecting corporations with safe, reliable vendors from capital-intensive industries. ISNetWorld helps corporations meet internal and government requirements, by providing a centralized and non-biased report of vendors documentation for the general public.
Comply Works allows Vertical employers to communicate their general and site-specific requirements. Comply Works alerts companies on all policy updates and communications from employers, including general orientations, company-specific notices and action requests on-line.
The Canadian Standard Association is a not-for-profit membership-based association serving business, industry, government and consumers in Canada and the global marketplace. Vertical uses CSA programs to develop standards that address real needs, such as enhancing public safety and health.
The (ACSA) is a non-profit organization funded and directed by industry. Through programs provided by (ACSA), Vertical aims to reduce human suffering and financial costs associated with workplace incidents.
Verticals safety program with COR guides employees with safety and health management systems to reduce incidents, accidents and injuries as well as associated human and financial costs.
The Quality Council of Alberta (QCA) is a member-based organization established to promote Quality Management and Methods across Alberta.