We are committed to bringing our employees home safely to their loved ones.
Our safety culture is ingrained in all of our employees from their first day on the job. Our commitment to safety inspires our employees to contribute personally to workplace safety which aids in efficient and effective operations.
Gravity Safety Programs
At Gravity, good safety practices are top priority. Our commitment to safety has enabled us to obtain projects from industry leaders with some of the most demanding safety and operational requirements. Among the safety practices now in place are written standard operating procedures; our Stop Work Program, which empowers any employee to stop work if there is danger to themselves or others; our Safety Observation Program, which reinforces strong safety habits by observing employees during job duties and correcting any deficient behavior; monthly online safety training that must be completed by all employees; and our Job Safety Analysis Program, which requires all employees to complete a job safety analysis form before each task or delivery and at the end of every day.
Our Commitment to Safety
Best in Class Safety Standards
Gravity maintains a leading position in industry safety standards. Our TRIR has consistently been below our industry average. We are proud of this accomplishment and have proven that we are committed to safety.
Gravity is named as an OXY Key Business Partner in the Midland Basin by achieving top performance through the OXY Safety Engagement & Mentoring Program (SEMP). Gravity delivered outstanding results compared to 1200 contractors located in the Permian.
OXY SEMP Award
The Permian Road Safety Coalition (PRSC) is a partnership of citizens, agencies, and businesses committed to improving safety on the roadways of Southeast New Mexico and West Texas. The PRSC also advocates for road infrastructure improvements at the federal, state, and county levels. The Coalition regularly convenes oil and natural gas operators, service companies, trucking companies, government agencies, and non-government organizations to leverage expertise and share best practices, collaborate on data-driven research, and educate the broader community on the shared responsibility of road safety.
Gold Shovel Standard (GSS) is a nonprofit organization committed to improving workforce and public safety and the integrity of buried infrastructure. GSS believes that greater transparency in all aspects of damage prevention among buried-asset operators, locators and excavators is essential to drive continuous improvement, and vital to increasingly safe working conditions and communities.