Health, Safety, Environment (HSE) and Quality

Redline Communications is committed to protecting the health & safety of our employees, contractors, customers and the public, as well as protecting our assets and the environment.

Redline believes:

  • Protection of all employees from injuries and occupational hazards is a major continuing objective
  • Safety is everyone's responsibility and a condition of employment
  • All employees must be provided with adequate training for their specific work tasks to protect the health & safety of themselves and others, while providing minimum impact on the environment
  • All employees and sub-contractors must comply with applicable Redline HSE policies

HSE is the responsibility of everyone at Redline - from the most senior management levels to the newest hire. All work and activities carried out by and on behalf of Redline must be in compliance with Redline's HSE policy, any additional contractual HSE requirements and all applicable policies, procedures, standards and statutes as required by a host country. Read our statement from the CEO and full HSE policy.

Redline is proud to hold memberships with the following organizations:




ISNetworld maintains a centralized database of company safety, insurance, quality and regulatory information, promoting safer work environments.

DISA is a global provider of employee screening services such as drug and alcohol testing, which help protect employees and worksites.

PICS contractor prequalification and management services create a safer and more sustainable supply chain.

Redline Status: In good standing with an “A” rating for all clients

Redline Status: In good standing

Redline Status: In good standing





Adherence to Certificate of Recognition (COR™) standards promote positive workplace behaviour and practices that lead to improved safety and performance.

An ISO 9001:2008 certificate demonstrates an effective Quality Management System and a culture of continuous improvement.

Redline Status: In Process

Redline Status: Certificate holder since 2004. View the Certificate. Since 2012, all surveillance and recertification audits have been completed with zero major or minor findings.