Northwest Logistics Heavy Haul Safety & Crew Training Programs

Let’s work together, safely.

A Strong Safety Culture Is Our Priority

By putting safety first, we not only prevent expensive problems for our customers, but we also protect everyone on our team. Leading the heavy haul logistics industry means continuously dedicating time and resources into safety procedures and training. We take great pride in our Health, Safety & Environmental policies and we believe nothing is more important than staying safe, both on the job and away from it. Our company-wide HSE goal is zero incidents. That means zero accidents, zero injuries, and zero environmental incidents. We can achieve these results by continuously strengthening our safety program and being constantly aware of ourselves and each other. Leadership and accountability play a vital role in building a strong safety culture and we expect every employee to uphold our HSE policies.

Northwest Utilizes 20-Line DLT to Transport Vessel Across Oklahoma

Safety & Training Programs

Safety is our top priority at Northwest Logistics Heavy Haul. Our team takes part in rigorous training and certification to ensure full understanding, familiarity and confidence with the equipment and processes we use. In addition to required safety training courses including OSHA supervisory training, forklift certification, signal person training, and rigger training, we also provide site- and equipment-specific training. All team members fully understand and adhere to safety requirements and protocols for the equipment and the job site. This not only ensures that the job is done well, but also that everyone on the job is safe.

We believe nothing is more important than safety.

Our operator safety training program includes:

  • New Hire Orientation
  • OSHA 10hr/ OSHA 30hr supervisors
  • MSHA part 46 training and refresher
  • PEC SafeLand USA
  • Basic Orientation Plus
  • Site Specific training and refresher training
  • Forklift certification
  • Driver Training

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