SaskEnergy 2022-23 Sustainability Report

Our sustainability path

Measures and standards: key indicators

2022-23 highlights

Looking ahead

President’s message

About SaskEnergy

Our sustainability framework

Pillar one: Environment

Pillar two: Prosperity

Pillar three: People

Committed to the people who fuel our success Our continued success in delivering safe and reliable energy to Saskatchewan residents and businesses is thanks to the hard work and dedication of our team of more than 1,100 employees across the province. Nearly 70 per cent of SaskEnergy’s employees are members of Unifor Local 649, while the rest are out-of-scope. Providing a safe, inclusive and engaging workplace that offers opportunities for growth is key to attracting and retaining a workforce that is able to perform at their best and contribute to our future sustainability. We work to be an employer of choice and strive for a work environment where all ideas are valued, respected and welcomed. Employee safety and well-being is our top priority At SaskEnergy, a culture of safety is embedded into everything we do. Safety is a core value and it is our goal to see every employee go home safely at the end of each day. The pursuit of eliminating workplace incidents takes support from each one of us, demonstrating that safety truly is everyone’s responsibility. SaskEnergy’s commitment to personal safety, the safety of our team, and public safety is reflected in our corporate Safety Management Program (SMP), which complies with Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety regulations as well as Canada Energy Regulator – Onshore Pipeline Regulation. The program exists to set safety goals, assess risks, and establish mitigation controls. In addition, it facilitates employee training with respect to safety processes, regulations and procedures. Our holistic approach to safety includes the measurement of both leading and lagging indicators, with an objective of continuous improvement in safety- related work practices and results. An audit of our SMP is conducted every three years to assess compliance with federal and provincial regulations, with the next audit scheduled for 2024-25. Excellent results were achieved during our last audit in 2021-22, demonstrating the strength and maturity of our safety management systems. In 2022-23, SaskEnergy’s Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIF) was 1.7, meaning there were 1.7 recordable injures for every 100 full-time employees. This result was better than our target of 2.0 and represented a 32 per cent reduction in recordable injuries from 2021-22. In addition, it was our third- lowest TRIF in company history. Recognizing that maintaining a strong culture of safety involves continuous improvement, a roadmap was created in 2022-23 that outlines a multi-year, multi-faceted approach to safety. SaskEnergy also plans to conduct a safety culture survey with our staff in 2023-24.

1.7 recordable injuries per 100 employees

32% reduction from last year and the third-lowest in company history

2022-23 Sustainability Report


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