Operating responsibility

We work to ensure that our employees, stakeholders, the environment and the communities in which we operate are safe and treated with respect.

A commitment to safety

The Health and Safety of our people, contractors and the public are priorities of Campus Energy; for us, safety comes first and is at the heart of every decision we make. Our goal every day is to work with zero safety incidents, and we will do everything in our power to ensure this result.

Management is committed to leading by example, setting health and safety targets, policies, and procedures, and providing the necessary equipment and adequate recourses to achieve excellence in Health and Safety.

We recognize that achieving a healthy and injury free workplace is a process involving continuous improvement and commitment from everyone at Campus Energy.

A commitment to the environment

Environmental stewardship is a core value of Campus Energy Partners. We recognize the importance of employing sound environmental practices in ensuring operations remain sustainable while maintaining environmental responsibility. All employees, contractors, and those acting with, or on behalf of Campus Energy are committed to a high level of environmental standards and protection of the environmental resources which share our operating area(s).

Damage Prevention

Call (or Click) Before you Dig: To ensure safety, it is a legal requirement to obtain written consent from Campus Energy for several activities on a pipeline right-of-way, such as:

  • operating vehicles or equipment over the right-of-way,
  • reducing soil cover,
  • ploughing or tilling 45 cm and below,
  • ground levelling,
  • installation of drainage systems,
  • augering and fencing.

The national web portal at www.clickbeforeyoudig.com provides more information.

If you are working near a Campus location, please call or click before you dig.

In Alberta:

Call: 1.800.242.3447
Click: AlbertaOneCall.com

In British Columbia:

Call: 1.800.474.6886
Click: BC1C.com

In Saskatchewan:

Call: 1.866.828.4888
Click: Sask1stCall.com

Campus Energy 24-Hour Emergency Line: 1-844-382-5167

For additional information on Damage Prevention Initiatives and Best practices, visit the Canadian Common Ground Alliance website CanadianCGA.com