Health and Safety

To Those We Serve, and To Those Who Join Us in Every VentureApart from the delivery of superior services, client satisfaction, profits, prudent growth, and organizational viability and sustainability, the true measure of a company can be found in the respect it shows for the wellbeing of its staff, tradespeople, clients and their employees, and the public at large. Our people and the people we serve have been, and continue to be responsible for the success and reputation of our company, and our stoic attention to their welfare will remain an esteemed pillar of our company.

We Remain Proactive and VigilantEnstone responsibly adheres to the safety standards and guidelines as set forth in the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its accompanying regulations for construction projects. While the measures outlined are comprehensive, thorough, and strategically sound, Enstone, too, applies its own rigorous safety standards to every project it undertakes, remaining committed to the protection of its clients’ property, and the health and safety of its employees, tradespeople, and the public at large.

Watchful and AccountableUnder the watch of its on-site Project Manager/Safety Representative, Enstone’s dutiful on-site health and safety measures include:

  • Managing the flow of on-site and periphery traffic
  • Appropriate worker clothing and gear
  • Prohibition of drugs and alcohol with smoking permitted only in designated areas
  • Safekeeping and monitoring of access keys
  • Internal and external access areas kept free of cables, hoses, wires, and other construction materials and related tools and (or) debris
  • Environmentally responsible and lawful waste handling and disposal
  • Maintaining all mechanical equipment in good working condition
  • Prudent maintenance and handling of electrical sources; steam; heat and (or) pneumatic or hydraulic pressure; welding and cutting equipment, oxygen, and compresses gas, and the appropriate use, maintenance, and positioning of venting and exhaust devices
  • Confined space accessibility to only those persons specifically trained, equipped and certified, and who possess a Confined Space Hazard Assessment Survey, and entry permit
  • Cautious handling, positioning, and maintenance of ladders, scaffolding, and guardrails
  • Appropriate shoring of trenches and (or) excavations
  • Authorized use of cranes, hoisting, and rigging equipment
  • Approved fire prevention measures
  • Provision of emergency contacts and numbers


For their Life. For their Livelihood.Enstone’s workers are fully insured and protected through the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB). The WSIB is legislated by the Ontario Government and is responsible for administering the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (WSIA). Committed to the elimination of workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities, the WSIB administers no-fault workplace insurance for employers and their workers – providing disability benefits, monitoring the quality of healthcare, and providing assistance for the early and safe return to work for workers who sustained injuries or who contracted an occupational disease while on the job. To learn more about the WSIB and its services, please visit