Safety Policy

The health and safety of our employees and customers is our paramount concern. Safety underpins all of our operations. We have developed high-level health and safety policies.

Who We Are

InServe Mechanical Integrity Group seeks continuous improvement and compliance with legislation, having proper regard to the protection of people, premises, property and the environment. It is based on the principles that:

  • All injuries can be prevented;
  • The goal is zero injuries;
  • Safety is the responsibility of all employees;
  • Working safely is a condition of employment.

The Managing Director and nominated directors are tasked to ensure that as far as possible, there are adequate arrangements and organization for health and safety in place within their area of responsibility.

Adequate resources are allocated, and competent persons are appointed to support the achievement of the above objectives. We will continually monitor the health and safety performance of our operations which will be subjected to periodic safety audits to assess performance.

Our objective is a safety and health program that prevents injuries and illnesses from occurring. We want our employees actively engaged in improving safety through safe work practices, hazard identification, and developing solutions for known hazards. Together, we can achieve our goal of Zero Accidents and Injuries.

Core Values

InServe was founded on biblical principles and follows a low overhead and virtually debt free business model. InServe is also a Veteran owned business that gives back to the community by providing equal job opportunities for Veterans, while also participating and sponsoring local Veteran group events.

This method of operation has set InServe apart and has created sustainable growth opportunities within the industry, while allowing formed partnerships to maintain steady growth patterns. With the focus on safety, integrity, innovation, and optimal customer service, InServe has set the groundwork for solid growth and a sustainable business model.

Safety Hotline

Inserve MIG established the safety hotline to identify and eliminate workplace hazards, and to promote the safety and health of our valued employees and customers.

This Hotline provides a means for our employees and clients to take a proactive role in addressing workplace safety and health issues.

Please use the form provided to report a hazardous workplace condition or safety violation. If you wish to remain anonymous, you may do so. If you do provide your contact information, we will keep your name confidential.

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