In our line of work, safety is a huge concern; let's face it...when it comes to aerial work, the potential for something to go wrong and result in damages and/or loss of life or limb are huge. More often than not, the mishaps that we see / hear about / read about (much more frequently than we like), is a product of human error and carelessness...situations that could have been avoided had basic and meticulous care been given. This is why safety is a huge aspect of the services that Natura provides – nothing is more important to us!
What does safety mean to natura?
At Natura, our understanding of "safety" is not just a limited few being aware of the risks in any particular job and working to mitigate it; it is a mindset that we inculcate and practice across the board and at all levels. We are committed to identifying and maintaining the highest safety standards, on an individual level as well as an organization.
How do we ensure safety?
Every piece of equipment used by Natura is state-of-the-art, most of the specialized equipment is tested and certified ready for use. In its usage, we ensure that we have studied the relevant international standards and are operating within the recommendations given therein and by the equipment manufacturers. Here also, we maintain detailed logs for reference and observation.
Transparent Processes & Management
We work according to pre-determined protocols, with every person assigned a pre-set role. Every step is supported by adequate documentation such as safety checklists, equipment logs, liability forms, etc. which not only communicate the level of knowledge and expertise involved, but also forms the basis for further learning and improvement on future jobs, thanks to a mandatory review and documentation of every incident for future risk analysis.
On every job, our team lead maintains clear and open communication with the client, vendors and performers which helps us get their own buy-in and commitment to the same safety standards.
Each member of our personnel are experienced and qualified in their own right, and work constantly to keep their skills and qualifications up to date in a quickly evolving industry.