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Our Commitment to Safety

Redi Services, LLC and Redi Project Services, LLC are safety driven companies. The most important thing we do each day is return our employees home to their loved ones in the same condition as they arrived at the job.

We drive a robust safety program. Our Safety Director and his team of safety technicians have years of experience in safety programs.

Our Safety Practices

Our safety program includes the following practices:

  • On site Job Safety Analyses (JSAs)
  • On site Job Safety Observations (JSOs)
  • Tailgate safety meetings
  • Monthly safety newsletters distributed to all employees
  • Bilingual safety training and materials in Spanish and English for all employees
  • Behavior based safety observations
  • Near miss and hazard identification reporting program
  • Frequent field/facility visits made by our Safety Director and Coordinator
  • New employee orientations that stress safe operating practices and the firm’s high safety expectations
  • Share learning throughout the entire company on best safety practices
  • In house safety training, H2S, respiratory protection, and confined space entry

Contact a Manager

HSE Director

Lance Norris

307-787-6333
435-770-0254

For incident reporting or after hours questions regarding safety matters

Emergency

Call: 307-747-0511

Redi Services Safety Bio’s

‍Lance Norris

Lance Norris joined the Safety Department at Redi Services in 2009 as a field Safety Supervisor and was promoted to HSE Director for the company in 2011. During 2015 Lance earned his Associate Safety Professional (ASP) certification from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. In 2014 Lance graduated from Western Governors University with the Master of Business Administration degree. Lance is also certified through PEC Safety as a Safeland USA Basic and H2S instructor. In addition to these, Lance holds the following credentials: First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor (American Red Cross), Authorized OSHA 10 & 30 hour instructor, MSHA Instructor for Surface Mining (Part 48), Smith System Defensive Driving, Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist (Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation), TapRooT Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis (System Improvements, Inc), and Certified Drug/Alcohol Collector (Occupational Health Care International). Aside from work Lance enjoys using his spare time to volunteer to train adult leaders associated with the Boy Scouts of America along with teaching youth how to hunt safely as a Hunter Education Instructor. 

Jason Anderson

Jason Anderson received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication from Utah State University in 2006. He has been working for Redi Services for 9 years in Human Resources and now the Safety Department. PEC Basic Orientation Instructor, OHCI Certified Professional Collector, American Red Cross Instructor, Uinta County Leader Institute Graduate, and Eagle Scout. Jason received a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Western Governor’s University in the Spring of 2016. Jason has been a safety instructor for over 3 years with Redi Services. He currently is working out of the Redi Platteville, CO office.

Ben Kemp

Worked for Redi Services LLC since 2012,

Currently the safety coordinator for our Western Wyoming Maintenance organization

Smith System Driver Trainer

JJ Keller DOT Compliance Trained

CDL(Commercial Driver’s License) holder

Owned and operated a Construction Company for 10 years prior to coming to work for Redi

Guided Deer, Elk, Moose, and Antelope Hunters professionally for 5 years for an renowned Outfitter

Studied at UVSC (now UVU) in Business Management

Stringham Real Estate School Graduate

Served on the FBRA (Fort Bridger Rendezvous Association) board (2 years)

Indian Ridge Water Conservancy District Board (2 years)

Married 16+ years and father of 4 children

Eagle Scout

Hobbies include Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Leatherwork, and Woodworking.

Becki Urie

MSHA Instructor Surface and Underground, OSHA Instructor 10/30 hour, Mining experience: 20 years

Enjoy in my spare time; family, hunting, fishing, camping, and spending time with my dogs.

Samantha K. Archibald

I have been employed with Redi Services LLC for over 8 years.  I started as an Administrative Assistant for the Maintenance group at ExxonMobil Shute Creek Gas Plant.  In May of 2015 I came into the Safety group.

‍Tarek Ellsworth

Tarek Ellsworth joined the Redi Safety team in early 2012 as the Wyoming Safety Manager and the Bilingual Safety Tech. Tarek has been instrumental in helping Redi enhance the delivery of safety training to the entire workforce by being able to deliver training in English and Spanish. At Redi we recognize that being able to speak the English language is different than being able to read and write in English. Tarek's job includes assisting Spanish speaking workers with improving English communication skill so that they can respond to emergency or important warning signs. 

In addition to providing in-house skills training Tarek is qualified to provide the following training:

The Scaffold Training Institute of Houston's Competent Person Scaffolding PEC Premier's Safeland USA American Red Cross' Workplace First Aid/CPR/AED Redi's New Employee Orientation 

Tarek is also by the Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation as a Certified Occupation Hearing Conservationist (COHC). This allows Tarek to conduct audiometric testing and training on hearing conservation. 

As part of Tarek's duties at Redi he works to help the company remain compliant with the U.S. DOT's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Administration's (PHMSA) Operator Qualification (OQ) training. 

Tarek has filled the role a project safety supervisor several times over the years he has worked for Redi. This experience has given Tarek a lot of hands on in the field experience to better the quality of this training. 

‍Stephanie Garcia

Stephanie Garcia  joined the Redi Safety team in early 2016. Stephanie works to track employee training and medical records. Stephanie is certified as a DOT Urine Specimen Collector and Breath Alcohol Technician. She assists the company with compliance to our Drug and Alcohol Testing policy by working with Disa and NCMS to meet all monthly randoms and quarterly reporting requirements. As if that's not enough to keep her busy Stephanie also helps Redi keep up on ISNetworld and fulfill client required hours & miles reporting. 

Contact a Manager

HSE Director

Lance Norris

307-787-6333
435-770-0254

For incident reporting or after hours questions regarding safety matters

Emergency

Call: 307-747-0511

Safety Accomplishments

Redi Services strives for excellence in safety performance. Since 2005 when Redi Industrial Services sold out to new owners, Gary Condos and Jay Anderson, and later became known as Redi Services the company has experienced rapid growth. The new owners made investments in safety along the way to ensure that the rapid growth did not come at the expense of employee health and safety. Redi Services’ commitment to safety has been recognized by clients, politicians, and government regulatory agencies. Redi Services’ safety program can only reach great heights based on the performance of every employee. Redi Services proudly hires and then trains quality associates to fulfill the service needs of their clients. Below you will find a list of accomplishments achieved by the Redi Services team.

In 2011, Redi Services received the Governor’s Safety Award for Best Safety Program in the Large Construction Industry category.

 On February 9, 2012, Newmont recognized Redi Services, along with other contractors, for working together on a project with more than 500,000 exposure hours without any incidents.

In May of 2012, Redi Services received recognition at Chevron’s Contractor Health-Environment-Safety Management Forum for outstanding performance by an insulation crew that worked at their location incident-free throughout 2011.  In addition to that recognition, Chevron also awarded Redi Services for their willingness to participate in safety meetings by sharing Behavior Based Safety information.

In July of 2012, Redi Services, along with their sister company Redi Project Services, received recognition from the Wyoming State Mine Inspector’s office for a perfect safety record while working on mine sites in the state during 2011.

 On December 14, 2012, Redi Services received a letter from the management team at ExxonMobil’s Labarge Operations in Southwest Wyoming for their commitment to Stop Work Authority.  Redi Services had long held the position that every employee had the right to stop any job that they thought was unsafe; but in 2012 the owners of Redi Services put that commitment on paper and produce wallet cards for every employee.  Now Redi Services employees have a much better understanding of Stop Work Authority and the importance placed on that authority by management.

On September 6, 2012, Redi Services had an unfortunate incident on a Chevron location when an employee cut his hand while using a utility knife.  The cut was severe enough that it required surgery.  In October of 2012, Chevron presented Redi Services with a plaque that reads, “With Deep Appreciation we present this Award to Redi Services – For Exceptional Case Management and demonstrating care & compassionate effort to minimize the associated human toll when incidents occur.”

In June of 2014, Redi Services received a letter from the State of Wyoming Department of Workforce Services’ Wyoming Workers’ Safety—OSHA Division informing them that they have been accepted into the Employers Voluntary Technical Assistance Program (EVTAP).  Toward the end of 2013, Redi Services invited OSHA’s consultation division onto their Wyoming corporate office location for a compliance review.  The OSHA consultant provided Redi Services with a list of various recommendations for corrections that would improve their operations.  One of Redi Services fundamental operating principles is a commitment to continuous improvement; so, the corrections were made and then communicated with OSHA.  This is the first step toward entering OSHA’s elite Voluntary Protection Program (VPP).

On May 8, 2014, Redi Services again received recognition from Chevron.  This award was presented because of Redi Services’ innovative approach to Near Miss Reporting.  Early in 2013, Redi Services realized that the 3 year trend for Near Miss reporting was on the decline.  Near Miss reporting is an important element of Redi Services’ proactive safety strategy.  To turn this trend around, Redi Services safety team asked employees why they were not reporting Near Misses, and the feedback was that the term “Near Miss” has a negative connotation.  Redi Services now has a Good Catch reporting program.

On June 25, 2014, Redi Project Services received the Governor’s Safety Award for Small Mine Site Contractor of the Year for their safety performance during 2013.

On June 24, 2015 Redi Project Services was again awarded the Governor’s Safety Award for Small Mine Site Contractors by Wyoming Governor Matt Mead for their outstanding safety performance in 2014.

In 2015 Redi Services renewed their standing in Wyoming OSHA’s elite Employer Voluntary Technical Assistance Program (EVTAP). Redi gained entrance in to this program by maintaining an outstanding safety performance and participating in Wyoming OSHA’s Consultation Services program.

Sincerely,

Lance Norris                                                                                                           HSE Director

Contact a Manager

HSE Director

Lance Norris

307-787-6333
435-770-0254

For incident reporting or after hours questions regarding safety matters

Emergency

Call: 307-747-0511

Safety Training & Credentials

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  • MSHA Surface and Underground Mining Certified Instructors
  • OSHA 10 & 30 hour Authorized Instructors
  • PEC Premier Ceritified Safeland USA Instructors (available in both English & Spanish)
  • TapRoot Trained Incident Analysist
  • Smith System Defensive Driver Training
  • American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED Certified Instructors
  • CFR Part 49 DOT Qualified Urine Specimen Collectors
  • CFR Part 49 DOT Qualified Breath Alcohol Technicians
  • Council For Accreditation In Occupational Hearing Conservation Certified Occupation Hearing Conservationist
  • Board of Certified Safety Professionals Certified Associate Safety Professional
  • Certified Mine Safety Professional
  • PHMSA Operator Qualifications Available through:
  • Operator Qualifications Solution Group (OQSG)
  • Veriforce
  • NCCER

Contact a Manager

HSE Director

Lance Norris

307-787-6333
435-770-0254

For incident reporting or after hours questions regarding safety matters

Emergency

Call: 307-747-0511

Contact a Manager

HSE Director

Lance Norris

307-787-6333
435-770-0254

For incident reporting or after hours questions regarding safety matters

Emergency

Call: 307-747-0511