Health & Safety

Health & Safety

Recent Projects

Our Health and Safety Policy commits Jay-Nart to a safety program that places the well-being of our employees, our clients, our property and the public as our priority. The management of this company has the responsibility to provide a safe work environment to prevent the occurrence of an accident and the accidental injury to any of its employees and physical assets. The prevention of occupational injury is of such importance that it will be given the greatest priority. In fulfilling this commitment, management will provide a work environment that is in compliance with legislative and industry standards, but strives to surpass these standards.

Jay-Nart Directional Drilling Ltd. is committed to the health and safety or our workers, our clients, our job sites, the environment and the public. As such we are active participants in the following safety protocols:

  • Certificate of recognition (COR) since 2001
  • ISNetworld since 2010
  • Complyworks since 2010

Recent Projects

TransMountain (TMEP) Pipeline - 2020

Ongoing. Completed multiple crossings of NPS 36 with various lengths.

Edson area.

Cheecham Corridor Relocation Project - 2020

Line 36 - NPS 10 & Line 37 - NPS 12

Completed multiple crossings of both NPS 10 and NPS 12 with various lengths.

Anzac area.

Wolf Carbon Solutions - ACTL - 2019

Completed multiple crossings of NPS 16 with various lengths.

Central Alberta area.

North Montney Pipeline Project - 2019

Completed multiple crossings of NPS 42. Crossing lengths varied.

Fort St. John area to Chetwynd area in British Columbia .

Enbridge Line 3R Project - 2016 - 2018

Completed multiple crossings of NPS 36 with various lengths of crossings.

Rosetown, Saskatchewan to Winnepeg, Manitoba.


Sturgeon County, Strathcona County, Sherwood Park and Beaumont Area Subdivisions Water and Sewer Installation

4” DR11 HDPE and 3” DR11 HDPE
Mainline and services drilled in at engineered and surveyed depths.