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Nobody gets hurt
Safety culture

Nobody gets hurt

Central to Alyeska’s daily business and company culture is employees’ and TAPS contractors’ commitment to safety.

At Alyeska, every meeting, gathering or major project begins with a safety minute or huddle. No task is launched without employees first assessing and addressing any potential risks. Major safety milestones are celebrated, such as in early 2021, when Alyeska and contractor partners passed the 30 million hours worked milestone without anyone missing a day of work due to injury.

Every worker on TAPS has the authority and responsibility to stop work if they feel it cannot be completed safely – from contractors to project managers to executives. It’s part of Alyeska’s Speak Up, Step Up culture. And at Alyeska, safety is everyone’s business.