Our Commitment


We believe that our operations should be conducted in a way that protects the health and safety of our employees, contractors, and the general public. At Seisline our strong safety record is backed by firm policies and expectations which results in measurable benefits to the health and safety of our workers.

Our goal is to promote an injury-free workplace by providing:

  • Required Training

  • Drug and Alcohol program and screening

  • Experienced personnel

  • Competency assessments



At Seisline, we recognize the importance of the environment and the role we can play towards sustainable resource development.

We are constantly looking to improve our business methods by adopting environmental innovations and procedures that make a difference to emission reductions, energy savings and waste reduction, through the following initiatives:

  • Well-maintained equipment

  • Anti-idling of equipment

  • Waste management

  • Environmental training and guidance for field personnel


We are committed to completing every project in a professional and ethical manner while ensuring that everyone in our organization is accountable and works to earn the trust of all stakeholders.

All decisions and actions are validated before proceeding so that no action or decision will cause harm to our workers, the public or the environment.

This ongoing process not only advances the abilities of the individual employee but also builds upon creating a company people want to be part of.


Seisline strives to practice ethics when partnering with local communities, we look to contribute to the economic development in the local communities in which we work.

Our Indigenous Relations Policy is continuously evolving and Seisline is committed to partnering with local businesses and communities in the following ways:

  • Seisline pre-qualifies local companies in the communities in order to hire them when a project starts.

  • Seisline will work as a sub-contractor for an Indigenous business on projects, we can also provide leadership and resources to a community which can include project management personnel and equipment.