Although our safety performance compares very favorably with international best practices within our industry sectors, we take our commitment to safety to a new level. Burner is increasingly involved in the provision of project and construction management services in all parts of the world.  New and improved standards, processes and procedures in offshore services and fire protection help us to achieve a consistent level of compliance.

In working globally with a large portion of the major oil and gas operators, Burner continues to maintain compliance with the requirements needed to meet customer regulations including OSHA and SEMS.  Safety and Environmental Management Systems (SEMS) and American Petroleum Institute (API) Recommended Practices have re-emerged as accepted compliance measures to improve the personnel and environmental safety of oil & gas operations in the US Gulf of Mexico.

We follow an internal code of conduct that produces the highest level of quality for services and equipment.

Each person on Burner Fire Control’s technical management team has earned an average of 25 years of fire & safety field experience. Our Personnel brings together an integration of knowledge to deliver best of breed special hazard fire protection equipment and global offshore services that are unmatched in the industry. These skills and expertise, in combination with the industry’s most respected certifications, our growing list of client credentials, and longevity in providing field proven fire suppression equipment, position us as one of the most unique privately held organizations in the oilfield services sector. In addition, all points along our design, manufacturing, and delivery networks comply with the most rigorous industry standards.

NAFED (National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors: Burner continues to keep apprised with the latest technologies for ancillary equipment included in our packaged offerings (www.nafed.org)

NFPA (National Fire Protection Association): Burner continues to keep up to date with applicable codes and standards affecting compliance, specification of equipment, performance, and application in hazardous environments (www.nfpa.org)

ISNetworld: Burner continues to maintain compliance to our customers as a valued contractor to deliver our portfolio in a safe and reliable manner (www.isnetworld.com)

UL (Underwriters Laboratories): Burner implements the highest standards into the design and production of our equipment either through formalized listings or implemented guidelines (www.ul.com)

DNV (Det Norske Veritas) & ABS (American Bureau of Shipping): Burner holds certification by both agencies to deliver surveys, inspections and maintenance service of fire extinguishing equipment, systems, and self-contained breathing apparatus on ships, high speed light craft, and Mobile Offshore Drilling Units (www.dnvgl.us, www.abs-group.com)

ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers): Burner continues to provide capabilities in its in-house coded facilities to manufacture certified equipment with adherence to specification for client deliverables

QHSE statement

Burner Fire Control mission is to be the global leader in proving our clients with premium oilfield services and equipment. We are able to offer our customers innovative solutions thanks to our world class team of experienced personnel.

Burner Fire Control’s management is committed to implementing a company-wide quality policy as regards to its services, employees’ health and safety with emphasis on environmental protection.

Our safe work operation procedures are reviewed regularly to ensure they exceed federal, state and operator requirements.

Quality management;

We ensure that our clients’ needs are assessed, and every employee understands and is motivated to meet those needs. Striving for integrated quality assurance is part of our company culture at Burner Fire Control. This means that we try constantly to improve relations with our employees, partners, and clients regarding services, and so strive for continuous improvement.

Health and Safety;

Attention to health, safety and welfare at Burner Fire Control is crucial. Burner Fire Control employees’ are responsible for safeguarding their safety and that of their colleagues. Leading indicators such as employee behavior and incident trends act as pre-cursors in reducing incident severity. All dangerous situation, are reported, evaluated, and addressed through corrective actions.

Protecting the environment;

Burner Fire Control’s management is committed to protecting and promoting environmental stewardship, and implementing innovative environmental technologies and practices. Through management’s leadership, employee participation, and professional environmental support, Burner Fire Control is committed to developing environmental management plans with objectives and targets to minimize adverse environmental impacts and measure our progress toward these goals.

In order to put these actions into practices, every department is required to put forward realistic but ambitious objectives and strive to achieve them. Burner Fire Controls managers will take the necessary measures and encourage their colleagues constantly to improve their performance in the areas of quality, health and safety, and protecting the environment. Auditing, and management reviews allow for constant improvement.