The health and safety of our people, our assets, the public, and the environment is of the highest priority and cannot be compromised. That’s because we’re more than a company. We’re a family.


For everyone here the safety of ourselves, our co-workers, our customers and the public comes first. This is fundamental to our well-being, as well as to the efficient operation of our business. Bonanza Drilling is committed to ensuring that all applicable legislation is incorporated into the safety program and to the consistent compliance to that legislation. Every employee is responsible for maintaining the safety program. Managers and supervisors are responsible for identifying safety needs, communicating safety hazards, investigating hazardous conditions and incidents, providing training, ensuring all equipment is properly maintained and meets legislated safety standards. Their role is supported by input from all employees. After all, we’re all in this together.

At Bonanza Drilling, everyone on our worksites are responsible for obeying all safety rules, following recommended safe work practices, wearing and using personal protective equipment when required, participating in safety training programs and informing supervisors of any unsafe work conditions. Everyone has the right and responsibility to refuse to do work when unsafe conditions exist. By fulfilling our safety responsibilities, everyone who works here shares the benefits of a safe workplace.

Each of us has the responsibility to make safety a primary concern for ourselves, co-workers, customers and the general public. This fundamental to our well being contributes to the efficient operation of our business and the people we work for.

- Bonanza team commitment
the rover program


Bonanza Drilling utilizes a Rover Program as an on-boarding tool with all experienced or green hat workers. This process ensures all employees health and safety is made priority on day 1. The Bonanza Drilling rover program is used mentor and coach all employees, this is also a tool used to evaluate each workers skill level and competency. The rover program is designed to ensure our company has a mixture of new and experienced workers within our workforce, ensures the availability of trained workers than can respond to a vacant position quickly, efficiently, and confidently. Rovers are sent out as a 6th member of a crew to evaluate and/or develop their skills. Keys benefits of this program include:

• Reduces injury and loss
• Strengthens employee skills and promotes continuous improvement
• Reinforces business practices
• Help workers learn and improve performance

• Increase morale
• Provide employee growth and development
• Improves self-confidents
• Encourages employee retention


Bonanza is committed to a safe workplace, environmental stewardship, and innovation in the energy industry. We integrate health, safety, and environmental (HSE) management processes into all our work activities. It's in that spirit that we have partnered with COMPLYWORKS, a Canadian company, to ensure we maintain safety, insurance, quality, and regulatory information for contractors and suppliers.

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