To select, train, and develop Northern and Aboriginal people while providing safe, efficient, and economical transportation to Northern Saskatchewan and Canada.
Safety is not a result. It is a part of all operations, equally as important as sales and costs. It is practiced by all employees in every operational task. Management undertakes to provide a safe working environment. Managers and supervisors are accountable for developing a safety-conscious attitude in all employees. Individual safety means working in a safe manner at all times. This is how the system of safety functions in all operations.
Environmental Protection Policy
The management and employees of NRT are committed to conducting our business in a manner that preserves, protects, and enhances the environment.
Our commitment to the environment is reflected in the following principles:
- We must recognize the potential impact of our operations on the environment.
- In conducting our operations, we must strictly comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
- We must strictly comply with established policies and operating standards that will ensure the protection of the environment.
- We must respond in a timely and effective manner to any environmental incident.
- Waste products will be disposed of using only approved procedures and waste treatment facilities.
- Environmental protection is the responsibility of every employee and is to be practiced in every operational task.
Any objectionable conduct, comment, or display by a person that:
- Is directed at a worker
- Is made on a basis of race, creed, religion, colour, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability, physical size or weight, age, nationality, ancestry or place of origin
- Constitutes a threat to the health or safety of the worker
- Worker right – every supervisor will ensure that no worker is subjected to harassment at the place of employment
- Worker obligation – no worker shall cause or participate in the harassment of another worker