Health, Safety, Environmental and Regulatory

It’s important to be a good neighbor, both in business and in life. We care about the communities where we operate. We come to work every day thinking about how we can maintain our excellent health and safety record, improve our operations to minimize surface impacts, operate in an environmentally responsible way and get involved in communities in the Williston Basin through company support and employee engagement.

Protecting our employees, contractors, landowners, local communities and the environment is our top priority. We work hard to continuously improve our operations, train our employees and ensure that our contractors operate with the highest health and safety standards. At the same time, we are always working on ways to minimize the impact of our footprint on land, air, waterways, wildlife and the communities where we work.

We believe in open communication, trust and respect. Doing the right thing, even when it isn’t the easy thing, is a core value at Caliber and we promote a workplace environment that sustains all of our values.

We are a forward-thinking, innovative company that believes in teamwork and collaboration. We are not afraid of creative problem-solving and visionary thinking that challenges the status quo. We believe in finding the best way to get things done—even if it's not the "usual" way—we pursue the way that works for everyone at the table. 

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Excavation is the single largest cause of damage to the nation’s pipeline system. It accounts for nearly 40% of all accidental spills. You can help maintain the integrity of the pipeline system and prevent accidents by using the nationwide Call-Before-You-Dig service, available by calling 811. Anyone who will be digging or excavating using mechanized equipment can make one telephone call to give notice of their plans to dig in a specific area. The 811 center then acts as a clearinghouse to inform owners and operators of underground facilities so that they can go out and mark their facilities, usually within 48 or 72 hours.