Safety

Our most important obligation is to protect the safety and wellness of our workforce and the communities in which we operate. Safety is integrated into our business planning and is paramount to every decision we make. We are guided by Enstor’s Safety Management Program, which encompasses occupational health and safety, and emergency response. 

We foster a safe working environment and employee culture that is proactively focused on preventative measures, employee training, and management leadership that drives safety.

Employee Safety Metrics 2018-2020

In February 2020, Enstor established a Coronavirus Task Force (CTF). The CTF continues to meet regularly to maintain continuous readiness.

Enstor maintains 179 miles of transmission lines and routinely performs pipeline safety tasks, including patrolling, inspecting, testing, and repairing pipelines. We meet or exceed all federal and state requirements for pipeline operations and maintenance, including ongoing technical training and specific qualifications and credentials of employees. In 2020 Enstor had zero reportable pipeline incidents or releases.

Community Engagement

Enstor believes in having a positive impact on the communities where we operate. We build strong relationships with the communities that we serve, and our employees are active participants in the communities engaging with local leaders and numerous nonprofit organizations. 

In addition to volunteering our time, we also make charitable donations with a specific focus on schools, libraries, recreation, health care, and first responders. Specific contributions are detailed in the report.
 

"We believe that a diverse workforce improves our organization and leads to the introduction of valuable new ideas and perspectives.”

To highlight Enstor’s commitment to diversity, the Southern Gas Association recently featured Enstor Managing Director and Controller Maria Garcia and Director of Finance Jennifer Olson. Garcia has been in the energy industry for almost 30 years, moving up to her current management position. “It has been very rewarding working in natural gas,” says Garcia. “I have been able to demonstrate my abilities and capitalize on my knowledge.”

Olson helps lead an almost exclusively female Accounting and Finance team. “My knowledge and ideas are valued here,” she says. “There have been a lot of opportunities for learning and growth.”

Maria Garcia, Managing Director/Controller

Jennifer Olson, Director of Finance

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