Health, Safety & Environment

Sunshine is committed to protecting and promoting the safety and wellbeing of our employees, contractors, communities and the environment.

Sunshine firmly believes in the HSE principle of "Safety First", focusing on safety and environmental protection. We aim for safe and reliable operations where any risks that compromise the health and safety of workers are identified and managed.

Sunshine has an excellent safety record and we continue to emphasize improvements in our field safety monitoring system for preventing workplace injuries. We strive to meet all regulated standards for health, safety and environment.

Our team continues to improve by working together and sharing responsibility for a healthy environment, as well as the safety and well being of our contractors, our families, our communities and ourselves. We believe that our activities bring direct benefits to the stakeholders in the communities in which we work.

Sunshine consistently maintains a disciplined approach to health, safety and environmental issues and remains committed to operating in a socially responsible manner with regularly conducted emergency response training, and safety and environmental audits of our operating facilities.

2023 Environmental, Social and Governance Report (PDF)

2022 Environmental, Social and Governance Report (PDF)

2021 Environmental, Social and Governance Report (PDF)

2020 Environmental, Social and Governance Report (PDF)

2019 Environmental, Social and Governance Report (PDF)

2017 Environmental, Social and Governance Report (PDF)

Read our Corporate HS&E Statement


Certificates and Affiliations

Partnerships in Injury Reduction promotes health and safety through partnerships with safety associations, industry groups, employers, educational institutions and labour organizations. In order to recognize employers who have developed a health and safety management system and met established standards, a Certificate of Recognition (COR) is awarded. Certificates are issued by Alberta Employment and Immigration and co-signed by Certifying Partners. Achieving and maintaining a valid COR is required to earn a financial incentive through the WCB's Partnerships in Injury Reduction program.

Alberta Partnership in Injury Reduction


Alliance Borealis Canada Corp. is a joint venture of companies that specialize in health, safety and environmental  (HSE) management, technical communications and emergency preparedness.


ComplyWorks is a global leader in providing Compliance Management Solutions that help customers streamline contractor and supplier management and supply chain processes.