Health & Safety

KEYMAY is committed to protecting and promoting the health and safety of our employees, contractors and visitors, as well as the surrounding community and environment. KEYMAY conducts all business and activities in accordance to the highest industry standards for safety and compliance with legislative requirements.

KEYMAY belongs to ISNetworld, CanQual and PICS as a Member Contractor and holds a Certificate of Recognition from the Alberta Safety Council. KEYMAY also maintains Workers Compensation Board accounts in Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario.

Our work culture extends beyond our policies, manuals and certifications – every level of our operations is committed to maintaining the singular vision of proper protocol and zero injury. KEYMAY values professionalism in every aspect of our business, from product management to project implementation and installation.

All KEYMAY employees are trained in health and safety techniques and best practices and share our genuine commitment to health and safety procedures, supported by a firm, fair and consistent enforcement policy. KEYMAY contractors are also required to follow our health and safety legislation and procedures wherever applicable.

KEYMAY is dedicated to achieving the objective of zero workplace injury, and providing a healthy, injury-free workplace and job sites for everyone involved.


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What Our Clients are Saying

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Reliable full-service provider

Project Manager

We started using KEYMAY for their weights, but now they are a supplier or provider in five different aspects of our business – the “one-stop shop” for specialty pipeline and civil products.

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Dedicated service

Pipeline Superintendent

KEYMAY’s service truly represents full understanding of the construction environments – the demands of the project do not cease at 5pm, and neither does KEYMAY’s service.