On Earth Day 2016, we at RigUp are reflecting on why we do what we do…
One of our core beliefs at RigUp is that profitability and environmental responsibility are not mutually exclusive. Since the early stages of our company, we have been seeking the best practices to surround these beliefs.
We know that when companies are forced to cut spending, the expensive EHS tag is certainly a tempting place to start. But compromising on employee’s safety or responsibility to the environment will not be beneficial in the long run.
RigUp has created a marketplace where the safest and most environmentally conscious companies can succeed. We want to make sure that EHS needs are no longer a financial burden that companies have to find a place for in their budget. There are three ways that our marketplace offers a solution to these problems.
Using RigUp can ensure that a company is getting the lowest prices on EHS services in their area by increasing the competition between vendors. On RigUp it is easy to include multiple companies on each bid. Our marketplace enables E&P's to compare prices across a larger selection of companies.
For operators of all sizes, RigUp is one central place for all environmental needs. No longer do they have to spend the time researching who offers the services that they need or managing multiple separate relationships. Finding vendors in proximity to a particular job can lower freight cost substantially.
Smaller companies with limited environmental connections benefit greatly from a single place to go to meet all their needs. As soon as they sign up for an account they receive access to over 9,000 vendors to choose from.
Environmental responsibility and high safety standards are strong drivers behind why we do what we do. The tools we have created are designed to make sure that exceeding industry standards is not as difficult as it has been in the past. Take control of your EHS responsibility and use RigUp to be proactive.
No matter what your EHS needs RigUp can help you solve them.
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