Owner Russell McKay opened his first cryogenic company, Cryo-bond, in 1994. He went on to found Millennium in 2001. Since its inception, Millennium has been very well received in North America and abroad and provides services for many notable clients, including NASA.
Part of Millennium’s success lies in the age-old saying, “necessity is the mother of invention”. McKay started a career in the oilfield in 1977, and after witnessing the frequent failures , wear and tear of oilfield tools and other equipment, McKay knew that cryogenics could benefit the oilfield and many other industries.
Mckay developed a method Patent “removing stators from tubular stator housings” McKay also developed a Patent for a large Company that services steel foundries worldwide.
Through cryogenic technology, Millennium enhances the performance of materials by increasing their wear resistance and mechanical properties, among other services.
Our Customer Commitment
Millennium is pleased to work with all our valued clients, from the local to the international companies. Each and every time you partner with Millennium, you can be confident that you are getting outstanding service at fair rates. It is our goal to provide you with the innovative solutions you need so your company can experience maximum efficiency.
Millennium Cryogenic Technologies does not directly offer or supply engineering services. All engineering services are provided through qualified and legally authorized third party companies and individuals.
With an eye on the future, Millennium looks forward to our plans to expand our services in the Houston, TX area.
Health and Safety Policy
Millennium Cryogenic Technologies believes that our people are our single most important resource. Our commitment is to provide protection and maintenance of the health and safety (physical, psychological, and social well-being) of our employees. It is our goal to minimize our workers’ exposure to the risks and hazards associated with our operation.
To ensure that Millennium Cryogenics maintains a safe work environment for all employees, visitors, contractors and the public and remains in compliance with all applicable health and safety legislation, an ongoing program, consisting of the following elements, will be maintained:
- Written responsibilities outlined for all levels of the organization
- Hazard identification, assessment, and control
- Emergency response plan
- Employee education, orientation and training
- Inspections of worksites and tools and equipment.
- Preventative maintenance of equipment
- Worker participation in work site health and safety through a Health and Safety Representative and/or a Joint Work Site Health and Safety Committee as applicable
- Near miss, incident and work refusal reporting and investigations
- Other parties at or in the vicinity of the work site
Senior Management will ensure that health and safety concerns are considered as an integral part of our operating requirements. All occupational health and safety legislation, programs and procedures will be adhered to and enforced.
Every employee shall be aware of his/her health and safety related responsibilities and must do their part towards workplace safety. These responsibilities will be outlined in policy and available at the workplace (located in the Health and Safety Binder).
It is our belief that all accidents and personal injuries are preventable. To attain an incident free workplace, everyone must contribute to this goal and maintain this commitment. Regardless of market demands and customer urgency, work must be performed safely.
This statement and all health and safety policies will be reviewed on an annual (minimum) basis to ensure that our health and safety policies and practices remain current.