Air hand (Former Employee) – Sylvan Lake, AB – March 12, 2015
Great company always training. Management is strong . Co-worker were a great team. Working in all different areas of Alberta . Hardest part of the job was being away all the time. Most enjoyable part was all the great people you meet and work with.
Great way to get your foot in the door of the oilfield.
Safety Watch (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – February 18, 2015
working with HSE has been great, i have leaned a lot of great things that portray to the oilfield. The training experiences have been fantastic, there is always more to learn and this company will help with that.
Safety Advisor (Current Employee) – Saint John, BC – February 8, 2015
Needs Improvement. Through Proper Management and their ability to keep their employees working. It is important to keep your employees in the loop and not hide things which may effect the workers work and or personal life.
Great People, not a good job if you want a schedule
Safety Supervisor (Former Employee) – Sylvan Lake – April 2, 2014
This company had great people and payed for my courses as I pursued my NCSO certification. The pay was good starting out but after more than a year I still couldn't get a raise. The reason being is they had a wage freeze when they were bought out by DXP.
Simba offered me more money and more opportunity, so I took it. I would work for HSE again if the shift wasn't 21/7 and the pay was better.
My supervisor was great and very patient in teaching us how to excel in what we did. I had a hard time quitting because the people were so great.
Your appointment could be terminated just to let in a friend or a relative of a manager.
Safety Technician (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – January 21, 2014
You may not be liked if you are coming from a minority group even though you are a very hard working person. Your appointment could be terminated without a cause just to let in friends or relatives of a manager. It was a heart braking experience.
Industrial/oilfield medic (Former Employee) – Whitecourt AB – January 17, 2014
After management changed the station went down hill. Operations decided to cut hours without consultation, there was little to no support from the office. I felt very much on my own when out in the field.