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HSE INTEGRATED Employee Reviews

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Productable and eductational
Instructor (Former Employee), Red Deer, ABNovember 6, 2014
Pros: experience
Cons: un known as to when i would work next
I gathered allot of experience with HSE that I am always happy to recieve
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Large corporate structure
EMR/ Medic, H2S Supervisor (Former Employee), Grande Prairie, ABSeptember 24, 2014
Pros: training
Cons: long hours
After purchasing KEY Safety the morale was low. Corporation buying up HSE competitors...
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long hours little pay
High Angle Rescue (Current Employee), Fort McMurray, ABSeptember 17, 2014
Pros: great crew to work with
Cons: unorganized
I enjoy the working environment of hse, I am looking for something more challenging
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HSE
Safety Technician (Former Employee), Suncor- FireBAgSeptember 6, 2014
Pros: met great people
Cons: wage, no advancement
HSE is not a stable company at all. There is no advancing within the company at all, and you never feel secure.
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Fire Services Tech / Admin / electronics
fire svc tech, electronics tech-admin (Current Employee), Fort. Saskatchewan, ABApril 22, 2014
Pros: great enviroment
Cons: clarity of job scope
good place to work, nice people, family like setting and great understanding when it comes to personal issues.
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productive and fun work place
Saftey watch (Former Employee), edmonton albertaApril 8, 2014
fun
productive work plave
gets interesting over night
great management
have a few problems
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Great People, not a good job if you want a schedule
Safety Supervisor (Former Employee), Sylvan LakeApril 2, 2014
Pros: good benefits, great people and management
Cons: 21/7 shift work, low pay
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 – more... 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. – less
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Great place to work
Safety Coordinator/Trainer (Current Employee), Saint John, NBFebruary 14, 2014
Pros: great management and training
Cons: no full time employment in my home town
Enjoy the safety culture and people with similar interest.
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Your appointment could be terminated just to let in a friend or a relative of a manager.
Safety Technician (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, ABJanuary 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.
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Worked from Whitecourt
Industrial/oilfield medic (Former Employee), Whitecourt ABJanuary 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.
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Challenging and at times rewarding
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Sylvan Lake, AB and Fort McMurray, ABNovember 19, 2013
Pros: saw alot of the country
Cons: long days away from home, hard on family life. typical oilpatch job.
Was a good challenge for awhile. Company was always evolving and there were many rewarding tasks and some mundane ones.
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Large oilfield safety company
Medic (Former Employee), Pincher Creek,AbOctober 29, 2013
This was one of my first medical jobs and they were great to work for taught me alot in the ways of the patch.
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great job
Breathing Apperatis Repair Tech: Scott, Draeger (Former Employee), Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Suncor FirebagOctober 16, 2013
Pros: lived at camp so no cummute
Cons: long hours
loved the work with breathing apparatus
worked 12-14 hours a day
lived at camp
14 days on 14 days off
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excellant oportunities for advancement
Health and Safety Officer (Current Employee), Fort Saskatchewan, ABOctober 10, 2013
Pros: meeting new people, traveling to different sites and learning different plants; sag-d, gas, chemical, hydro, coal producing energy plants, chemical plants, pipelines, and oil rigs
Cons: long hours, working with people that dont follow onsite safety rules and regulations
Working in the oil and gas industry-safety, can be demanding, high energy work, lots of traveling around the country, job scope changes from site to site, depending on what I was contracted for' safety, medical.and rescue. Some sites I was working alone setting up breathing air trailers, auditing according to clientele needs (near miss incidents, safety – more... advisor, emergency procedures). Most Industrial sites I was working in high risk areas, meaning, using SCOTT packs, Dragers, setting up rescue equipment according to work being done, on site. The hardest part of the job is having to deal with accidents when the accident/ near miss, could have been prevented; ex; rushing to get the job done, complacency, not knowing the equipment, the worker is using, not enough sleep, personal issues, and many more. – less
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Very busy, constantly involved, always included in all activity
HSE Advisor (Offshore) (Former Employee), Offshore Sable IslandSeptember 8, 2013
Pros: constantly learning
Cons: isolated from land
12 -16 hour days, 3weeks on 3 weeks off. Responsible for Health and Safety culture of 92 individuals that are constantly rotating out weekly, so realistically you had to deal with approx 200 individuals. I really enjoyed the fast pace activity of all the different projects on the go at the same time. Providing advice and guidance for individuals on – more... the work sites. Getting to meet and work with others seeing different aspect of jobs and learning how everything fits together. Always having to meet new challenges as issues arose. Hosting meetings, participating in Conference Calls with Management. Observing individuals in the performance of their duties and providing feedback for continued improvement. Strong knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Standards and Regulations – less
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very clicke
Safety Advisor (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, ABJuly 6, 2013
this company wasn't the company for me. The pay was below average and there was no chance for advancement.
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Medic/Safety Tech (Former Employee), Northern Alberta Oil FieldsMay 29, 2013
Pros: subsistance
Cons: extra long days, over 15 hours a day
As my first Medic/Safety Position I gained valuable experience in the field. While on plant sites practicing Confine Space and Air Quality Monitoring was well organized. Management prompted Health and Safety. As my years of experience grew I was able to shadow Lead Hands. My wage stayed the same but the opportunity to learn was there. Finally I desided – more... to change companies to Safety Boss because the staff was mature and had more experience. I
got a raise to. The hardest part of the job was not being mobile, lack of communication and when I first started not understand what was happening on the rigs. As years pasted I now understand there procedures.

The most enjoyable part of anyday is everyone going home safe. – less
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Fun, exciting workplace with lots of learning opportunities
Safety Watch (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, ABMay 3, 2013
Pros: free food and board and transportation
Cons: long hours
While working at HSE as a safety watch I learned a lot of about safety policies and procedures at the Suncor Site. I also, learned a lot about the Occupational Health and Safety rules. I learned how to use a lot of Safety products and breathing apparatus. I completed my health and safety advisor certification. A typical day would consist of a daily – more... safety meeting then moving from job to job to provide HSE safety services to various contractors. The management and co-workers were great which made being away from home that much easier. The hardest part of the job was being away from family and friends. The best was focus on work with no distractions and being able to put in my all. – less
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Soul Sucking
Shop Hand/ Lead Shop Hand/ Shop Foreman (Former Employee), grande prairie abJanuary 25, 2013
Pros: flexible work hours
Cons: poorly managed, poor pay and no advancement or training
The people that work in the field there are amazing, they work hard and are great to work with. The office staff on the other hand will stop at nothing to make your day miserable and make you want to quit every single day. They don't train people who are ready and willing and when its time to trim the fat they trim the muscle instead. This Company is – more... going downhill and I am glad to no longer work there. – less
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Good place to start for a safety career
Safety/Air/Fire/High Angle Rescue Technician (Current Employee), Bonnyville, ABDecember 5, 2012
Not a lot to say about this company. They are a good place to get a foot in the door in the safety industry.