Coordinator, Badger Daylighting (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 25 February 2017
A great company with lots of opportunities . Management and staff were respectful and great to work with. A new job brings excitement and can be a trying when learning new programs and processes. It all comes with a new job.
Love my daily job, knowing I may be the reason someone goes home safe Is very awarding
Safety Supervisor (Current Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 14 November 2016
Being a HSE coordinator/ supervisor has been one of my greatest accomplishments. I have helped people physically and also mentally at times. Every time i am required to submit a JHA or Procedure to keep workers safe, I put everything I have and know in to it knowing that if one important step is missed, it could potentially cause a worker harm. No matter the task at hand Safety is number one. and working for such a great company that not only allows but enforces safety is amazing, the wealth of knowledge with the owners of his company is absolutely best to none. The experience I have gained from this company is remarkable.
People going home safe
their is none, unless you are working an outside project in the winter.
HSE Consultant and Trainer (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 2 November 2016
all employees are encouraged to up there skill set, with some great in house training program.I have worked on both up stream and down stream projects through out Alberta, and the Nova Site is, with out a doubt the most Safety first company I have worked for.
Work balance the constant promoting of all upping skill sets.
Company vehicle provided,ability to work from home at times
Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 1 November 2016
This position allowed me to sometimes work from home, as well as a good balance of travel in a company provided vehicle. Also allowed me to learn more of the corporate side of the oil and gas industry in Calgary.
Director (Former Employee) – GTA, ON – 16 May 2016
Typical 10-12 hour day. I coached HSE team members with writing program/procedures/RFQs/Pre-Qualification/COR activities/technical aspects, meet with top team on HSE proposals, met with managers to review incident investigations, to nudge them on COR compliance, and to give them practical solutions.
The easiest part of the job was finding improvement opportunities for the HSE program and safety culture, and teaching the HSE team on field level risk assessments, investigations, and application of HSE programs.
The hardest, but also the most fun part of the job was getting senior managers to put more time into HSE activities as a business value added proposition.
The second fun part was building a highly effective HSE team. The challenge was to overcome people saying this is not my job or I do not answer the phone after 5:00 for an incident. The excitement really played out when staff started owning tasks as their job and jumping on every incident to provide effective case management.
What I learned is that is that my team and I could shorten culture change from the standard 5-7 years despite some people having different sets of values and priorities by getting them started with checking the boxes, and then proudly standing back in a supportive role as they began to engage workers and started to believe in a zero incident culture .
Slave (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 25 February 2016
This is a very racist and discriminatory place to work for, they do not even deserve one star. There is OHS / HR rules and regulations and there is MCFN rules and regulations. The most biased, nepoticious organist ion I have ever heard of.............if you are starving for work still stay away from this company
Safety Admin (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 12 November 2015
I have learned alot about the industry since i started here in April 2015. I really enjoy the work and the pace. My goal is to continue in this field and further my career with the knowledge i have learned.
Advisor (Current Employee) – Canada – 20 August 2015
This job is what you make of it. It requires constant upgrading, and education. People skills are a must, as you'll require conducting meetings evaluating workers. Supervisors can be your best friend, or worse enemy.
Safety Technician (Former Employee) – Sylvan Lake, AB – 30 June 2015
On the off chance they actually gave you a call to work, you would be luck to hear anything about the job till 2-3 hours before the job, you would be forced to pack up and go to a flight that you dident even know if it was showing up and then you have to sit for 12 hours on a plant and do little to nothing.
Lead - Stuart Olson Dominion (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 22 October 2014
Safe within their work environments and culture Friendly co workers Enjoyed the challenge Management was great at the start of the project but du4ring it the management changed and this was a negative experience. The main office was disorganized and the Safety Manager was not respected by the client.
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Alberta – 12 October 2014
- monitor and advise employee safety participation. - learned how to balance safety and production while maintaining a positive work relationship with other workers. - co-workers are great - opportunity for advancement
The company is very generous, a new vehicle every year, yearly bonus.
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Fort St John, BC – 13 May 2014
I am usually up around 05:30 and in my office by 06:30, I go through my e-mails and then I checkt o see where my trucks are at in the field. I will then travel to that area and start by watching them to see what they are doing and then I will complete a job observation form on them. If there are deficiencies then I will make them aware of them, I will also give them approvel when they do a good job. One of the draw-backs is that my drivers are all a different nationality from me and I don't speak their language so it is difficult to fully communicate with them. The most enjoyable part of the job is the opportunity to me different people daily.
The freedom to talk to people about safety factors in the work force.
The HSE guy is looked at as if he is the safety police, rather than someone who can give them positive knowledge for situations they may encounter.