Ironworker Apprentice (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 27 December 2016
SRS was my first opportunity to become and Ironworker and though many have had differing opinions, I myself felt the company was fair and just in adhering to company policies. The pay was competitive and the staff were more then fair. In todays industry I would go back to this company without hesistation.
Millwright apprentice (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 30 November 2016
learned a lott about the cooling tower system and pumping houses in oil and gas plant. good mentor ship safety oriented and the management never pushed too hard the weather was the biggest challenge but watching the scale of work being done by different trades and professionals was the best part.
Pipefitter/Steamfitter Foreman (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 25 May 2016
All aspects of being a pipe fitter foreman How to lead and crew to work safely, efficiently and to do a job that they can be proud of. Mostly family run and hard to advance. We all seem to get along well and are able to work together Trying to get everyone to understand and learn to work safely together 100 percent of the time. Dong a job that you are proud of at the end of the work day.
Administration (Former Employee) – Ft.MacKay – 14 May 2015
The job was ok but was expected to know everything by the third day. Questions are not encouraged and are looked as questioning their authority. Not open to new or other ways of doing things. Very close minded.
Welder (Current Employee) – CNRL Horizon – 29 October 2013
SRS Industrial is a company working towards zero incidents. Knowing they are working on looking after their employees is good. Days are typically 10 hour days; that fly by. My co-workers are good workers. The most enjoyable part of the job is the count down to fly home.