Suncor Energy Inc. 1979 - 1989
Heavy Equipment Operator (Mine Operations)
• Cable Shovels – Marion 301, Bucyrus 595,495F, P&H 4100TS, P&H 4100 Boss
• Hydraulic Shovel – Demag 495 & 595, O&K 120, Komatsu 5000 & 8000
• Excavators – Cat, Komatsu, John Deere, Hitachi
• Dozers – Cat & Komatsu
• Loaders – Cat, Komatsu and Pipe handling
• Skid-Steer – Cat – more... & Bobcat
• Graders – 16G & 24H, 16M & 24M
• Haul Trucks – Cat 777, 789, 793, 797 Haulpak 150, 170
• Komatsu HD1500, HD785, 830 930, 960
Suncor Energy Inc. 1989 – 1999
Training Instructor (Mine Operations & Mine Maintenance Personal)
Shift of 270 employees.
• Training Instructor for the equipment used by Mine Operations & Mine Maintenance Employees
• New hire orientation, Standards & Procedures review,
• Classroom instruction on Equipment Operation and Walk around inspections
• Reviewing with employees the mine standards and safety procedures annually.
• Simulator training and hands on field training.
• Writing reports on employee progress on each piece of equipment and job task.
Suncor Energy Inc. 1999 – 2008
Training Supervisor (Mine Operations)
Direct reports: 6 trainers & 300 employees
• Managed the strategic training and employee development for operators and supervisors in the mine.
• Designed, developed and delivered classroom and field training for Mine Operations.
• Provided Mine Operations personnel, trainers and supervisors with the necessary training, tools and information to ensure the safe, effective and cost effective operation of all equipment in the mine.
• Provided training materials and information maintained accurate and up to date records.
• Evaluated trainer and operator performances.
• Provided productivity feedback to trainers and supervisors.
• Conducted task inventory reviews and training needs analysis for all positions within the Mine Operations area.
• Conducted field evaluations of employee’s training.
• Developed annual training plans with the needs of the shift.
• Maintained training progress and shift training files.
• Evaluated employee training performances.
• Accident and incident investigation.
• New employee and mine entry orientations
• Developed and maintained training curriculum for the stewardship of Journey to Zero Incidents.
• Developed and updated policies and procedures used in the mine. – less