Productive, open communication, great people to work with
Regional Safety Advisor of Southern Alberta (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 March 2014
Tasks involved: Promote and coach compliance with Tervia’s Corporate Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) program “Safety matters in all that we do” at the field level Ensure operational compliance with client requirements and provincial OH&S regulations Be cognizant of and adhere to any site specific safety requirements Partake in all safety related meetings including: daily tail gates, weekly safety meetings, site specific safety plans (SSSP), per-work hazard assessments, job hazard assessments (JHA) Support: Spend time in the field working with supervisors and employees – coach them on safety related activities Provide support during the investigations (Tap Root) incidents and near misses while ensuring proper follow up and implementation of corrective actions Provide support and steward to Project Managers and Senior Management on Health and Safety related activities WCB information for project managers, supervisors and customers, as requested Assist the project management team with the safety advise when bidding on projects
Managing Health and Safety: Administer Tervita’s Disability Management Program and coordinate WCB activities, as required Assist in maintaining safety equipment, documents and manuals Conduct internal and external safety audits Assist in maintaining OH&S record keeping system, including tracking of incidents / accidents, training, trending and statistics Provide assistance in creating, maintaining and update Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Where required, coordination of PPE supplies by working with localmore... suppliers
Reporting: Complete initial Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) claims reports Report and investigate incidents and near misses while ensuring proper follow up and implementation of corrective actionsless
Billing and EDI Specialist (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 11 February 2017
Excellent work environment. A place i cant wait to go to every morning. Good management, working hard to keep all staff united and committed The hardest part of the job is when we have to meet clients' need The most enjoyable part of the job is having lunch, pot luck, playing games and volunteering outside the company.
After 6 months of new owners, started downhill slide.
Supervisor, Truck Driver, Plant operator (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 10 January 2017
Was great company until it went corporate. New management interfering, not really knowing the business. Not a friendly place to work in any more though co-workers still great. Hardest part was watching your back when management (new supervisor and up) were around. Best part was working with team mates.
pay good. earned before going corporate.
management and very long summer hours. no family time.
Landfill Operator, Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Hinton, AB – 29 December 2016
The people and the shift is what I have come to enjoy the most. The job it self is great, but with the recent down turn in oil/gas the company doesn't seem to be stable. The many cuts to benefits and hours has made moral low.
Shop Laborer in July (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 29 November 2016
Working for Tervita as a shop labourer allowed me to work with different trades, and complete different tasks on a daily basis. Job shadowing Heavy-Duty Mechanics being a welder helper, as well as operating equipment in the yard kept the job interesting. Not having the choice to work overtime was unfortunate because of the salary, but all in all a good working environment.
Hazardous Waste Field Technician (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 31 October 2016
Management at this company are some of the most clueless individuals you will ever meet. Toxic management everyday, ranging from them saying that overtime is non optional, to badmouthing employees in group emails, then claiming they did nothing wrong. Everyone is on one big power trip.
zero work life balance, inconsistent hours and no appreciation.
nice co workers, paid ok, good benefits
rude and power-abusive managers, non optional overtime, no promotions
IT (Former Employee) – Headquarters, ab – 20 October 2016
pros: very good benefits, work with current technology, highly safety conscious cons:company has been on the decline for years and is running with mostly a skeleton crew of where it used to be. high stress never knowing if a pink slip is going to be in the mail.
Very unstable place to work. Never know when the next time you were going to get the call to fly out or a pink slip in the mail. Was a very good company when the work was there but could not give you answers when shortages were coming.
Regional IT Field Support Representative (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 21 September 2016
I worked there for about 6 months and then the company had to lay off numerous people. I was the newest so I was definitely the first to go. While I was there I had some very good dealings with internal staff. I just wasn't there long enough to make an informed decision on the entire company.
Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 September 2016
Very poor leadership. Senior Management not in touch with their customers needs. Toxic environment. People in jobs that they are not qualified for. No direction or vision from Senior leaders. This company is a total mess.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 25 August 2016
When I started there five years ago,there was potential and movement within. With hard work and drive, one could move up and make a difference. Now there is only middle management that blocks you at every turn, that looks out only for themselves. Upper management isn't much better, with all lay offs and cut backs, a lot of very good people are gone. Now all you have are the self serving narcissists preying on any good people left.
The best thing that could happen to this company, is to be bought out and dismantled. There is value there but not as a whole. Get rid of all the top brass and start fresh, from the owner down.