the only good thing about it was the fact that they had free freezies
DSP Fitter (Former Employee) – Keyera Fort Sask – 14 July 2014
Keyera site project manager was a complete lunatic, running around yelling at people to get out in the field and then when you see him on site he walks into your area without having any idea what your plan is and starts sticking his nose in where it doesnt belong...I have heard stories of the same clown has been seen spying on workers from elevated locations with binoculars... The bussing was nice for some and more of a pain in the rear for the majority. 13.5 hour day just freom when i got on the bus to getting off and i was paid for 11. DSP pay was the lowest i have personally seen as far back as i can remember. 53/hour straight time. Its not right to be herding people around like cattle at break times and closing up smoking areas with a lock and chain? Not something i would ever be a part of...
2nd Year apprentice pipefitter (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 6 January 2018
was a lot to learn being out of my comfort zone. worked on a lot smaller jobs with smaller crews. there was safety procedures I didn't know about. foreman was a foreign worker and was hard to understand. took me awhile to get use to the place.