Pros: biweekly payment and diverse working environment
Cons: extreme temperatures, long working hours
Normal working day starts with safety meeting after which all the safety personnel are expected to inspect their equipment.
Working here, one will always learn on how to check for fit for duty, equipment inspections, radio etiquette, gas testing, equipment calibration, occupational exposure limits for all gases among other things
Every employee in United safety was trained to work with different people and in a lot of cases, they are expected to work under pressure.
Like any other work, working for United Safety has pros and cons. One of the pros that one will always find, is having to working in extreme temperatures such as, very cold and freezing temperatures as in the case of winter shutdown in oil & gas plants and very hot and dehydrating temperatures as in the case of fall shutdown in power plants. However, regardless of these extreme weather conditions, one is always happy to meet and interact with people worldwide.