this job was a camp job in saskatchewan, at the bhp billiton lanigan mine. the day would start and end with a 45 minute bus ride from camp to the mine. the first hour or so of everyday was all about safety. going over the tasks for the day, who was doing what, and the safety measures that we would be taking for each task. we'd then proceede to our work area where i'd fill out my JHA (job hazard assesment) for the morning, then i'd have to get my foreman to sign off on it. then there was a on site toolbox meeting where we'd all put our heads together to pick out any possible hazards that needed to be addressed before our work was to begin. while at this job i helped form 4- 200x80 slabs for the 2 hoist houses and the 2 collar houses. i also helped pre-fabricate 2-36x20x36 hexagon forms that we flew in with the crane to form the top of both the service and production shafts. this job was a great job from top to bottom. the hardest part of this job was being away from my family and the long hours (13 hours a day for 14 days straight) the best part of the job was the amount of planning and safety involved with each and every job big or small. you always knew you were being looked out for.