A dangerous place to work with no regards for worker safety.
This is a mediocre job if you can put up with rotating 12 hour shifts and just want to get in and out. Although this is an easy place to get a job at however you need to be very careful with what you agree to do and how you work. Some coworkers were great, others not so much. Like any job.
Getting into more details however;
The culture is extremely toxic at the Brampton location. It is frowned upon if you speak up about poor work conditions. Management finds petty ways to retaliate.
You should expect machinery and other equipment to stay in dangerous conditions for long periods of time while being expected to continue to use it. There is no such thing as continuous process improvement at Can Art. Dangerous things to watch for are; lack of safety guards around moving equipment, areas where water pools around electrical panels, grease and oil spills because employees don't care enough to clean up after themselves, overhead hoist parts falling off above you due to lack of maintenance, lack of ventilation throughout entire building and airflow in certain areas.
Maintenance team constantly taking shortcuts, some are poorly trained and sit/walk around on their phones and hide all day. Maintenance response time is usually very slow.
In March 2019 maintenance staff decided on multiple occasions to pour old waste oil into back parking lot storm drains instead of ordering the proper containers for disposal.
These are just some things that everyone should know before working here. I really recommend looking elsewhere first.
Pays on time, thats it