Technical Safety BC
Happiness score is 68 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    2004
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $5m to $30m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    Vancouver
  • Link
    Technical Safety BC website

Technical Safety BC is an independent self-funded organization mandated to oversee the safe installation and operation of technical systems and equipment. Our workforce of over 400 employees across 11 offices in BC hold positions in safety operations, finance, accounting, marketing human resources, information technology and much more.

Through assessment, education, outreach, enforcement, and research, we make public safety our number one priority and work to uphold our vision of Safe technical systems. Everywhere.

At Technical Safety BC we value diversity and the unique perspectives employees bring to the table. We adapt to meet safety challenges and build confidence by sharing knowledge. We seek simplicity to promote understanding, engagement and participation within our organization. We care about our employees and offer:

Personal & professional development

Employee wellness & community involvement

Market competitive compensation & benefits

Visit us today at www.technicalsafetybc.ca and learn how you can be a part of our thriving organization!

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 24 reviews and is evolving.

3.7520182.5020193.5020202.0020213.672022

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Client Care in Vancouver, BC
on 10 February 2021
Not the best place to work

Their customer service management team was a clique that ran the place to the ground. The director who managed customer service was not a good leader and lots of favoritism was shown to men of the same race and back ground.

Architecture Contracts in Vancouver, BC
on 30 April 2022
great projects, great teams and great management

great project, great teams and great management. Good DevOps Ci/CD development environment. Great support from the IT team to make your work possible.

Human Resources Coordinator in Vancouver, BC
on 23 March 2022
Supportive and inclusive culture that promotes and provides professional development opportunities

Nothing but great things to say about this organization. They offer thorough training and provide all the tools you need to succeed. This organization is a great example of how a company should operate.

Technical Leader in Remote
on 13 March 2022
Disgraceful representation of a public regulator

I would have never believed it until I worked at TSBC that the leadership takes pride at collecting fees and finding ways to not inspect anything. The leadership are passionate about woke culture and whatever political agenda is on the mainstream media. There is no passion to help clients and act like a representative for Public Safety. All of the directors and execs have no technical background, the director of technical actually has a teachers diploma if that tells you anything. The rest are lawyers and art's majors. The moment you challenge them, the severance payouts begin. I was the 3 Technical leader hired and fired in 2 years. Same exec, same director. It's a shame as there is lots of great opportunity to improve but not with a top heavy management that actually has no technical knowledge nor leadership skills to empower the Operation minions that do.

Leadership in Operations
on 24 January 2021
Decent pay, good work life balance, , confusing priorities, toxic work culture

The work life balance and pay is reasonable at this company, so if that is your employment priority they are a good choice. However, the leadership does not have a clear plan on organizational priorities, so trying to understand the practical relevance of what you do will be confusing. This contributes to a general frustration among the employees, which has established a very inwardly focused toxic environment. Sadly, there are many great people but poor leadership.

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