Careers at Trojan Safety

We pride ourselves on having the best trained safety specialists in the oil & gas industry. That means we are very selective about who we hire. Before we even look at your technical qualifications, experience or the training we’d put you through, you have to be able to demonstrate that you share our core values. Our values set us apart and allow us to deliver exceptional safety services in the field. 

Our safety specialists are an essential part of any operation on site from drilling rigs, which may be drilling horizontal to capture shale gas, to service rigs and coil tubing, to fracing, plant turn-arounds, and well testing. All team members receive competitive wages based on experience and have the opportunity to apply for our extended benefits package.

As a member of the Trojan Safety team
you can always expect to:

  • Operate modern and reliable vehicles and equipment
  • Have open communication with management of all levels
  • Be part of an ever-growing company with room for vertical development for those who show dedication and leadership.
  • Have a flexible schedule
  • Go through a thorough company orientation and have adequate training prior to working alone
  • Have access to free online training
  • Have an opportunity for further education in safety related fields

All of the safety specialist positions with Trojan Safety have high potential for individuals with “the right stuff” to move into career positions either with the company or through creating professional relationships with others you may meet in your day-to-day work.

Individuals interested in growing with the company have the potential to become Safety Specialists with either a CSO or SSO designation, or could advance in training to become a PCP or ACP with many other opportunities available as well.

Before applying for any positions, please read Patch Life – our story on what it’s like working in the oil patch. It’s a good reality check so you know what you’re getting yourself into.

*All positions at Trojan Safety Services are considered “safety sensitive”. As such, all candidates must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test.

Job Openings

Posted 2 years ago

Role and Responsibilities

The primary role of a field H2S Safety Supervisor is to ensure the crew's safety while the threat of H2S gas is present or likely to be present. The H2S Safety Supervisor's main tool is their air trailer, which contains compressed breathing air, and equipment to protect against the gas. Typically, they can expect to work 12 hours per day (though it can be more or less), with up to 24 days between rotations. The H2S Safety Supervisor’s tasks include, but are not limited to:
  • Briefing and educating crews on the dangers of working in an H2S environment;
  • Ensure crews have adequate training on breathing air equipment;
  • Setting up and monitoring of gas detection equipment;
  • Being an active participant in site safety meetings;
  • Planning and organizing rescue in the event of an H2S emergency;
  • Testing the environment for the presence of H2S gas;
  • Providing continuous monitoring of crews wearing Self Contained Breathing Apparatus and/or Supplied Air Breathing Apparatus;
  • Working in close proximity of all aspects of the oil and gas industry;
  • Operating company equipment in a safe manner;
  • Following all company Health and Safety Policies.

Character Traits

H2S Safety Supervisors should portray the following traits:
  • Confident;
  • Responsible;
  • Patient;
  • Work well under pressure and remain calm in emergencies;
  • Have good communication skills;
  • Be safety conscious;
  • Excellent problem solving and decision-making skills;
  • Be able to “think on his/her feet”.

Physical Traits

An H2S Safety Supervisor must:
  • Maintain a reasonable level of fitness;
  • Be able to stand for extended periods of time and work in adverse weather conditions;
  • Be able to work several consecutive shifts, both day and night shifts;
  • Be able to physically perform a rescue of a worker;
  • Have normal color vision to distinguish color coded safety systems.

Qualifications

  • Valid Class 5 Drivers Licence & Current (within 3 months), clean Drivers Abstract
  • Current H2S Alive Ticket
  • Current First Aid Ticket
  • Petroleum Safety Training (PST)
  • WHMIS
  • TDG
This is a safety sensitive position and the candidate must complete and clear a pre-employment drug test.

Trojan Core Values – The Heart of Everything We Do:

  1. Show you care
  2. Keep learning
  3. Always on time
  4. Dependable
  5. It’s all about relationships

Job Features

Job Categoryfull time

Role and Responsibilities The primary role of a field H2S Safety Supervisor is to ensure the crew’s safety while the threat of H2S gas is present or likely to be present. The H2S Safety Supervis...

Posted 2 years ago

Roles and Responsibilities

An Industrial Firefighter’s main role on any job site is to actively respond to an emergency situation such as an uncontrolled fire or release of potentially harmful substances that may come in contact with personnel on location. The Firefighters travel in teams of two, sometimes three, allowing one to control the pump while the other suppresses the fire with foam and water. The Firefighter’s tasks include but are not limited to:
  • Act as emergency personnel on site by:
    • Being first on the scene to control fires,
    • Assisting in the rescue of workers,
    • Assisting personnel exposed to harmful substances,
  • Assisting H2S Supervisors and/or First Aid Attendants in the event of an emergency;
  • Educating crews on hazards of flammable substance and emergency evacuations;
  • Be an active participant in all safety meetings;
  • Operate all company vehicles and equipment in a safe and appropriate manner;
  • Maintain all tickets;
  • Perform pre and post trips for all jobs;
  • Follow all company Health and Safety rules.

Character Traits

Industrial Firefighters should posses the following:
  • Confident;
  • Practical;
  • Responsible;
  • Professional;
  • Patient;
  • Safety conscious;
  • Able to remain calm in emergency situations;
  • Effectively communicate with others;
  • Have excellent problem solving abilities.

Physical Requirements

Due to the nature of the position, an Industrial Firefighter must:
• Maintain a reasonable level of fitness;
• Have normal color vision, as many safety systems are color coded;
    • Be able to work several consecutive shifts (12 hours) consisting of day and night shifts.
 

Qualifications

  • NFPA 1001 Level 1 and 2
  • NFPA 1081 (Auxiliary Firefighters)
  • Occupational First Aid or Equivalent
  • H2S
  • Valid Class 3 Drivers Licence with air brake endorsement (preferred) & Current (within 3 months), clear Drivers Abstract
This is considered a safety sensitive position and the candidate must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test.

Trojan Core Values – The Heart of Everything We Do:

  1. Show you care
  2. Keep learning
  3. Always on time
  4. Dependable
  5. It’s all about relationships

Job Features

Job Categoryfull time

Roles and Responsibilities An Industrial Firefighter’s main role on any job site is to actively respond to an emergency situation such as an uncontrolled fire or release of potentially harmful subst...

Roles and Responsibilities

The Industrial First Aid Attendant’s main role on location is to provide emergency response to crews in the event of an injury, illness or emergency situation. The Industrial First Aid Attendant’s tasks include, but not  limited to:
  • Maintaining all current tickets - i.e. H2S, First Aid, CPR, TDG, WHMIS, Provincial Governing Body Registration;
  • Keeping up with all protocols of Advanced First Aid;
  • Obeying and following first aid protocols set out by ruling government agencies;
  • Collecting and maintaining confidential information - i.e.: all pertinent patient medical information;
  • Providing First Aid to workers when injured or ill, within your scope of practice (OFA3, EMR, PCP);
  • Making transport decision of injured worker to health care facility;
  • Familiarizing oneself with WCB documentation, OH&S regulations and all pertinent first aid reports;
  • Maintaining proper head count of personnel on location;
  • Being an active participant in all safety meetings;
  • Ensure that all personnel on location have proper documentation;
  • Follow all Health and Safety rules;
  • Operating company vehicles and using company equipment in a safe and appropriate manner.

Character Traits

Industrial First Aid Attendants will be working in close proximity to crews and must maintain an air of  “friendly professionalism”. They must also show the following character traits:
  • Confidence;
  • Responsible;
  • Practical;
  • Patient;
  • Ability of relating to wide range of individuals;
  • Being extremely safety conscious;
  • Remaining calm in emergencies;
  • Ability to direct workers in the event of a medical emergency;
  • Have effective communication skills;
  • Have effective problem solving and decision making skills.

Physical Traits

Due to the nature of the position, an Industrial First Aid Attendant must:
  • Posses and maintain a reasonable level of fitness;
  • Be able to work long hours, work many consecutive shifts both day and night shift;
  • Be able to work several consecutive shifts, both day and night shifts;
  • Have good observational skills;
  • Have normal color vision as many safety systems are color code.

Qualifications

  • Valid Class 5 Drivers Licence & Current (within 3 months), clean Drivers Abstract
  • EGSO (enform)
  • H2S
  • WHMIS (provided)
  • TDG (provided)
  • BLS
  • Current Provincial Governing Body Registration
This is considered a safety sensitive position and the candidate must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test.

Trojan Core Values – The Heart of Everything We Do:

  1. Show you care
  2. Keep learning
  3. Always on time
  4. Dependable
  5. It’s all about relationships

Job Features

Job Categoryfull time

Roles and Responsibilities The Industrial First Aid Attendant’s main role on location is to provide emergency response to crews in the event of an injury, illness or emergency situation. The Industr...

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