Become a key member of our oilfield medics team, committed to ensuring the health and safety of workers in remote facilities across Alberta. As an oilfield medic, you will provide first aid response and medical care to those facing health and safety incidents in industrial environments.

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About Trojan Safety

For over 30 years, Trojan Safety has been the leading provider of industrial health, safety, and environmental services across Western Canada. We specialize in providing medical support for workers in the Oil and Gas, Mining, Pulp and Paper, Forestry, and Construction industries from Fort Vermilion through Grande Prairie, AB, and surrounding areas.

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Job Description

Our team of oilfield medical staff includes primary care paramedics, emergency medical responders, and first aid attendants.

The primary role of an oilfield medic on a job site is to provide quick and reliable help for incidents like machinery cuts or lacerations, respiratory problems from an excess of dust or gasses on site, or any other urgent or non-urgent medical situations.

If you’re interested in joining our Alberta oilfield medic team, you can explore the specific positions further by clicking one of the buttons below.

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Roles and Responsibilities

An oilfield medic’s tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Maintaining all current tickets, including:
    • H2S
    • CPR
    • WHMIS
    • First Aid
    • TDG
    • Provincial Governing Body Registration
  • Providing emergency medical services and first aid assistance to workers;
  • Joining safety meetings;
  • Being on medical standby, ready for all types of medical emergencies;
  • Organizing and maintaining medical vehicles, treatment areas, and equipment;
  • Maintaining an on-site headcount and handling client-specific paperwork as needed;
  • Adhering to company work protocols;
  • Complying with safety guidelines and first aid procedures;
  • Maintaining knowledge of anatomy and physiology;
  • Maintaining skills through regular self-guided study and participation in skill stations.

Character Traits

Oilfield medics should possess the following:

  • Safety conscience;
  • Responsibility;
  • Professionalism;
  • Confidence;
  • Practicality;
  • Relatability;
  • Patience;
  • Strong communication;
  • Strong observation skills;
  • Effective problem-solving and decision-making skills.

Physical Requirements

Due to the nature of the position, oilfield medics must:

  • Maintain a good level of physical fitness;
  • Be capable of enduring long work hours and multiple consecutive shifts, including day and night shifts;
  • Have normal colour vision due to the colour-coding of safety systems.

Qualifications

  • Have a valid driver’s licence (class 5) and current (within three months) clean driver abstract;
  • Have Basic Life Support (BLS) certification;
  • Have Advanced First Aid certification;
  • Have H2S certification;
  • Have WHMIS certification (we can provide this training if needed);
  • Have TDG certification (we can provide this training if needed);
  • Have EGSO certification (enform);
  • Have Current Provincial Governing Body Registration.

Due to the safety-sensitive aspect of the oilfield medic job, candidates are required to undergo pre-employment drug screenings. 

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Trojan Safety’s Core Values

The following values are at the heart of everything we do.

Show you care

Having a team that genuinely wants to help others is what we are all about—it’s why we love the safety business. We want to surround ourselves with people who strive to go the extra mile and demonstrate courtesy, gratitude and humility in every project.

Keep learning

If you’re no longer learning, it’s time to quit. Being curious about how things work and how to make them better not only makes the job interesting and engaging, it makes you more interesting and engaging. We are a team of innovators and “out of the box” thinkers. Where there’s a problem, there’s an innovative way to solve it.

Always on time

It’s about respect. On-time means you show up early and are ready to go before the promised start time. People notice when you’re on time, and they definitely notice when you’re late. Being on time is a key factor in building trust with our clients and co-workers. Let’s never violate that trust.

Dependable

Being able to rely on your safety people goes without saying. We are well trained, and prepared and show up with the proper tools and equipment to get the job done right without excuses. If any issues arise, our clients can count on us to take care of it immediately.

It’s all about relationships

We live for great relationships, and in order to build those relationships, we consistently give more of ourselves than we ask of others. We inherently believe in putting our clients and colleagues first— it’s just the way we operate. We like people, we like having fun, and we love a good sense of humour, and it shows.

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Role and Responsibilities

The OFA 3 Medic’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:
  • Confident;
  • 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 Requirements

Due to the nature of the position, an Industrial First Aid attendant must:
  • Posses and maintain a reasonable level of fitness;
  • Have good observation skills;
  • 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;
  • First Aid Attendants must have normal color vision as many safety systems are color code.

Qualifications

  • Valid Class 5 Drivers Licence & Current (within 3 months) Drivers Abstract
  • Common Safety Orientation (can provide)
  • H2S Alive (can provide)
  • WHIMIS (provided)
  • TDG (provided)
  • Current Provincial Governing Body Registration
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 CategoryEmergency Medical Responder, Medic
Pay$20.00-$25.00 per hour
BenefitsExtended health care, On-site parking, Wellness program

Role and Responsibilities The OFA 3 Medic’s main role on location is…

Role and Responsibilities

Trojan Safety Services Ltd is looking for professional individuals with positive attitudes to join our team. We are actively recruiting persons for the position of PCP to work in and around Fort St John. Our personnel are an essential part of any operation on site. We are always on the lookout for independent, enthusiastic and motivated individuals to add to our staff of emergency medical personnel
  • Provide medical care in accordance with Trojan safety medical protocols
  • Provide medical care within the scope of practice
  • Represent Trojan safety in a positive and professional manner
  • Be able to effectively handle and respond to stressful/emergency situation
  • Coordinate STARS site if needed
  • Maintain cleanliness of all equipment
  • Adhere to Trojan Safety Services Ltd Safe Work Practices and Hazard ID Procedures
  • Sign in/out personnel on location
  • Fill out daily paperwork (Safety meeting with head count, daily operation reports, hazard identification, service tickets, accident/incident if applicable)
  • Achieve and Maintain 100% Compliance within Trojan's Health and Safety Program
  Complete daily checklists for using Formstack app– AED, Medication Kit, Trauma and airway bags, oxygen bottles Ensure phone and radio checks and daily contacts within the team are working
  • Attend daily site safety/toolbox and operations meetings
  • Assist in identifying any health hazards, near misses, and any work site hazards
  • Possess strong interpersonal skills
  Previous employment in the Oil and Gas Industry Ability to travel areas of Alberta for extended periods of time due to the remote worksite location

Character Traits

Character Traits PCP’s will be working in close proximity to crews and must maintain an air of “friendly professionalism”. They must also show the following character traits:
  • Confident;
  • 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 Requirements

Due to the nature of the position, an Industrial PCP must:
  • Posses and maintain a reasonable level of fitness;
  • Have good observation skills;
  • 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;
  • PCP’s must have normal color vision as many safety systems are color code.

Qualifications

  • Valid Class 5 Drivers Licence & Current (within 3 months) Drivers Abstract
  • CSO
  • H2S
  • WHIMIS (provided)
  • TDG (provided)
  • BLS
  • Current Provincial Governing Body Registration
  • Must also maintain a current OFA3
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 CategoryMedic, Primary Care Paramedic
Pay$28.00-$33.00 per hour
Expected Hours40 – 60 per week
BenefitsDental care, Extended health care, Flexible schedule, Store discount, Vision care
Schedule12 hour shift, Day shift, Evening shift, Overtime
EducationSecondary School (preferred)
Licence/CertificationOFA3 (required), BC Registered PCP Certificate (required)
Work LocationIn person

Role and Responsibilities Trojan Safety Services Ltd is looking for professional individuals…

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 CategoryFirst Aid Attendant, Medic

Roles and Responsibilities The Industrial First Aid Attendant’s main role on location…