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Posted 4 weeks ago

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

Candidates should possess a diploma in Environmental Sciences. They should have a good understanding of electronics related to air monitoring such as Teledyne analyzers, and have a thorough understanding of the air quality regulations in both BC and Alberta. Candidates are expected to:
  • Maintain air monitoring equipment to manufacturers specifications
  • Ensure Downwind Air Monitoring units are functioning correctly, and ready for deployment.
  • Understand generated data, and be able to write reports associated with that data.
  • Research/Develop equipment associated to the business.
  • Work with a team of technicians to ensure projects are being completed efficiently.
  • Work directly on revenue generating jobs, as well as in the shop working on equipment.
  • Be able to communicate technical information effectively to non-technical persons.

Skills and Traits:

  • Leadership
  • Communication - both verbal and written
  • Attention to detail
  • Understanding of technical documents
  • Customer oriented
This is a safety sensitive position and the candidate must complete and clear a pre-employment drug test.

Job Features

Job CategoryAir Quality Monitoring
PayUp to $90,000.00 per year
BenefitsCasual dress, Company events, Dental care, Disability insurance, Extended health care, Flexible schedule, Life insurance, On-site parking
Schedule12 hour shift, 8 hour shift, Day shift, Night shift, On call
Supplemental pay typesBonus pay, Overtime pay
EducationBachelor's Degree (preferred)
Ability to RelocateGrande Prairie, AB: Relocate before starting work (required)
Work LocationIn person

Role and Responsibilities Candidates should possess a diploma in Environmental Sciences. They…

Posted 4 weeks ago

Full Job Description

Trojan Safety is looking for a full time Shop Supervisor to lead the team at our booming Fort St John Branch. Must be a self starter and highly organized with the ability to prioritize tasks based on demands. This position will require some mechanical/technological experience with an attention to detail and the ability to play well in the sand box with others.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to..

  • Work with shop personnel and any additional personnel to help keep them on task with daily duties.
  • Ensure the cleanliness and organization of the shop, yard and storage rooms.
  • Working with shop personnel to ensure equipment is being maintained and serviced to the highest standard possible.
  • Keeping track of equipment. Having an accurate fleet count is critical.
  • Ensuring insurances and CVIP's are being monitored and scheduled accordingly.
  • Monitoring certifications, expiration dates and calibrations on equipment.
  • Keeping the yard free of debris, overgrown vegetation and clutter.
  • Ensuring field books are organized and adequately supplied.
  • Ensuring that job equipment orders are being fulfilled accurately and on time.
  • Be proficient in hauling trailers and operating Bobcat and loader.
  • Informing shop persons or management if the Hotsy Pressure Washer and wash bay need servicing or maintenance. Organizing vac truck when necessary.
  • Assisting in snow removal from walkways, stairways and the training center parking lot prior to the arrival or students or customers.
  • Informing the shop personnel or office when garbage disposal, cardboard recycling and Canadian Water Serve and Save services are needed.
  • Maintaining compliance on WorkHub.
  • Establishing relationships with service providers such as Brogan Safety, Gregg Distributors, ext..
  • Be able to take constructive criticism as such, it's nothing personal.
  • Ensure all vehicles in yard are clean and ready to go, including equipped with all safety gear and necessary equipment.
  • Work with Medic Coordinator to ensure medic room is sufficiently stocked and kept in a neat and tidy fashion.
  • Staying accountable on purchasing of goods, products and supplies. Making sure waste is minimized.

Requirements

  • Fluent in English; written and spoken
  • Computer proficient
  • Attend and participate in safety meetings and inspections
  • Strong communication
  • Valid safety tickets for working in the field (H2S Alive, First Aid and CSO)
  • Clean Drivers License
  • Fit for duty
  • Ability to pull trailers if necessary

Compensation

  • Competitive salary
  • Health and dental benefits
  • Potential for career growth and development
  • Paid time off

Benefits

  • Dental care
  • Gym Membership
  • Extended health care
This is a safety sensitive position and the candidate must complete and clear a pre-employment drug test.

Job Features

Job CategoryShop Supervisor
PayFrom $90,000.00 per year
BenefitsCasual dress, Company events, Dental care, Disability insurance, Extended health care, Flexible schedule, Life insurance, Paid time off, Store discount
Flexible Language RequirementFrench not required
Schedule8 hour shift, Monday to Friday, Overtime, Weekends as needed
Supplemental pay typesBonus pay
Licence/Certification:Driver's License (required)
LocationFort St. John, BC (required)
Work LocationIn person

Full Job Description Trojan Safety is looking for a full time Shop…

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…

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 CategoryH2S Safety

Role and Responsibilities The primary role of a field H2S Safety Supervisor…

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 CategoryFirefighter

Roles and Responsibilities An Industrial Firefighter’s main role on any job site…

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…