Containment crew members are responsible for the setup and tear down of containment rings in a safe and efficient manner. They will work under the direction of the Containment Supervisor assisted by the Crew Lead. This is an on-call position that will require working in extreme weather conditions, travel, and overnight or longer stays away from home.
• Familiarize and understand every safety practice expected by Fraction.
• Has a thorough understanding of Fraction’s Policies and Procedures.
• Take no shortcuts that increase the risks of incidents, personal injuries or equipment failures. • Learn to look for unsafe practices in the workplace and take and notify others of potential risks or hazards.
• Fully understand refusal of unsafe work policies.
• Meet Fraction’s Fit for Duty requirements i.e. All PPE and supplies, all safety and orientation tickets on hand and well rested, prepared for minimum overnight stay.
Understanding Roles and Responsibilities
• Be willing and prepared to come to work when called upon, unless previously booked time off.
• Show up on time to depart for each day’s work as requested by coordinator, crew lead and/or supervisor.
• Takes responsibility for clarifying his or her job responsibilities, including the need to understand performance standards and other expectations.
• Communicates with his or her supervisor regularly to ensure that there is no misunderstanding about how performance will be measured and how expectations relate to particular job levels.
• Learn basic facets of set up and tear down of c-ring tank.
• Listen to direction from Crew Lead and Supervisor.
• Learn how to rig equipment in and out of location; this involves appraising the terrain, location of equipment and any hazardous conditions.
• Learn proper lifting procedures, spotting of mobile equipment and tag line use.
• Developing skills for equipment identification.
• Housekeeping, inventory and communication.
• Learn to conduct equipment and tank inspections, looking for any wear and fatigue whether minor or major in nature;
• Report/document all defects and follows up on any required maintenance;
• Completely and accurately fills out all required documentation – this includes pre/post trip, fuel logs, job book, time sheet and Field ticket.
Certification & Licenses
• High School Diploma
• Class 5 Driver’s License
• Standard First Aid
• TDG, WHMIS, Bear Awareness, eGSO, are preferred
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