Enbridge: Field Work Opportunity
Please look at the message below concerning the field work.
Again, this year we will completing some work that involves ground water sampling on our liquids pipeline infrastructure – I am curious to know if those withing your nations would be interested in being involved. We have 4 different locations in the east. Below are the locations with related lat/long and the required number of days on site. Candidates will be working with our environmental consultant – candidates will be paid for their time as well as any required travel, accommodations and melas. We are also prepared to pay for any related training should a candidate not currently possess. Each location will require 2 candidates – please see below location, job requirements and work description.
In advance, thank you for your time and consideration – the possibility of having a few community member join us on this journey will be (I believe) very educational. The opportunity to share stories and knowledge will be an exciting experience.
Please note that the site visits located in Quebec will initiate on June 12, and Ontario on August 8th – with a follow-up visit to Terrebonne Station to occur later in summer,
Any questions, concerns, or you would like more info, please let me know at Melanie.Green@enbridge.com
Brief Job Description.
The ideal candidate would have the following attributes:
- An interest in the environmental industry with a potential to go into post secondary training or a career in the environmental industry.
- Eager to learn and work in a team atmosphere.
- Enjoys working outdoors.
The training opportunity for the Indigenous communities will consist of, but is not limited to, the following:
Health, safety, security, and environment (HSSE) training prior to joining the team in the field.
- Enbridge 2022 Contractor Orientation;
- Standard first aid and CPR C;
- H2S Alive (or equivalent); and
- Construction Safety Training System (CSTS) and/or Petroleum Safety Training (PST).
On-site HSSE requirements.
- Facility-specific orientation;
- Daily safety paperwork (tailgate meeting, JSEA, Enbridge safe work permit, etc.);
- Personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements and proper usage; and
- Safety check-ins.
- Calibration and use of field equipment (Oakton, interface tape);
- Purging and purge water management;
- Groundwater sample collection (correct bottle and preservative requirement, duplicate requirements, proper labelling, sample management, and chain-of-custody completion);
- Collection of field notes (measurements, daily work log, photographs); and
- Cross-contamination prevention.
Ground Disturbance Supervision (Terrebonne Station Only)
- Line locator coordination;
- Hydrovaccum coordination; and
- Ground disturbance package review.