I'd recommend anyone that has a class 3 or 1 drivers license to work here. Good work / home life. Not much trouble to get a bit of extra time off for special occasions. Safety is top priority with this company, or at least where I worked it did. Management was pretty good as well. Easy to talk to but very professional.
Back stabbing environment. Ineffective employees take credit for others work, to make themselves look good. Those same non-producing employees seem to get acknowledge from management for a job well done. Very male centered environment.
Loved working out there in bc it was fun got hotel rooms not camps so that was a bonus peridium everyday for after work company vehicles great work environment of u don't know if was never hard to ask what to do bosses were easy to work with and for
Its a racist culture there at Cleanharbors it’s difficult being a person of color. We hear a lot of black jokes in the treated differently with no room for advancement.
However there are a lot of good people there it’s just my own personal experience with racism they are terrible.
the strangest job I ever had. seems management does not fully get involved with the day to day operation unless something goes wrong. The product managers are in charge of how things get done but only give direction after the work has been done.
Working for them was good enjoy it very much but never home all ways away for 3 weeks and two weeks off it was up north and sometimes cold most of the time the food was good and the people you worked with were ok and they came from all over Alberta and B.C met lots of people that's for sure
Good pay. lots of hours ,If you want to work.Position involves some overnights ,which a bunk truck is provided,or a motel room company paid.There are also home daily runs and nights.Vac tanker,Rolloff trailer,work..Good Benefits..Management always available for any concerns..Of my 13yrs here I've had no real complaints. If you are not willing to work up to 14hrs a day some days ,this job is not for you ..If you like to make money and want a place to retire from ,come on aboard
Benefits., group rrsp plan..Good pay. management always available.
Some overnights, ..some long days, some older equipment
Great experience servcing boilers in the oilsands in Canada with great crews from the Red Deer Clean Harbors location.
Excellent training, certifications & on the job training with very informative, motivated and experienced crew members, project managers and supervisors. Excellent company to work for.
Man VIP Executive Lodge (Ancien employé) - Fort Mackay, AB - 24 novembre 2019
I enjoy working with my team as we are all professionals in our fields. The work place is very big on safety culture which is great, and we get great opportunity for hours. The pay is moderate but we work 21/7 rotations which gives us lots of overtime.
safety was number one, if it was unsafe you did not do it with no questions asked. My direct manager was a delight to work for and if it was not for the oil field crash at the time I would have stayed working there.
Benefits were top notch.
It was a potential opportunity that lead to nowhere. You are literally just a number and with 0 support. There is never a way for you to be able to contact management when you need them and your literally left on your own demise. P&V sector has no growth and you will always remain in the same position.
Clean Harbors did a company wide survey this year. The results showed what I already knew but validated it as a flaw throughout the company.
They do not invest in their employees. Raises are rarely given out and when they are, it's not enough to notice on your pay cheque. They ask for more from everyone without incentive. It is just expected.