Suncor preaches a safety culture and employs the typical safety gimmicks but if you are a Suncor employee you have the best treatment and seemingly total carte blanche. If you are a contractor you are under the watchful eye of many cameras and employees including other contractors.
Contractors seem to work the harder and more dangerous jobs and than are shipped to the offsite camp where sandwich police ensure you feel unwelcome the food is not the healthiest, the showers are reminiscent of grocery store produce sprinklers, the beds are tiny and most of the mattresses are built like an old crib mattress (thin and full of springs), the blankets are duvets (thin and uncomfortable) , be sure you bring hand soap as they do not supply it even though they tell everyone to wash their hands often, the gym is overpacked, but you can get your exercise if you have to walk almost a KM to your dorm... hopefully you manage to get enough rest to function in a mine full of 400 ton machines.
steady work, safety atmosphere, good people for the most part
contractors are 2nd class citizens and camp is reminiscent of a prison