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I worked on a Contract basis for this company for many years, and was always the last to get laid off at any jobsite when the Contract was over, but the work is just not there right now, so I need to find something else.
A very fast passed. The work expected was somewhat unrealistic for the lack of fitting capabilities at the time. Being a pressure welder we where held to a very strict code. The fitting department was unable to meet our needs 60% of the time. They where just slamming it together without due care and attention to detail. We where expected to reach a certain amount of inches at the end day. They made it very difficult
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Everything flows smoothly and efficiently. I learned to fit pipe extremely well due to the sheer volume. Management was very professional. I miss it..
Long Hours/ Overtime
Work ourselves out of a job sometimes
work more hours and more days than other contractors on site, paid a bit higher than average though. Lay off crazy, often called back based on merit but mostly based on who you are friends with. Decent advancement opportunity. Fairly poorly managed, promotions were done based on who was friends with who and not who would be the best foreman ect. All in all fairly typical.
bad hours, cliquey
Always paid on time. Good tool box talk in the morning to make sure that everyone was on the same page. It was at cnrl horizon. Good company to work for.
Throughout my whole first year as a welder apprentice, the crew of guys I worked with really made a huge difference. We worked long hours through the winter and getting up early and coming to work everyday wasn't a hassle at all. We all got along so well and did the job right. None of our crew got laid off until the very end of the job. We were known around site as the most efficient crew on site.
It was quite an exeprience,one that i really liked, get up every morning get into work, the day at work usally started with a tailgate meetingwhere issues relating to the previous days incidents or concerns are addressed( safety is a big concern and compliance with safety regulation must at all times be adhere to.Each morning after the foreman give my work crew our days assignment we set our plan in motion, firstly by filling out a FLHA (form) which identifies hazards on the work site and find creative ways to eliminate them and then set to work.Apart from learning some work skills, i learn that working as a group is a very effective way of working, all looking out for the safety and well being of each other and the pride in acomplishing our assignment.The head of the management team would be out and take the time and talk to workers, which i find very refreshing, I really enjoy my work knowing that i help to build and never mised a day, physically fitter, and one of the most important trade off is the bank account.I really like my lifestyle while doing the 14/7 days shift, one week to travel.The hardest part of the job for me is a slow day.
you can save money, because less distraction
few camp food not good