Enform Saskatchewan relocates office to Weyburn
July 23, 2014
WEYBURN, Saskatchewan – Enform, the safety association for Canada’s upstream oil and gas industry, is pleased to announce the relocation of its Saskatchewan office from Regina to Weyburn. Increased activity in the province has spurred the safety association to relocate its office to provide clients better access to programs and services to improve health and safety for upstream oil and gas workers.
Cameron MacGillivray, President and CEO of Enform, stated, "This relocation recognizes Enform’s commitment to support a strong safety focus by companies operating in Saskatchewan’s growing oil and gas industry."
As part of the company’s mandate to improve and promote health and safety practices in the industry, Enform Saskatchewan’s Weyburn office provides the following services:
"Enform is constantly looking for new ways to serve our clients. Our Weyburn location puts us in the heart of the oil patch, providing us with better field-level exposure to gain knowledge that is transferable throughout the province," says Bob Ross, Manager, Enform Saskatchewan. "We will be more attuned to clients’ health and safety needs and more conversant with industry issues in ways that will enhance our services across the country."
Enform is supported by six major oil and gas industry associations and operates as the hub of safety for the upstream oil and gas industry. Enform Saskatchewan serves a variety of industry-related sectors throughout the province, including drilling and service companies, trucking companies, and oil and gas producers.
Enform’s new office, located in suite 208, 117-3 Street N.E. in Weyburn, is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Enform supports and promotes the highest safety standards in Canada’s upstream oil and gas industry through innovative training, certifications, services and resources. We work with our clients and partners to ensure that everyone goes home safely, every day
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