Alberta WCB Training-on-the Job Program
The WCB Training-on-the Job (TOJ) program is working for many Alberta employers, and you can learn how in our webinar. The TOJ program helps people who are no longer able to go back to their regular job and employer. WCB connects employers with these capable workers through a unique recruitment opportunity.
Employers who participate in the TOJ program receive:
- Protection from the cost of injury—and any new injury, during the program
- Subsidy for training wages
- Help with prescreening and training plans
Energy Safety Canada Saskatchewan Advisory Committee | Annual General Meeting
This virtual meeting is open to those in Energy Safety Canada Saskatchewan’s four funding Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) rate codes:
- D32 - Operation of Oilwells
- D41 - Oilwell Servicing
- D51 - Service Rigs and Water Well Drilling
- D52 - Drilling
If you would like to attend, please email Cheryl.Tollefson@EnergySafetyCanada.com for the zoom meeting link to connect.
Webinar | Breaking the Stigma One Save at a Time
Later, after being diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Corey says putting a name to the illness was a relief, “It was like a huge piano fell off my back. That there was a name for it and that it was treatable… Mental illness does not mean you are doomed to a life of failure.”
Now as a mental health advocate, Corey shares his own story to help others who might be struggling. Corey is the National Youth Ambassador for the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and has also helped create the CAMH program, Gamechangers, to help youth understand the importance of mental health.
Webinar | Dangerous Tree Resource Re-launch
Are you managing the hazards of dangerous tree falling with your workers and sub-contractors on project leases and around your infrastructure?
The activity of falling trees is a common activity in many aspects of the energy sector, from seismic to lease and camp preparation, creating or maintaining roadways, and even in pipeline construction. Dangerous trees are hazardous due to the locations, damage to the tree, deterioration of the tree, or the conditions required to remove it. There are a number of incidents that have occurred due to not identifying or handling these trees properly.Join our webinar where our industry expert will review what dangerous trees are, and the process the industry recommends to identify and manage these hazards.
Webinar | Canada’s ELD Implementation Update
- Details of Canadian regulations
- How to prepare (Staged Enforcement)
- Differences from regulations in the United States
- Regulation timelines in Canada
- Third-party certification process
- Alberta Provincial Carriers (Provincial Hours of Service Regulation)
As a Transportation Regulatory & Safety Professional, Andrew Barnes comes with 28+ years in the Commercial Transportation industry experience and 20 years in management. With extensive experience working in the oil and gas industry, and the Alberta Justice and Solicitor General Commercial Vehicle Enforcement (CVE) Branch, Andrew has led a number of initiatives throughout North America, and Internationally, which are driven to integrate health, safety and environmental standards, while improving operational efficiencies compliant to regulation. Currently he is with the AMTA and is the director of Compliance and Regulatory Affairs, the Partners in Compliance Program and research and invocation.