Bulldog Energy Group follows best practices and exceeds safety standards by being COR certified, as well as through membership with ISN and Comply Works. We provide a comprehensive orientation program for our staff and operators, and continuous training in the field.
We have a comprehensive orientation process which ensures that employees are thoroughly orientated to our organization, are competent to fulfill their job responsibilities in a safe manner; and understand their rights, responsibilities and roles with respect to workplace safety.
Drug and Alcohol Program
All employees in safety sensitive positions must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening test; and we conduct reasonable cause testing. In addition, we test as per customer requirements, i.e. pre-access and post-incident.
Training In addition to the standard oilfield tickets (TDG, WHMIS, First Aid/CPR Level C, and H2S), we provide training in the following areas:
- Driver / operator evaluations: at time of hire, through peer training, and with field superintendents twice a year
- Completing field and shop level hazard assessments
- Understanding and adhering to transportation safety: hours of service; vehicle inspection / pre-trips; weights, dimensions and load securement; log books
- Using behaviour based safety cards to report hazardous situations, near misses and positive safety observations
- Completing job safety analyses
- Holding and documenting in-field and in-shop safety meetings
- Incident reporting and investigation; roles and responsibilities
- Personal protective equipment
We also provide the following customer specific training as required:
- Pipeline Construction Safety Training (PCST)
- Petroleum Safety Training (PST)
- Construction Safety Training Systems (CSTS)
- Confined Space
- Ground Disturbance
- Bonding Mat Training
- Fall Arrest
Our computer training facilities enable us to fulfill customer specific online orientation requirements quickly and efficiently.
Behaviour Based Safety (Be Alert, Reactive, Careful – BARC)
We train employees to be proactive to use our BARC system to become safety leaders and report safety observations. We use positive and negative safety observations to document and recognize trends, and take steps to make our work environment as safe and productive as possible.
Comprehensive Incident Management Process
Employees are required to report all incidents and near misses, and are subject to progressive discipline if this does not occur. We conduct thorough investigations, analyze what has occurred; and learn from each event to improve our HSE program, prevent reoccurrences, and eliminate unsafe conditions.
Modified Work Program
In the event that employees are not able to perform their regular duties; we offer modified work as appropriate, as well as a rigorous disability management program.
3rd Party Compliance / Qualifications
Bulldog COR 20140115-3435
Bulldog Vacuum Service Ltd – 8971
Bulldog Energy Equipment Rentals – 1231053
Spur Oilfield Service Ltd – 1006485
Hydrovac – Pending
Heavy Equipment - Pending
Bulldog Vacuum Service Ltd – 400-135792
Bulldog Energy Equipment Rentals – 400-195400
Spur Oilfield Service Ltd – 400-155288
Bulldog Hydrovac – 400-214634
Bulldog Heavy Equipment - pending
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