Jeff started his construction experience as an ironworker, working on projects in the construction field on potash and energy sites that vary from Mosaic, PCS, Cenoves and Encana. He has extensive experience in different types of construction, both commercial and industrial. Jeff has been a Safety Specialist for approximately 3 years now, starting his career on projects for Imperial Oil Ltd with Safety Tech and now currently with TGH Safety Consulting. He has extensive experience with developing and coaching workers in the development of the JSA and FLHA, implementing Behaviour Based Safety Tools, Programs and Risk Management, building and taking place in the development of Emergency Response Plans and Procedures. Jeff has excellent communication and leadership skills, works very well in the field, coaching workers in identifying and mitigating hazards.
Basic Training Techniques
Leadership for Safety Excellence
Safety Auditor Training
Canadian Safety Training Systems (CSTS)
Atmospheric Gas Monitoring
WHMIS Train The Trainer
At Terminal 92 in Edmonton, The contractor performing excavations in preparation to install a floating pad for the ethanol offload, installation of pipeline spools on existing pipeline, electrical overhaul working in confined spaces, terminating into existing units.
Tank Maintenance and Inspections
Several Tank Maintenance and Inspection Projects putting tanks back into commission working in confined space as workers performing welding modifications inside of different sized tanks and on the pipeline, replacing Internal Floating Roofs and Double Wiper Seals. X-Ray welds and Non Destructive Testing.
Barge Dock Reinforcement Project
Hydro vac operation to expose existing reinforcement to barge dock offload station, workers reinforcing the dock working in a confined space as they are applying the 1 ¼ inch steel cable and shackles.
Barge Manifold Relocation Project
Contractor welding and fabricating piping spools and flanges to relocate the manifold after removing approximately 1000 feet of 4 inch pipeline after purging. Double block and bleed and lockouts performed prior to tasks starting.
Electrical Upgrade Projects
Working on several electrical upgrades on different gas plants and terminals. Using a crane to lift pre engineered Mechanical Control Centers into position, installing different gauges of wiring and mounting cable tray, terminating and commissioning.
Working in pipeline alley and neighboring refineries on Imperial Oils pipeline dig. Supervising crews up to 30 men, tasks performed on site were hydro-vac to expose pipelines to expose the defects and repair. Some had to be cut out, some were welding sleeves on live lines.
Spill Containment Project
Working in the rail yard of Strathcona Refinery, (HFO Bunker Rack)- Supervising a crew of approximately 25 men, welding and installing structural steel on an existing rack for pipefitters to come to site, rig and install their spools for an upgrade using a 10 ton crane. Electrical contractors had installed their cable and instruments prior to the mechanical and after a three-day shutdown to tie in the lines the Electrical contractor commissioned their electrical.
English - Native Speaker
2009 / CSO Certified / Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association