Shell Norco Refinery
I'm interested in a job at the Shell Norco Refinery as an Emergency Response Technician. I was wondering if anyone has any knowledge of what the job entails and/or what its like to work there. Specifically, I'm wondering about what a normal day would involve, work schedule, and pay. Any info and assistance is greatly appreciated!
Do you have a work description
The Emergency Response Technician provides initial response to emergencies including Fire, Release, Medical, Rescue and Haz-Mat responses that may occur inside the site. Individuals in this position shall maintain an Emergency Medical Technician Basic Certification (National Registry).
Prior to entering training to meet the requirements of Chapters 5 through 8 of NFPA-1081, the candidate shall meet the entrance and educational requirements established by NFPA 600, Standard on Industrial Fire Brigades.
Prior to being accepted for industrial fire brigade membership, employees shall be examined and certified as medically and physically fit by a qualified physician. The medical and physical fitness requirements shall take into account the risks and the tasks associated with the individuals assigned industrial fire brigade response duties.
Other key activities include:
Provide fire extinguisher inspection and maintenance for the site fire extinguishers.
Provide respiratory service center duties for the site, including: managing the site respiratory protective equipment cabinets, inventory, and inspection.
Provide maintenance on respirators and SCBA's.
Responsible for ensuring the emergency response equipment is maintained and ready for response.
Exhibit a visible field presence, as demonstrated through doing the core work activities.
Perform hazard recognition, risk assessment, problem-solving and decision-making skills.
Exhibit winning attributes and behaviours.
Display professional verbal and written communication skills.
Maintain all required certifications and qualifications
Display working knowledge of industrial firefighting techniques and strategies.
Since hopefully they do not have a lot of fires , sounds like a lot of safety work, checking hurt people, and responding to leaks/spills
Bump! I am also interested