Position: Millwright / Pipefitter General Foreman
Reporting to the Trade/Craft Superintendent, the General Foreman is responsible for all trade specific construction and/or maintenance activities in his/her work area. The General Foreman will be accountable to the Trade/Craft Superintendent to ensure project targets for safety and productivity are met.
- Assessing Foreman’s readiness for their role at the onset of each shift.
- Constantly assessing the Foreman’s execution methodology
- Ensuring that all required Permits are in place prior to the start of the day’s work activities.
- Ensuring that all tools and equipment used in the execution of the Work have been inspected and are in good repair.
- Ensuring that pertinent JSA’s are reviewed at the morning THA meetings.
- Ensuring that the Foremen know the location of Assembly and Meeting points.
- Ensuring that the morning F.L.R.A.’s are filled out at the workface with a commitment to capturing and mitigating all potential hazards
- Meeting or exceeding the shift STOP Audit requirement.
- Monitoring and assessing of ALL Work activities at the Workface.
- Monitoring weather conditions for impact to Foremen’s Crews wellbeing.
- Monitoring wind direction to ensure Foremen know which Assembly and Meeting locations are safe .
- Participating in the Area morning Tool Box Talk.
- Participating in the weekly safety meeting.
- Ensure Foremen are aware of Crew members identified as “Green Hands”.
- Act on areas of concern from SIP’s.
- Address any material problems through the proper channels for his area.
- Address problems with manpower, safety, or customer through the Discipline Superintendent.
- Assign work to the Foremen in your area.
- Attend meetings as Required by Management.
- Planning Meeting, Participate in FWP development.
- Daily Field Level Reviews
- Morning Toolbox Talk.
- Safety Meetings.
- Be a role model to the Foremen and crews by demonstrating a commitment to excellence in all aspects of the Work.
- Be a “Safety Leader” correct all unsafe acts or conditions, explain to personnel that “Safety is Important to You” and you expect the same from them.
- Complete evaluations on the Foremen working under your direction.
- Coordinate Manpower movement between crews.
- Enable the Foreman to execute the Shift Work Plan by:
- Providing Resources to the Workface.
- Providing inter-discipline coordination at the Workface.
- Providing coordination with Sub-contractors at the Workface.
- Providing resolution to remove interferences / hindrances at the Workface.
- Ensure all Manpower resources under your command are aware of incident reporting procedure and where aid can be obtained.
- Ensure crews are supplied with personal locks for lockout if required.
- Ensure that the installation of the work meets all Quality standards
- per latest revision of the IFC drawings.
- per latest edition of all applicable codes.
- per latest revision of the specifications / details.
- Ensure/Assist the Foreman with QA/QC requirements.
- Weld Mapping.
- Ensure Foremen provide a head count from his area by the preset time each morning.
- Ensure Extra Work, or incomplete scope in your area is captured (Managagement of Change, RFI).
- Ensure Foremen under your direction complete their safety obligations.
- Ensure Foremen under your direction complete their time sheets in a timely fashion, review for accuracy.
- Ensure that Foremen under your direction complete incident investigation in a timely manner (help them as required).
- Ensure Resources are supplied to Foremen and crews under your direction. (Materials, Tools, Equipment, Information, Manpower etc.).
- Inform Foremen of phone numbers to be used in case of absenteeism.
- Morning Stretches with Crews.
- Provide trade specific training / mentoring to the Foremen and members of the crews.
- Review job plans and “buy-in”.
- Review Toolbox Forms/F.L.R.A.’s/JSA’s/Hazard ID’s for Quality. Turn them in to the HSE Coordinator for Month Ends.
- To support the Construction Execution Plan by providing Front Line Supervision for the Foremen
- Work Site Inspections Monitoring Safety and Quality of work.
- Must successfully complete pre-access drug and alcohol testing
- Must possess CSTS '09 and OSSA Regional Orientation OR OSSA Basic Safety Orientation
- Must possess a valid form of government issued photo identification
- Must have demonstrated ability to work under minimal supervision
- Must complete Suncor specific online training assigned at identified at time of hire.
- Must complete all other pre-requirement training as identifed at time of hire.
- Camp based position with full accommodations provided
- 7/7 shift rotation working 12 hours per day
- Charter flights provided from Edmonton and Calgary (No Additional Travel Allowance is Provided)
- Work will be primarily outdoors in various weather conditions
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