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Rick Molson


  • Demonstrate exceptional safety consciousness including the ability to complete JSA’s, risk assessments, worker observations, hazard ID’s, perform hazard identification, and incident investigations resulting in enhanced overall safety for personnel and compliance with all company and industry regulations
  • Strong history of professionally coordinating and facilitating various forms of safety meetings, site orientations, training sessions, emergency response plan exercises etc. through the use of exceptional public speaking and presentation related competencies
  • Consistently utilize well-developed communication, active listening, and consultation skills when consulting with a wide range of on-site personnel, contractors, company representatives, and other stakeholders in order to promote and maintain a professional public company image and positive work setting at all times  Keen attention to detail skills and able to use these abilities to assess and evaluate work procedures and environments in order to quickly identify and pro-actively respond to work site hazards
  • Possess an exceptional history of effectively collaborating within multi-faceted teams by remaining task-oriented to meet or exceed objectives related to all contracted deadlines, OH&S standards and other conditions specific to individual projects
  • Possess strong computer literacy when working with Windows based software programs including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint used to complete accurate and detailed reports and presentations combined with the ability to learn company specific programming and software as required


N.C.S.O. Certification | Alberta Construction Safety Association – Edmonton, Alberta 2013

  • Incident Command System (ICS 100)
  • CHEMSCAPE (WHMIS to GHS Transition)
  • Incident Investigation (DNV) Including SCAT Training
  • Construction Safety Training Systems (CSTS)
  • Safety and Loss Control
  • Management Loss Control
  • Safety Essentials for Supervisors and Managers
  • Safety Program Management


  • Standard First Aid & CPR – Expires 2017
  • Confined Space Entry & Monitor – Expires 2017
  • T DG – Expires 2017
  • Industrial Commercial Fall Protection – Expires 2016
  • Ground Disturbance Level II – Expires 2016
  • H2S Alive – Expires 2015
  • Hazard Awareness – Valid
  • Safety Coordinator – Valid
  • Turnaround Coordinator – Valid
  • Back Prevention – Valid
  • Automatic External Defibrillators – Valid
  • Gas Testing – Valid
  • Detection & Control of Flammable Substances – Valid
  • Driver Improvement Program – Valid
  • H2S Awareness and Toxic Atmospheres – Valid
  • Respiratory Protection – Valid
  • Air Purifying Respirator – Valid
  • Environmental Due Diligence – Valid
  • Process Safety – Valid

Q&A by Rick Molson

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