An EMR’s main objective is to ensure that injured workers are provided with immediate onsite medical care, and to advise and/or arrange timely transport to a medical facility as required.
Duties and Responsibilities
Read, understand and comply with HSE’s Medical Control Guidelines, safety policies and job procedures, as well as all applicable government laws and regulations.
Report to the areas station manager and take specific job directions from Operations for the station in which he/she is working.
Work within their applicable scope of practice determined by their licensing body and under the medical control of the HSE Medical Director, utilizing the HSE Medical Control Guidelines
Always act in a manner that ensures the patient’s dignity, safety, privacy and confidentiality.
Ensure that injured workers are provided with immediate and professional on-site medical care and to advise and/or arrange timely transport to additional medical care as needed.
Report to and take direction from the Station Manager for the district in which he/she is working.
Successful applicants will participate in a New Hire Orientation before entering the field. This includes a mentorship component with experienced staff members which is valuable for our providers to better adapt to the environments we operate in.
Be familiar with and work in accordance with health and safety legislation and company policies and procedures
Take reasonable care to use safety and personal protective equipment as required by health and safety legislation and company policies and procedures
Report to HSE Integrated supervision and management immediately after any incident or condition believed to be hazardous to worker’s health or safety.
Refuse work if danger is imminent or not controlled.
Current, (unrestricted) registration as an EMR with the applicable Provincial licensing body;
Standard field level tickets:
Standard First Aid
CSO (Common Safety Orientation)
Valid, unrestricted Class 5 Driver's Licence (Please note, a valid licence does not include a Learner's Permit or Graduated Licence)
Current and clean Driver's Abstract
Previous experience in the Industrial or Oil & Gas sector as a medic is considered an asset;
Physially capable of working in adverse weather environment and conditions;
Willingness to cross train for other positions/locations;
Pass a pre-employment drug & alcohol screen;
Perform other duties as directed by your Supervisor