Info Specific to Fluor at the LNG Canada Site
What You Need to Do
If you have not received a clearance from IBEW 993, do not proceed.
If you have not been clear of all substances being tested for, for the past 60 days, contact your dispatcher and remove yourself from this call immediately. You should be 100% sure that you will pass the pre-access test. If you’re not 100% sure, wait for the next call.
Travellers taking a pre-access test and not passing will result in you being denied from the LNG Canada site as well as all other jobs in IBEW 993’s jurisdiction.
Download and Review the LNGC Project Craft Onboarding Requirements document.
All of the onboarding steps will be in this document.
- Call to arrange for your pre-access drug and alcohol test immediately.
As stated in the onboarding document, you will need to call the phone number and give them the booking code to book an appointment at the testing facility closest to you.
- Send your onboarding documentation.
You will need to send a copy of your current driver’s license (or government issued photo ID), WHMIS 2015 or newer certificate, trade certification, direct deposit information, as well as the form on page 3 to the email address listed in the onboarding document.
If you’ve submitted all your documentation and received your clear pre-access test results, Fluor will contact you with your travel itinerary. If it’s getting close and you haven’t heard anything, you can email Fluor at the same email address you sent your information to: [email protected]
Please be advised that Effective Saturday May 15 2021 the Start times will be the below: Please see the attached Bus Schedules.
- Day Shift – 6:00AM – 4:30 PM
- Night Shift is 6:30pm – 5:00 am
You Must Bring to Site
- Steel toed high top work boots
- Long sleeve shirts
- Insect Repellent
- Proper work clothing (jeans or similar material)
- Hand cream
- Water jug (thermos)
- Indoor shoes for camp (not your work boots)
Do Not Bring to Site (Supplied by Fluor)
- Hard Hats
- Any safety glasses
Heavy lifting, bending, climbing, pulling, working at heights, lots of walking, installation & terminations of electrical equipment, varying weather conditions.
Jobsite smoking policy in effect.