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Concrete, Health & Safety
Posted 1 year ago
AC&BROS concrete ltd. is looking for a CSO at the Gilmore Place Job corner of Lougheed HWY & Gilmore AVE, Burnaby, BC. We are a Concrete Forming Company currently building 69 levels for CapWest and Onni. We Work long hours, Monday to Saturday. Must have some experience on a Construction site. Must be able to speak and write in Spanish. We are offering $26 ‐ $30, depending on your professional experience.

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Job CategoryFull-Time

AC&BROS concrete ltd. is looking for a CSO at the […]

Carpenter, Concrete, Labour
Posted 4 years ago
Duties
  • Assist the Concrete Forming Carpenters
  • Lift, carry and move building material, equipment and  supplies, etc.
  • Conduct groundwork including shovelling snow, raking, pumper water, and prepping ground for concrete
  • Act as a spotter for heavy equipment for the Carpenter.
  • Assist carpenters with forming and stripping concrete forms.  Perform tasks on the labour crew to support general construction.
  • May perform other duties as assigned
  • Assist in building forms and stripping forms (Engineered Wood Prefabbed Forms, Peri, Doka, Skyway, TAblA, Aluminum scaffold )
  • Operating hand tools and power actuated tools
  • Assist in installing heating/hoarding, temporary fencing, guardrails, handrails and barriers as required
  • Participating in daily tool-box talks
  • Participating in weekly safety meetings
  • reporting supervision of unsafe conditions or acts that may be a hazard or a danger is everyone's responsibility
  • Read, interpret and act on instructions from supervision
  • Preparing layout including selecting materials, planning sequences and methods of work.
  • Assist in installing shoring
  • Housekeeping
  • Ensuring tools and equipment are returned to job boxes and tool cribs.
Requirements
  •  Must have PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and basic Hand tools
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Ability to do physical labor and other strenuous physical tasks
  • Ability to work in all weather
  • Workers must be punctual and reliable
  • Must be willing to learn and consistently grow as an individual
  • Must have certified Personal Protection Equipment  (PPE) (eg. Certified CSA Hard Hat, Protective Clothing, High-visible reflective vest, gloves, eye protection, safety Harnesses, Safety Boots (Certified CSA steal toed Boots).  
  • Must have intermediate to skilled level experience working in a commercial construction setting.
  • Successful completion of pre-employment drug and alcohol testing
  • Able to commute to any of our site locations throughout the Metro Vancouver area, Fraser Valley, Tri-cities and Greater Vancouver, Richmond, Maple Ridge, Mission Chilliwack, Burnaby, North Vancouver, Port Moody, Coquitlam, White-Rock, Surrey, and Squamish, etc.
  • Level I First Aid is an asset
  • Boom/Scissor Lift and Fall Protection training is an asset
  • Must possess a valid form of government issued photo identification
***(If you are currently going though a hardship and you need assistance (eg: You don't own and can't afford a Certified CSA Hard Hat) please contact the head office, to see how we can help you make it easier to join our team. *** Work Conditions
  • Typical 5 days a week. 6 days when required
  • Overtime may be required to meet construction deadlines
  • Must be open to night shifts when required
  • Work will be primarily outdoors in various weather conditions
  • Benefits provided by Pacific Blue Cross – extended health plan (prescription drugs, dental, and other coverages)

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Job CategoryFull-Time, Part-Time

Duties Assist the Concrete Forming Carpenters Lift, carry and move […]

Carpenter, Concrete, Labour
Vancouver
Posted 4 years ago
You are an experienced Labourer who takes pride in safe work practices.  You have previous experience working within a commercial construction environment and aren't afraid of an honest days work. Duties
  • Conduct groundwork including shovelling snow, raking, pumper water, and prepping ground for concrete
  • Act as a spotter for heavy equipment
  •  Lift, carry and move building material, equipment and  supplies, etc.
  • Assist carpenters with forming and stripping concrete forms.  Perform tasks on the labour crew to support general construction.
  • May perform other duties as assigned
  •  Assist the Carpenters and Carpenter Helpers
  • Assist in building forms and stripping forms (Engineered Wood Prefabbed Forms, Peri, Doka, Skyway, TAblA, Aluminum scaffold )
  • Operating hand tools and power actuated tools
  • Assist in installing heating/hoarding, temporary fencing, guardrails, handrails and barriers as required
  • Participating in daily tool-box talks
  • Participating in weekly safety meetings
  • reporting supervision of unsafe conditions or acts that may be a hazard or a danger is everyone's responsibility
  • Read, interpret and act on instructions from supervision
  • Preparing layout including selecting materials, planning sequences and methods of work.
  • Assist in installing shoring
  • Housekeeping
  • Ensuring tools and equipment are returned to job boxes and tool cribs.
Requirements
  • Must have PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and Hand tools
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Ability to do physical labor and other strenuous physical tasks
  • Ability to work in all weather
  • Workers must be punctual and reliable
  • Must be willing to learn and consistently grow as an individual
  • Successful completion of pre-employment drug and alcohol testing
  • Able to commute to any of our site locations throughout the Metro Vancouver area, Fraser Valley, Tri-cities and Greater Vancouver, Richmond, Maple Ridge, Mission Chilliwack, Burnaby, North Vancouver, Port Moody, Coquitlam, White-Rock, Surrey, and Squamish, etc.
  • Level I First Aid is not required, but is an asset
  • Boom/Scissor Lift and Fall Protection training is not required, but is an asset
  • Must possess a valid form of government issued photo identification
***(If you are currently going though a hardship and you need assistance (eg: You don't own and can't afford a Certified CSA Hard Hat) please contact the head office, to see how we can help you make it easier to join our team. *** Work Conditions
  • Typical 5 days a week. 6 days when required
  • Overtime may be required to meet construction deadlines
  • Must be open to night shifts when required
  • Work will be primarily outdoors in various weather conditions
  • Benefits provided by Pacific Blue Cross – extended health plan (prescription drugs, dental, and other coverages)

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Job CategoryFull-Time, Part-Time

You are an experienced Labourer who takes pride in safe work practices. You have previous experience working within a commercial construction environment and aren’t afraid of an honest days work.

Administrative, Health & Safety
Vancouver
Posted 4 years ago
We are seeking an experienced Project/Safety Coordinator with over 5 years’ experience in the commercial construction industry.  As the Project/Safety Coordinator, you are responsible for field leadership, assisting the Concrete Forming Site-Superintend and delivery of the Health, Safety and Environmental programs at the project level. You are an accredited safety professional with experience in the commercial construction industry, including high-rise tower, commercial and institutional projects. You will be responsible to assist project teams in the day-to-day operations by influencing, developing and implementing project safety plans to help achieve the corporate goal of zero incidents. Duties
  • Works under the day to day direction of the project and site-superintendent to verify the project is properly and effectively implementing AC & Bros Health, Safety and Environmental Protection (HS&E) standards
  • Conducting and documenting inspections to verify compliance with corporate policies and health and safety regulations hazards
  • Identifies corrective action to be taken when unsafe acts are identified during an inspection process; assists in resolving any issues of non-compliance; and provides education to supervisors, sub-contractors, and project site personnel in matters of health and safety
  • Participates and supports project staff and contractors in conducting effective incident investigations that identify underlying causes and effective corrective measures
  • Ensures all required HS&E documentation (subcontractor documentation, health and safety inspections, audits, daily hazard assessments, toolbox talks and safe work procedures and meeting minutes) are effectively organized and copies are shared with the appropriate groups
  • Reviews incident reports, monthly statistics, inspection reports and can identify undesirable trends and provide appropriate recommendations
  • Works with the project team on the development/implementation of project specific safety plans, job hazard assessments and safe work procedures
  • Acts as a coach and mentor for project staff and contractors by assisting in resolving any issues of non-compliance; and provides education to supervisors, contractors, and project site personnel in matters of health and safety and to promote AC & Bros safety culture
  • Acts as a resource to project staff in AC &Bros health, safety and environmental protection processes and procedures
  • Maintains a working knowledge of, and provides consultative advice to project site personnel on, the interpretation of local and provincial regulations as they relate to both public and work-site safety
  • Assists and supports the implementation of the health and safety policies and procedures in accordance with AC &Bros and regulatory requirements
  • Establishes and maintains collaborative relationships with management, project team members, contractors, public and regulatory officers
  • Performs other related duties as assigned by the project superintendent
  •  Administration work making sure the hours and timesheets are correct and assisting employees and subcontractors with the payroll department and accounts payable department.
Requirements
  • Must have a minimum of 5 years relevant health and safety experience
  • Possession of BC Construction Safety Officer (CSO) or National Construction Safety Officer designation (NCSO)
  • Possession or pursuit of Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) or other professional HS&E designation is desired, but not required
  • Other combinations of education and experience may be considered
  • Strong computer skills, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Thorough knowledge of local government health and safety acts, policies, regulations, codes and practices
  • Working level of understanding of basic HS&E functions; such as, Occupational Hygiene, Ergonomics, Confined Space and Incident investigations
  • Strong knowledge of commercial construction practices, techniques and equipment
  • Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to HS&E issues, make timely decisions under pressure within the bounds of AC & Bros HS&E program and in a respectful manner
  • Have a competent level of communication and presentation skills.Able to collaborate and function effectively within a team environment
  • Ability to support operations staff and project safety coordinators to set, articulate, achieve challenging goals and pursues these matters with drive and urgency
  • Have practical leadership skills to build relationships and motivate and operational and HS&E teams
  • Able to commute to any of our site locations throughout the Metro Vancouver area, Fraser Valley, Tri-cities and Greater Vancouver, Richmond, Maple Ridge, Mission Chilliwack, Burnaby, North Vancouver, Port Moody, Coquitlam, White-Rock, Surrey, and Squamish, etc.
Work Conditions
  • Ability to physically traverse uneven ground and heights, climb ladders/stairs, and stand for extended periods of time

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Job CategoryFull-Time, Part-Time
Pay Scale$30 - $45 per hour

You are an accredited safety professional with experience in the commercial construction industry, including high-rise tower, commercial and institutional projects. You will be responsible to assist p...

Carpenter, Concrete, Foreman
Vancouver
Posted 4 years ago
There is an exciting opportunity for a talented professional to join AC&Bros construction team as a Concrete Formwork Site-Superintendent.  The ideal candidate has an excellent knowledge of concrete forming, formwork, construction safety, forming systems, blueprints, construction documents, managing schedules, teamwork, leadership and possesses a high level written and oral communication. Duties
  • Supervise concrete layout responsibilities
  • Schedule concrete pours & order concrete pumps and crews accordingly
  • Coordinate with General superintendent
  • Coordinate with other trade on site throughout the building process
  • Coordinate adequate man power
  • Schedule inspections with appropriate engineers for falsework Prior to Pour
  • Perform accurate quantity take off's for building material, falsework, concrete etc.
  • Prepare as built drawings
  • Coordination with General Contractor
  • Manage site Structural & Architectural changes ie: SI's, CO's, SSI's, ASI's, prepare RFI's
  • Direct and coordinate with onsite foreman
  • Detailing drawings / sketches for surveyors and or carpenters
  • Read and interpret plans, instructions, blueprints, structural drawings, rough sketches, and specifications to determine work activities
  • Plan, assign, schedule and supervise the work of concrete crews, laborers, truck drivers and equipment operators engaged in the construction
  • Manage a crew of workers
  • Organize labor and material on a daily basis
  • Completion of administrative paperwork relating to the site
  • Maintain a resource schedule
  • Prepare computerized schedule and update schedule reporting
  • Track and report daily job productions
  • Control daily costs and waste
  • Effectively communicate project expectations to team members on an ongoing basis
  • Manage and prevent occupational hazards and ensure site meets all safety standards
Requirements
  • Minimum 5 + years of concrete forming experience
  • Proficient in Microsoft applications, Excel, Word, Office Project
  • Ability to prepare and edit schedules
  • Strong technical building knowledge and ability to recognize proper forming techniques to support
  • required dimensions of concrete structures
  • Must have knowledge of practices, methods, equipment, materials and tools used in concrete construction and maintenance
  • Excellent knowledge of Building Code
  • Proven performance in leadership and managing both people and construction sites
  • Demonstrated effective communication and team building skills
  • Be results focused with a proven track record of accomplishments in the construction industry
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze, problem solve, make recommendations for change, implement and evaluate and provide a strong process perspective
  • Demonstrated ability to problem solve, juggle numerous and diverse activities, organizing and prioritizing appropriately to meet demands and expectations
  • Be a motivated self-starter who thrives in a fast pace team environment and have a desire to grow with the Company
  • Level 1 or 2 First Aid ticket
  • Able to commute to any of our site locations throughout the Metro Vancouver area, Fraser Valley, Tri-cities and Greater Vancouver, Richmond, Maple Ridge, Mission Chilliwack, Burnaby, North Vancouver, Port Moody, Coquitlam, White-Rock, Surrey, and Squamish, etc.

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Job CategoryFull-Time
Pay Scale$30 - $45 per hour

The ideal candidate has an excellent knowledge of concrete, formwork and possesses a high level written and oral communication.

Carpenter, Concrete, Labour
Vancouver
Posted 4 years ago
You will be responsible for assembling manufactured forms, made from steel, wood or heavy plastic, building the molds that retain wet concrete in the construction of foundations and other concrete structures. In the case of high-rises, curbs, plater walls and tall structures, form-workers must build new forms on top of previously poured concrete - slip-forming: repetitive process of forming, pouring, forming and pouring. Duties
  • Building forms and stripping forms (Engineered Wood Prefabbed Forms, Peri, Doka, Skyway, TAblA, Aluminum scaffold )
  • Operating hand tools and power actuated tools
  • Installing heating/hoarding, temporary fencing, guardrails, handrails and barriers as required
  • Participating in daily tool-box talks
  • Participating in weekly safety meetings
  • Advising supervision of unsafe conditions or acts that may be a hazard or a danger
  • Read, interpret and act on instructions from supervision
  • Preparing layout including selecting materials, planning sequences and methods of work.
  • Installing shoring
  • Housekeeping
  • Ensuring tools and equipment are returned to job boxes and tool cribs.
  • Reporting all incidents/accidents
Requirements
  • Must have PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and Hand tools
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Ability to do physical labor and other strenuous physical tasks
  • Ability to work in all weather
  • Workers must be punctual and reliable
  • Must be willing to learn and consistently grow as an individual
  • Able to commute to any of our site locations throughout the Metro Vancouver area, Fraser Valley, Tri-cities and Greater Vancouver, Richmond, Maple Ridge, Mission Chilliwack, Burnaby, North Vancouver, Port Moody, Coquitlam, White-Rock, Surrey, and Squamish, etc.
Work Conditions
  • Typical 5 days a week. 6 days when required
  • Overtime may be required to meet construction deadlines
  • Must be open to night shifts when required
  • Work will be primarily outdoors in various weather conditions
  • Benefits provided by Pacific Blue Cross – extended health plan (prescription drugs, dental, and other coverages)
 

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Job CategoryFull-Time, Part-Time
Pay Scale$25 - $30 per hour

You will be responsible for assembling manufactured forms, made from steel, wood or heavy plastic, building the molds that retain wet concrete in the construction of foundations and other concrete str...