Being experienced with mining operations in the oilsands for almost 10 years, This video hit close to home. I have seen the devastation that an incident like this creates. It does not just affect the immediate crew that it happens on. This makes ripples through an entire site and across other sites when an incident occurs. Please watch the video and seriously, Look Twice to Live. I am appreciative that Kearl is using their resources to keep their employees and contractors aware in the workplace. There is no doubt that the Kearl Craft Safety Committee had a hand in this video, Kudos to them as well.
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