Good Afternoon Local 92, this is your 4:30 pm call out for Friday May 22nd, jobs to be bid on for Monday May 25th from 8:00 am until 10:00 am.



**Attention Local 92 Members, there will be a monthly membership meeting being held this Saturday May 23rd at 9:00 am at the Edmonton Union Hall (10319- 106 Ave)**




FORT MCKAY STRATEGIC SERVICES – SUNCOR (FT MCMURRAY,AB) (JOB#40213) – Is requesting 2G/L (Members from Roadbuilders/ General workers board may bid) to report ASAP at 8:00 am for orientation to perform general labour duties including general cleaning of maintenance pad & support equipment, cleaning car body, ring gear, revolving frame, shovel boom, cleaning shovel housing. Must be physically fit and have OSSA Orientation, valid Drivers License (with clean abstract) OSSA Fall Protection, Wildlife Awareness ticket, OSSA Confined Space Monitor & Entry and a valid Skid Steer ticket. Duration is 2 weeks+, working 5 on 4 off, 4 on 5 off schedule rotating on day and night shift and Locals are preferred as there is NO Camp or NO LOA available. ** Successful bidders must be able to complete and pass a maskfit, Audio test, nurse assessment and physical demands analysis**


TRANSFIELD- CNRL- TURNAROUND (FT MCMURRAY, AB) (JOB# 40225 & 40226)- is requesting 1G/L for DAYS & 1G/L for NIGHTS to report May 31st at 7:00 am for orientation to perform general labour duties including operating power tools, climbing scaffold & working at heights, heavy lifting & pulling, and being exposed to extreme hot and cold working conditions. Must have OSSA Orientation, CSTS and OSSA Fall Protection (cannot expire in the month of June as there is no training available). Duration is 1 week+ working base shift of 5x8’s and 12hrs/day during execution and camp is available. Alberta residents preferred as Flights are available from Edmonton & Calgary ONLY.


MELLOY- NEXEN ENERGY- ULC (FT MCMURRAY)- is requesting the following:


31G/L for DAYS to report June 3rd (Job# 40214)


29G/L for NIGHTS to report June 3rd (Job# 40215)


All to report on June 3rd at 7:00 am for orientation to perform general labour duties including climbing & working at heights and high vessel work with ladder access only. Must have OSSA Orientation, OSSA Confined Space Monitor & Entry, OSSA Firewatch and be clean shaven. Duration is 2 weeks+ working 12x2 (10hrs+) and camp is available. **Nexen online orientation course is to be completed prior to arriving on site.**





BIRD-ENBRIDGE                             1N/H                           T-83

MML-SUNCOR                                 2N/H                           2722-3723

ROBERT B- VARIOUS                    1N/H                           4669

JACOBS-SUNCOR                          4RECALLS                 3964-4372    

BFI- REDWATER                             1N/H                           4450              

MML-ALBIAN                                    1N/H                           4129



Attention all Local 92 members, we have some good news to offer you on the Pipeline front.


Banister Pipelines has picked up some Summer / Winter work starting this summer and going until the spring of 2017.


It is part of the Enbridge Norlite Project, which will be running 2 spreads with Banister picking up  (1) one of the spreads and the other spread is up for grabs and we know Waschuk, OJ, Somerville are all bidding on it.


Here is the breakdown as to what each spread will have (remember it is all 24”).


A – Banister  –    6.8 km (24”) – Ft McMurray  – Summer 2015

  •  9.1 km (24”) – Ft. McMurray – Fall – 2015

  • 37.9 km (24”) – Ft McMurray – Winter – 2015 / 2016

  • 63.8 km (24”) – Waskateneau – Summer – 2016

  • 78.8 km (24”) – Anzac – Winter 2016 / 2017


    B  Package  -   Not let out yet


  •  96.4 km (24”) – Conklin – Winter 2015 / 2016

  •  82.1 km (24”) -  Boyle – Summer / 2016

  •  92.8 km (24”) -  Round Hill – Winter / 2016 / 2017


  • That’s the information on the Norlite Project . Let’s keep our fingers crossed that a Union Contractor picks up Package B.


Please Note: any members being dispatched to the Wood Buffalo Area; the Wildlife Awareness Training will soon become a mandatory requirement.


**Any members that bid on the daily jobs, please have patience and allow the dispatch to make the return phone calls to those who are successful bidders**


PLEASE NOTE:  Local 92 does not send members for Alcohol and Drug testing. The contractors require you to take these tests as per the site owners. You must refer to your dispatch slip and call the phone number that is listed next to “A&D Testing” in order to have a test booked in your area. Please do not proceed to orientation until you have spoken with the contractor.


Please ensure that all your tickets and skills are updated and on file for bidding purposes. Please do NOT bid on any job that you do not have the required tickets for. Any members who have any further questions regarding Local 92 dispatch rules, please call 780 426 6630 and speak to a business agent.

Please be advised, that if you have not been previously dispatched to any Pipeline Jobs through Local 92, you will be required to provide proof of experience.


Any members that wish to read the Collective Agreement that they are working under can access them by visiting the CLRA (Construction Labour Relations of Alberta) website.


Please note; it is becoming increasingly more important that ANY members who accept a dispatch to any site, have a VALID Government issued photo ID. If you do not have valid government issued photo ID please do NOT accept a dispatch.