Shell announces Skills Centre at Fort Saskatchewan High School (No Harm Podcast Episode 31)
In episode 31 of the No Harm Health and Safety Podcast, Marv takes you back to an event he attended at Fort Saskatchewan High School, near Edmonton Alberta.
As some of our listeners know, the Shell Scotford complex is located near Fort Saskatchewan. Scotford is an integrated site that includes an upgrader, refinery, chemicals plant and carbon capture and storage facility.
Like many organizations, Shell Scotford needs well-trained tradespeople coming into industry who not only understand the technical requirements for the job, but also understand risks and mitigation. So Shell made a major contribution to Fort Saskatchewan High School to help them create the Shell Skills Centre.
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