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TRS Canada Halifax Office

610 Wright Ave

Unit 102  Box 317

Dartmouth, NS

Canada, B3B 0H8

TRS Global Office

83 Loddington St

New Maryland, NB

Canada, E3C 2S3

Phone: 1-844-TRS-HELO
                        (877-4356)
E-mail: info@trscanada.ca

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EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS & QUALIFICATIONS

“As an industry first, TRS Inc. has adopted strict employment standards to ensure best practices.”
RESCUE TECHNICIANS (SAR Tech, Swimmer, Winch-Man)

 

The candidate must have demonstrated to the employer, through skills assessment training or a previous assignment, an ability to perform the duties of a Helicopter Rescue Technician.  The candidate must have experience with helicopter rescue operations; including exposure to small-vessels, escape rafts, offshore water hoisting and be the holder of an emergency medical responder (EMR*) certification or higher.

 

The candidate must have also completed company procedural training and verification as deemed necessary by the employer; along with required offshore employment certification and/or training. 

 

*Note: EMR Guidelines Under the Canadian Medical Association, National Occupancy Competency Profile, 2011 (CMA NOCP 2011)

 

Professional Certification

An individual employed in the position of Helicopter Rescue Specialist shall hold either:

  • Certificate of completion from a Government SAR Technician Program (Military, Coast Guard, etc.) and have at least 5 years experience in an operational SAR unit, or

  • Certificate of Completion of an Advanced Offshore Hoist Training Program from a Certified Institution that meets JAR OPS standards and have at least 5 years experience in helicopter rescue operations.

  • Recommended 1500 Flight Hours in a Crew Position. 

HOIST OPERATORS (Winch Op)

 

The candidate must have demonstrated to the employer, through skills assessment training or a previous assignment, an ability to perform the duties of a Helicopter Hoist Operator. The candidate must have experience with helicopter rescue operations; including exposure to small-vessels, escape rafts and offshore water hoisting. The candidate must have also completed company procedural training and verification as deemed necessary by the employer. Along with mandatory offshore employment certifications and/or training.

 

Professional Certification

An individual employed in the position of Helicopter Hoist Operator shall hold either:

 

  • Certificate of completion from a Government Hoist Training Program (Military, Coast Guard, etc.) and have at least 5 years experience in an operational SAR unit, or

  • Certificate of Completion of an Advanced Offshore Hoist Training Program from a Certified Institution that meets JAR OPS 3 HHO* (Helicopter Hoist Operation)* standards and have at least 5 years experience in helicopter rescue operations. 

  • Recommended 1500 Flight Hours in a Crew Position.