Partnership agreement means employment in security, health for White Bear
- EFN Staff | August 31, 2017
Saskatchewan-based Haztech Energy Corp and White Bear First Nation signed a partnership agreement on August 24th. The agreement creates opportunities for employment in its security, medical, health, and safety fields.
Haztech says it is committed to building a legacy grounded in fostering lasting relationships with Indigenous eople of the province.
“Haztech has an excellent track record in business servicing some of the country’s leading companies,” says Chief Nathan Pasap. “What really made them stand out to me is their strong commitment to First Nations communities such as their Whitecap Haztech partnership which has created a lot of jobs, training and development opportunities over the last 3 years. I am pleased to have the opportunity to work with an established and reputable company like Haztech to provide meaningful employment for First Nations people in my community and beyond.”
Haztech has been providing vertically integrated, full service Medical, Health, Safety & Security services to the industrial, construction, oilfield and mining sectors since 2006.
“We value our Indigenous partnerships very much, and we will continue to harness our relationships to provide high quality workforce training and development including career opportunities, economic benefits for our partners and the communities in which we live, work and play,” says Shawn Hazen, CEO of Haztech.
“We have worked hard over the years to create a mutually beneficial model, for our partners and our clients as well," says Hazen. "To date, we have made a very positive and meaningful impact with our partners and their communities while providing [the new standard] in service delivery and we are very proud of our accomplishments. Our model has proven much success that we have formed partnerships with a number of Indigenous groups across the country, and we will continue to do so.”