PM42940023Abandoned Fuel Sites:Uncovering the ProblemOCTOBER 2021PLUS:Employment LawsAre You Compliant?8POST: COVID ConsiderationsRegional News
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4 • CANADIAN PETROLEUM CONTRACTOR • OCTOBER 2021NEWS FROM APSSCAby Don Edgecombe, Executive DirectorAPSSCA WELCOMES NEW DIRECTORS AND MEMBERSCovid is hanging in there and it continues to affect how our members conduct their business and how our contractor association does its work. APSSCA held its annual general meeting virtually on June 24th. The major agenda item was an alteration to the Association’s bylaws. The members voted to change our ﬁscal year to align with the calendar, but more impactful was adding one Associate Member to our Board of Directors. Our new Board includes Active Members: • BGIS (Marcus Cormier)• MI Petro (Kim Hansen)• Edmonton Pump (Kelsey McGillis)• Fireball Equipment (Joe Murphy)• Tanknology (Jason Eaton)• Keller Construction (Ewan Campbell)• Bar-W Petroleum (Howard Heal)Our Associate Members are: • Parkland Fuels (Salman Mohiuddin)• Keller Equipment (Brad Egeland)• Tag Consulting (Al Lemoine). Thank you to all of those members for stepping up to serve our Association and industry. A big welcome goes out to our newest members, Rotaﬂow Controls Inc. and Aviation Ground Fueling Technologies Ltd. We look forward to meeting in person when the world returns to normal. Mark June 6, 2022 in your calendars for an ‘in-person’ Annual General Meeting and a return to our annual golf tournament the following day. More information will be available when we can conﬁdently make our reservations.BOARD OF DIRECTORSCPCA MEMBER ASSOCIATIONSAlberta Petroleum StorageSystems Contractors AssociationAssociation des Entrepreneurs Pétroliers du Québec Inc.British Columbia Petroleum Contractors AssociationManitoba Petroleum Contractors AssociationOntario Petroleum Contractors AssociationSaskatchewan Retail PetroleumConstruction AssociationALBERTAMarcus CormierCantest SolutionsTel: 403.912.9129 Ext. 12 email@example.com Kim HansenMI PetroTel: 866.563.7868 firstname.lastname@example.orgMANITOBAChad KenwoodCentury Ptetroleum ConstructionTel: 204.694.2230 email@example.com ONTARIOGord ThompsonComco Canada Inc.Tel: 705.728.0905 firstname.lastname@example.orgKen JamiesonKenstruct Ltd.Tel: 855.912.8453 email@example.com QUEBECDany PedneaultÉquipements Claude Pedneault Inc.Tel: 418.693.8906 firstname.lastname@example.orgNicolas TrepanierÉquipement National ÉnergieTel: 438.289.1961 email@example.comSASKATCHEWANArlene WrightCapital Petroleum Services Ltd.Tel: 306.757.3533 firstname.lastname@example.org Mike SeibelNational Energy Equipment Inc.Tel: 306.665.0223 email@example.com BRITISH COLUMBIAMargo MiddletonMiddleton PetroleumTel: 250.372.7742 firstname.lastname@example.orgCPCA OFFICEMichelle Rae, AdministratorMailing Address: 387 Mapleview Dr. W. Barrie, ON L4N 9G4Toll Free – 1.866.360.6722 Tel: 705.735.9437 Fax: email@example.com Web: www.cpcaonline.comOFFICERS Marcus Cormier, President; Nicolas Trepanier, Vice President;Kim Hansen, Secretary; Margo Middleton, Treasurer
OCTOBER 2021 • CANADIAN PETROLEUM CONTRACTOR • 5 NEWS FROM OPCAby Johnathan Rae OPCA 7TH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT – A FUN DAY FORE CHARITY!The OPCA would like to thank our members and friends for attending the 7th Annual OPCA Charity Golf Tournament held Friday September 24th at the Innisbrook Golf Course in Barrie. Support and turnout were fantastic this year, and despite COVID restrictions in place and tee-times instead of the usual shotgun format, we had sixty-seven players come out and enjoy a fun day of golf. The threatening rain held out for the day and we had nice fall temperatures for everyone out on the greens. The scores were low with -13 for the winning team and only 1 stroke separating the top 3! The ongoing pandemic has made for a challenging summer, so it was nice to have everyone out to enjoy a day of golf together and beneﬁt a great charity like Threads of Life.Threads of Life is a national charity that is dedicated to helping Canadian families who have been affected by a workplace tragedy, life-altering injury or occupational disease. It currently provides a network of hope and healing to more than 1,700 family members through one-on-one peer support, links to other community support services and the opportunity to take action to help prevent similar tragedies to other families.The OPCA is a long-time supporter of Threads of Life and has now raised over $60,000 to date. We are proud to support such an important organization and be a partner in endorsing safety in the workplace.THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING HOLE SPONSORS!BGIS EFS, National Energy Equipment, Waleco, Franklin Fueling, CPCA, Comco Canada, AB Project Management & Construction Inc., PD McLaren Ltd., Demelis Construction Ltd., and BrokerlinkA special thank you to David Mason of Canada Brokerlink for sponsoring the hole in one prize of $50,000! While there were some close shots, we didn’t have a lucky winner this year. We are thrilled to have raised a grand total of $10,000 for Threads of Life! A cheque will be presented to Threads at the OPCA ofﬁce in Barrie.The OPCA staff and Board hope everyone stays safe and healthy, and we will see you again next year!
6 • CANADIAN PETROLEUM CONTRACTOR • OCTOBER 2021Underground fuel storage has been an industry standard since the earliest days of gasoline retail. To-day’s ﬁbreglass tanks offer a huge step up from older single-wall steel tanks that were common before the 1980s. However, as safe as new tanks might be, there are still as many as 30,000 gas-contaminated sites in Canada that require remediation. “Tanks today are better. There are fewer of them. Tanks also tend to be dou-ble-walled, and they are better installed than at any time in the past,” says Robert Renkes, Executive Director with the Tusla-based Fibreglass Tank and Pipe Institute. Tanks also come with a 30-year warranty.Even with these safeguards, operators and fuel brands are often tasked with ex-pensive and time-consuming work when underground tanks leak or when soil be-comes contaminated with fuel spillage. This is what happened at Bill Barber’s station in Mississauga at Queensway and Cawthra. He reports the contamination was not surprising given that they had been operating on the corner for years. “We built the site and operated the gas bar ourselves as a Sunoco dealer. We then leased the site to Sunoco and it was brand-ed as a Petro Canada. The lease came up after 20 years. We decided to take it back and operate it ourselves with Petro Canada as the fuel supplier,” says Barber, remark-ing that the terms of the lease saw Petro Canada responsible for tank removal and remediation of the site. Cost is estimated to be close to a million dollars for the envi-ronmental cleanup.“We detected no leakage over 20 years, so we were interested to discover the ex-tent of the problem underground.” Accord-ing to Barber, the toxic plume from the tank leakage extended 15-metres beyond the apron but was still on the property.Barber’s location was closed in March of 2020 to get the work done. “Then CO-VID-19 came along. The construction was delayed for a month because of lockdown. Once they got going, the canopy came down, and the kiosk was removed, because we are building a larger convenience store. By the end of September, the contractor was ready for tanks, but because of COVID, there was an issue obtaining the necessary permits. We had Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) approval but no permits to start construction.” Surprising to Barber was the cost and hassle of obtaining new drawings and re-ports. “We will have the same size apron and canopy. The only real change is that the c-store will grow from 200 square feet
by Kelly GrayUnderground contamination challenge isongoingOCTOBER 2021 • CANADIAN PETROLEUM CONTRACTOR • 7 to 1200 square feet. We have the same wa-ter and sewer hookup, the same footprint and grades, but the City required us to get permits for site grading and services. The permits added a cost of $20,000 for the required drawings and caused several months of delay.”Barber tells OCTANE that they have found efﬁciencies in keeping their rela-tionship with their fuel supplier and were able to keep their old dispensers that were a recent purchase. The site will feature self-service gas and diesel, a lube centre, car wash, foodservice from Eggsmart and a convenience store. Remediation techniques are varied. In Barber’s case, it was necessary to dig up the tainted earth and move it off-site, where the toxicity can be removed or safe-ly stored. Other remediation techniques are more long-term. These involve in-situ microbiology that can reduce the cost of site remediation by as much as 30%.Longer-term approachAn example of remediation technique changes is the Sustainable In-Situ Remedi-ation program that was launched in 2014 by Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL), the University of Saskatchewan (USask) and the Northern Alberta Institute of Tech-nology (NAIT).In-situ microbiology can reduce the cost of site remediation by as much as 30 percent
The FCL project injects a water-based, nutrient-rich solution into the ground. The solution is made from treated meat and bone meal from a cattle-processing plant. Early trials suggest this technique enhanc-es the growth of micro-organisms to help clean up underground contamination. FCL is now ﬁeld-testing the technique at sites in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Overall, this approach shows that a longer-term approach is the best and most cost-effective remediation method. While sites once had to be shut down and soil extraction was the only solution, operators can now stay open by injecting biological material into the leakage plume where it is fed oxygen to keep anaerobic conditions good for petroleum-eating bacteria growth.In Ontario, the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (MGCS) is also discussing this issue with industry stake-holders based on the Auditor General of Ontario’s recommendation to develop a long-term funding strategy to remediate abandoned fuel sites. In 2018, the Auditor General identiﬁed that there is no funding strategy in place to deal with the issue of fuel sites being abandoned without having been decom-missioned properly and recommended TSSA work together with MGCS and the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) to develop a long-term funding strategy to remediate abandoned fuel sites to reduce the risk of contamina-tion spreading on and beyond abandoned fuel sites. To date, TSSA has updated its memo-randum of understanding with MECP and the two parties have worked together to develop and implement a centralized data-base inventory of all abandoned fuel sites and a risk prioritization model to identify high-risk sites. MECP, MGCS and TSSA are engaging with stakeholders in order to work to-Old underground storage tankUnderground tanks today are double-walled and they are better installed than at any time in the past8 • CANADIAN PETROLEUM CONTRACTOR • OCTOBER 2021STEM CANS T E M Cantructural ank quipment & aintenance ( ada) Limited Western Oﬃce: 1 - 785 Bridge St. W Waterloo, ON N2V 2K1Eastern Oﬃce: 69 Comstock Rd, Scarborough, ON M7L 2G91-800-387-1400 www.stem-can.comIt is our goal to not only but to .meet your expectations exceed themYour Partner in Total Containment SolutionsS T E M Cantructural ank quipment & aintenance ( ada) Limited offers a STEM|CANfull range of carbon and stainless steel storage tanks and vessels, along with custom fabrication services for multiple industries. is ISO certiﬁed and our manufacturing process follows a given level STEM|CANof testing and quality control which in turn we provide the best product possible.Aboveground storage tanks are available in horizontal and vertical, multiple compartments and capacity from 227 to 200,000 liters. offers a variety of designed products and complete turnkey systems. STEM|CANWe can also meet all your custom fabrication requirements.
wards fulﬁlling the Auditor General’s rec-ommendation. The goals of engagement are to ensure the parties have a compre-hensive understanding of the issue, under-stand stakeholder concerns regarding the sites and to seek stakeholder insight into possible solutions.Staff members from MGCS and TSSA met with OPCA President Ken Jamieson and Executive Director Michelle Rae who agreed this is an issue that needs to be ad-dressed. While OPCA agrees with Robert Renkes’ assessment that newer tanks are built better and are less of a concern, older sites are the biggest concern. Ken noted that “there are likely thousands of aban-doned fuel tanks in Ontario with many not identiﬁed” and that it’s critical to ensure proper removal and remediation to protect surrounding water sources, adding the OPCA supports this initiative as it’s impor-tant to raise awareness of this issue. Michelle Rae added this may also be an opportunity for the industry to educate fa-cility owners and operators on their long-term responsibilities when it comes to operating a fuel facility. “As an industry training provider, we would support the development of new content for the Site Operator program’s curriculum that would identify these issues and look forward to engaging with MGCS and TSSA on this is-sue.” The bottom line on site contamination is that the challenge is massive. However, the cost of inaction is far greater.proper remediation must be done to protect surrounding water sourcesOCTOBER 2021 • CANADIAN PETROLEUM CONTRACTOR • 9 CAPITALPETROLEUMSERVICELTD.500 - 4th Ave EastRegina, SK S4N 4Z5Tel: (306) 757-3533825B - 46th St EastSaskatoon, SK S7K 0X2Toll Free: (800) 757-1982• Petroleum Construction & Maintenance• Fuel Tanks, Pumps & Equipment• Hoists – Surface & In Ground• Decommissioning“Precision Testing And Inspection Specialists.”Toll Free: 1-866-565-2611www.leaktechsol.caPrecision leak testing company for all your underground leak testing requirements.Leak testing for all your aboveground testing requirements.Very little disruption to your day to day operation.CPCA certiﬁed technicians.Competitive rates.Helium Pinpoint leak locating service.3rd party inspection of underground and aboveground storage tank system.
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12 • CANADIAN PETROLEUM CONTRACTOR • OCTOBER 20213. Are you meeting your obligations regarding policy development and posting of information asrequired?Employers are required to develop certain policies (e.g. health and safety policies, workplace violence and harassment poli-cies), and to post in the workplace documents regarding those policies as well as other important health and safety informa-tion.4. Have you provided your employees with the required health and safety training?Employers are required by occupational health and safety legislation to provide employees with certain information and instruction. For example, under Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act, employers are required to ensure that employees complete certain basic health and safety awareness training and to provide information and instruction on the con-tents of their workplace harassment and violence policies and programs. Additionally, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may necessitate additional health and safety measures, including additional training.5. Have you put in place adequate investigationprocedures?Employers in Ontario are required to develop and maintain programs to implement their workplace violence and harass-ment policies that include the investigation of reports of work-place harassment and violence. An established complaint and investigation process can facilitate addressing other types of workplace concerns and complaints in a timely and effective manner. Employers should similarly be prepared to investigate and respond to a positive COVID-19 case amongst workers in the manner and timelines required by the provincial/territorial government in the jurisdictions in which they operate.6. Are your employee handbooks orpoliciesuptodate?Employers should have policies that are appropriate for the workplace and comply with applicable laws and regulations. Depending on the relevant rules, it is also important that these policies be brought to the attention of employees, and either be provided to employees or be readily accessible.7. Do you have established and effective attendance management practices?Businesses should have a process in place to manage employee absences and accommodation requests. In the context of the ongoing pandemic, businesses should also ensure that they are prepared to adequately monitor employee attendance at the workplace, and to respond to address absences from work due to employee concerns regarding COVID-19.8. Are your document retention and disclosure policies in line with statutory requirements?Employers are obligated to retain certain employee-related documents for speciﬁed time periods, often for years after the employee ceases working for the employer. Employers must also take steps to handle documents and other information in a manner that is compliant with applicable privacy legislation.9. Have you properly classied your employees as either overtime exempt or overtime eligible?Employers often determine an employee’s eligibility or exemp-tion from the applicable overtime pay requirements based on incorrect criteria. Overtime eligibility and misclassiﬁcation can create signiﬁcant wage and hour liability for employers.10. Are your employers and contractors properlyclassied?Businesses should beware of the risk of engaging individuals as independent contractors who are, at law, employees. Doing so may result in signiﬁcant employment law and tax liabilities on the part of an employer. The line between an employee, a de-pendent contractor, and an independent contractor is not clear in every case. Employers should review the terms under which they have engaged personnel so that the relationships reﬂect the intentions of those involved.
OCTOBER 2021 • CANADIAN PETROLEUM CONTRACTOR • 13 The above list is an example of some of the issues an em-ployer should consider when assessing its compliance with employment laws and regulations. WeirFoulds has devel-oped our ﬂexible and targeted Employer Compliance Audit Program to assist employers with their efforts to achieve and maintain compliance with their obligations under the appli-cable employment laws and regulations. For more informa-tion about the Employer Compliance Audit Program, please contact Partner Daniel Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org.The information and comments herein are for the general information of the reader and are not intended as advice or opinion to be relied upon in relation to any particular circumstances. For particular application of the law to spe-ciﬁc situations, the reader should seek professional advice.Since 1923, Steelcraft has collaborated with consulting engineers, end-users, general contractors, and petroleum contractors to develop cost-effective, reliable, and safe storage solutions for ﬂammable fuels and liquids. We offer a variety of storage solutions across two orientations (horizontal and vertical), four containment styles (single-wall, double-wall vacuum-monitored, double-wall integral contained, static head), and a wide range of capacities from 5000 L to 150,000 L. In addition to our expertise with aboveground storage solutions, we offer integrated design, engineering, and custom metal fabrication solutions for a variety of other product categories, including API-650 tanks, pressure vessels, and more.*Please note that Steelcraft’s ULC-listed aboveground storage tanks are not currently available for sale to Western Canada.For industry-leading aboveground storage solutions, contact us today!Steelcraft - Partner with ExcellenceCheck out our new website! www.steelcraftinc.comor call us at:1-800-265-8840
The procedures you have in place for dealing with COVID will likely be part of your regular health and safety program for the foreseeable future. This includes using a hierarchy of controls to control hazards from the most to the least effective such as elimination (and substitution), engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment (PPE). These controls are part of your workplace safety plans that should be reviewed on a regular basis. And now with a vaccine available, businesses are grappling with how to navigate the issue of mandatory vaccination and determine whether they are legally permitted to require their employees to provide proof of vaccination. Some jurisdictions are requiring full vaccination in select indoor public settings (indoor dining, gyms, sporting events etc.) and the Government of Canada is now requiring all their employees to be fully vaccinated (unless they have a medical exemption). Companies outside of this scope must balance both their rights as an employer and the rights of their employees. The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) provides information for companies considering mandatory vaccination as well as rapid testing protocols. Depending on the type of workplace, the Government of Canada is working with provinces and territories to support rapid testing implementation including providing free testing kits. Some studies suggest that up to 50% of COVID-19 transmission could be caused by people without symptoms. Testing and screening are important tools to quickly identify people who are asymptomatic and need to isolate (Health Canada – May 2021). PROTECTING YOUR EMPLOYEE’S PRIVACYOrganizations must have policies in place with respect to how they handle the personal information they collect in their efforts to implement measures to prevent COVID-19 transmission. This includes assigning roles and responsibilities and providing training to all employees who will be responsible for private data. The Government of Canada provides a privacy guideline for businesses. Regardless of the plan implemented, the CCOHS advises that companies seek legal advice to help determine what is best for their company. In all cases, guidance from local public health authorities and your jurisdictional health and safety regulator must be followed.UPDATES FROMPOSTVisit posttraining.ca for links to these resources. Follow us on social media, visit the website for linksCOVID VACCINES AND RAPID TESTINGCONSIDERATIONS AND TIPS FOR EMPLOYERS TO HELP NAVIGATE THE LATEST COVID MEASURES14 • CANADIAN PETROLEUM CONTRACTOR • OCTOBER 2021
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Thank You!All of us at Waleco would like to take a moment to recognize all of the petroleum contractors across Canada. As a community you were able to pivot and adapt to the changing world and keep our industry going. We would like to thank you all for everything that you have done - without your efforts, our industry would not be where it is today.Quebec: (514) 337-1010Ontario: (905) 712-4915 www.waleco.ca