Octane Safety Services

Raising the Industry Standard

Delivering Higher Levels of Care

COVID-19 Statement

We have remained active and have continued to provide critical and essential services during the COVID-19 outbreak, taking all necessary steps to eliminate risk, reduce exposure, and ensure the safety of workers, contractors, and vendors.  We continually revise our processes, policies, and procedures as new information about the virus is learned, and in accordance with guidance provided by Alberta Health Services and the Government of Canada, keeping safety and protection at the forefront. To learn more about our practices, please contact hse@octanesafety.com or call 250-257-0502.

We are honoured to be members of the following organizations:



Indigenous Works is a national social enterprise with a mandate to improve the inclusion and engagement of Indigenous people in the Canadian economy.



WEConnect International is a global network that connects women-owned businesses to qualified buyers around the world.


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Who We Are

Octane Safety Services Ltd. was founded on the principles of making worksites safer and saving lives. Combined, we have worked for more than 50 years in this industry, witnessing both safe and unsafe work practices, and experiencing losses first-hand. These experiences are the driving force behind our commitment to delivering consistent and successful industry-leading safety services, and have shaped our passion for helping our clients protect their most valuable assets – their people.



As on-site work locations have become more remote, and workplace safety standards have evolved, so have our services.  Through extensive training programs, the use of high-quality equipment and continuous process refinement, we deliver industry-leading medical services to commercial, resource, and industrial worksites across western Canada. 


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Medic Services


Drug and Alcohol Testing

Safety Program Development

COR Auditing

The Octane Team

The Octane Team

The Octane team are more than just medics or safety consultants, they are extensively trained guardians that champion worksite safety.

Jessica Coleman - Founder & President

After working more than 15 years in the health and safety industry, Jessica started Octane in 2008 with the goal of building a safety services company which raised the industry’s current safety standards through continuous employee training, high quality equipment, and lasting relationships with both employees and clients. Jessica also works as a health and safety consultant, as well as an External Enform COR Auditor, and holds an Occupational Health and Safety Certificate (honours) from the BC Institute of Technology.

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Tara Behrens - Chief Operations Officer

Tara began with Octane as a qualified and highly trained medic and was quickly promoted to Field Operations Supervisor based on her drive, attention to detail, and strong work ethic. In 2014, Tara became a partner in Octane.  She whole-heartedly embraced the role, and is now responsible for Octane’s marketing, corporate development, and operational planning. Tara guides and creates business growth strategies, cultivating opportunities in new and existing markets, and works towards raising industry safety standards every day.

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Octane Safety Services Ltd. is able to provide the highest level of medical services possible because of the skilled, trained and experienced staff we hire. We look after our team so that you feel confident in your work, and are successful in your career.

We believe diversity is as an asset, and we actively maintain a culture of inclusion.  As an equal opportunity employer, our recruiting is based on capability and performance.  Octane is made stronger by the unique contributions brought to our team by all individuals regardless of ethnicity, gender, faith, age, status, or gender, and we welcome and encourage applications from women, Indigenous Peoples, visible minorities, differently-abled persons, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.


Why Be Part of the Octane Difference?

  • Access to top of the line equipment
  • Great clients on great job sites
  • Friendly, positive and supportive work atmosphere
  • Extensive knowledge base with experienced supervisors
  • Ongoing education system, with continual training and skill-building
  • Monthly on-site medical quality assurance skills and drills
  • Added perks when you land your own jobs, do sales calls, assist supervisors, and contribute to our knowledge base

What You Can Expect From Octane

  • On-site onboarding for each project
  • Thorough training prior to going on each site
  • Personal mentorship from a senior employee
  • On-call managers available at all times for support
  • Communications equipment to succeed in your role, including: laptop, printer, air card, cellphone, business cards, and company stickers
  • High-end safety and medical equipment to succeed and be safe in your role

Roles at Octane

  • Hiring Oilfield Medics – OFAIII, Alberta EMR, BC EMR AB and BC PCP
    Location - Head Office is in Grande Prairie Alberta

    Are you motivated?  Do you strive for perfection?  Do you love to help others?  Do you take pride in what you do?  Are you always looking to improve?  Can you play nicely with both humans and machines?  Let’s talk.

    We provide:

    • Competitive wages
    • Flexible, stable shifts
    • Staff accommodations with housekeepers
    • Subsistence on every job (except in camp)
    • Clean Mobile Treatment Centres
    • Equipment and medical stock that meets and exceeds legislative requirements and industry standards
    • Organized, professional Dispatching
    • A team of aces to work with
    • Open minds for new ideas and methodologies
    • On-site drills for skill practice
    • Onsite training with experienced, dedicated supervisors and managers
    • In-house ACP and EMA approved courses for continuing education credits
    • Owners who are driven to succeed with you, and who are involved on every level


    You bring:

    • Experience as an involved, caring medical professional
    • Precise attention to detail
    • Ability to be calm, positive, and organized
    • Understanding of team strategies and objectives
    • Motivation to learn, grow, and constantly improve
    • People skills required to work with our clients, staff, and the public
    • Ability to work with computers and be open to learning and change
    • H2S Alive, Class 5 Drivers Licence,
    • Alberta College of Paramedics registration (Alberta EMR or PCP)


    Apply by emailing Human Resources at hr@octanesafety.com



We look forward to hearing from you

9326 81 Avenue
Clairmont, AB T8X 0M2