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Pre-employment or New Employees
If you’ve just applied for a job, or have yet to work, we’ve compiled a new hire check list to help you get up to speed as quickly as possible:
- Get hired. Track the status of your application through Kwantek. The corporate office does not make hiring decisions, as these are left directly up to the managers.
- Complete all paperwork on the Efficient Forms website. This includes entering your information and reviewing and signing company policies.
- Upload documents to Efficient Forms. You’ll be required to submit ID’s, a voided check for direct deposit, and other miscellaneous documents.
- Get approved by Manager. You should receive email notification once approved.
- Sign In for eHub (see below). The Corporate Office will send you instructions on how to sign in once you’re in our system.
- Get acquainted with the eHub Dashboard.
- Confirm all your information is accurate.
You will not be allowed to work until you’ve completed all these steps!
All current employees need access to eHub to view their upcoming schedule, review and verify time worked prior to receiving a paycheck, and prepare incident reports.
Once you’ve been hired, you’ll receive a welcome email with your employee ID and instructions on accessing eHub.
If you do not know your User ID, please contact your manager or the corporate office at (405) 621-9006.
Managers can access our Work Order Forms here.
Employee of the Month
Andrew W. – Washington, D.C.
Andrew accepted an additional shift in order for the regularly scheduled officer to attend a family member’s funeral. After accepting the shift and being the first shift he had worked since the closure of his normal site due to COVID-19, Andrew requested to give the hours paid to him for the 10-hour shift to another officer who has not been able to work due to the closure. This act of kindness is what makes him stand out and is exactly what TriCorps means when we say, “Give back what you’ve been given when you can”. Thank you for this great example, Andrew!
Line of Fire
Joey Bezio, HSE Manager
Please enjoy this article posted by safetytalkideas.com about Line of Fire Hazards.
A simple definition of “line of fire” is being in harm’s way. Line of fire injuries occur when the path of a moving object intersects with an individual’s body.
Three major categories of line of fire incidents are caught-in or between incidents, struck-by incidents, and released energy incidents. Click here to read more…