oilpatch safety

Oilpatch workers should not be working alone in such a dangerous industry. We have lost alot of lives due to employees having to work alone. In March 2004 I lost my brother-in-law in a work related accident. I now have to watch my sister live without her one true love and my niece live without her father.My brother-in-law left for work at 7:45 p.m and was not found until over 10 hours later at 5:00 a.m, he was found on the lease in which he was sent to. He was on a sweet location but the facts are his truck was filled with a deadly sour gas.This petition is to make the highly profitable oil companies and government be responisible, and not have our husbands, wives,sons,daughters,mothers,and fathers in potential dangerous situations alone. I know that my brother-in-law and my family would not want any family to have endoured what we have had to endour . Thank-you, Sandra Rumbolt


Bruce Critch was a loving husband and an amazing father trying to provide a living for his family. At the age of 42 he was needlessly and tragically taken from us. I have had to watch my family suffer through a most horrible ordeal. My niece will never be able to have her dad walk down the aisle on her wedding day or show off his futire grandchildren.This tragedy has changed all of us, it\'s the most horrible thing that I have ever seen. If we can save just one persons life with this petition then Bruce will not have died in vain.


The following website is a tribute to my brother-in-law Bruce Critch. Please take time to visit it and leave any comments you like.the website is: www.brucecritchmemorial.blogspot.com


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