Sandy Lever, Foreman
Steel Works Construction & Repair

Sandy Lever, Foreman Steelworks Construction and Repair

I served my apprenticeship as a Plater/Shipwright in Scotts Shipyard on the west coast of Scotland from 1968 to 1972.

I came to Canada on contract with Canron in 1974. Upon completion of contract, I worked in various shipyards in the Lower Mainland; Belaire Shipyard in North Vancouver, Allied, B.C. Marine, West Coast Salvage, Burrard’s and Key Marine.

In 1988, I worked in the maintenance department of Terminal City Iron Works until its closure in 1999. I then joined Meridian Marine as Foreman responsible for the Steelworks, New Construction and Repair aspects of the business.

Accomplishments

Forklift Operator Certification Hunter Ind. (2011)
Fall Protection Training Dynamic Rescue Sys (2012)
Respiratory Awareness Technician Dynamic Rescue Sys (2010)
Confined Space Awareness Training Dynamic Rescue Sys (2010)
BC Shipbuilding/Repair Supervisor Training Worksafe (2004)
Fabrication, Welding and Shipbuilding Craft City and Guilds London (1972)
Plater/Shipwright Scotts Shipbuilding (1972)
Shipbuilding Craft Studies City and Guilds London (1971)
Basic Shipbuilding Engineering City and Guilds London (1969)

Management Team