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Safety & Certifications: Certifications

Richfield Equipment is a Canadian-owned industrial equipment rental company offering solutions for the cleanup, storage, and de-wetting of contaminated solids since 1989. We have been providing service and support to our customers within Western Canada for 30 years, in the oilpatch and beyond.


Our commitment to quality and our willingness to stand behind our products is what sets us apart from our competition, so let us take the headache out of your rental needs.

Richfield is a proud distributor of Canadian-made Fruitland Compressors.

Box 314 Okotoks, Alberta T1S 1A6

(403) 236-0056

Safety Wear


At Richfield Equipment, our commitment to safety is top priority.

We are committed to our customers, employees and the environment in the provision of safe working practices and processes.

Richfield Equipment Ltd. In keeping with the principles of Partnership has: 

  • Completed training in the basics of a health and safety system. 

  • Developed and implemented a health and safety system demonstrating worker health and safety as a prime consideration in their daily operations. 

  • Met the small employer standard for partnerships through an evaluation of their health and safety system. Registered with ISNetworld, ComplyWorks, PICS and Achilles  Certificate of Recognition #20100101-SE4462 

All Richfield Equipment field personnel hold current certifications in: 

  • H2S Alive

  • First Aid Standard with Level C CPR

  • Petroleum Safety Training

  • WHMIS Fundamentals from the Petroleum Industry Training Service (PITS)

WCB Industry Code #30801 

Our commitment to ensuring we operator + equipment safety: 

Richfield Equipment provides free of charge weekly service calls on all electrically driven equipment as a part of our ongoing commitment to excellent customer service. 

Our representatives are on call 24 hours per day. Richfield Equipment Ltd. does not subscribe to an answering service, your calls are routed directly to a company representative.

WCB Alberta
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