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About Caird Mechanical Contractors

Caird Mechanical Contractors was found in 1977. Over the years we have gained vast experience and developed a solid reputation for quality in the industrial, commercial and marine sectors. With professional staff, Caird has a proven ability to deal with complex and demanding job requirements. Currently Caird provides service and support for Canada’s Naval Fleet and Coast Guard Vessels.

We strive to consistently deliver high quality mechanical installation on time and on budget while maintaining quality, safety and performance. Caird has undertaken a wide variety of contract work, from sewage pump stations and treatment plants to major design and build projects.


Providing our employees, subcontractors and the local community with a safe and healthy work environment has always been and will continue to be a top priority. Caird Mechanical Contractors personnel are properly trained and receive orientation relating to our policies and procedures in place to ensure awareness of potential hazards in the workplace.

We maintain a procedure for identifying, evaluating and updating our Health and Safety Program based on regulatory requirements and company mandates using the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Regulations as well as the Workers Compensation Act. All changes and revisions are communicated and made available to all personnel. We are committed to a program of continual improvement in health and safety by making it an integral part of all operations.


Caird Mechanical Contractors has established an ISO 9001 Quality System. Caird’s Quality Policy Manual defines how the Quality Assurance System is designed to ensure that our customer’s requirements are recognized and that consistent control of these requirements are established, implemented and maintained. Our employees are required to perform their jobs accurately and effectively in accordance with our Standard Operating Procedures.


Caird Mechanical Contractors implements and maintains a procedure for identifying environmental aspects of our activities and services that we can control or which we can be expected to have influence over. The purpose of the procedure is to identify environmental aspects in order to determine which activities have or can have significant environmental impacts. Our goal is to ensure that Caird identifies potential environmental impacts and takes the necessary precautions to minimize or eliminate our impact.

We review new and updated legislation through the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety. This information is communicated to our staff and subcontractors to ensure that they are aware of the importance of conformance with our environmental policies and procedures.