Now Hiring a Health and Safety Advisor for a project in rural Saskatchewan.
Associated Mining Construction Inc. (AMC) is a rapidly growing organization with many opportunities for career growth and enrichment. We offer competitive compensation and growth opportunities.
- Preparing health and safety strategies and developing internal policy;
- Carrying out risk assessments and considering how risks could be reduced;
- Outlining safe operational procedures which identify and take account of all relevant hazards;
- Carrying out regular site inspections to check policies and procedures are being properly implemented;
- Planning practical and effective methods, both preventative and remedial, of promoting health and safety and safe working practices;
- Attending safety committee meetings;
- Negotiating with managers and operators to try to eliminate conflict between production and safety considerations;
- Making changes to working practices that are safe and comply with legislation;
- Leading in-house training with managers and employees about health and safety issues and risks;
- Keeping records of inspections findings and producing reports that suggest improvements;
- Keeping records of incidents and accidents and producing statistics for managers;
- Keeping up to date with new legislation and maintaining a working knowledge of all the Health and Safety legislation and any developments that affect the Saskatchewan mining industry;
- Liaising with regulatory bodies to ensure AMC is compliant with mandatory regulations;
- Carrying out accident investigations on site and producing subsequent reports and recommendations;
- Carrying out fire drills;
- Ensuring the safe installation of equipment;
- Managing and organizing the safe disposal of hazardous substances, e.g. asbestos;
- Advising on a range of specialist areas, e.g. fire regulations, hazardous substances, noise, safeguarding machinery and occupational diseases.
- Must have at least 3-4 years working in Health & Safety role in an underground environment
- Must have recognized Safety designation, such as NCSO or CRSP
- Training in the investigation of incidents
- Mine rescue training would be desirable
- Knowledge of Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety as well as Mining regulations
- Ability in Word, Excel, Power Point and preparing accurate reports in a timely manner
- This is a camp based job that works a 20 days on, 10 days off rotational schedule.
- Flights to and from site are provided.
We thank everyone for their interest, however only successful applicants will be contacted. This competition will remain open until a successful candidate is found.