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Regional Safety Advisor of Southern Alberta (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 March 2014
Tasks involved: Promote and coach compliance with Tervia’s Corporate Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) program “Safety matters in all that we do” at the field level Ensure operational compliance with client requirements and provincial OH&S regulations Be cognizant of and adhere to any site specific safety requirements Partake in all safety related meetings including: daily tail gates, weekly safety meetings, site specific safety plans (SSSP), per-work hazard assessments, job hazard assessments (JHA) Support: Spend time in the field working with supervisors and employees – coach them on safety related activities Provide support during the investigations (Tap Root) incidents and near misses while ensuring proper follow up and implementation of corrective actions Provide support and steward to Project Managers and Senior Management on Health and Safety related activities WCB information for project managers, supervisors and customers, as requested Assist the project management team with the safety advise when bidding on projects
Managing Health and Safety: Administer Tervita’s Disability Management Program and coordinate WCB activities, as required Assist in maintaining safety equipment, documents and manuals Conduct internal and external safety audits Assist in maintaining OH&S record keeping system, including tracking of incidents / accidents, training, trending and statistics Provide assistance in creating, maintaining and update Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Where required, coordination of PPE supplies by working with localmore... suppliers
Reporting: Complete initial Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) claims reports Report and investigate incidents and near misses while ensuring proper follow up and implementation of corrective actionsless
Attendant (Current Employee) – Fort St. John, BC – 3 March 2018
company used to care. but now they dont, they dont care for your safety and they will straight up tell you how bad of a person you are. they dont treat anyone equally, they punish you for refusing unsafe work. they wont give you a raise in 5 years. they like too assume youre perfect while they are not, and if you mess up being perfect you will pay for it. hurt your back? to bad go do heavy lifting. bad knee? too bad.