As the Health & Safety Coordinator, you will work under the direction of the Director, Quality, Environment, Health & Safety (QuESH), and responsible for administration and day to day functions of the Edmonton facility health and safety program.
Duties and Responsibilities
The incumbent will undertake any or all of the following:
- Manage the current health & safety program
- Ensure compliance of the company safety program, and the provincial occupational health and safety regulation(s)
- Develop, in conjunction with management and workers, site specific safety and environmental procedures and policies as required.
- Develop and deliver onsite Safety Orientations and Training programs for new and existing site personnel
- Maintain personnel records and training matrix as relating to health & safety
- Schedule and conduct meetings for the Joint Health and Safety Committee, including preparation of agenda and minutes
- Be actively involved with day to day site safety management including work site safety inspections including appropriate and thorough follow-up
- Administer the site WHMIS program
- Recommend changes to continuously improve safety programs, procedures and processes
- Prepare and display safety: policies, posters, reports and initiatives
- Working with team leads and managers to ensure PPE is used correctly by everyone on the job site
- Track all personnel injuries, property damage, near misses, special conditions
- Work with site supervisors and managers to investigate, prepare, and action all accidents/incidents
- Monitor and track all WCB cases, claims, return to work instructions and modified duty programs
- Prepare all site and project safety reports, monthly reports including ISNetworld etc.
- Inform site managers/supervisors of safety concerns, legislative changes, corporate policies and safety procedures related to specific departments
- Formal education and/or training in Health and Safety: CSRP, NCSO, Environmental Studies or other equivalent qualifications.
- A minimum 5 years industrial, on-site experience, machining/manufacturing background is an asset.
- Strong knowledge of all relevant and applicable health and safety legislation including: Occupational Health and Safety Act, WCB, Alberta PIR, COR etc.
- Excellent communication skills - both verbal and written with strong presentation skills in order to present information effectively
- Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint with excellent investigative, administrative, analytical, report writing and record keeping skills
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