Griffin Wheel has an immediate opening for an Environmental Health & Safety Supervisor in the Winnipeg, MB location.
For over a century, the Griffin® Wheel brand has been at the forefront in wheel design, manufacturing innovation, and reliability.
Now an integral part of Amsted Rail®, Griffin® is making an even stronger commitment to industry-leading safety and innovation.
The Environmental Health & Safety Supervisor is responsible for the coordination of the day-to-day regulatory and administrative environmental activities necessary to ensure compliance with all Manitoba Environmental requirements.
In addition to being fully responsible for all environmental activities, there are also significant occupational health and safety responsibilities associated with this role.
Including but not limited to coordination and execution of safety training, hazard identification, assessment and mitigation, maintenance of the safety management system, ensuring occupational health screening of all workers as it relates to fibro genic dusts, noise and ergonomics.
What you will do :
Perform daily, weekly, monthly, etc. inspections of various environmental sensitive operations / areas.
Arrange and track the disposal of hazardous, solid, liquid wastes and recyclable materials.
Collect samples of liquid and solid wastes for analysis.
Prepare periodic regulatory compliance reports as required.
Maintain regulatory required plans as required.
Report, with the assistance of General Office personnel, accidental releases to the appropriate governmental agencies.
Maintain radiation safety program, asbestos and emergency management plans.
Assist in regulatory inspections (both environmental and safety) and environmental compliance audits and follow-up as required.
Assist with projects for environmental equipment additions or replacement to maintain regulatory compliance.
Provide regulatory review for equipment installation or production modification.
Conduct environmental awareness training as required.
Attend environmental training sessions as necessary to maintain skills to meet primary function.
Identify environmental improvement opportunities and participate in implementation of improvement.
Interact with Manitoba Conservation representatives as required in a professional manner to foster and maintain sound relations.
Understand applicable regulations and identify implications of any rule development or modification.
Organize and maintain all necessary documentation for above items.
Minimum Qualifications :
Degree in Environmental / Environmental affairs, Chemistry, Biology, Safety or related field preferred.
A minimum of 2 years of experience in a manufacturing environment preferred.
Environmental or Safety designation preferred.
Ability to interpret and understand regulatory related documents.
Ability to manage projects