Primary responsibilities of this role will be to provide expertise and support to the Toronto Brewery in the H&S areas.
This includes day to day administration of Health & Safety programs to ensure outstanding performance and compliance with governmental regulations.
The successful candidate will act as H&S expert to support the EHS Manager to assist the Brewery in improving H&S performance and ensuring that the operations meet or exceed all applicable legislation, regulations, by-laws and company standards.
You will be responsible to design programs, implement them and work in a unionized environment. You will help lead and facilitate the Health & Safety Process in the Brewery to continuously improve our safety performance.
This is a visible leadership position in a fast paced and dynamic environment.
Conduct internal training for : Accident / Incident Investigation Planned Inspections Management / New Employees and Contractor Orientation Critical Task Analysis Working at heights awareness Task Observation Respirator training and fit testing Emergency response procedures for Brewery Emergency Response Team
Assess quality of Accident Investigations and follow-up
Conduct Hazard Assessments.
Conduct Engineering and Change Management Reviews
Conduct Critical Task Analysis
Conduct staff and hourly Training Needs Analysis
Coordinate Industrial Hygiene Reviews and testing (i.e. Noise Chemical exposures Lighting ergonomics Radiation Safety)
Liaise with the Ministry of Environment (MOE) and the Ministry of Labour (MOL) on behalf of the company, as required.
Assume job duties of EH&S Manager when absent.
Support the plant nurse with WSIB / WCB claims whenever needed.
Act as co-chair of the Joint Health and Safety Committee.
Alternate member of Crisis Management Team and The Brewery Management Team.
Support the implementation of WCSC 2.0.
Be a coach for employee mindset & behaviours on the shop floor.
If You Have the Following We Want To Hear From You!
Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Engineering, or other appropriate technical discipline
4-7 yrs. safety experience with OSHA, CSHO (manufacturing environment, food and beverage industry is an asset),
CRSP or similar designation would be an asset
Ability to solve problems, influence and communicate ideas to affect change in behaviour’s
Working knowledge of Health and Safety Legislation, safe work procedures and best practices
Takes accountability for achieving exceptional business results with a sense of urgency.
Strong background of driving change in a unionized environment.
Strong coaching / facilitating / communication skills with the ability to communicate complex or sensitive information
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
At Molson Coors we seek diversity. Differing perspectives lead to challenging the expected, which keeps new ideas bubbling up.
We’re an equal opportunity employer and invite applications from candidates from all backgrounds, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic.
We take pride in celebrating our unique brew.