Division : Employment duration : Temporary Employee Referral Bonus :
Position Objective :
As an integral part of the management team, this role leads the Health & Safety agenda, ensures compliance with all relevant legislation and regulations and manages the design, delivery, and standardization of the Environmental Health & Safety programs for the company.
Working as a representative of Michels and a key member of a Design-Build Joint Venture (DBJV) team on a project recently awarded to Michels Canada and its partner.
Duration : 2 Years+
Location : Vancouver, British Columbia.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities :
Is a full-time employee who fulfills the duties of the qualified coordinator under the British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety Regulations;
Maintain the name of the qualified person(s) designated to be responsible for that employer's site health and safety activities;
Design, implement and oversee the Occupational Health and Safety Program;
Act as the sole representative and single point of contact for the Prime Contractor with respect to health and safety matters at the site;
Develop, complete and manage documentation and procedures with respect to sign-in / sign-out, mustering protocol
Participates in incident investigation and root-cause analysis of environmental, health and safety incidents, conducts, reviews, and communicates results of Investigations;
Conduct Hazard Assessments, through task analysis, risk assessments and workplace inspections; Recommending and / or implementing corrective action;
Liaise with external agencies including WorkSafe BC;
Ensure that all injury claims are handled as per best practices and on a timely basis;
Maintains and communicates upgrades of H.S.E. Policies and Procedures to managers, and business leaders. Makes sure policies and procedures are developed, updated, implemented, and followed;
Participate in the subcontractor management process;
Responsible for implementation of project orientation and safety-related training for both mandated and site-specific topics;
Drive continuous improvement of programs through the development of action plans based on analysis of data, review of incidents, risks, and feedback from employees.
Required Qualifications :
At least five (5) years performing HSE duties and responsibilities listed above in heavy civil construction experience within the last ten (10) years.
Participation in a project with a Water Treatment Plant (WTP / WWTP)
Candidate must be local or willing to relocate to project location in Vancouver, British Columbia
Must be willing to work flexible hours and shifts
Must have a valid driver’s license with a safe driving record
Possess strong computer skills : Proficiency in MS Office including MS Word, MS Excel, and PowerPoint
Professional certifications required - Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP)®
Degree or diploma in a related field i.e HSE or OH&S
Excellent communication skills in both verbal and written formats
Competencies : Action Oriented
Timely Decision Making
Drive For Results
Developing Direct Reports and Others