HSE Coordinator

Job description


Caron Equipment Inc. is seeking HSE Coordinators (Health, Safety and Environmental) at a project site near Gogama, Ontario to work on a rotational basis. Reporting to the HSE Lead on the project, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to provide HSE support on a major project.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain the effectiveness of the HSE management system and providing support to its application on the project

  • Ensuring compliance with legislation, policies, guidance, and best practices across the project

  • Assisting in the development of Safe Work Plans, Hazard Assessments, Emergency Planning, etc.

  • Assist in ensuring that the workforce is provided with the tools and knowledge to allow them to work within the safe operating envelope of legislation, procedures, and competence

  • Highlight HSE issues, make recommendations and/or provide coaching (based on reports, audits, and incident analysis) that will be implemented to enhance HSE performance

  • Provide field level HSE support, guidance, and leadership

  • Examine HSE trends and proposing actions to prevent recurrence of incidents, accidents, and near-misses

  • Participate, and if required facilitate in Root Cause Analysis of incidents

  • Working in conjunction with local project HSSE teams to create a positive safety culture

  • Establish a working relationship with subcontractor representatives, ensuring an adequate interface with Caron Supervision in matters related to HSE

  • Building a culture of personal accountability where safe behaviours are reinforced, and at-risk behaviours are challenged

  • Coordinating production and distribution of all HSSE statistical information for the projects/office on a monthly, quarterly, annual, and ad-hoc basis and undertaking data analysis in order to identify project safety trends

  • Coordinating HSSE training sessions, maintaining training records, and communicating reporting expectations

  • Support the coordination of environmental issues

Skills / Qualifications

  • Minimum 2 years of HSE advisory experience on medium to large scale, heavy industrial projects

  • Due to the large percentage of time spent in the field, candidates must be able to perform physical activities such as extended periods of walking in areas of uneven ground conditions in varying environmental conditions, climbing stairs, scaffolds and ladders, entering confined spaces and excavations. Additionally, extended periods of time are spent driving around the construction footprint in a four-wheel drive pick-up truck over varying, sometimes very rough terrain with frequent need to access/egress vehicle to check on status of work

  • Recognized Safety Certification by accredited association is preferable

  • Strong understanding of the Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulations 213/854

  • Strong skills in MS Word/Excel/Outlook/PowerPoint/PDF

If you believe you have the necessary knowledge, experience and enthusiasm to succeed in this position, then we would like to hear from you.

 

Job Types

12 hrs/day Full-time, Contract w. potential for permanent position

Salary

$75,000.00-$90,000.00 per year

Job Type

Full-time, Permanent

COVID-19 considerations
Access to the project site requires full covid-19 vaccination.