Competition #: HR19-0033
At Fort McKay Group of Companies LP we are committed to ensuring "no harm" to our most valuable asset – people. We hope to achieve this by: promoting personal safety amongst the workforce; striving for excellence in Safety Performance by making continuous improvement an essential component of our Health, Safety & Environment management systems; we believe the safety is everyone's responsibility and can only be achieved through the active participation of everyone within the organization. We are devoted to making "Safety… Our Way of Life".
Fort McKay Group of Companies LP is currently recruiting for an experienced Intermediate HSE Advisor for Fort McKay Strategic Services LP, HS&E Division. The HSE Advisor will work closely with the department managers and assist with safety related administrative tasks as well as attend team meetings and other meetings as requested. The incumbent is to conduct all activities in a manner that supports the mission the vision and values of Fort McKay Group of Companies LP. This is a temporary position lasting approximately one (1) year, located north of Fort McMurray, AB.
The Fort McKay Group of Companies LP is an equity employer and qualified applicants of aboriginal ancestry may be given first consideration in any hiring decision. If you wish to receive consideration under the equity principles in our Hiring and Recruitment Policy you must declare your aboriginal status in your application.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Conducting Field Tours, Worker Observations and Work Site Safety Inspections
Investigate incidents, near misses, and hazardous conditions. Complete incident causation analysis, develop, implement and follow up on corrective actions
Attend toolbox meetings, pre-job planning/kick offs, monthly safety meetings, weekly client and HSE team meetings
Create and conduct safety meetings
Create procedures, accept Standards and ensure they are compliant with OHS & client standards
Participate in Audits
Quality check, count and file operations documentation then update site based statistics
Take lead in creating Job Safety Analysis and perform updates as conditions and processes change
Maintain a working knowledge of current OH&S legislation, Federal and Provincial laws as well as company standards and policies
Provide mentoring to workers and leaders in maintaining safe work habits and practices
Participate and contribute with ongoing procedural, policy and other documentation development and updates as required
HSE Advisors are responsible for making immediate interventions on unsafe acts
5-8's schedule; days only
Minimum Qualifying Requirements:
High School Diploma or GED required
NCSO Certification, OH&S Certificate or Diploma course (minimum requirement is enrollment in the program) is required
Minimum one (1) year of experience is required
One (1) to three (3) years of experience in mining and process operation
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office- including Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook
Valid class five (5) or up Alberta driver's license and clean drivers abstract
Valid CSO certification (or combination of CSTS and OSSA or BSO) is required
Must be physically/mentally fit and have the ability to safely drive in mining atmospheres alone
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal, problem- solving, and listening skills
Must be legally eligible to work in Canada
Working conditions will range from office environments to outside work in varying conditions and temperatures including driving in mine based environments. The HSE Advisor should be prepared for extreme weather conditions and will possess the essential PPE to work in these environments.