Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Coordinator

Miller Paving Limited - Greater Toronto Area, ON (30+ days ago)

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Be responsible for conducting health and safety orientations (for employees and sub-contractors), performing work site inspections, and investigating incidents and injuries/claims
Plan for, coordinate and conduct, health and safety training including but not limited to: orientations, WHMIS, CPR/First Aid, and specialized training (if possible)
Escalate health, safety, or environmental issues to site/project leads and/or divisional managers
Monitor employees and subcontractors on site for compliance to safety procedures, regulatory requirements, and management system elements
Proactively identify and prevent hazardous situations and communicate situations to site management
Provide coaching and support on health and safety requirements to the project managers, supervisors, foremen and workers related to HSE
Develop, maintain and continually improve HSE programs and processes and support the management system
Provide required monthly safety performance reports to management, identify trends, recommend initiatives to reduce incidents and improve prevention initiatives
Act as the Primary HSE contact and liaison for operations
Manages relationships with key clients, including both internal and external stakeholders on HSE-related matters

Knowledge of COR requirements, driver training programs, transportation sector
Four to seven years of practical health and safety experience – on-site expertise in construction environment preferred
Post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree in either Occupational Health and Safety, or working towards one – would be considered an asset
Knowledge of Ontario’s Certificate of Recognition (COR) and possessing auditor qualifications and experience will be given preference
You are experienced in working on a large scale construction sites and projects
Knowledgeable in Occupational Health and Safety legislation, along with the construction, industrial, and mining regulations
Knowledgeable in Environmental Compliance legislation and the general management of waste, water, air, chemicals, etc., related to the construction, industrial and mining operations
Proficiency in computer software; solid Microsoft Office skills are required
You have the ability to influence others to follow safety practices, procedures, and regulations
Exceptional interpersonal and solid communication skills are necessities to being successful in this role
Ability to meet deadlines under pressure
Solid organizational and planning skills with ability to delegate or escalate to management when required
Self-directed, takes initiative, and is able to perform as part of a team
Candidates must possess strong work ethic
Valid Drivers’ License
Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends

Unsolicited resumes from staffing firms will not be accepted. We will contact candidates selected for an interview. Accommodations are available upon request.