The EHS Coordinator is responsible for the leadership and management of the CANA High Voltage environmental, health and safety program. He/she will interface with construction crews, engineers, contractors, as well as clients/owners and therefore must be able to communicate in an efficient manner. He/she will be responsible for promoting Environmental Protection and Health and Safety in the workplace.
KEY PERFORMANCE MEASURES:
Planning, scheduling, and organization of multiple construction projects which are on time and on budget, while maintaining quality, safety, and project team relationships.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:
This job specification should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards for the position. Incumbents may be required to perform any other related duties as may be requested by their supervisor/manager.
To effectively complete the responsibilities of this position, the candidate must be able to complete the following:
• Ongoing development and implementation of EH&S management system standards/policies/procedures/practices/rules;
• Monitor compliance to regulatory, project and client requirements and initiate corrective action;
• Interface with construction management, line supervisor, subcontractors, client EH&S personnel and other project stakeholders on EH&S;
• Train personnel on EH&S regulations, responsibilities and assessments;
• Conduct periodic EH&S audits/assessments;
• Administer EH&S record keeping and reporting systems;
• Facilitating/conducting accident/incident investigations;
• Support ISNetworld, Canqual and Canadian HSE data base requirements;
• Development of site specific Safety Management Plans, Emergency Response Plans, Subcontractor Orientations and Prime Contractor requirements;
• Maintain COR certification;
• Perform new employee safety orientations;
• Manage Construction Safety Training System (CSTS);
• Management of site specific WHMIS requirements (i.e. MSDS data);
• Train employees in TDG;
• Fleet Management;
• Performs other duties as required.
• Certified as a Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) or completed a recognized post-secondary Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) program;
• Minimum of five years of experience in the development and delivery of workplace safety & health initiatives and programs in an industrial construction environment;
• TDG Train the Trainer certification;
• High voltage electrical industry experience would be an asset;
• Excellent grasp of the English language (verbal and written);
• Excellent computer skills;
• Strong interpersonal skills as there is extensive customer contact;
• Must have a valid driver's license;
• Willingness to travel;
• Willingness to work overtime as required;
• Willingness to be On-Call;
• Professional conduct with both internal and external customers
• Demonstrate a commitment to all facets of the role; working towards the achievement of the company goals and objectives
• Awareness of policies and procedures and fellow team members within the organization.