The Coordinator, HSE works as part of a multi-disciplinary team to provide Management and Front-line Supervision client groups with guidance and support for the continual implementation and monitoring of the Strike Health, Safety and Environment Management System and related standards. This position requires a strong collaborative working style within at the respective project sites, with a focus on activities at the work face.
Employees are expected to support and participate in a “culture of safety”, adhere to and be ambassadors of Strike’s Code of Conduct and Values, and to treat others with dignity, respect and fairness.
Assist operations management and employees with HSEMS and Safe Work Manuals
Develop and test emergency response plans (ERP) and Site Specific Safety Plans (SSSP)
Work with manager and superintendent on daily basis to coordinate activities such as SSSPs, pre-job HIACs, site visits/inspections, incident reports and other daily HSE matters
Organize, prepare and contribute to regular safety meetings
Assist in the development of and then communicate and train on safe job procedures, safe work practices, and codes of practice
Assist with worker injury resolution, modified work programs and WCB claims management
Administer, review, mentor, analyze/trend and follow up on safety observation cards (SOC) on a regular basis
Monitor near misses and assist operational leaders to address, corresponding with severity
Assist and advise on hazard identification, assessment and control (HIAC)
Support the implementation and execution of Strike’s Alcohol & Drug policy and program. This typically involves, but is not limited to, coordinating testing and transportation of worker(s) to testing facilities.
Assist in coordination of online training delivered through Strike eSchool
Maintain material safety data sheets (MSDS) inventory in hardcopy and electronic format
Conduct safety activities, worksite inspections and safety observations. Assist with coaching where necessary
Participate in contractor management health and safety assessments
Assist in general site safety management, inspect and provide safety assistance for duration of project/field job
Monitor and inventory PPE and safety supplies and assist in procurement
Coordinate and oversee the inspection and maintenance of safety equipment and PPE including items such as atmospheric monitors, harnesses, fire extinguishers, etc.
Assist in the preparation of pre-job meetings and facilitate when required
Lead or assist in incident investigations
Coordinate/audit/train NSC requirements and activities
Assist with trending statistics, reporting and tracking
Assume a leadership role in ensuring the timeliness, thoroughness and accuracy of data/workflow process within the incident management system
Participate in contractor management assessments (pre-qualification, field evaluation, post-job assessment)
Conduct and/or coordinate driver evaluations as part of the FSJM program
Advise management teams on training requirements and provide ongoing training status
Maintain on-site presence and offer staff support, coaching, in adhering to Strike’s HSEMS
Conduct on-site orientation of new employees, ISPs, and subcontractors. In certain projects/jobs assist with the delivery and confirm site specific orientations are being completed
Train and coach additional HSE personnel (i.e. Site HSE Coordinator, Administrator) per organizational and/or BU needs
Train staff on proper use of safety equipment and accompanying documentation
Train staff on HIAC process and the use of HIAC tools (forms, relevant documentation)
POSITION LOCATION/ TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
Must be willing to travel to and work at various project sites across Alberta and Saskatchewan
Completion of an occupational health and safety program from a recognized post-secondary institution
At a minimum, holds a certificate or other formal education in Occupational Health and Safety from a recognized educational institution or certification body
Preference will be given to those with professional designations (e.g. CRSP, CSP, etc.)
Minimum of 10 years of heavy industry/construction experience, of which a minimum of 3 years in a full time HSE role
Experience dealing with environmental monitoring and management considered an asset
Knowledge & Skills
Adept at WCB claims management
Knowledge of Environmental regulations and management
Proficient in OHS legislation in multiple jurisdictions
Developed analytical thinking and problem-solving skills
Capable of participating in and facilitating group meetings
Exemplary professional verbal and written communication skills
Excellent organizational and time management skills
Meticulous record-keeping skills
Capable of working independently with minimal direction
Possesses an eye for detail
Proactively seeks and accomplishes tasks that lead to a safe, efficient, and productive work environment
Capable of developing and maintaining strong business relationships with internal and external customers
Having MS Office Training for Excel and Word as well as an understanding of Share Drives, SharePoint, ect would be considered an asset
Who we are
Strike Group is a Canadian company with locations in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Strike Group has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies since 2007, and in 2013 was awarded Contractor of the Year by Alberta Venture.
At Strike we demonstrate leadership, drive, creativity and initiative and reward people for their commitment, energy, enthusiasm and results. We treat others as we wish to be treated and, most importantly, ensure that every employee goes home safe.
Why work for us
Strike encourages and supports professional development through education and mentorship. We offer comprehensive benefits, competitive wages, and opportunities for career growth. We support the communities where we live and the Strike team that makes those communities thrive.