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Safety Specialist (Industrial Experience Req.)

Location: Hamilton/Toronto, ON, Canada
Date Posted: 05-30-2019
As a Safety, Health and Environmental Specialist (SHE), you will implement safety, health and environmental (SHE) programs and procedures within the assigned facility in pursuit of a zero-incident culture, maintain best practices designed to enhance and improve regulatory compliance, as well as minimize industrial injuries/illness, workers' compensation costs, property damage and other general liability losses.                                              
Core Functions:
  • Implement organization Safety programs to ensure a safe, healthy and zero-incident work environment, including ensuring compliance with company safety policies by all staff, contractors and visitors.
  • Communicate safety issues, concerns & policy changes to all plant personnel, including conducting safety and/or regulatory training for facility personnel, visitors and/or contractors
  • Inspect assigned facility area(s) to ensure compliance with SHE policies and procedures and applicable local, state/provincial and federal rules and regulations
  • Provides documentation and oversight with site-specific regulatory programs, including but not limited to those deemed necessary by OSHA.
  • Responsible for the collecting, maintaining, and organizing regulatory records.                                                                            
  • Track injuries and equipment damage events.  
  • Assist management with accident investigations to identify causes and to determine how such accidents might be prevented in the future.
  • Support environmental sustainability throughout the assigned facility.
  • Provides support in enforcing policies and procedures to reduce or eliminate high potential exposures.
  • Provides support to the Loss Prevention Control inspection process at the facility, with emphasis on fire prevention and fire protection equipment.
  • Executes responses plans in the event of an environmental emergency.
  • Supports the implementation of Process Safety Management (PSM) programs at the assigned location with solvents, hydrogen, ammonia, and chlorine.
  • Coordinates worker’s compensation claims in conjunction with insurance companies or service companies.
  • Implements fire protection and security systems to protect property from loss.​​​​​​​
 
Skill/Experience Requirements:
  • Associate's degree in Occupational Safety, Environmental/Health Science, or closely related degree, or equivalent work experience required.
  • 2+ years of safety or environmental experience required
  • Demonstrated experience with improvements in safety, productivity, teamwork
  • Excellent listening, verbal and written communication skills required
  • Demonstrated success in the application of safety standards, compliance with safety regulations, and the promotion of a safe working environment
  • Good working knowledge of PC applications such as Word, Excel and Lotus Notes
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