Health, Safety and Environment Specialist (Intermediate)

BGIS - Vancouver, BC (il y a 30+ jours)

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Job Field:
Health & Safety / Environment

Job Type:
Full-time

Building Location:
BGIS- Vancouver

Length of Assignment:
SUMMARY

The Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) Specialist develops, leads and executes health, safety and environment programs for assigned accounts and ensures ongoing compliance to all internal, and external and regulatory requirements to assist the account team in mitigating and managing environmental, health and safety-related risks and improving related performance. In addition, the Health, Safety, and Environment Specialist assists the Health, Safety, and Environment team in the development and deployment of health, safety, and environment management system and associated tools, processes and procedures according to applicable external management systems. The Health, Safety and Environment Specialist adopts a portfolio and systemic approach to implement the HSE management system, as well as interprets and advises on all HSE regulatory matters to ensure compliance with government legislation and industry standards.

KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Management

Develop, execute and govern health, safety and environment programs and promotes a high health, safety and environment culture for the assigned accounts
Provides guidance and advice to account and client team members on health, safety, and environment matters in accordance to all applicable internal and external requirements. Applies knowledge of related regulations
Collaborates with account teams to ensure team members are provided with adequate tools and resources to ensure the safe execution of work
Collaborates on a daily basis with the client subject matter expert to implement initiatives and provide feedback from various work streams including the Projects and Operations teams
Maintains health, safety, and environment management systems registration including but not limited to ISO 14001, CSA Z1000, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001. Conducts internal systems audit and executes annual re-registration process requirements
Achieves health, safety and environment objectives for assigned accounts
Develops, manages, improves and leads key performance indicators as related to HSE (LTIR, TRIR, Near Miss reports, Halocarbon leak reports, spills, etc.)
Develops and continuously improves health, safety and environment management system and associated processes and procedures according to applicable external management systems
Assists client with coordination of employee engagement initiatives (e.g. Waste Reduction Week, Earth Week) and corporate HSE events (e.g. NAOSH Week)
Manages multiple projects simultaneously with tight deadlines
Builds and promotes corporate HSE-culture

Program Execution

End to end program management, including vendor selection, managing purchase orders, budgeting, scheduling, receiving and reviewing reports (e.g. waste & recycling management programs, fuel storage system management, compliance program management such as radon or asbestos, pole storage yard compliance)
Play an important leadership role in overall performance of program execution including working with key stakeholders
Develops budget forecast (capital, expense) and manages costs to stay within budget
Audits vendors performance
Produces procurement documents (scope of work, legal and internal requirements, templates, KPI) in collaboration with Contract managers

Compliance Management

Monitors and enforces compliance to all internal and external health, safety and environment requirements
Conducts field inspections, job observations; health, safety and environment audits and other types of reviews to monitor compliance to health, safety and environment requirements and to identify risks
Communicates observations, non-compliance and risks to stakeholders, and provides and implements corrective and preventative measures to ensure compliance and mitigate risks
Ensure closure and successful completion of nonconformances
Prepares and submits compliance reports
Manages environmental, health and safety programs in compliance with the quality management framework
Other duties as assigned

Incident Investigation, Resolution & Reduction

Investigates and resolves incidents
Conducts root-cause analysis, identifies incident causes, and implements corrective and preventative measures
Tracks, records, maintains and reports incident data. Identifies and analyzes trends
Reviews and implements modifications to work plans, processes, procedures to reduce recurring incidents and improve health, safety and environment performance

Communication & Training

Develops and delivers health, safety and environment training to account and client team members
Develops and deploys health, safety and environment communication to account and client team members
Liaison with Authorities Having Jurisdiction to maintain compliance
Delivers training sessions for new/revised legislation that may impact business functions for various work streams
Regularly meets with senior client representatives

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS

College degree in Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Health & Safety
3 to 5 years of health, safety, and environment program execution work experience
Knowledge of health, safety and environment regulatory requirements
Knowledge of health, safety, and environment management systems
Strong program development and execution abilities
Advanced skills in English required
Ability to promote health, safety and environment programs and influence stakeholders to achieve health, safety and environment objectives
Ability to build and maintain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including client representatives at the senior to executive management level
Ability to investigate and resolve health, safety and environment incidents, conduct root cause analysis skills along with preventative and corrective measure implementation
Effective written communication skills
Knowledge of Facility management operations
Experience delivering health, safety and environment-related training
Ability to apply regulatory background and knowledge across various work streams
Ability to work in a cross-functional matrix environment
Travel as required
Availability to monitor HSE 24/7 Hazard Line

Licenses and/or Professional Accreditation

Safety:
Canadian Registered Safety Professional from Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals or equivalent

Registered ISO 45001 Compliance Auditor

Environment:
Environmental Professional (EP)

Registered ISO 14001 Compliance Auditor

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