The Health, Safety & ER Advisor will provide functional health, safety and emergency response support to the Rainbow Lake Business Unit, including the development and implementation of programs, procedures and training. This position will champion health, safety and emergency response through coaching and mentoring employees to develop commitment to and personal ownership of the clients programs.
CORE RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide coaching, mentoring and technical support to the Rainbow Lake Operations team in Health and Safety.
- Coordinate, lead or support assigned incident investigations, provide reports / presentations and help maintain the incident management database. Provide analysis and reports to identify areas for improvements.
- Conduct assurance activities within the field locations
- Provide support to the Calgary based team in development/improvements to the Management Systems
- Provide coaching, mentoring and technical support to the Rainbow Lake business unit in the area of Health, Safety and Emergency Response including interpretation, development and application of applicable procedures, practices, codes, standards, and regulations.
- Each advisor may be assigned responsibility for a primary focus area(s) or role(s) such as ERP/Security, Incident Management or Field Maintenance/Project Contractors. Advisors will be expected to provide coverage for other department members and take on tasks outside of their primary area of responsibility. Assignments may be rotated to promote both group and personal development.
- Support and assist with the on-going maintenance and updating of the site Health and Safety Policy and Procedures Manual and the site specific ERP. May include the drafting and development of new site policies, practices, procedures and programs.
- Support and assist the site Process Owner and Stewards for all HOIMS Elements.
- Coordinate, lead or participate in risk assessment processes such as HAZOP’s, Process Hazard Analysis studies, pre-job hazard assessments, field level risk assessment, safe work plans, etc. as required.
MUST HAVE QUALIFICATIONS:
A minimum of 3+ years in a Health, Safety, ER or related role
• Working knowledge of the Incident Command System (ICS)
• Working knowledge of and training in TapRoot or root cause failure analysis investigation techniques.
• Experience leading high consequence or high risk incident investigations
• Emergency response or incident command training
• OH&S Level 1/2
• Experience with Incident investigation methods (LOC/In, Tap Root, etc.), risk or hazard assessment processes
• Experience working in the Emergency Response / Dangerous Goods / HAZMAT sector is required
• Very good PC skills including Microsoft family of software, experience with corporate database applications
• Working knowledge of corporate standards, Occupational Health & Safety Act/Regulations, CSA regulations, other legislative requirements, industry standards and best practices
• Highly-developed communication, facilitation, public relations and coaching skills including the ability to present to large diverse groups
• Valid Driver’s License
NICE TO HAVE QUALIFICATIONS:
• Diploma or certificate program (i.e. health & safety, emergency response, industrial hygiene, environmental, petroleum technology
• Designation as a certified safety or emergency response professional (CRSP, CHESP, other, or a related technical certification in ER
• Experience in dealing with 3rd party local authorities and regulators (OHS, Transport Canada, RCMP, etc.) on such things as work site inspections, incident investigations, audits)
• 5+ years of industrial experience
• Experience and/or training as a Public Service Responder (firefighter, police officer, etc.) considered an asset
• Previous experience in plant or facility maintenance, construction, commissioning and start-up
• Familiarity and working knowledge of Transport Canada and TDG regulations
• Experience in developing and implementing new processes and procedures