Field Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator

Job Title: Field Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Fort St. John, Canada
Salary: CAD70 - CAD80 per hour
Start Date: 2019-03-28
Reference: BH-105260
Contact Name: Jessica Harper
Contact Email:
Job Published: March 28, 2019 19:48

Job Description

NES Global Talent is a leading global technical recruitment company providing professional contract and permanent staff to a diverse world-wide client base within the oil & gas Industry. Our client, is currently seeking a Field EHS Coordinator contract role (likely will transition to staff). The role is based in Fort Saskatchewan on a 5/2. Individuals must be local or have their own accommodations as no LOA will be given. 


Job Responsibilities 

- Directs, plans, establishes, and implements a variety of occupational health, safety, environmental loss prevention programs to assure the highest possible degree of safety for employees and contractors.

-Ensure all resources, policies and procedures are kept current.

-Continued implementation of Client's internal inspection program, contractor management program and orientation program.

-Participate in project kick off meetings, work with PC representatives to improve their EHS understanding and performance.

-Audit contractors to ensure their EHS systems are fully implemented.

-Participate in the Hazard id and Formal Level Hazard Assessment programs with all area’s of the company.

-Inspection of wellsite, facility, construction, drilling and completion sites.

- Provides expertise, guidance & support to the Field & Area teams in the area of Regulatory Compliance. 

-Participation in and implementation of the safety meeting program.

-Conducts incident investigations as necessary.

-Act as a company liaison with area regulatory agencies.

- Coordinates Accident and Incident Investigations as required.

-Maintains training requirements for employees and contractors.

- Coordinates required response to Regulatory inspections.

- Assist in the development and maintenance of Corporate, Facility, and Well- specific Emergency Response Plans.   Contact for Emergency Response call downs.


- Individuals should have a minimum of 5 years oil and gas experience specializing in the field of Environment Health and Safety.

- Preference will be given to CRSP, CRST or other professional designation however it is not a requirement.


Minimum training requirements:

TDG                               WHMIS                           H2S Alive

Wildlife Awareness       NORM awareness          Confined Space Awareness

Ground Disturbance Awareness                         Incident Investigation