Reporting to the Project Specific Manager, the EHS coordinator will be responsible for supporting Milestone’s Health & Safety Program of a large ($100M) multi‐year (4+) environmental remediation and construction project. Assist in developing and delivering required training programs as may be required of the project. Assist Supervisors in EHS orientation of new employees; update and train existing employees as required. Regular participation in client and other project meetings is required. Participate in incident investigations in a timely manner as required. Ensure HSE compliance with applicable Federal, Provincial Acts, Codes and Regulations.
- Reads, understands and follows MECI’s Corporate Health and Safety Program, Policy and Procedures.
- Have a working knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Act rules and regulations.
- Communicate effectively with MECI’s safety personnel and disseminate pertinent safety information to the project team and subcontractors.
- Reviews and understands project related subcontracts.
- Acts as liaison with Construction Manager, subcontractors, and client to ensure construction activities support project requirements.
- Coordinates and implements all aspects of the Milestone EHS program as it applies to various site activities in accordance with the, provincial and other regulatory agencies.
- Works cooperatively with all EHS team members and site supervision to promote an HSE culture.
- Creates continuous improvements and is pro-active EHS management cycle.
- Implement site specific workplans and continually audit their effectiveness against project specifications to ensure quality and accuracy of work completed.
- Ensures health and safety is considered in the performance of all activities; adapting to various work environments and business activity.
- Communicates all-important EHS related matters immediately to the Regional EHS Manager and project management team.
- Post-secondary education in a related, NCSO / CRSP designation or equivalent preferred or ability to acquire within established timelines; other related designations desirable.
- Experience and Knowledge in remediation would be an asset.
- A minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in a similar role or related construction activity supervision/management.
- Must be an adept communicator, willing to share experience and knowledge, capable of mentoring and leading supervisors and workers to EHS due diligence using a collaborative and flexible approach.
- Minimum of good understanding of Federal and provincial regulations and other regulatory authorities.
- Previous experience in WCB/WSIB applications, ESRTW program implementation.
- Comprehensive heavy construction experiences is a must, previous experience in heavy equipment activity related to construction or oil and gas activity preferred.
Field office. Outdoor work.
Port Hope, Ontario
To be discussed with potential applicants.
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