NAC is currently seeking a full time HSE Officer to join our Safety team, local to our $180M M&E project in Winnipeg, MB (Water Pollution Control Centre).
Reporting to the Corporate HSE Manager, the HSE Officer’s role is to work in cooperation with project management to achieve safety related goals & objectives and ensure a safe working environment. Act as a coach/mentor/facilitator to assist management in fulfilling their safety related responsibilities. Develop and implement the project safety plan. Conduct inspections and incident investigations and ensure corrective actions are completed.
Liaise with Project Management on a daily basis so as to foster, promote and develop a positive safety culture within NAC. Monitor and enforce safety adherence to company HSE Management System by all employees as well as subcontractors. Provide safety training as required. Maintain a high level of safety awareness and performance at work sites. Investigates all incidents and near misses. Liaise with Health Claims Coordinator to facilitate Return to Work Program when required. Assist in the ongoing review of risk assessments and safe working practices. Facilitate the provision of and maintenance of records in relation to all Project HSE training including WHMIS, toolbox talks, orientations Complete all daily, weekly HSE documentation /record keeping requirements as directed within the HSE Management system, including maintaining computerized program. Other duties as required. Willingness to relocate to other NAC projects in future, if required. Working hours will reflect project operational requirements. This position will involve office and field work.
Minimum of a Diploma/Degree in Occupational Health and Safety or equivalent. A minimum of 3-5 years progressive work experience in the construction industry (heavy civil projects preferred). Knowledge of Provincial Health & Safety legislation and standards. Familiarity with municipal projects involving heavy civil, mechanical and electrical works is a required asset. Work respectfully and cooperatively with others; establishing and maintaining strong relationships with internal and external partners; being inclusive, encouraging participation of all members Proficient computer software skills (Microsoft Office platform). Superior leadership, communication and interpersonal skills in dealing with a diverse range of individuals. Requires strong written and oral communication skills Valid WHMIS and First Aid are required. Willing to travel with NAC throughout Canada
Competitive compensation Opportunities for career growth, development and advancement, including financial assistance Comprehensive benefit plan (dental, vision, health, etc.) Employee & Family Assistance Program Excellent company matched pension plan Registered Retirement Savings Plans Additional time off between Christmas and New Year’s Day Community involvement opportunities Friendly working environment Numerous team activities and various company events