As energy availability becomes increasingly critical, there’s no end to the scope and significance of your work — and to where it can take you at Stantec. Every day, we’re problem-solving and collaborating on projects that are as challenging as they are impactful. Whether designing a transformational cross-country pipeline, optimizing facilities, verifying the safety and reliability of an asset, or in the field overseeing construction projects, you’ll be joining a team of recognized industry experts on work that’s critical to our clients and our communities. The Oil & Gas industry is changing — and we’re helping clients stay ahead of the change. Join a team that’s working together with industry to deliver innovation for the long term on some of the most important and interesting projects around the world.
Reporting to the HSSE Manager, the Field Safety Inspector will be assigned to the jobsite and will be responsible for overseeing project Health and Safety compliance to the applicable acts, codes, regulations and project Health and Safety Management Plans through the continuous monitoring of work activities. This role includes maintaining communication with the Chief Inspector/Construction Coordinators, Client Safety Team, Field Safety Inspectors and contractor supervision.
We are looking to fill this position for opportunities in Alberta and British Columbia.
Your Key Responsibilities
Follow and provide HSSE support for Stantec personnel in line with Stantec HSSE program. Work cooperatively with corporate HSSE personnel to reach Stantec HSSE goals.
Provide Safety inspection services on behalf of the project management team. This includes but not limited to:
Actively monitor and influence contractors’ work progress to ensure compliance with Project HS expectations.
Ensuring contractors, vendors, and visitors are trained and orientated to the project and follow procedures which shall prevent injury, illness, or property damage.
Ensuring the contractor maintains adequate safety supplies, equipment, and personnel that are trained to use them.
Ensuring personnel have and are wearing the required personal protective equipment (PPE) and clothing.
Ensuring that proper tools, equipment, and materials are available and used in a manner for which they were designed.
Ensuring all activities in the area of an identified health or safety problem cease, until it is resolved.
Ensuring sub-contractor(s) is familiar with any relevant safety requirements prior to arrival on site.
Assist the project supervision, management and leadership in all matters of safety.
Complete focused inspections as directed by the Lead Health and Safety personnel.
Accompany and assist any safety authority representatives on jobsite inspections.
Ensure incidents are effectively managed and investigated, including the review and transmittal of incident reports in line with project and Stantec expectations.
Participate in the following activities:
Formal HSSE inspection
Contractor safety meetings
Daily tool box talks
Support Stantec internal project processes, requirements and audit activities
Maintain HSSE administration files for documents, such as:
HSSE assurance processes (audits, inspections, hazard IDs, etc.)
Contractor safety meetings
Orientation and training
Safety Meeting Minutes
Incident reports and review meeting minutes
Emergency Preparedness and Response Drills Check Lists
Safe Work Permits
Job Safety Analysis
Ground disturbance check list
Plan and organize safety reports. Write fact based reports that could become public record.
Maintain leading and lagging indicator performance tracking.
Issue HSSE bulletins pertaining to relevant matters.
Your Capabilities and Credentials
Excellent organizational, planning and implementing skills.
Strong presentation, written, and verbal communication skills with the ability to clearly convey information to a variety of audiences.
Ability to solve complex problems using sound professional judgment, creativity and innovation.
Able to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines.
Advanced skills in use of Microsoft (MS) Office Suite and in-field digital platforms.
Ability to work in remote locations and move to various project sites as required.
Education and Experience
Degree or Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety.
Professional Health and Safety Designation (CSP, CRSP, CMIOSH) preferred.
Minimum certified as National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO).
Minimum of 10 years experience in Oil and Gas or heavy industrial construction environment.
Valid Standard CPR and First Aid Certificate.
Position will work in office and field setting. Visits construction sites and works in outside weather conditions.
Independent Contract Position, must have a vehicle that meets project standards and complete any task based training as directed by Stantec at own expense. This may include Fall Protection, Confined Space, Ground Disturbance, H2S Alive etc.
This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice.
Stantec is a place where the best and brightest come to build on each other’s talents, do exciting work, and make an impact on the world around us. Join us and redefine your personal best.
Job: Construction Management/Coordination
Primary Location: Canada-Alberta-Edmonton
Other Locations: Canada-Saskatchewan, Canada-Ontario, Canada-Alberta, Canada-British Columbia
Employee Status: Contract
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Travel: Yes, 75 % of the Time
Req ID: 2000000R