CES is currently searching for an experienced Health and Safety Manager that can work in Canada and the United States. The chosen candidate will be required to manage safety and risk associated with construction projects and company operations.
In partnership with job site supervision, plan, lead and participate in job site safety meetings. Train, educate and ensure job site supervisors are capable of running safety meetings on their own.
Review and update monthly all site specific safety plans with the project teams.
Develop and ensure safe equipment operating techniques. Periodically check all machines and equipment to make sure they are in good condition.
Inspect, update and provide all safety and Labor and Industry posters for each job site and office.
Participate in pre-job safety meetings with subcontractors. Review all applicable documentation for completeness to ensure subcontractor can adequately execute their scope of work safely.
Follow up with subcontractor representatives to ensure proper disciplinary procedures are followed. Serves as principal source of information on health and safety issues to hold subcontractor accountable to submitted safety and quality programs.
Implement, inspect and maintain job site and office MSDS manuals. Train employees in MSDS procedures.
Provide and ensure compliance with information, signs, posters, barriers and other materials to warn of potential and actual safety hazards and to prevent access to hazardous conditions.
Work with injured workers to facilitate early return to full duty work responsibilities and to provide meaningful light duty transitional work opportunities.
Inspect organization facilities and job sites to detect existing potential accident and health hazards. Determine corrective or preventative measures, where indicated, assign responsibility and follow up to ensure the corrective measures have been implemented.
Conduct periodic safety inspections on all job sites to ensure safety procedures are in place.
Prepare study and analyses of industrial accident causes and hazards to health for use by company personnel and outside agencies. Make recommendations to resolve any deficiencies.
Access ways for reducing claim costs and increasing the retrospective premium refund (AGC Retrospective Rating Program for L & I premiums).
Record and compile data, update logs, monitor equipment and schedule maintenance.
Accept and review all Subcontractor job specific Safety Programs. Follow up on implementation and procedures as required.
Review new Subcontractor pre-qualification documentation to ensure they have an acceptable safety record and communicate with the appropriate team members of their acceptance or rejection.
3+ years of direct safety experience in the construction industry
Knowledge of Canada Safety laws and practices
Computer skills: Microsoft Office applications.
Leadership skills necessary to achieve objectives.
Strong written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate with all levels. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from employees, customers, regulatory agencies or members of the business community. Ability to effectively present information to top management, job site personnel, regulatory agencies and/or public groups.
Salary: $70K – $100K DOE. Must have US knowledge in order to qualify for $100K
Please send your resume to Laura@canadianexecutivesearch.com and please state your salary expectations