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Location: Fort McMurray, AB
Posting Date: August 08, 2017
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Job Type: Full Time / Hourly
Reporting to the Corporate HSE Manager, and working closely with the site management, this position provides guidance and direction to all site workers including project management, employees, and subcontractors with respect to corporate and client safety policies, practices, procedures, and legislative requirements. The Safety Advisor will be seen as a go-to for all things safety and as such, will walk the talk and exemplify the values of Morgan with Safety at the top.
RESPONSIBILITIES : • Conducts corporate and field level orientation for employees and subcontractors • Participates and leads safety meetings as required • Encourages and promotes a safe work culture with a positive attitude and team centric approach • Monitors the performance of work and ensures conformance to Morgan’s Safe Work Practices and Procedures • Works with employees, foremen, supervisors and management to identify potential hazards on the work site • Performs various levels of worksite inspections, attests, and audits, and follows through with appropriate levels of coaching and support for all corrective actions • Proactively identifies leading indicators and trends in the field and communicates the same back to the field and corporate • Investigates incidents and near misses with foremen and other key management • Communicates established policies, practices and procedures to workers and remain informed on changes provided from the Corporate HSE Manager • Continuously considers opportunities in the safety management program bringing innovative, industry leading best practices and initiatives to the forefront for consideration
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES • Advanced knowledge of OH&S regulations • Intermediate proficiency in MS Office suite of programs • Demonstrated skills in establishing and maintaining positive relationships with internal/external individuals • Excellent communication, both written and verbal skills • Demonstrated Ability to work independently, show initiative, establish and prioritize tasks • Ability to stand and walk over various terrain for periods of time • Ability to lift and carry up to 25lbs from a low, waist and shoulder height • Ability to work various work schedules as required
REQUIREMENTS • Must have a minimum of 5 years Safety Advisory experience in heavy equipment or civil construction industry • High school diploma with relevant post-secondary education is an asset. • NCSO designation is required at a minimum • Alberta First Aid certification is mandatory • CSTS and Ground Disturbance is required • Must be willing to travel throughout Western Canada
All applicants are thanked for their interest, however only those who are selected will be contacted.
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Phone: (780) 960-6966