About this role
- Responsible for all Transportation and on site emergency response planning and training, including Transcaer, Chlorep and on site emergency response.
- Provides guidance and facilitates a collaborative approach to site management on implementation of EHS programs in order to reduce accidents, injuries, and environmental releases.
- Become familiar with client’s Environmental, Health, Safety & Security (EHS) policies and procedures.
- Immediately report all EHS incidents (injuries, near misses, releases).
- Complete all required EHS training in a timely fashion.
- Follow all facility and corporate EHS procedures and practices.
- Attend and actively participate in facility EHS meetings and forums that will drive employee involvement.
- Provide feedback and suggestions for EHS program improvement.
- Develop job safety analysis and safe working plans.
- Develop and communicate the client’s Environmental, Health Safety & Security (EHS) policies and procedures.
- Develop, organize and communicate metrics to track EHS performance.
- Provide site EHS leadership through management by example and relationship development.
- Provide comprehensive and effective EHS training. Design and implement training to address any gaps identified.
- Create opportunities for expanded employee involvement and participation in EHS matters.
- Lead and/or oversee incident investigations and drive EHS action items to completion.
- Conduct periodic assessments or inspections of EHS programs to identify and correct deficiencies related to compliance with the EHS policies and procedures.
- Degree or Certificate program in occupational health or safety, industrial hygiene, environmental engineering or other relevant field.
- 5+ years and experience with proven record driving safety leadership, preferably in Chemical Processing environment with process safety and mechanical integrity programs
- Working knowledge of WCB, CSA, OSHA (or Provincial equivalent for Canadian positions) and EPA (or Provincial equivalent Canadian Positions) regulations and reporting requirements.
- 5+ years Transportation Emergency Response experience.
- 5+ years of Hazmat intervention leadership
- Transportation Emergency Response Technician level training.
- Must be available for travel, up to 20% of time to sites other than home location.
- Professional and/or industry certifications preferred (e.g. OHST, CSP, CIH, or CHMM).
- Knowledge of Responsible Care Codes.
- Knowledge of Haz-mat leadership intervention
- Knowledge of asbestos and lead based paint regulations.
- Familiarity with TDG, DOT regulations, CSA, NFPA and other recognized industry standards.
- Familiarity with implementing and sustaining RC14001 certification.
- Knowledge of worker’s compensation requirements.
- First Aid / CPR Certification
- Training in confined space rescue and entry.
- Ability to conduct Process Hazard Analysis using HAZOP or equivalent method.
- Ability to conduct and/or lead incident investigations to determine root cause.
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- Publication: PUB245198
- Location: North Vancouver
- Market: Industry
- Hours per week: 40
- Branche: (Petro)Chemical
- Education level: Academic Bachelor
- Area of expertise: HealthSafetyEnvironmentalAndQuality
- Closing date: January 31, 2020
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