Job ID: R0041385
Date Posted: Jan 24, 2024
Segment: Green Energy & Mobility
Business Unit: Hitachi Energy
Company Name: HITACHI ENERGY CANADA INC.
Profession (Job Category): Legal, Compliance & Audit
Job Type (Experience Level): Experienced
Job Schedule: Full time
Promote a strong health, safety and sustainability culture.
Maintain an effective presence on the repair shop floor.
Guide and assist team members in maintaining a safe and healthy workplace, as well as acting as technical resource and advisor to management on related matters.
Maintain a Health and Safety Management System in conformance to ISO45001 standards and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
Identify health and safety issues and recommend control/corrective measures to achieve compliance with governing Regulations and company policies.
Lead the performance of ABRAs (Activity Based Risk Assessments) as required.
Perform Management of Change as required.
Identify, Develop, provide and track training needs.
Conduct and/or Support the incident investigation process and ensure the appropriate follow-up.
Manage and conduct various internal safety audits (not limited to): guarding, safety systems, ergonomics, lockout/tag-out, confined space, emergency response, GHS, forklift safety, etc.
Manage the workplace inspection program, report finding and follow-up to ensure corrective action is taken.
Coordinate meetings and be an active member of the Health & Safety Committee.
Prepare and share weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual reports on safety KPIs.
Seek and share best practices and assist other facilities and teams with safety related manners if required.
Maintain Environmental Management System in conformance to ISO14001 standards and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
Coordinate, oversee and ensure environmental regulatory compliance and annual permit renewals.
Compile and maintain records in accordance with governmental agencies; completes and ensures submission of applicable annual reporting to the appropriate regulatory agencies.
Monitor federal and provincial environmental legislations, regulatory requirements, new development programs and proceeds with required updates.
Participate in the management and coordination of HSE projects as needed.
Manage Early and Safe Return to Work programs.
Co-ordinate all emergency preparedness and response activities and training.
Ensure HSE data is compiled and entered as required in a timely manner.
Other duties as required.
Practical knowledge of identifying and managing HSE matters.
Excellent communication, problem solving and decision-making skills.
Strong work ethics and sense of responsibility and accountability.
Motivation/commitment, adaptability, and ability to effectively manage multiple tasks.
Must be a team player and a team builder.
Demonstrated organizational skills and strong attention to detail.
Above average proficiency in (MS Office) and other computer applications required.
Willingness to travel if needed.
College Diploma in Health & Safety or demonstrated equivalent education and experience.
ISO 45001, ISO 14001, COR knowledge. Experience in certification and maintaining certification preferred.
3-5 Year Occupational Environmental Health & Safety experience preferably in an industrial environment.
Strong knowledge of Provincial and Federal HSE laws, regulations and standards.
Only selected applicants will be contacted.