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Lehigh Hanson Field Health & Safety Coordinator in Vancouver, British Columbia

AutoReqId: 8783BR

Line Of Business: Regional Administration

Department: Health, Safety and Environment

Primary Location: Vancouver-BC

Job Posting:

Summary:

The ideal candidate will have 5 years’ experience of on-site/field safety experience with a strong background in heavy manufacturing, mining, oil & gas, building materials, or construction industry. The role supports all four key business lines in south-western British Columbia: Aggregate Mining & Distribution; Cement Production & Distribution; Cement Pipe Manufacture; and Ready Mix Concrete. The Field Safety Coordinator is a key member of the Canada Region Health and Safety team, reporting to the Area Health and Safety Manager for South West BC.

Responsibilities:

  • Support site teams in implementing/ continually improving Safety and Health processes including regulatory compliance programs and the Lehigh Hanson Safety/Health Management System

  • Provide interpretation and planning support for current and emerging safety regulatory requirements (provincial, federal, and local legislation); and for corporate guidelines.

  • Ensure business line teams achieve compliance requirements through sustainable organizational processes including managing training; regular inspection; preventive maintenance; hygiene monitoring; safe work practices.

  • Perform/participate in site inspections; ergonomics coaching; job observations; investigations; emergency response planning and exercises.

  • Coach/lead Task Hazard Analyses; Lockout Tagout, Work at Height, or other safe work plan development.

  • Support site teams in development of appropriate corrective action strategies and follow through.

  • Be a resource for Joint Health and Safety Committees

  • Liaise with Worksafe BC and other regulator Resource personnel and Inspectors.

  • Monitor and proactively report facility Safety and Health performance.

  • 50-75% local travel within assigned area.

  • 5% travel outside assigned area, generally, for corporate and team meetings.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Minimum 5 years of on-site/field relevant safety experience or equivalent combination

  • Post-secondary training in OHS; NCSO program or other certification

  • Holds or currently pursuing CRSP designation

  • Experience with disability claims management, including workers compensation, and return-to-work programs

  • Experience and competence in developing and implementing safety procedures / programs

  • Strong communication and influencing skills at all levels from operational level employees to senior leadership

  • Competent in coaching and teaching both technical and conceptual information

  • Familiar with and competent in researching/ interpreting federal, provincial, and local Health and Safety regulations, standards and guidance affecting the assigned facilities

  • Competent in the Microsoft Suite software

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