ClearStream Energy Regional Safety Manager Full Time in Fort McMurray, AB

ClearStream Energy

Branch Fort McMurray AB CA

Regional Safety Manager
Fort McMurray, AB

Reviews and updates the company’s health and safety program and policies to continually improve the health and safety performance of the operation and business….

Would you like to work for one of the most trusted names behind some of the best energy products in Western Canada? Can you envision yourself as part of a team that is 3,000 strong and growing? ClearStream has been helping customers bring energy to our world since 1967. Whether it’s upstream, midstream, or downstream, we bring innovation, safety, and commitment to every project, every time. We have work that works for you!

LOCATION: Fort McMurray, Alberta
POSITION STATUS: Full time – Permanent
DEPARTMENT: Wood Buffalo Region

Job Summary
With dual reporting to the Director, HSE and the VP, Wood Buffalo Region, the Regional Safety Manager provides leadership in support of policies, best practices and corporate values. The primary function of this role is to provide on and off-site safety support of our core safety systems and industry requests throughout the Wood Buffalo Region.

Key Responsibility Areas:
Ensure that the company’s health and safety program is maintained to the highest level of performance.
Reviews and updates the company’s health and safety program and policies to continually improve the health and safety performance of the operation and business.
Review and develop Safety Management Plans at all operating locations in the Wood Buffalo Region.
Liaises with Occupational Health & Safety and owners/clients as needed to endure cooperation and the maintenance of safe work environment.
Keeps current on developments in industry and accident prevention.
Interface with Corporate Safety Director to move towards “one-co” Safety Management System.
Take an active role in the development of the monthly safety message, distribution and publication.
Support the Certificate of Recognition auditing program, COHR certification, internal and external audits, results and distribution of corrective action plan, manage personal training requirements for ACSA.
Ensure the proper structure and management of specific corporate programs; work with potential service provider for support.
Support day to day safety equipment requirements for the Wood Buffalo Region.
Provides support for emergency response and facility security management.
Support and develop site safety coordinators within the Wood Buffalo Region.
Support industry requested safety registries.
Advise Safety Coordinators on potential legal issues or protocol.
Conduct regular inspections and audits of the internal and COR program and discusses corrective action requirements with supervisory staff.
Implements a system of planner’s inspections on maintenance, projects and operations to determine the existence of and correct unsafe conditions and practices.
Conduct hazard analysis and develops safe work procedures and circulates rule and regulations governing the worksite.
Provides support for incident reporting, root cause analysis and investigation follow-up of the recommendations. Informs management and supervisory personnel of the overall accident trends.
Lead and direct site Safety Coordinators to fulfill the statutory, company and client requirements.
Support, gather and compile all incidents and statistical information required for our monthly statistical reporting and corporate reporting.
Review and instruct on employee and employer reporting.
ISNetworld requirements.
Canadian HSE Registry.
A&D Procedure for testing facilities.
Hearing conservation.
Update to new legislation.
WCB Claims management.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Excellent planning, organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
Demonstrated computer competency with Microsoft Office applications.
Ability to travel excessively during peak periods (May – September).
An understanding of business drivers and the ability to influence and facilitate the development.
Implementation of health and safety plans, goals and objectives.
The ability to work effectively in and contribute to a team environment.

Professional certification or training in Occupational Health and Safety, supplemented by certification as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation would be considered an asset.
1-3 years dedicated full-time experience leading on-site HS&E Advisors in an industrial work environment.
Knowledge/experience with HS&E Management Systems and audit tools including: Alberta Partnerships, Certificate of Recognition (COR).

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Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Fort McMurray, AB, CA
Posted on: 2015-08-18
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