OverviewKarma Interiors HSE Full Time in Edmonton, AB
Branch Edmonton AB CA
Reporting to the Regional Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Manager, the Health and Safety Advisor is responsible for providing ongoing safety support and…
At Karma Interiors, our goal is to create enduring partnerships with our customers. More than just a sub-contractor, we are committed in our customers’ long-term success. Across Alberta, leading businesses trust our company to deliver.
An unrelenting commitment to health and safety is the number one priority of every Karma Interiors worker. A core value that is central to everything we do.
Reporting to the Regional Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Manager, the Health and Safety Advisor is responsible for providing ongoing safety support and guidance to the regional operations in their efforts to maintain compliance with external legislation; Karma Interiors safety policies, practices and procedures; and various customer safety requirements.
Primary responsibilities include: –
Conduct/support new employee orientation and other training requirements. –
Conduct jobsite inspections and recommend actions to correct deficiencies. –
Support the implementation of health and safety policies, practices and procedures. –
Identify and communicate any non-conformance to legislation. –
Conduct/participate in safety meetings, work observations, job safety analysis. –
Prepare concise and complete documents in clear, understandable wording. –
Provide professional guidance and advice to requests for information and assistance. –
Establish a safety network with internal and external contacts including customers, auditors, government and regulatory officials and other personnel. –
Participate in OHS management system audits, assists in the development of corrective actions and supports closure. –
Lead or assist incident investigations to determine root & contributing causes and identify and follow up on corrective and preventive actions. –
Support management with timely injury/claims management and return-to-work initiatives. –
Develop and deliver presentations as required. –
Maintain HSE records, files, databases, etc.
Minimum qualifications include: –
Minimum two (2) years at a regional or corporate level with staff management responsibility. –
Experience working in an industrial, residential or commercial setting would be an asset. –
Post-Secondary education in Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Management or a closely related field. –
Related courses and/or certification in an Occupational Health and Safety program is required (CSO, OHS certification/diploma). A CRSP/CSP or other safety designations are considered an asset. –
Incident Investigation training. –
Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record. –
TDG Train-the Trainer, WHMIS Train-the trainer would be assets.
Qualified applicants, who have an interest in working within a dynamic environment, should submit their resume to [email protected]
We thank all those who apply however, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted. No phone calls please. Successful candidates must have legal authorization to work in Canada.
Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Edmonton, AB, CA
Posted on: 2017-02-10