Safety Coordinator - Conifex Power

Date Posted: November 27, 2017
Job Location: Mackenzie
Job Number: GWF-72371
Job Type: Full Time
Start: November 27, 2017
Company: Conifex Timber Inc.
Address: 6051 FFI Road, Mackenzie, British Columbia, Canada V0J 2C0

Job Description

CONSIDER THE LIFESTYLE: Mackenzie British Columbia offers a warm and welcoming Northern community with outstanding four season outdoor recreational activities, including fishing, hunting, an extensive all season trail systems, nearby ski hill, and recreational centre with pool and arena. A safe and secure family focused community, with excellent home affordability, modern schools, activity centers, and health facilities on your doorstep.

As an integral part of the People and Safety Department, the Safety Coordinator is responsible for providing safety support to employees at the Conifex Power Plant. The Safety Coordinator maintains programs, policies and practices to build a safety first behavior based culture. This requires collaborating with the operations team to effectively align and implement programs, provide education and training and lead audit initiatives, including:
• Maintain documentation and document control for the overall Health and Safety program, includes creating new policies, drafting safe work practices documentation, maintaining forms, and reviewing all documentation
• Coordination and administration of the safety system
• Prepare and administer action plans and safety actions from external & internal audits, inspections, and investigations
• Coordinate and implement hazard assessment program & tool
• Dust abatement system management
• Liaison to all departments on OH&S matters
• Rescue equipment management including SCBA
• Fire suppression system compliance management
• Coordinate safety tracking and audit the processes
• Member of the Occupational Health & Safety Committee
• Weekly and month end reporting of safety stats
• Assist with the management employee’s WSBC, WI, LTD claims
• Provides assistance to the Supervisors & Superintendents, assisting with development of programs, tools, & skills
o Investigations
o Observations
o crew meetings
o Hazard assessments
o Job Training & Competency determination
o Training organization, tracking and management for loaders, forklifts, high angle & confined space rescue, elevated platforms, fall arrest, vessel watch, scaffolding inspection, new & young work orientation, location safety plan
• Shutdown Safety Management including, vessel watch scheduling and supervision, rescue team scheduling and supervision, First Aid scheduling and supervision, contractor orientation and document management
• Alcohol & Drug collection for post-incident, reasonable cause and return to work testing

  • Minimum experience: 5 to 10 years
  • Minimum educational level: Certificate/Diploma from a Technical School
  • Language: English