As a key member of our Health, Safety, & Environment team, the incumbent coordinates HSE systems and programs to reduce the risk of injuries or losses and to maintain regulatory compliance. This position implements HSE management systems or programs, so that activities are effectively managed, continuously improved and aligned with regulations and Carfair operations. The HSE Coordinator provides specialized technical assistance where required.
What You Will Do:
- Continuously improve Safety performance and Safety policies, procedures, guidelines, programs and management systems.
- Provide technical support and regulatory interpretation on Safety matters.
- Consult and advise internal key stakeholders of Safety policies, management systems, and risks that may require management attention and action.
- Develop the Safety training plan and programs and provide training to employees at all levels of the organization.
- Facilitate and conduct Safety audits and inspections to ensure management systems are in place and the facility is in compliance with all laws, regulations, and company policies.
- Promote Safety awareness, trust and commitment by building on existing culture and program strengths.
- Support on the job Safety meetings by providing assistance, direction and resource materials as needed, to enhance overall effectiveness and impact.
- Conduct and facilitate (as needed) the root cause analyses of reported incidents and near misses and work with management to mitigate against future injury or loss.
- Notify management of violations of Safety regulations or company policies, make recommendations, and follow-up to ensure successful resolution of outstanding issues.
- Track the completion of Safety corrective actions.
- Coordinate and participate in safety committee meetings.
- Coordinate and monitor Job Hazard Analysis and Safe Work Practices.
- Maintain records and documentation required by Federal, State and Municipal regulations.
Skills and Experience:
- Completion of Post-Secondary education in safety-related discipline, or equivalent combination of education, experience, and training.
- CSP designation is an asset
- 1-5 years’ experience in a safety critical operations leadership or safety specific role;
- Working knowledge of OSHA, DOT, EPA, and WSI.
- Experience as a trainer.
- Excellent communication skills
- Proven ability to lead multi-functional teams.