Safety & Compliance Coordinator

Company Description

Safety & Compliance Coordinator

Solvent Buddy has an exciting new entry level opportunity ideal for a recent OH&S graduate with experience or an interest and willingness to learn about Compliance; we are willing to train the right individual.

Position Summary

The Safety & Compliance Coordinator is responsible to provide general safety and administrative support for our Federally Regulated Occupational Health and Safety program; as well as expert guidance in the transportation of TDG.

This position will include, but is not limited to the processing, record-keeping and reporting of driver and employee training files for our online safety portal and requires a thorough knowledge of Federal compliance regulatory requirements and Occupational Health and Safety.

The successful candidate will have Strong Organization skills, be a Self-Starter and be Self-Directed, and is comfortable with Field Work.

This Full-Time Permanent position will be based out of our Edmonton, Alberta head office; conveniently located in the west-end close to the Anthony Henday.

Experience working with Energy Safety Canada as well as exposure to the Federally Regulated Transportation industry is a definite asset.

Safety Accountabilities

  • Daily interaction with employees, ensuring Safety awareness is a top priority for all employees;
  • Ensuring all employees are appropriately trained and ticketed for their assigned work;
  • Ongoing maintenance of our safety portal (employee files of tickets, training ect.);
  • Ensuring accident and incident investigations are conducted and recorded in our safety portal in a timely manner and implementing corrective actions to prevent future occurrence;
  • Conduct serious incident investigations into high consequence incidents and near-miss events, implementing corrective actions to prevent future occurrence;
  • Regular onsite job observations and BBO’s are completed at regular intervals;
  • Identify Safety coaching opportunities throughout the organization, offer yourself as a Safety subject matter expert and actively participate in improving safety awareness and compliance;
  • Manage WCB claims full cycle;
  • Actively support the Return to Work program and processes;
  • Maintain the organization’s Energy Safety Canada COR program and status;
  • Support the Alcohol and Drug Policy and Program in conjunction Human Resources;
  • Participate in the new hire orientation and on-boarding process in conjunction with Human Resources and Operations;
  • Completion of Pre-Qualification packages and Employee Mobilization for on-site field work;
  • Responsible to complete field work as necessary, ensuring a presence on all large projects and jobs;
  • Inventory, order and issue PPE and consumable items;
  • Regular interaction with Ownership Group, Managers, Supervisors, and Key Personnel to ensure Safety activities are incorporated into planning;
  • Liaise with regulatory agents to develop effective working relationships and support regulatory compliance;
  • Participation and follow up of the Workplace Joint Health and Safety Committee;
  • Participate in Operations Meetings;
  • Daily, Monthly, Quarterly, and Annually tasks including:
    • Ensure the following required documentation is completed on a daily interval
      • Daily field level hazard assessments
      • Daily toolbox meetings
      • Daily vehicle inspections
      • Daily pre use equipment inspections (forklifts, skid steers)
    • Ensure the following required documentation is completed Monthly or Quarterly (as appropriate)
      • Monthly general Health and Safety meetings
      • Monthly shop, office, and yard fire inspections
      • Monthly fire extinguisher inspections
      • Monthly ramp inspection
      • Monthly water tank inspection
      • Quarterly Workplace Joint Health and Safety meetings
      • Conduct inventory and complete inventory report
    • Ensure the following Annual action items are completed
      • Energy Safety Canada COR audit as per audit cycle
      • Develop and implement action plans based off COR audit findings
      • Emergency Evacuation drill conducted
      • Review of all written formal job hazard assessments, ensuring they meet or exceed standards
      • Review of all written safe job procedures, ensuring they meet or exceed standards
      • Review of all written safe work practices, ensuring they meet or exceed standards
      • Review and support all company Health and Safety related policies
  • Arrange, complete and follow up for Third party annual inspections as listed below
    • Fire alarm system
    • Emergency exit lights throughout the facility
    • Fire extinguishers annual certification
    • All harness and lanyards annual inspections
    • Air compressor tanks annual inspection and certification
    • Air ventilation system annual inspection
  • Other duties as assigned

Compliance Accountabilities

  • Subject matter expert of federal, and provincial transportation and hazardous materials and waste regulations related to properly qualifying regulated drivers, and all related record-keeping and reporting;
  • Lead in the development of compliance programs, policies, and procedures with the least amount of impact on the operations;
  • Set-up, organize, and maintain the online safety portal office filing system including confidential data;
  • Enforce, perform, assist in and coordinate safety training, relating to driver and compliance training such as load securement, trip inspections, log books;
  • Ensure new hires are properly trained in their daily duties to include all required paperwork related to transportation;
  • Ensure compliance with all regulations and record keeping concerning all transportation matters such as National Safety Code, Carrier Profile, etc.;
  • Enforce policies and standards, and ensure compliance with transport regulations;
  • Monitor, Counsel, and Document driver violations of any provincial, federal, or local laws or company policies or regulations;
  • Conduct investigations to determine causes of incidents;
  • Direct investigations to verify and resolve customer complaints;
  • Ensure Driver/Vehicle files are up-to date and properly maintained;
  • Conduct monthly inventory and create inventory reports;
  • Generate and maintain data and reports;
  • Conduct driver road tests;
  • Assist with the implementation of electronic log books;
  • Other duties as assigned.

 Qualifications

  • OHS Certificate or Diploma;
  • Familiarity with Federally Regulated, Health & Safety Procedures and management system;
  • Familiarity with Federally Regulated, Transportation Legislation and Compliance;
  • Experience with TDG;
  • 2+ years of administrative support experience;
  • Strong organization skills;
  • Proficient in Windows based applications;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills;
  • Strong attention to detail;
  • Ability to work under strict deadlines;
  • Able to maintain confidentiality;
  • Must have an active driver’s license with no restrictions and a clean driver abstract;
  • Must be able to pass an Alcohol and Drug pre-employment screening test and comply with the Solvent Buddy Inc. Alcohol and Drug Policy and Program.

 Why Solvent Buddy:

  • Stable Full Time Position with Full Benefits after 3 Months;
  • Competitive Compensation In Recognition Of Previous Experience;
  • Attractive Work-Life Balance for Quality Family Life;
  • Great teamwork environment.

COVID-19 Considerations

Our Employee, Client, and Community Member’s Health and Safety is priority to Solvent Buddy Inc. as such we are proud to comply with all Public Health guidelines and orders.

 If this sounds interesting and you have the needed qualifications please submit your cover letter and resume to hr@solventbuddy.com