- Ensure HSSE policies and procedures are consistently implemented. Verify the compliance.
- Develop and implement the Emergency Response Plan for station(s).
- Provide timely regional management reports weekly and monthly as required.
- Plan & coordinate the implementation of HSSE priorities within the region.
- Provide guidance & support to operational management on HSSE matters.
- Improve policies and procedures through a process of hazard identification and risk control.
- Proactively promote a ‘safety first’ culture.
- Liaise with the regulatory authorities within the Region on matters pertaining to compliance.
- Monitor changes in legislation and amend compliance and training requirements accordingly.
- Accident, incident reporting & investigation.
- Facilitate the distribution of HSSE alerts on a knowledge-sharing basis to increase awareness.
- Conduct the duties of an auditor, as described in the Quality Assurance Manual, as required.
Qualifications, Experience & Requirements:
- Post-secondary education degree in a related field, from an institution that teaches in English. A bachelor’s degree in science or engineering is an asset.
- Work experience in either the HSSE field, aviation services industry, or a field related to the bachelor’s degree.
- Holding a valid driver license issued by a provincial or territorial government in Canada.
- Working knowledge / proficiency in:
1) Microsoft Windows and Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint in particular).
2) Systematic problem-solving method.
3) Understanding documents (such as work procedures, equipment manuals, HSSE-related technical reports and regulatory texts, etc.) that are written in English.
4) English-write reports, procedures and instructions, as well as communicate verbally.
- Interest in the field of HSSE management.
- Demonstrates an understanding of diversity within the workplace.
- Self-motivated, disciplined, and able to communicate with people at different levels and from different cultural/ethnic backgrounds.
- Willingness and flexibility to travel for business across Canada or to the US, for a frequency of usually (but not limited to) twice a month, and for a duration of usually (but not limited to) up to five (5) consecutive days. Work hours may be irregular, if necessary.
- Willingness and capable of conducting specific tasks inside a small and closed space (such as inside a fuel storage tank, underground chamber, etc.). The company will provide the necessary safety training and personal protective equipment.
- Willingness to abide by necessary measures for ensuring accountability when working without immediate supervision for an extended duration.
- Willingness and the physical ability to work in an outdoor environment for up to several hours in any season.
- Willingness to work in construction sites or in a natural environment (such as wooded area, near streams, open area with undergrowth, etc.), if necessary.