Corporate HSE Manager
Based at our Head Office in Ontario and reporting to the President, the Corporate HSE Manager, has the responsibility and authority to establish and maintain the HSE Management System and the organizational freedom to identify HSE issues and to provide solutions to mitigate risk and eliminate hazards. The Corporate HSE Manager is responsible for the control and implementation of this system.
The Corporate HSE Manager will recommend strategic direction and implement plans based on recent HSE audit results, will ensure that our policies and programs meet legislated requirements, be responsible for developing and managing the HSE Department and coordinating field support for the HSE requirements of all projects across Canada.
- Actively support the NAC Health & Safety Program and all actions specific to meeting annual H & S goals and objectives.
- Work together with Senior Operations Management to provide leadership, direction and support of the development, implementation and administration of all HSE practices, HSE Management System and policies and plans of the company.
- Coach, motivate and develop HSE departmental staff to ensure safety and compliance is observed at all levels.
- Develop manuals, policies, procedures and plans for safe work practices and training needs of NAC.
- Initiate, promote, implement and maintain safety and health projects and initiatives.
- Maintain a current, strong working knowledge of applicable occupational health and safety policies, procedures, regulations and legislation.
- Liaise with various project management members in order to ensure communication and program implementation is current and relevant to the needs of the business.
- Make recommendations to Senior Management on all HSE related matters.
- Provide necessary training, leadership, organization and control to meet the company's goal of zero incidents.
- Accept full authority to take any necessary action to maintain corporate safe practices and procedures, including the authority to cease an unsafe operating procedure.
- Continuously supporting the intent of the HSE Policy by providing direction, values and developing goals and objectives for HSE related performance.
- Manage all safety related pre-qualification and HSE related submission documents.
- Develop, generate and communicate HSE statistical data.
- Manage departmental budgets and forecasts.
- Monitor and formally appraise employee performance.
- Responsible for personnel actions such as hiring and promotions.
- Post-secondary school degree or higher in Occupational Health and Safety
- Minimum 10+ years' experience with occupation health and safety management
- CRSP or equivalent professional designation
- Knowledge of ISO 45001 2018
- Experience working on multiple large scale projects
- Proven ability to handle multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment
- Knowledge of occupational health and safety management, applicable federal, provincial and municipal regulations/legislation, Workplace Safety & Insurance Act, the Occupational Health & Safety Act and its regulations and applicable Human Rights
- Proven ability to effectively plan and direct the work of the department and manage its staff and resolve conflict in a positive and constructive manner
- Strong analytical, organizational and problem solving skills
- Tact, diplomacy, flexibility, listening and persuasion skills
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Proficiency with database applications and administration systems
- Ability to travel within Canada