The Corporate Health and Safety Manager is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive range of employee health and safety programs to meet the goals and legal obligations of Lantic.
- Devise and coordinate safety programs that will increase proficiency in safe practices and promote safety consciousness;
- Develop, administer, implement, evaluate, and update companywide occupational health and safety programs, policies and procedures to ensure compliance with Federal and Provincial regulatory requirements and to establish a culture of health and safety;
- Develop annual health and safety plans for the company based on a full review of health and safety-related needs (assessment of hazards, analysis of database, audits, changing legislation and best practices) as required by the Provincial Ministries of Labour;
- Develop safety orientation and training for all new employees, existing employees and visitors to ensure complete and effective understanding of potential risks and expected behaviours within Lantic;
- Promote health and safety awareness through internal company memoranda, newsletters and specific training programs;
Qualifications and Experiences Required
- Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health & Safety or related field of study;
- Minimum of ten (10) years’ experience with Occupation Health & Safety management is required;
- Experience with disability management, accident investigation, workplace inspection and job hazard analysis;
- Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety management, applicable federal, provincial and municipal regulations/legislations, Occupational Health & Safety Acts and their regulations and applicable Human Rights
- Bilingualism (spoken and written).
- Proficiency with MS Office and S2 knowledge (an asset);
- Proven ability to handle multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment;
- Strong analytical, organizational and problem solving skills;
- Highly motivated, service and team-oriented individual with an attention to detail;
- Willing to travel 20% of the time.