Health, Safety $ Environment Specialist


Manufacturing and Production

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Salary Range

Up to CAD26/hr

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Branch Information

Toronto, ON - Regional - (CAN) 2225 Sheppard Ave East Suite 1101 ON North York , ON - M2J 5C2 Phone : 416-510-1211



Job Description

Position: Safety, Health and Environment Specialist

Opportunity: One year Contract

Location: Etobicoke, Ontario

Job Description:

1. Responsible for the administration and implementation of key SHE programs and policies to ensure the plants adherence to all applicable federal, provincial, and local regulations to ensure an accident/hazard free/healthy work environment. Manages SHEQ HAZOP review for new capital projects.

2. Coordinates our Clients health & safety framework for the site and leads employee safety teams. Provides instruction and training in regard to SHE framework/TPM initiatives and regulatory compliance (Forklift certification, confined spaces, LOTO, etc.) Manages Behavioral Based Safety Program to assure at-risk-behaviors and at-risk-conditions are addressed

3. Manages site to full OHSA, MOL, MOE and other regulatory agencies compliance by maintaining and submitting safety, accident, environmental, and industrial hygiene files and record as required. Supervising all plants environmental streams and programs (Hazardous/ Non-hazardous waste, emissions, storm water, recycling, etc.) Fully capable in conducting MOL, other regulatory agencies, 3rd party led audits

4. Ensure investigation of accidents and injuries are conducted correctly and cooperates in the preparation of material and evidence for organization use in hearings, law suits, and insurance investigations. Makes studies and analyses of industrial accident causes and hazards to health for use by company personnel and outside agencies.

5. Cascades site targets, metrics and goals to the Leadership Team and employees. Keeps managers and employees alerted as to the hazards of working with toxic fumes, dangerous chemicals, and any other hazardous substances.

6. Participates in the development of the annual site SHE budget and controls fixed and variable cost expenditures.

7. Inspects or tours organization facilities to detect existing or potential accident and health hazards, and recommends corrective or preventative measures where applicable. Conduct formal risk assessment and ensure risks are mitigated or eliminated accordingly.

8. Lead Environmental initiatives within facility. Manages New Substance Notification Regulations (NSNR) program. Completes the national pollutant release inventory (NPRI) report

9. Develops audit protocols, audit programs, procedures and practices for the SHE framework standards

10. Conducts respirator fit testing for employees. Assists in selection and use of respiratory protection, protective clothing, hearing protection and safety glasses - plano and prescription


* A university and/or college degree, preferably in BS, Engineering or Environmental Science or Occupational Health and Safety.

* Working knowledge of ECA, NPRI, NSNR definitely an asset

* Excellent communication and report writing skills

If this is what you see for yourself, apply online today or call us at 416-510-1211 Ext. 3305.

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