Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Sr. Advisor

Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Sr. Advisor

Position Reference #: 92364

Company Overview:

We’re supporting our hiring client, in the construction sector to recruit an EHS Senior Advisor to join their team based out of Burlington, Ontario.

Our client is a specialty engineering and contracting company, and it is recognized as an industry leader in the design, construction, and maintenance of storage tanks for the industrial, military, and municipal sectors. 

Job Title: Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Sr. Advisor

Employment Type: Permanent/Full-time

Location: This position is based out of Burlington, Ontario.

Compensation Range:

This position offers a very competitive salary and attractive compensation structure:

  • Extended Health Care  & Dental Benefit
  • DPSP – Deferred Profit-Sharing Plan – waiting period – 1-year continuous employment – company discretion.
  • RRSP – Registered Retirement Savings Plan – 90 days continuous employment – 50% employer match up to 3.75% of earnings, employee contributions up to 7.5% with additional voluntary permitted
  • And more

Reports to:  EHS Director (based in the US)

Role Summary:

The Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Sr. Coordinator will assist the Canadian EHS Manager with the responsibility of implementing safety policies, procedures, working with COR development, implementing the WSIB Excellence Program, assisting in EHS site audits, and other duties as assigned.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities Specific duties and responsibilities include

  • Assist in gathering/uploading documentation and information for the COR 2020 and WSIB Excellence Programs
  • .Visit jobsites and gather data related to COR, perform EHS site audits, etc.
  • Conduct daily/weekly reviews of the completed EHS documents to ensure COR and OHSA compliance. Report all deficiencies immediately to the EHS Manager
  • Conduct EHS Site Audits and participate in the completion of Site Evaluation Reports
  • Conduct periodic safety inspections of worksites to identify and report unsafe conditions and unsafe acts, and document the results
  • Assist in the accident investigation and reporting process 
  • Ensure hazard assessments are completed for each task (FLHA), and, as a result of the assessment, crewmembers are provided with the necessary equipment and training to safely perform job functions 
  • Maintain knowledge of up-to-date industry safety issues, trends, regulatory changes, etc.
  • Assist the organization in carrying out its continuous improvement plan with the goal of achieving and maintaining COR status

    To be considered for this role, the “Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Sr. Advisor” must have the following qualification:

    • Associate degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school is preferred 
    • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in the construction sector with EHS experience (health and safety rep, workers trade committee, JHSC , etc.) 
    • Exposure to construction and/or manufacturing/industrial production environments from a safety aspect is mandatory 
    • IHSA certification, COR Auditor (or desire to obtain), CSHO/NCSO or equivalent 
    • Proficient in Excel and Word with the ability to create/convert working files and photos
    • Must be able to climb water storage facilities – NOT AFRAID OF HEIGHTS (current Working at Heights Training is mandatory)

      How to apply?

      You can  also apply by submitting your resume directly online on our website (www.qeosh.ca) or email it to info@qeosh.ca  Please indicate the position reference number in your email subject line.

      QEOSH Staffing & Recruitment Inc. is Canada’s Exclusive Health & Safety Staffing & Recruitment. We are dedicated to employment equity and encourage applications from people of all genders, persons with disabilities, racial/visible minorities, and indigenous peoples. At QEOSH, we are committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).