Position Reference #: 22021

Our client, a manufacturing company, based in Brampton, is looking for an environmental health and safety specialist. This role will be reporting to the National Health and Safety Director.

The Environmental Health & Safety Specialist role expectations include:

  • Implementing an Environment, Health, and Safety Program 
  • Establish and maintain comprehensive industrial health and safety records to demonstrate improvement in safety performance
  • Monitor all HSE legal requirements
  • Manage and maintain current certification training 
  • Conduct environmental, health, and safety internal audits
  • lead, coach, develop and inspire our health and safety team members • 
  • Develop, plan, implement and maintain strategies, to minimize or eliminate accidents, ergonomic injuries and eliminate industrial health exposure risks 
  • Regularly communicate and collaborate with business leaders to identify feedback and areas of improvement
  • And more

To be considered for this role, the candidate should have the following qualification.

-Four-year degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in Occupational Health & Safety or equivalent

– Certification or designation in safety ( CRSP) is a must

– Minimum of 5 years of applicable experience, in a manufacturing environment, including implementing an Environmental, Health, and Safety Program

-Strong  analytical, communication & interpersonal Skills. 

How to apply?

You can apply by emailing your resume and cover letter directly to info@www.qeosh.ca or online on our website. 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).