HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGER
Application deadline: Friday, April 20th - 5:00 pm EST
What is a Health and Safety Manager?
GoodLife’s Health and Safety Manager is responsible for ensuring adherence to health and safety legislation and standards across Canada, including OHSA, Public Health, fire and building codes, and providing support and guidance to all levels of the organization in order to ensure an effective Internal Responsibility System, as well as the day to day function of all prevention related services.
The Health and Safety Manager must function effectively within the Risk Management Team as well as with Senior Management and Club Associates.
What will you be doing?
- Be part of the Risk Management Team to coordinate projects as required. Construct concept documents and project planning documents and ensure successful implementation.
- Create, develop and maintain safety manuals, forms training materials and procedures.
- Maintain awareness of amendments to provincial occupational health and safety legislation (all provinces) and make recommendations for their implementation.
- Conduct workplace assessments which evaluate procedures, equipment and environments and putting adequate controls in place; identify gaps in training, programs procedures and the physical environment.
- Work closely with Operational Managers to promote injury and loss prevention.
- Work with government inspectors/bodies to ensure adherence to legislation and orders issued.
- Research, plan, organize and conduct training programs/seminars for Associates at all levels of the organization.
Do you have what it takes?
- Degree in Business or Related Discipline.
- Degree and/or Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety, Environment Management.
- Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), or Certified Health and Safety Consultant (CHSC) designation an asset.
- 2-4 years’ experience in Health and Safety.
- Unique business acumen, ability to develop quantitative analysis from trends and reports. Develop metrics to prove success with ongoing and new project requests.
- Ability to demonstrate sensitivity, objectivity, confidentiality, good judgment and professionalism.
- Excellent communication skills in addition to a solid work ethic.
- Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills.
- Knowledge of provincial occupational health and safety legislation; provincial labour laws.
- Computer literacy; proficiency with various word processing, spreadsheet, database, etc.
- Ability to develop quantitative analysis from trends and reports.
- Establish and maintain professional working relationships with all levels of the organization.
What’s in it for you?