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Safety Coordinator

Edmonton, Canada

Company Description

Alberta Oil Tool began as a private company on May 31, 1951. In 1962, the company was purchased by Dover Corporation. Over the years, significant manufacturing capacity has been added. The Edmonton manufacturing facility is now at 80,000 square feet. In 2000, RG Industries, a 39,000 square foot plastics division was acquired. RG Industries specializes in the manufacturing of Sucker Rod Guides. This was followed by the acquisition of C-Tech Energy Services in 2005. C-Tech is an innovative oilfield technology company specializing in Coiled Sucker Rod and the design and manufacturing of upstream oilfield equipment. These strategic acquisitions will allow AOT to further expand its global presence as we export proven Canadian technology to the rest of the world.

Job Description

Reports to: HSE Manager

         

DUTIES:

 

  • Responsible for overseeing the maintenance and implementation of all aspects of the Safety Program including:
  • Recordkeeping and data entry
  • Preparing, developing and training of hazard assessments
  • Preparing and conducting monthly toolbox meetings, committee meetings, worksite inspections and various safety training
  • Conducting, completing and following up on accident / incident reports, safety non-conformances and near misses
  • Conducting new hire, 3 month and visitor/contractor orientations
  • WCB claims management / Recordable injury management
  • Ordering of safety required supplies
  • Preparing and issuing weekly safety moments, memos, alerts and notices
  •  Review and revise safety manual and safety boards as required
  • Transporting employees to medical facility if required
  • Assist with duties of the Human Resources System when required
  • Report to Management on safety, statistics, improvements and regulatory requirements
  • Attend daily or weekly Supervisor meetings

 

Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILL LEVELS:

  • High School diploma
  • Experience in Safety related field preferred, Post secondary education in HSE an asset
  • Experience with Manufacturers’ Health and Safety Association
  • MHSA Auditing experience or qualifications is considered an asset
  • Experience with hazard assessment development
  • Knowledge of manufacturing environment and equipment an asset
  • Computer skills required
  • Valid Class 5 License and reliable vehicle is required for travel.
  • Well-developed instructional, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Possession of a valid and recognized Standard Level First Aid Certificate. Advanced First Aider is considered an asset
  • Good working knowledge of Alberta OH&S Legislation