Position: Quality, Health, Safety and Environment Advisor - GTA

Position Overview: 

McNally Construction Inc is seeking a project based Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental Advisor to support to projects in the GTA. The preferred candidate will have experience in Construction Health and Safety and working towards obtaining CRSP certification. Reporting to the Corporate Manager, Quality Health Safety & Environment, the QHSE Advisor will be responsible for the following: 

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Implement and maintain a variety of occupational health, safety, and environmental programs on an active construction site. 
  • Adhere to the Management System and track adherence appropriately. 
  • Develop and implement project specific safety and environmental plans. 
  • Identify and address hazards on projects by performing thorough inspections at all locations on the project.  
  • Support compliance of municipal, provincial, and federal regulations.  
  • Facilitate and coordinate health and safety training programs and compliance tracking.  
  • Document and investigate incidents including near misses, with a focus on implementing effective corrective and preventive actions.  
  • Procurement of safety supplies required for the project (PPE, Rescue equipment, First Aid supplies, etc)  
  • Work in conjunction with the Project Manager and Supervisors to implement a safety based focus on projects.  
  • Travel to various office locations required. 

 

Key Requirements 

The successful candidate will have:  

Education:  

  • A certificate or diploma in Occupational Health & Safety and Environmental Sciences, or in a related field (or the equivalent in work experience). 
  • CRSP certification preferred 

Experience: 

  • 5 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience 
  • Experience in construction Health and Safety or Marine Health and Safety preferred 
  • Experience in ISO Management Systems considered an asset 
  • Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations 
  • Knowledge of Provincial and Federal laws and regulations. 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office