Specialist, Safety Job in US
Location: CA – Trenton Generating Station, Nova Scotia
Posting Number: 5592
Nova Scotia Power’s greatest source of energy is our people. In a culture focused on safety and our customers, we’re committed to providing exceptional service to Nova Scotians and rewarding careers for our employees. We’re hiring solution-minded people excited to help us grow into the future. We are currently looking to fill the term position of Safety Specialist.
Accountabilities: As part of a team, the successful candidate will work with Nova Scotia Power management, employees, and our Contractors to support and strengthen our safety culture and ensure compliance to our safety program and work practices.
The successful candidate is responsible to work with Contractors who supply services to Trenton Generating Station and apply the appropriate measure of direction and support to ensure compliance with Nova Scotia Power’s Contractor Safety Program.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Work with Trenton Contract Managers and Site Representatives to ensure all are aware, knowledgeable, and held accountable to follow the Contractor Safety Program
Ensure all Trenton Tier I (High Risk) Contractors are registered on ISN
Report all Trenton Contractor Incidents
Person-hours, lost time, medical aid, restricted work, first aid, high potentials, proactives
Provide analysis on trends we are experiencing and proper corrective actions to address these trends
Ensure JOHSC investigations are completed for all serious incidents
Support major outages and significant events in the business
Be a 24-Hour Safety Champion and bring our safety culture home with you.
Ensure Safety Department has a visible field presence
Provide onsite guidance and presence on work sites around the province where Contractors are completing work scope under contract with NS Power
Complete field audit reports and observations
Assist with the completion of Contractor Assessments and Evaluations utilizing standard reporting and criteria developed by Nova Scotia Power
Act as a Liaison with regulatory agencies, including onsite with officers from Labour and Advanced Education
Support compliance of your assigned operating area with the requirements of the Safety Program through auditing and observation
Provide coaching & counseling on safety related issues
Assist Managers, Supervisors and frontline employees understand and apply interpretations of safety regulations, policies & rules
Provide safety related education such as Scaffolding Awareness training
Attend management team meetings to ensure a consistent message is delivered
Work with other utilities and industries to improve safety in the workplace
Travel across the province is a requirement of the position.
You will be responsible for your personal safety and that of your co-workers by observing all Occupational Health and Safety Rules and Regulations. You will be accountable for environmental performance as it relates to the environmental management system processes and initiatives.
Skills, Capabilities and Experience: As the ideal candidate you have a demonstrated a passion for safety and experience working with world class safety programs. The ideal candidate has at least three years of experience in safety role. You also have several years’ experience in a trade or operational role where safety was a priority. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in generation, transmission, distribution and or communication industries. A CRSP designation and familiarity with the Nova Scotia Health and Safety Act and Regulations would be considered assets
This position calls for exemplary relationship building, communication and motivational skills. You will build and maintain working relationships with teams within Nova Scotia Power and its operating areas. The successful applicant has demonstrated their effectiveness as a team leader and easily crosses organizational boundaries to work effectively as part of an integrated team. You are confident in your ability to make the right decision
This position is considered a safety sensitive position. As such, the successful candidate must comply with the Emera Alcohol and Drug Policy which requires a confidential pre-employment alcohol and drug test in accordance with the Emera Alcohol and Drug Procedure.
Reports to: Designated Safety Department Employee
Form of Application: Click the APPLY button at the end of the online job posting. Complete all required information fields and copy and paste your covering letter and resume into the online form.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Must Be Received By: All interested candidates should apply no later than April 23, 2019.
Late applications may not receive consideration.