Technical Safety Specialist Job in Morson Canada Toronto, ON

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Location: North York, ON

Contract Duration: 6-12 months with a possibility of extension

Job Title: Technical Safety Specialist

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Duties:

The Safety Engineering department is responsible for the safety of the products and project solutions developed and deployed by the business line and compliance to safety principles, industry specific standards and best practices for the development of safety-critical systems.

 

The Technical Safety Specialist provides technical safety leadership to the safety team, is responsible for enforcing the safety strategy, developing and continuously improving safety methodologies, execution of Safety Engineering activities in accordance with the company’s process, applicable industry standards, best practices and sharing expert knowledge.

 

  • Ensure that the Safety Engineering activities are executed in accordance with the company’s process, applicable industry standards and best practices

 

  • Perform hazard identification studies (HAZID, HAZOP), hazard analyses (PHA, SHA, OSHA, FTA), safety analyses (FFMEA, FMECA, FSA) and hazard management

 

  • Define safety requirements; analyze and evaluate design compliance with safety requirements and safety principles

 

  • Review the adequacy and completeness of the safety evidences and produce the corresponding Safety Case artifacts

 

  • Provide technical safety leadership to the project Safety Engineering team; work as part of an integrated project team, promoting the company’s safety policy, best practices and train other staff

 

  • Report directly to the Manager, RAMS Engineering and liaise with the Chief Safety Architect

Skills:

Minimum Requirements: Skills, Experience, Education, Technical/Specialized Knowledge, Certifications, Language

  • B.Sc. in Electronics, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or equivalent
  • Minimum 2-3 years of experience in train control systems or automation
  • Knowledge of railway signaling systems, train control systems, fixed and moving block signaling principles, relay-based and/or computer-based interlocking design
  • Good understanding of systems engineering, software engineering and functional safety
  • Detailed knowledge of system safety lifecycle, system requirements definition, safety design concepts (system and software), safety and risk analysis
  • Good technical writing skills, excellent communication and analytical skills; excellent command of the English language, both written and oral

Preferred Qualifications

  • M.Sc. in Electronics, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or equivalent
  • Extensive experience with safety standards (CENELEC, IEC, IEEE, MIL), best practices, safety methods and techniques (HAZID, HAZOP, PHA, SHA, OSHA, FTA, FMEA/FMECA, FSA) and hazard management
  • Working knowledge of Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) and/or Solid-State Interlocking (SSI)
  • Member of Professional Engineer of Ontario (PEO) or Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE)

Education:

  • B.Sc. in Electronics, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or equivalent

 

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