Are you a First Nations, Metis, or Inuit leader who always puts safety first? Do you prioritize the safety of your teams, and ensure an incident-free work environment?
As the Safety Manager, you'll be responsible for establishing and maintaining a safety-conscious work environment that embodies a Culture of Care direction. Working closely with the plant management and production teams, you'll organize and execute corrective and preventative safety activities with the overall objection to drive an incident-free plant, and return our associates home safely each day.
Some of your additional duties include performing job hazard analysis and ergonomic risk assessments and creating a plan to reduce found risks, as well as perform incident investigations using the 8D process with a focus on the root cause, corrective, and preventative actions and verification. You'll also create and maintain a safety matrix and database to support all necessary safety training outlined by the client and OHSA standards, and manage all claims from accident report to the return of the worker. You can approve or recommend changes location/relocation of equipment, facilities, safety designs, and processes, develop and implement effective test programs for the identification, prevention, and control of occupational injuries and illnesses, and administer the plant hazard communication program.
As the Safety Manager, you're accountable for:
Our Children's Medicine is building a future Indigenous and diverse job seekers have equal access to, and are properly represented amongst Canadian businesses. Our Children's Medicine (OCM) achieves this through a dual approach focusing on employment systems and job seeker development.
OCM prides itself on holding business accountable as we work towards achieving a workforce brimming with incredible Indigenous talent, and together putting reconciliation into action.