HSE DIRECTOR - EASTERN CANADA
At DCM, we deliver integrated industrial and commercial construction, maintenance and turn-around services. With a tremendous depth of knowledge, extensive experience and demonstrated success in many markets across Canada and internationally, we build lasting partnerships with clients.
Our mission is to be an industry leader by creating a family of talented individuals in a culture of innovation, safety, quality, efficiency and fun. We are proud to work with talented and qualified employees who bring a variety of skills to our group, as these skills contribute directly to the growth and success of our business.
Reporting to the Vice-President, HSE and Corporate Services, the HSE Director - Eastern Canada is responsible for all occupational health and safety activities such as prevention and the management of accident records. As HSE Director - Eastern Canada, you will deploy DCM’s corporate HSE action plan and ensure the maintenance of its prevention program. You will inspect various worksites on a regular basis to ensure that workers are working safely and that established safety standards are respected. You will also support and advise supervisors and foremen on health and safety matters.
- Manage, maintain and update the corporate health and safety program;
- Make corporate representations to clients in health, safety and environment;
- Complete various reports for the employer and clients;
- Manage health and safety documentation;
- Manage accident records and deal with the CNESST;
- Coordinate and support the efforts of various prevention officers on projects;
- Ensure the prevention manual and applicable provincial laws are respected;
- Assist foremen and supervisors in the safe execution of tasks;
- Support the bidding team in the preparation of proposals and during pre-qualifications;
- Develop project-specific prevention programs, emergency procedures and various project requirements;
- Prepare and lead meetings and health and safety training;
- Ensure that workers receive proper training to perform their duties;
- Carry out all other related tasks required in the performance of duties.
- OHS training;
- 5 to 10 years’ experience in health and safety and/or construction;
- Experience in the industrial or construction fields;
- Knowledge of English and French, written and spoken.
- Demonstrate extensive knowledge of electrical and/or mechanical material (piping is an asset);
- Competitive salary and benefits package;
- Group insurance plan;
- Group RRSP;
- Flexible work schedule;
- A dynamic and stimulating work environment;
- Social and team-building activities;
- Training activities;
- On-site gym, relaxation room and bistro;
- Free parking.