DEPARTMENT: Petroleum Services and Transport LOCATION: Baie-D'Urfé STATUS: Permanent, full-time POSTED: December 19th, 2017 WHO WE ARE
La Fédération des coopératives du Nouveau-Québec is owned by its fourteen member co-ops in the Inuit communities of Nunavik. FCNQ was established in 1967 to provide the rapidly growing cooperative movement with more effective powers and services to help attain their vision "Atautsikut" Together – working to develop as a people, leaving none behind.
Under the supervision of the Senior Training and Environmental Compliance Coordinator, the candidate will be responsible for ensuring compliance with workplace safety requirements for all operations carried out by the FCNQ's Transportation and Petroleum Services and its subsidiaries as well as all other activities impacting on or governed by health and safety standards.
• Ensure that local operations are in compliance with the laws, regulations, and standard practices governing personal health and safety; • Responsible for purchasing protective and safety equipment; • Participates in the development of policies for the use of personal protective equipment; • Participate in the development and application of training programs tailored to personnel handling hazardous materials and working in high-risk environments; • Ensure compliance with regards to the qualification of new personnel and maintenance of their competencies; • Take part in the drafting of procedures and safety manuals for all department activities; • Identify client requirements (mining and other companies), implement the required procedures and ensure maintenance of preventions plans; • Professionally represent the FCNQ and its subsidiaries with regard to compliance and health and safety with the FCNQ's clients and the government authorities overseeing this business sector; • Any other related tasks as requested by the supervisor.
• Undergraduate university education in a relevant subject matter; • Minimum of three years' experience in a similar position; • Advanced knowledge of workplace health and safety rules (Bill C-21, OHS Act, OHS Regulations); • Strong interpersonal skills; • Autonomy and leadership; • Very good knowledge of Microsoft Office; • Able to communicate in French and in English, both verbally and written; • Relevant experience and/or knowledge of the landscape of the mining industry in northern regions; • Training in one or more of the following areas: • TDG, WHMIS, LOCK-OUT PROCEDURES, CONFINED SPACE, WORKING AT HEIGHTS, HOT WORK.
• Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week; • The position requires occasionally working irregular hours and working outdoors.
Candidates who are interested may submit their resumes to the email address linked or by fax to (514) 457-5651 before January 2nd, 2018. PDF
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