Health Safety Environment Advisor

Green Infrastructure Partners

Reporting to the Director HSE, the HSE Advisor will work alongside with the national health and safety team and local operations and be responsible for completing various administrative duties such as, entering data into GIP Internal Flex System, reporting, uploading monitoring and enforcing compliance with national programs and participating in audits, monthly meetings, and inspections and will also play a role in operations analytics. They will pull data, create weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Assist in developing and implementing safety programs in compliance with Federal and Provincial legislation.
  • Monitor safety performance of on-site workers to determine vulnerability and mitigate worker exposure.
  • Identify potential hazards and hazardous materials and control measures.
  • Perform investigations to identify root causes and gauge immediate control measures that need to be taken to prevent reoccurrence in the future.
  • Educate workers about the company’s safety policy and procedures and essential safety standards.
  • Identify safety training and orientation requirements.
  • Develop and maintain project specific HSE plans for assigned projects.
  • Develop Health and Safety stats and lead and lag Indicators for local and regional sites.
  • Provide support and assistance to the operations team for HSE related matters.
  • Communicate information to employees regarding health and safety policies and procedures.
  • Attend, facilitate and participate in weekly safety talks, monthly meetings, and audits.
  • Process and finalize reports to be completed in a timely manner.
  • Assist in safety audits, ISO Audit.

Position Requirements:

  • CRSP, NCSO or other professionally recognized safety certification preferred.
  • COR/ISO Auditor training is preferred.
  • Evenings and weekends may be required.
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Post-secondary education (degree or diploma) in health and safety, or equivalent education.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of Health and Safety experience in construction, preferable working with heavy equipment such as but not limited to excavators, front end loaders, Rotary Drill Rigs.
  • Willing to travel to Alberta twice a month to conduct HSE Audits/Inspections and provide ongoing support to the Alberta Operations from British Columbia.
  • Comprehensive/working knowledge of Alberta and British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety legislation and industry safety standards.
  • Results-driven with an ability to deliver success in a fast-paced environment.
  • Outcome focused, critical thinker with the ability to analyze and visualize to ensure continuous improvement across our business.
  • Ability to connect and interact with people to seek different perspectives.
  • Superb communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple competing priorities.
  • Demonstrate versatility and resourcefulness in overcoming business challenges.

Our purpose

At Green Infrastructure Partners (GIP), our people are second to none. The work we do impacts lives. It impacts our schools and neighborhoods and shapes our communities and cities.

We are one of Canada’s largest and fastest-growing construction companies. Every day our people are designing, delivering, and maintaining infrastructure for Canada’s rapidly growing cities. From demolition, shoring and foundations, excavation, and remediation, to structures, paving and the production of materials, we have the unique ability to self-perform all project scopes without reliance on sub-contractors.

The most valuable asset at GIP is people – our employees, our customers, and the public. Nothing is more important than our people coming to work happy and leaving safe.

We are committed to fostering a work environment that embraces Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging for all so our people benefit from the creative solutions that come from embracing differences.

Sustainability is part of our DNA. We focus on recycling and reusing materials by taking old roads and reengineering them into new roads, keeping tons of used materials out of our landfills.

The work we do today at GIP will carry us into a better, greener, and safer tomorrow.

About the GIP Team

As we look to the future, we need creative, ambitious, and innovative professionals like you who can help us to build the world of tomorrow, today.

GIP team members are at the heart of our success in designing and delivering infrastructure projects safely, thoughtfully, and with the highest quality. Our culture allows employees to bring their A-Game to work each day. If you want to work for a world-class organization that provides an exceptional career experience with an inclusive and collaborative culture, this opportunity is for you!