Manager, Health & Safety Alberta Operations

Kleysen Group Ltd

Kleysen is seeking a Safety Manager to lead our Yard, Trucking & Rail safety programs in Alberta. The position will be based in Edmonton and supervise a team of safety professionals in Calgary & in Edmonton. 

In this role, you will identify, develop, and implement Health & Safety programs that increase health and safety in Alberta operations by maximizing compliance with industry standards and government regulations, and collaborating with the Safety Manager in Winnipeg to create a Kleysen Safety 1st culture in all our locations. This role reports to the Vice-President, Safety, Fleet & Driver Services in Winnipeg. 

The ideal candidate will have a good understanding of rail, liquid handling & transloading with a solution orientated and hands on approach in working alongside the Operations team & the Business Unit Leader in:

  • Creating effective safe workplace procedures & best practices.
  • Leading development of safety systems, policies & training & competency assessments.
  • Conducting & overseeing safety inspections, audits, etc.
  • Leading and/or overseeing hazard analysis, risk assessments and incident investigations to determine root cause.
  • Supporting disability & return to work programs.
  • Identifying opportunities to support & enhance a Safety 1st culture.
  • Communicating & reporting on safety metrics to leadership & employees.

This role will offer you:

  • A leadership role in a hands-on fast paced operations environment.
  • An opportunity to impact & affect the health & safety programs.
  • Work with a committed team of health & safety professionals.
  • Competitive salary with comprehensive Benefits, Pension & Profit Share Program.
  • Company vehicle & cell phone for after-hours support.


  • 6+ years of progressive health, safety experience within the liquid handling & product transloading and/or transportation industry.
  • Post-secondary education in health, safety, and environmental management. CRSP designation a definite asset. 
  • Proven experience developing and leading safety and health programs, including procedures, training, audits, and inspections. 
  • Working knowledge of federal safety and environmental regulations. 
  • Confident communication, conflict management, and problem-solving skills. 

How To Apply: 

We are not collecting applications on LinkedIn. To apply, please submit a cover letter, stating salary expectations, along with a resume to We will be recruiting for this role as resumes are received. 

NOTE: Only applications received via email to will be considered.