HSE Advisor #29762
Company: Willbros Canada
Job ID: 154
Position Status: Full Time Regular
Progress Status: Accepting Applications
Willbros Construction Services (Canada) L.P. is Canada’s’ supplier of choice for maintenance, pipeline and tank construction, in addition to upstream and downstream engineering and construction services.
With three fabrication facilities to support the manufacturing of modules, general fabrication of pipe, plate and structural components, Willbros is prepared to meet and exceed the requirements of any industrial clientele now and in the future. Our aim at Willbros Canada is to be the employer of choice offering a safe and comfortable work environment to produce the best quality and highest efficiency for our valued customer.
Summary of Position
The HSE Advisor oversees daily field HSE related activities to ensure compliance of government regulations, as well as client and company HSE systems. The HSE Advisor actively participates in the enhancement of the company's HSE systems and ensures compliance with all government regulations, as well as client and company, HSE policies, procedures.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Deliver company specific site safety orientations
- Conduct field safety inspections, observations, and audits. Implement corrective actions, assist in providing relevant HSE information that applies to those corrections, and provide completed documentation for designated Superintendents review
- Ability to problem solce in an adverse environment
- Preparation of specific Hazard Assessment and safety execution plans in compliance with government, client, and company requirements
- Follow up on assigned corrective actions
- Attend and participate in internal and external HSE related meetings
- Assist in incident investigations
- Input safety statistical information (project specific) into electronic database
- Complete and submit client specific safety reporting
- Lead by example
- Perform tasks and provides assistance to others as per the direction of the HSE Lead.
- Must possess a National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) designation or equivalent.
- Minimum of 3 years HSE experience in the Oil & Gas sector, preferably pipeline and maintenance experience
- Understanding of Alberta Occupational Health & Safety Act, Regulations and Code and how it pertains to daily field tasks
- Knowledge in conducting incident investigations (including Tap Root)
- Ability to represent the Company in front of the Client in a professional and courteous manner
- Ability to effectively communicate in large crowd settings
- Self starter that requires minimal supervision
- Ability to effectively approach and mentor operational personnel with HSE related elements
- Strong organizational skills
- Proficient in MS Excel, Word, Powerpoint, and Outlook
- Valid driver's license.