IT STARTED WITH A COMMON MISSION – TO PROTECT PEOPLE
This mission is the reason why two organizations joined forces in 2021 to create Classic Fire & Life Safety – comprising the strength of all partners, united in one, clear mission.
In June 2021, Classic Fire Protection and FCFP began a journey to come together to create a new, stronger partnership with the intention of continuing to grow with and through new partners if and when the decision to do so would be beneficial to stakeholders – partners, employees and, most critically, customers.
Supported by our values and leadership team, forged by our shared history, we’ve become the contractor of choice for high quality, professionally installed, inspected and serviced fire and life safety systems and equipment – solutions that play an essential role to ensure the safety of both our clients’ facilities and the people inside.
The Health and Safety Project Coordinator is an assertive, personable and highly organized individual responsible for assisting the Health & Safety Manager in planning, developing and coordinating the occupational health and safety component of personnel, materials, equipment and environments to achieve overall health and safety compliance and effectiveness for the CFLS Group of Companies.
Tasks & Responsibilities:
- Arranges training for employees- new and existing, track training expiry dates, assist with in-house training as necessary or contract out to appropriate trainers for external training for certain courses.
- Ensures that federal, provincial and local safety laws, regulations, codes and rules are observed and followed. Keep up to date on developments in federal and provincial safety laws likely to affect the company.
- Assist in OHSA record keeping and reporting requirements.
- Assists staff to understand OHSA regulations and standards, including guidance on handling regulatory compliance, inspections and enforcement activities.
- Assists staff to implement and adhere to company health & safety program and policy.
- Assist in investigating injuries, which occur at company facilities and job sites, in conjunction with appropriate members of management.
- Assist in evaluating hazardous conditions and practices and develops hazard control practices and programs.
- Guides and assists employees at various locations with any safety and health concerns.
- Assist in compiling CFLS’s health & safety statistics.
- Assist in the development of company specific safe work practices and safe work procedures.
- Conduct general new hire orientations and ensure field employees have the appropriate site-specific orientations if applicable.
- Monitor and review safety data and provide reports to upper management.
- Involvement with continuous improvement and projects in the health and safety department.
- Site safety visits as required and document using “Jobsite Monthly Safety Inspection” form
- Health & Safety meetings - take minutes
- Assist in the company’s subcontractor document review program and process contractor packages to the H&S Coordinator for approval.
- Maintain accurate records to ensure compliance with health and safety laws and regulations.
- Assist in the creation of monthly/weekly safety talks for the distribution to employees.
- Assists in evaluating new equipment and materials brought into the facility.
- Performs surveys and inspections to ensure compliance with the organization’s policies, procedures, regulations and standards related to employee and facility safety.
- Assist in the Coordination of site’s emergency planning and response process.
- Assist in the Administration of workers’ compensation claims and return to work
- Certificate or Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety or related discipline
- 2 years of experience, facilitating training sessions for the specific focus on hazard identification, risk assessment etc.
- Strong Presentation and Computer skills required, Virtual training experience
- COR experience an asset.
- Project Management and Coordination is an asset
- Previous training experience (developing & conducting training) is considered an asset.
- Previous experience maintaining credible open communications between management, union and safety committee
- Aptitude to gather, analyze and report accurate injury and property loss statistics, address trends and formulate corrective actions.
- Knowledge of Adult learning principles
- Adaptability to ever changing business environment
- Ability to work in a team environment/collaboration
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Valid Driver’s license
- Must be able to travel around to job sites to conduct job site inspections and/or training.
- Must reside within the Windsor ON area.
- Overnight stays will be limited but may be required.
- Working At Heights (use of ladder, Aerial Work Platform)
- Noise, light and elements exposure
- Bending / Stooping
- Lifting (1 to 40 lbs)
- Carrying (1 to 40 lbs)