$60,000 to $75,000 per year depending on experience
Human Resources - Recruitment
Type of job
Day shift, Monday to Friday
Are you passionate about occupational health and safety? Do you want to apply your skills in a forward-thinking company that prioritizes prevention and compliance with legal standards? If so, this job opportunity is perfect for you!
Our client? A Quebec-based company operating in major Canadian ports, located in Sainte-Catherine, and renowned for excellence in maritime activities.
Your role? Ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulations to provide a safe and healthy work environment.
Ensuring the update and compliance of operational documents related to Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), including standards, laws, regulations, and client requirements.
Conducting audits, making recommendations, implementing preventive or corrective measures, and monitoring their application.
Participating in incident investigations, leading investigation teams, and overseeing the process.
Communicating improvement ideas and OHS-related issues to the management team.
Contributing to the annual evaluation of OHS management systems.
Monitoring operations on operational unit sites and vessels.
Identifying hazards and assess risks related to activities.
Participating in various committees and task forces.
Monitoring employee and supervisor OHS training.
Coordinating employee OHS training with team leaders.
Preparing necessary documentation to ensure active compliance with rules.
Analyzing trends in OHS-related incidents by identifying causes and implementing preventive measures.
Acting as a driver for change within the operational unit.
Performing any other related tasks.
Comprehensive group insurance program (including dental insurance).
Registered Retirement Savings Plan (with employer contributions).
Possibility for flexible hours.
Remote work policy (50%).
Employee assistance program.
Ongoing training program for employees.
Permanent position, day shift.
DCS in Occupational Health and Safety Management, or equivalent.
Minimum of two years’ experience as an OHS generalist.
Experience in both federal and provincial jurisdiction jurisdictions, and in a unionized environment.
Excellent proficiency in Microsoft Office suite.
Fully bilingual, both orally and in writing.
Excellent knowledge of laws and regulations related to occupational health and safety (COHSR, Canadian Labour Code, and other federal laws).
Experience in the maritime transport industry is an asset.
Availability for occasional travel.
Strong analytical, synthesis, and writing skills.
Effective communicator and team player.
Exceptional professionalism and precision.
Innate sense of responsibility as a passionate and committed individual.
Desire to contribute to the development of a team culture based on respect, transparency, and pride in a job well done.