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Site Safety Representative

Omineca Fabricating USA Ltd.

Varies Continental

Description

Job Summary

Omineca Fabricating is a full-service fabrication shop and heavy industry contractor specializing in mill maintenance as well as capital project installations. The foundation of Omineca Fabricating is based on the highest caliber of safety, quality, and efficiency to retain our commitment to customer satisfaction.

We are currently recruiting a passionate and diligent Site Safety Representative to provide safety leadership and oversight on a large industrial construction project in Oregon. This position will work closely with Omineca’s Safety Supervisor and our Site Supervisors to ensure the organization is fulfilling its commitment to our customers and our employees by fostering a culture of safety at the worksite.

A day in the life of a Safety Representative at Omineca will include providing expert advise and oversight to ensure project and organizational compliance with all relevant federal, state, and worksite safety requirements. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing all documentation, investigations, and incident reporting on site.

Main Duties

  • Provide leadership in safety stewardship.
  • Conduct site safety inspections and ensure work is being performed in a safe manner.
  • Monitor site and crews to ensure compliance with rules, regulations, and procedures.
  • Review and make recommendations to improve health and safety program.
  • Support field teams to achieve an incident and injury free workplace.
  • Oversee employee engagement and buy-in to the Health and Safety Program.
  • Direct and coordinate incident investigations, providing feedback to the Safety Supervisor and the Operations Manager.
  • Complete incident investigations and reporting requirements for regulating authorities.
  • Organize and participate in Safety meetings.
  • Participate in performance management as it pertains to employee safety and security.
  • Mentor and coaching employees at all levels of the organization about important Safety topics.
  • Perform other duties are required.

Qualifications

  • Authorization to work legally in the United States.
  • Minimum 3 years of progressive experience in the field of Health and Safety in an industrial environment.
  • OHSA 30 required.
  • Certificate or Degree in OHS or related field (OHST, CHTS, CSP, ARM, or STS certification preferred)
  • Experience with OSHA regulations and State Workers Compensation required.
  • Proficient with the use of computers and technology.
  • Ability to produce detailed and accurate reports.
  • Considerable experience working in an industrial environment (sawmill or wood manufacturing facility experience considered and asset).
  • Trades certificate or experience with welding/fitting/millwrighting considered an asset.
  • Unrestricted drivers license.
  • Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to travel and work long hours.
  • Good judgement and strong decision-making skills.

Benefits

  • Wage premium in lieu of Extended Health and Dental benefits after the successful completion of a three month probationary period
  • Vacation pay
  • 7 employer paid public holidays
  • Competitive compensation package
  • Wage range: $28 - $35 per hour USD

Equal Opportunity Employer

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex, or age.

Duties

  • Provide leadership in safety stewardship.
  • Conduct site safety inspections and ensure work is being performed in a safe manner.
  • Monitor site and crews to ensure compliance with rules, regulations, and procedures.
  • Review and make recommendations to improve health and safety program.
  • Support field teams to achieve an incident and injury free workplace.
  • Oversee employee engagement and buy-in to the Health and Safety Program.
  • Direct and coordinate incident investigations, providing feedback to the Safety Supervisor and the Operations Manager.
  • Complete incident investigations and reporting requirements for regulating authorities.
  • Organize and participate in Safety meetings.
  • Participate in performance management as it pertains to employee safety and security.
  • Mentor and coaching employees at all levels of the organization about important Safety topics.
  • Perform other duties are required.

Qualifications

  • Authorization to work legally in the United States.
  • Minimum 3 years of progressive experience in the field of Health and Safety in an industrial environment.
  • OHSA 30 required.
  • Certificate or Degree in OHS or related field (OHST, CHTS, CSP, ARM, or STS certification preferred)
  • Experience with OSHA regulations and State Workers Compensation required.
  • Proficient with the use of computers and technology.
  • Ability to produce detailed and accurate reports.
  • Considerable experience working in an industrial environment (sawmill or wood manufacturing facility experience considered and asset).
  • Trades certificate or experience with welding/fitting/millwrighting considered an asset.
  • Unrestricted drivers license.
  • Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to travel and work long hours.
  • Good judgement and strong decision-making skills.

Extras

  • Wage premium in lieu of Extended Health and Dental benefits after the successful completion of a three month probationary period
  • Vacation pay
  • 7 employer paid public holidays

About The Company

Omineca Fabricating USA Ltd.

287 Ongman Rd.
Prince George BC V2K 4K9 CA

Omineca Fabricating USA Ltd. provides quality maintenance, fabrication, welding and construction expertise to help our customers reach all their project goals. We are experienced in repairs, upgrades, new mill construction, and custom fabrication of material handling and processing equipment for natural resource industries across North America.

We are committed to serving our partners to the best of our abilities. Often this means operating within tight timelines and even tighter budgets. Our commitment to excellence drives us to continue to add to the roster of services we are able to offer our clients. By moving skills in-house, and investing in our employees and our business, we can ensure our operations are flexible and adaptable to a variety of unique project needs.

We are driven by our passion for excellence. This same drive and energy is reflected at every level of our operations from the office to the shop floor to your project worksite.

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Job Details

  • Location
    Varies Continental
  • Type
    Full-Time
  • Wage
    $28 - $35 Hourly
  • Hours
    40 Hours Per Week
  • Experience
    3 Years
  • Start Date
    May 1, 2024
  • Closing Date
    August 31, 2024
  • Posted
    1 month ago

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