Dragados Canada Inc.
Responsibilities Position will be a salaried position working on a rotational basis. Extended hours may be required on occasion. Must be flexible to work on a team rotational schedule Work in a multi-disciplinary team to ensure the safe execution of construction activities through safe work planning, rescue plans, inspections, and audits Provide incident response and investigation to determine root cause and corrective actions Ensure compliance with legislation, site policies, and standard operating procedures Prepare Job Hazard Analysis, and other workplace plans such as emergency response plans, fall protection, traffic control, permit to work Mediate health and safety issues to resolution Inspect project work areas and recommend corrective action Promote a safe and inclusive culture Participates in the development of standards, procedures, practices and provides in-field coaching and training to personnel Participates in toolbox meetings, safety meetings, pre-activity meetings, incident reviews, and emergency response exercises May perform other duties as assigned Qualifications Minimum 3 (Three) years to 5 (Five) years of progressive experience is required. Professional accreditation in safety, health, or emergency response preferred. Marine experience preferred Hands on heavy civil construction in field environment Demonstrates competency in Safety Management Systems and safety-based behavior as part of safety culture Demonstrated proficiency in MS Office Suite. Proven self-motivated, team player with a positive attitude Strong verbal communication skills, ability to effectively engage craft, supervisors, and management Valid G class or F class license Dragados is an equal opportunity employer. While only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview, be sure to continually check our website for other related positions as they are posted. Appropriate accommodations will be provided upon request throughout the recruitment and hiring process. #LI-EK1