Resolute WFS (Subsidiary of Brevitas Consulting) is dedicated to helping organizations achieve tangible results and lasting improvements via successful project delivery, continuous process improvement and effective management of change. We serve businesses in a wide range of industries including Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, and Food & Beverage industry.
Currently we are looking for highly motivated and energetic individual to join our team as HSE (Health, Safety and Environment) Specialist for year project in the Greater Toronto Area. We are looking for the "right" person with the “can-do” attitude and ability to deliver results in challenging conditions.
Responsibilities : Track Health Safety and Environmental compliance.
Drive conformance to the site’s HSE management systems.
Provide coaching and mentoring to management and staff.
Proactively monitor business performance and trends and provide regular updates to management.
Facilitate hazard identification and assists in managing HSE risk with the goal of risk elimination
Actively participate in department meetings for the business functions they support.
Participate in HSE inspections and HSE audits.
Drive on-time completion of accident reporting, hazard reporting and investigations.
Develop, coordinate and/or deliver HSE-specific training.
Spend ~80% of their time in the business area they support (specifically on the shop floor).
Support departmental manager with continuous improvement strategy and program.
Acts in a timely fashion to address and/or escalates significant high risk items that require immediate attention.
Be flexible in providing HSE service support across shifts (min 2 shifts per month on off-shifts).
Communicate back to the HSE team on business performance, current business, lessons learned, wins, and other HSE business.
Support and monitor HSE audit-ready activities and initiatives, as required.
Drive implementation of immediate corrections to issues that don’t require a long term action plan.
Ensure CAPAs are appropriate and effective to prevent recurrence and drive on-time completion of CAPAs.
Conduct HSE risk assessments as required.
Enforce change management techniques (HSE Requirements for Projects, change control assessments, etc.) to ensure HSE risks are identified and controlled in the design phases of projects.
Lead/participate as HSE Department representative for specialized projects, as assigned.
Simplification of HSE programs and procedures to make them more effective to managers and shop floor employees.
Participate in and use HSE communication tools (HSE alerts, HSE blotter, etc.).
Regularly update Accident and Incident database.
Use the site’s CAPA tracking system in a timely fashion.
Participate in HSE on-call rotation for providing guidance and/or response for after-business hour situations and internal emergency response calls.
: Minimum College Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree with a focus in, Health, Safety, Environment Sciences
Minimum 3 years of practical experience with Health, Safety and Environment (HSE)
Knowledge of Safety, Biosafety, and other regulatory requirements a plus
Previous pharmaceutical and/or laboratory experience is preferred.