Environment, Health and Safety Business Partner - Thunder Bay, Canada - Viterra

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    At Viterra, we thrive on connection. As a global agricultural network, our team realizes the power in connecting local farmers to countries around the world. We're committed to creating a workplace that provides our people with the support, guidance, and motivation needed to achieve more. Come see how we feed your drive with work you can take pride in, accessible leadership, and meaningful rewards.

    Harness your expertise to lead the agriculture industry.

    Environment Health & Safety Business Partner

    You will be responsible for managing the Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) function for the Thunder Bay Terminal, through the implementation and support of our EH&S programs, to ensure effective risk management, regulatory compliance, and proactive management strategies.

    What you'll do

  • Develop, implement and provide technical support and manage safety, health and environmental standards, programs and procedures.
  • Manage, coordinate and conduct corporate environment, health and safety risk management activities, including risk assessment evaluations of facilities Implement arrangements for disaster recovery and document recovery procedures.
  • Interface regularly with operations personnel to foster a high-performance environment, health and safety culture, through coaching, motivating and mentoring to create an environment which promotes teamwork and continuous improvement.
  • Provide input for the design, construction and operating characteristics of facilities and equipment to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards.
  • Provide emergency response technical support and assists with the development, implementation and ongoing support of emergency response capabilities.
  • What you bring to our team

  • Knowledge and understanding of governmental regulations at the federal and provincial/state level.
  • Experience with implementation of policies and procedures.
  • Excellent oral, written and presentation/training skills.
  • At least five (5) years of relevant experience with a post secondary degree in a natural or applied science and a registered professional designation.
  • What we offer

  • Motivated learning alongside high-performing colleagues.
  • A competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.
  • Short-Term Incentive Plan offering additional earning potential in the form of an annual bonus.
  • Future security through a Retirement Savings Plan.