Safety Advisor

Nova Scotia – Dartmouth | Head Office

Build the Future with us!

We build relationships. We build Communities. We build the Future. At Lindsay Construction, we have been growing the communities of Atlantic Canada for over 60 years and we want you to join us! Be part of something great and feel the impact you make on the community you live in.

Reporting to the Director Safety and Quality, the Safety Advisor is responsible to fulfill safety obligations for the region. This opportunity is ideal for an individual who excels in a fast-paced and diverse environment.

Position Benefits

Here’s why we think you’ll love working at Lindsay:

  • Flexible working hours throughout the year (early “Lindsay Fridays”)
  • Competitive salary
  • Annual Incentive Plan
  • Employee Health Benefits
  • Group RRSP with 4% matching
  • Annual health and wellness reimbursement
  • Frequent social and community-based events
  • Opportunities to collaborate closely with senior personnel and other departments

Position Responsibilities

Here’s what your day-to-day looks like:

  • Ensure compliance with applicable legislation within Atlantic Canada
  • Promote a strong safety culture both onsite and in office
  • Provide your insight into the company’s health and safety program to continuously make improvements
  • Conduct safety training and maintain safety training records (e.g., safety orientations, equipment inspections)
  • Conduct comprehensive hazard assessments and formal site inspections
  • Participate in recording monthly safety statistics
  • Implement, enforce, monitor, and update site specific health and safety plans
  • Deliver site specific safety orientations and ensure that personnel undergo orientation before entering the site
  • Maintain site specific logs of inspections, meeting, infractions, and mitigating measures
  • Assist with maintenance of the company’s quality management system
  • Work with the safety department on various business development initiatives (International Standards Organization, Workers Compensation Board, safety training, loss control, etc.)

Job Requirements

Our ideal candidate has the following:

  • 5+ years of safety experience within construction industry
  • CHSC or CRSP designation, or similar
  • Knowledge of current legislation and regulations within Atlantic Canada
  • Knowledge of safe work practices required for execution work and operation of equipment
  • Knowledge of preventative maintenance program for construction site equipment
  • Possess a working knowledge of the MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Ability to lead and work with minimal supervision
  • Possess valid driver’s license

    How to Apply:

    Please use the link provided to apply. In addition to your application, please indicate if you have received training in any of the following areas:

    • Hazardous materials management
    • Supervision Training
    • Emergency Procedures
    • WHMIS
    • Records and Statistics
    • Emergency Preparedness
    • Scaffold Training (Erection/Inspection)
    • Hazard Identification, inspections, analysis
    • CPR Training
    • Confined Space Training
    • Investigations and Reporting
    • St. John Ambulance First Aid Training
    • Fall Protection Training
    • Occupational Health/Hygiene

    We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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