Safety Advisor

By | May 27, 2021

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Job Description:SUMMARY This position is responsible for promoting safety education and marketing of programs and services; for providing professional, quality safety related customer service and advice to the membership and other identified customers. The Safety Advisor role is a great fit for someone who is passionate about safety, customer focused, has strong communication and interpersonal skills and on-site safety experience. The ability to promote the value of services offered by our organization while building relationships, and strength in using technology to engage with people remotely will be required for success in this role. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESProvide effective marketing and delivery of programs and services to the membership including promoting safety education, site visits and inspections, toolbox talks, hazard assessments, best practices/procedures, orientations, and safety demonstrations.Provide quality service and advice to assigned Regional Safety Committees and members. Conduct safety and pre-audit inspections in conjunction with the Certificate of Recognition (COR) and Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR) programs when requested.Provide accurate and efficient delivery of safety training courses and presentations when requested including regional training. Assist members with the development of an effective health and safety program including health and safety manual development. Provide leadership on special group activities; attend meetings, functions, and special events.Perform other related duties as assigned. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Education and Experience: Grade 12 and/or related industry training of a minimum 100 hours (industry trade apprenticeship) and/or journeyperson status.National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) designation or a related certificate in Occupational Health and Safety is a definite asset.3 plus years of field occupational health and safety experience (two years of which in the construction industry) or a suitable combination of education, training and experience.Working on a construction site in a direct or similar capacity.Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety legislation and Workers’ Compensation Board policy. Skills and Abilities:Confident, customer service skills, interpersonal, and conflict resolution skills.Strong communications and presentation skills, including verbal and written and effective public speaking skills.Understanding of relationship based sales techniques.Ability to work in an objective and bias free manner, while ensuring sound judgment, honesty and integrity at all times.Excellent planning and organizational skills including the ability to prioritize and effectively manage time.Computer literacy, including effective working skills of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Email and Forms; proficiency in Zoom video conferencing platform would be an asset.Ability to work well independently, within a team environment. Conditions of Employment: This position will require travel within the province. The successful candidate will be required to provide proof of a valid driver’s license and provide a driver’s abstract.Company Description:In 2019, the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) was proud to be recognized as one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers. The SCSA is a high-performance organization with talented and dedicated employees who are passionate about safety. The SCSA is always open to receiving resumes from talented people who thrive in a challenging environment built on teamwork and respect. If you are looking to build a career in the health and safety industry and want to excel at a job that is both demanding and rewarding, the SCSA would like to hear from you.The SCSA is an equal opportunity employer that offers competitive wages and total compensation to their employees. Some of the many benefits include paid vacation and sick leave, professional development opportunities and employer paid benefits. To support and encourage work-life balance, the SCSA also offers a formal earned day off program.The construction industry funds the SCSA to provide cost-effective, accessible safety training and advice. The SCSA aims to reduce the human and financial cost of injuries. Registered March 22, 1995, the SCSA is, since inception, committed to injury prevention. Serving almost 10,000 member companies, with business offices in both Regina and Saskatoon, the major business units of the association are:- Administration- Advisory Services – Corporate Development- Corporate Services- Program Services- Training ServicesThe vision of the SCSA is to create the Safest Construction Environment in Canada through its mission of Constructing Safety Leadership. Our Values: Respect “We value people and promote a culture of fairness and inclusion”Safety “Safety is top of mind in everything we do”Adaptability “We are customer focused and responsive to the changing needs of our members”Leadership “We are professional, socially responsible and committed to our mission”Integrity “We do the right thing and always stand up for what is right”For more information about SCSA visit, www.scsaonline.ca. Job ID: 24059327
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Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

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