Health and Safety Supervisor

Website Urban Life Solutions

Job description 

The Health and Safety Coordinator is primarily responsible for overseeing and administering the City Wide Towing Health and Safety program and monitoring safety compliance of all ULS division’s projects.  

Reports to : Health and Safety Manager or Designate


  • Report any unsafe or potentially hazardous conditions to management
  • Keep apprised of changing OHS legislation and develop plans with Senior Management to facilitate changes to the Safety Program
  • Complete worksite inspections
  • Investigate workplace incidents
  • Support development and maintenance of safety policies, job procedures, and safe work practices
  • Facilitate employee and subcontractor orientations
  • Plan and present safety meetings
  • Assist in daily fitness for duty monitoring
  • Compile and maintain health and safety statistics and records
  • Support in maintaining Certificate of Recognition (COR)
  • Support in maintaining and updating 3rd Party Contractor Management Databases (i.e. ISN, CQN, Avetta, Comply Works)
  • Develop Site Specific Project Safety Plans
  • Develop Site Specific Environmental Plans
  • Develop JHA’s and attend Client kick-off meetings as required
  • Advise/Co-Chair Joint Workplace Health and Safety Reps Committee
  • Track and administer worker and sub-contractor safety training/training records
  • Assist the H & S Manager with WCB claims 
  • Support with training & development
  • Ability to travel, 25% of time to support multiple locations


Preferred Qualifications/ Certifications: 
  • College or University Degree, 2 year OHS Diploma/Certificate or NCSO designation or applicable experience would be preferred 
  • Five or more years of safety experience, supervisory experience would be considered an asset.
  • 3 – 4 Years of experience in landscaping, construction or transportation industry
  • Class 5 Drivers License
  • Alberta Occupational Health & Safety Legislation Awareness
  • Valid certifications
  • Standard First Aid & CPR 
  • Joint Health and Safety Committee Certifications 
  • Hours of Service 
  • Load Securement & TDG 
  • Experience with E-Logs  
Preferred Skills:
  • Working knowledge of Alberta OHS legislation
  • Able to communicate effectively at all levels
  • Working knowledge of transportation legislation
  • Above average computer skills (Windows, MS Office)
  • Public speaking/presentation
  • Experience in conducting incident investigations and completing investigation reports
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Able to work with minimal supervision
  • High level of accountability
  • Well-spoken, articulate, friendly, and approachable.
  • Able to represent the company in a professional manner, and comfortable in dealing directly with clients/customers if required
  • Able to respond to and adapt to regularly changing priorities

The actual base salary offered is determined based on the successful candidate’s relevant experience, skills, and competencies and considers internal equity


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