The Safety and Compliance Coordinator will have the opportunity to demonstrate their previous expertise in operations and safety by partnering with a cross functional Leadership team and providing support and guidance for the BU/Groups and Canadian Natural contractors in the Fort St. John North district. As the successful candidate you will make a significant contribution in the Health and Safety group while also taking full advantage of the learning opportunities.
- Steward and promote implementing and utilizing Canadian Natural’s Safety Management System
- Be a champion of Safety within Canadian Natural while promoting and ensuring a consistent application of the Safety Management System while meeting the intent of the Mission Statement
- Review and steward the incident report process amongst the Fort St. John North district, conduct incident investigations and participate in root cause analysis
- Inspect facilities – rigs – pipeline construction & ground disturbance activities, and take part in Worksite Safety Observations (WSO’s) of service providers, consultants and operations – with the intent to Develop People to achieve sustainable continuous improvement / alignment with the Safety Management System
- Evaluate incident, near miss, inspections and WSO data, identify and effectively communicate trends
- Conduct testing, evaluations and provide recommendations in relation to industrial hygiene and the mitigation of worker exposure to chemical & harmful substances
- Participate in project planning meetings, area safety meetings, pre-job safety meetings and conduct periodic field – facility and project tours to promote a safe working environment in all field areas. Be an approachable and supportive safety presence throughout the Fort St. John North district
- Provide coaching to leadership by identifying opportunities for safety culture improvement
- Facilitate Emergency Response Plan training and exercises including tabletop and major drills
- Liaise with government bodies on Canadian Natural’s safety related issues, participate in risk and hazard assessments required by legislation and work with leadership and field personal to implement SMS enhancements and new government regulations.
- Job location: Fort St. John, British Columbia
- Eligible for relocation to Fort St. John
- This is a safety sensitive position
- Competitive salary, stock options, stock savings plan and benefits
- Shift schedule: 5×2 – Monday to Friday, 8 hours/day
Skills & Qualifications:
- Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of the Canadian Natural SMS and its application to BU/Groups
- Approachable, personable, display strength in ability to work together and achieve results
- Sincere and possess ability to adjust personality and communication style to that best suited for the situation or audience
- Highly motivated, organized and maintains a personal accountability to deliver on expectations with minimal supervision and transparent communications
- 5+ years of related oil and gas operations and safety experience with Grade 12 or GED
- Formal Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) education and/or Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (CRSP) is an asset
- Proven expertise in Safety leadership, Leadership & supervisory responsibilities is an asset
- Working knowledge of provincial safety standards and regulations is an asset
- Data analysis and computer skills are required.
Why Canadian Natural?
CANADIAN NATURAL is a senior independent crude oil and natural gas exploration, development and production company based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Our strong, diversified asset base is comprised of a balanced portfolio of light, synthetic, and heavy crude oil and natural gas. Canadian Natural operates in Canada, the United Kingdom and Offshore Africa.
At Canadian Natural, we strive to live through our mission statement: “To develop people to work together to create value for the Company’s shareholders by doing it right with fun and integrity.” We are committed to a long-term presence in the communities where we operate. Our activities create value by providing employment, business development opportunities, revenues to governments that contribute to spending on goods and services, and essential resources for public services, including health, safety, education and training.
Over the last 30 years, we have grown from a Company with nine employees to over 10,000 employees. We have increased our production from approximately 400 BOE/d in 1989 to more than one million BOE/d today.
Safety is a core value at Canadian Natural. We conduct all of our operations in a way that identifies, minimizes and mitigates harm to the health and safety of employees, contractors, the public and the environment.
Canadian Natural Resources Limited – “Canadian Natural’ – is a publicly traded company on the TSX and NYSE as CNQ.
Application deadline is September 21, 2021. Apply now!
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