Search Jobs

Contract Opportunities

If you are an experienced professional wanting the flexibility to leverage your skills and knowledge into a diverse and rewarding assignment or someone who is not sure what industry or specialty you want to focus your career in, check out our contract assignments. We know contracting and can assist with setting yourself up as an independent contractor as well as provide insight into compliance and opportunity generation. If you want the control and advantage of self-directing your career then give contract work a try!

Permanent Opportunities

Deciding what you want to do for the next 3 to 5 years is an important decision. Add to that deciding who you want to work for without a real understanding of the culture and make-up of a new company can be daunting. At CTSNA we are interested in you. Not just how you will fit into a particular job, but what skills you want to leverage, or what you want to learn, do and become. By all means check out our permanent employment opportunities, but don’t be surprised if we ask about you before we tell you about the culture and expectations of the companies we represent.

Search a job :

6768 - Safety Specialist

Category: Engineering Work Type: Contract Location: Tiverton
Safety Specialist
Number of Vacancies: 4
Duration: 1 Year
Location: Tiverton, Ont.
Scope of Work
  • Developing safety, health and environmental policies, procedures, codes and standards.
  • Identifying and recognizing actual and potential hazards through field inspections.
  • Assessing environments, tasks and other elements to ensure that physiological and psychological capabilities, capacities and limits of humans are not exceeded.
  • Consult with and advise Line Organizations engaged in planning, design, development and installation or implementation of systems or programs involving hazard controls. Assist in the development of work plans by the line organization to minimize hazards.
  • Providing advice, guidance and interpretation in a function capacity to staff regarding safety, health and environmental laws, codes, regulations and standards and ensure compliance.
  • Reviewing, compiling, analyzing and interpreting data from accident and loss event reports and other sources regarding injuries, illnesses, property damage, environmental effects or public impacts
  • Developing methods for anticipating and predicting hazards from experience (OPEX), historical data and other information sources.
  • Formulating and prescribing engineering or administrative controls.
  • Directing or assisting in planning and developing educational and training materials or courses. Conducting or assisting with courses related to designs, policies, procedures and programs involving hazard recognition and control.
  • Advising others about hazards, hazard controls, relative risk and related safety matters when they are communicating internally with managers and employees and externally when dealing with the Ministry of Labour, Workplace Safety & Insurance Board.
  • Managing and implementing hazard controls and hazard control programs which are within the duties of the safety position.
  • Directing, developing, or helping to develop management accountability and audit programs which assess safety performance of entire systems, organizations, processes and operations or their components and involve both deterrents and incentives.
  • Preparing reports which communicate valid and comprehensive hazard controls which are based on analysis and interpretation of accident exposure, loss event and other data.
  • Providing results of evaluation assessments, including recommended adjustments and changes to hazard controls or hazard control programs, to individuals or organizations responsible for their management and implementation.
  • Establishing and implementing techniques, which involve risk analysis, cost, cost-benefit analysis, work sampling, loss rate and similar methodologies, for periodic and systematic evaluation of hazard control and hazard control program effectiveness.
  • Developing methods to evaluate the costs and effectiveness of hazard controls and programs and measure the contribution of components of systems, organizations, processes and operations toward the overall effectiveness.
  • Develop methods and establish techniques for field sampling and testing instruments.
  • Developing methods which integrate safety performance into Bruce Power’s goals, operations and productivity.
  • Recommend research and development studies of existing or potential safety and health problems and issues.
  • On a periodic basis, provide direction to others by assigning and checking work and as required give instructions and direction.
  • Perform other duties as required.
Education & Experience Requirements
  • Requires a knowledge of physics, chemistry, biology, physiology, statistics, mathematics, computer science, engineering mechanics, industrial processes, business, communication and psychology.
  • Requires a knowledge of industrial hygiene and toxicology, design of engineering hazard controls, fire protection, ergonomics, system and process safety, safety and health program management, accident investigation and analysis, product safety, construction safety, education and training methods, measurement of safety performance, human behavior, environmental safety and health, and safety, health and environmental laws, regulations and standards.
  • Requires a knowledge of management and business administration, engineering, education, physical and social sciences and other fields.
  • This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the successful completion of the Canadian Registered safety Professional (CRSP) and a degree in Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, Ergonomics or equivalent.
Back to top