Calfrac Well Services Ltd.
ROLE STATEMENT: The HSE Coordinator will be a member of the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Department responsible for providing service and support for the company’s HSE management system at the District to both management and field staff. Reporting to the HSE Supervisor, the HSE Coordinator provides leadership in implementation, development and administration of safety practices, policies and training through various methods.SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES: Provide effective communication regarding continuous improvement initiativesAble to participate in the development of policies and proceduresWork well with all business units to ensure a trouble free operationManage assignments to achieve corporate mandate of “Service First”Ensure adherence to policies and proceduresAdheres to and inspires others to adhere to the Corporate Code of Business ethicsParticipate in budgetary development and reviewEnsures the highest level of Service Delivery by the divisionReporting, investigation / analysis, development of corrective action plans for incidents and near misses with supervisors / manager. Reporting of incidents internally and externally to regulatory agencies as necessaryConduct regular HSE inspections of facilities and field work sites. Document inspections and assist management in developing corrective action plans. Follow up on completion of action plansConduct regular audits of safety critical processes (e.g. pre-trip inspections, DOT logs, etc.)Provide HSE technical support to field crews and management as neededCoordinate and manage worker’s comp issues, including reporting of incidents, coordination of modified work program, investigate claims, report and manage all necessary reportsManage and support safety meeting processes, both at facility and at field work sitesEnsure required HSE reporting to Division office is completed on time and accuratelyLead HSE risk assessment initiatives at facility and work sites, including supporting JSA process at field work sitesOversee and provide general safety training including new employee orientationManage general environmental regulatory requirements spill response and hazardous waste managementManage District SDS filesAct as District RSO or ARSO, including maintenance of files, administration of leak tests, regular inspection of gauges, management of licenses, ensure compliance to company radiation manual and federal / state radiation requirementsDOT compliance (driver file maintenance, random vehicle inspections, audit of logs, audit of hazmat compliance)General OHSA compliance and compliance to internal HSE requirements KEY ATTRIBUTES AND COMPETENCIES:A highly energetic, self-starter with the ability to work in a fast paced environment that is deadline driven and centered on providing quality informationExcellent interpersonal, relationship-building, and verbal and written communication skillsStrong leadership, mentoring and delegation skillsComfortable in a time-sensitive, project driven, team based environmentAbility to challenge assumptions backed by a strong business acumen and strong interpersonal skillsExcellent communication skills with a customer service orientation and an ability to work well with all levels of the organizationAbility to handle multiple projects and priorities with a high attention to detailAble to thrive in a rapidly changing environmentTeam player with the ability to conduct work with utmost confidentiality and professionalismWorks and inspires others to work at high performance levelsDemonstrated success with leading the creation of business process and improvement initiativesThorough knowledge of business analysis, change management, and project management, with the ability to identify/define gaps, risks and requirements and produce supporting documentationAbility to generate reports with a high attention to detailStrong working knowledge of Excel, Word and PowerPoint is essentialPosition requires extensive field travel and will sometimes require long hours in the field in adverse work/climatic environments. Work involves some lifting, extensive walking/climbing and wearing of personal protective equipment including hard hat, steel toed boots, respiratory protective equipment, goggles, etc.HSE certification such as NASP EHS Management Specialist, OHST, etc. is desiredTrainer accreditation in HSE related courses (HAZMAT, HAZWOPER, driver trainer, forklift operator trainer, etc.) is desired EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: • Associates degree or equivalent preferred• 4 years progressive responsibility oil and gas• Clean driving record This position description represents an overview of the position and is not designed to cover all duties or requirements of the role
Calfrac Well Services Ltd.
Website : http://www.calfrac.com/
Established in 1999, Calfrac began as a small oilfield services company offering fracturing and coiled tubing well services. One key difference set us apart from the competition: technology innovation driven by our customer service focus.