About this role
- Drive HSE by design for B100 – Design the building so that it is operational, safe, and sustainable;
- Actively participates in design to ensure HSE risks are identified and mitigated in engineering design phases of the project;
- Ensure regulatory requirements (eg. Occupational Health & Safety Act, Industrial Regulations, Canadian Biosafety Standards, etc.) for the design and execution are met;
- Ensure design conforms to corporate HSE standards and guides as well as local site policies and
- Apply site’s HSE Project Requirements gate review process;
- Coordinate and/or participate appropriate assessments as required and driving corrective actions with those responsible. Examples include:
Process safety reviews (HazOp Studies);
ATEX assessments / fire & explosion risk assessments;
Industrial hygiene and chemical handling assessments; and Pre-start HSE reviews.
- Assist design team in applying safe and sustainable HSE solutions for identified risks;
- Utilizes HSE team subject matter experts for basis of design relating to biosafety, environment, safety and hygiene;
- Applies green building design principals. Ensures new design is compliant with regulatory and corporate Environmental requirements with a specific focus on air, noise, wastewater and energy;
- Acts in a timely fashion to address and/or escalates significant high risk items that require immediate attention;
- Regularly communicates back to the HSE team on project performance, key risks, lessons learned, wins, and other project updates.
- Coordinate and lead process safety reviews of existing processes; includes making updates to the master reports when changes are made;
- Provide solutions to mitigate HSE risks; and
- Track and monitor corrective and preventive actions;
- Work with HSE management in assigning HSE professionals to support project design and execution;
- Enforce and track the HSE Project gate review process to with project managers and HSE contacts;
- Deliver training as required for HSE Project Requirements;
- Degree in Engineering (Process or Chemical)
- Minimum 5 years work related experience, knowledge of HS legislation/regulations/standards (specifically design, construction and maintenance related), engineering practices, and concepts.
- Previous pharmaceutical manufacturing and process safety experience is preferred.
- HazOp, risk analysis and FMEA experience;
- Knowledge of workplace hazards and hierarchy of controls;
- Knowledge of general safety principles;
- Knowledge of biosafety and biocontainment principles;
- Knowledge of mechanical systems (HVAC systems, power generation, utilities)
- Ability to read engineering drawings;
- Ability to work transversally across functions;
- Ability to have bias for action;
- Ability to make risk based decisions;
- Ability to influence;
- Excellent communication skills (verbal, written and presentation);
- Data management including spreadsheets, databases is an asset.
What we offer
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- Vacancy number: PUB246229
- Location: North York
- Market: Life Sciences & Health Care
- hours per week: 40
- Branch: Pharmaceutical
- Education level: Academic Bachelor
- Area of Expertise: Project Management & Services
- Closing date: Friday, February 7, 2020
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