Century Group is a BC-based, family-owned, mixed-use real estate development and construction company in business for 60 years. In addition to development, Century Group owns and manages a diverse portfolio of operating businesses, which includes apartment rentals, retail and commercial leasing, hospitality and seniors living.
Be part of Century Group where our people are engaged in our core values of community, collaboration and creativity.
Reporting to the Vice President, Construction and working closely with the General Superintendent, CSOs’ and construction team on a day-to-day basis, you will be responsible for implementing and maintaining CG construction project specific safety programs, as directed by the General Superintendent.
This role will require promotion of Century Grange safety philosophy and to develop strategies to maintain a safe work environment and highest safety standards according to Century Grange goals and values. The Safety Manager will implement necessary procedures and processes to ensure the safety of all workers, and will be responsible for educating and increasing safety awareness encompassing the overall safety of all persons on the job site. He or She will ensure a safe work environment is promoted through the Safety Committee, Toolbox meetings, Safety Orientations and periodic inspections of the work area to ensure correct procedures are followed.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Responsible for developing and executing health and safety plans for the jobsite according to Worksafe B.C. regulations, and Century Grange goals and values with regular daily inspections to ensure that Management, Leaders, Workers and Contractors are complying with Century Grange Construction Corp OH&S Program.
Prepares and enforces policies to establish a culture of health and safety by implementing the OH&S Program, monitor the safety program’s effectiveness and make any necessary changes
Work with project management teams and site workers to develop and implement solutions to safety related issues on project sites
Maintains ongoing correspondence with the relevant authorities in regard to all aspects of safety requirements
Conduct training and presentations for health and safety matters and accident prevention
Provide training to all employees on safe work practices
Monitor compliance to policies by inspecting employees and operations
Monitors all safety meetings to ensure they are held regularly
Inspect equipment and machinery to identify and prevent possible unsafe conditions
Investigate accidents, prepare and conduct incident reports to discover causes and handle workers compensation claims
Maintain safety related paperwork and safety training certifications
Set a good safety example
Recommend solutions to issues, improvement opportunities or new prevention measures
Responsible and prepares report on health and safety awareness, issues and statistics
Education & Experience
Minimum of six (6) years’ experience in the construction safety industry. Relevant Safety designation, such as National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) and/or Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP). Management experience required.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Excellent interpersonal, verbal, written and presentation skills
Strong problem solving, organizational and conflict resolution skills
Leadership and management skills
Strong with Procore, SiteDocs & G-Suite
Knowledge of OSHA standards and regulations pertaining to the specific trade or activity being managed
Demonstrated ability to build trusted and valued business partnerships that enable collaborative and decision-oriented working relationships
Proven ability to interpret, evaluate and apply laws, regulations, policies and procedures to a wide variety of work situations
Willing to travel to sites when required
Competitive pay, Extended Health & Dental, Group Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, AD&D, Pension Plan, RRSP, Training & Career Development.
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7 October 2021
1 November 2021