Are you passionate about reaching new heights, teamwork and making a meaningful contribution? Do you picture yourself as a valued member of an industry-leading organization? If you answered yes to these questions, Air Canada is seeking enthusiastic individuals to join the diverse and vibrant team working together to lead the growth and expansion of Canada’s flag carrier.
The Occupational Health and Safety Manager - Airports is responsible for ensuring the Airports branch is compliant with the Canada Labour Code Part 2, the Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, and relevant aspects of Air Canada Publications including Pub 5. The Occupational Health and Safety Manager will also gather, analyse and communicate injury data to airport management regarding trends. They will also take on a leadership role by providing guidance to the Airports management team with the development and implementation of the injury reduction programs.
Participate in local health and safety committees, and where applicable, chair policy committee for the branch to ensure they are compliant with the Canada Labour Code Part 2, the
Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Regulations. Act as the branch subject matter expert for all Occupational Health and Safety matters
Manage injury reporting performance for all injury reports submitted to ensure quality of content, root cause and corrective actions as well as ensuring all reports are submitted to the regulator within the appropriate time frame
Participate in the Airport investigation of significant employee injuries to identify root cause, develop effective corrective actions with means to monitor effectiveness.
Collect and analyse injury data for the branch and provide recommendations
Develop root cause driven reports for all departments and work locations within the branch
Work with the stations as well as health and safety committees by developing and implementing injury reduction programs targeting specific root causes and provide guidance and coaching to ensure the programs are effective.
Identify areas of risk and perform Occupational Safety related risk assessments for the branch
Participate, coordinate and support stations to complete risk assessments as required and ensure all Occupational Safety Risk Assessments are documented in WEBOHS and Sims
Build relationships with all internal stakeholders in order to garner and provide support for safety initiatives
Manage the Hazard Prevention Program on an ongoing basis, identify areas of risk and recommend solutions to the health and safety committees.
Manage Occupational Safety Hazard reports in Sims for the branch
Prepare Occupational Safety reports as required for weekly, monthly, quaterly and annual meetings as required
Lead Occupational Safety related initiatives for the branch, Partners in Injury Reduction, NAOSH etc.
Previous operational experience as a station attendant/ lead station attendant/Customer Sales and Service Agent/Lead Customer Sales and Service Agent
Knowledge of the Canada Labour Code Part 2, the Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Regulations and/or experience with Health and Safety Committees would be an asset
Able to work occasionally during nights and weekends. Occasional travel.
University degree and/or formal training in Health and Safety, risk management preferred
Bilingual candidates preferred
Based on equal qualifications, preference will be given to bilingual candidates.
Diversity and Inclusion
Air Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success.
As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve.
Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.