Safety Advisor

Pan Energy Services, Limited Partnership
Lakewood, OH
United States
Category
Job Description
Posting End Date:
November 29, 2023
Employee Type:
Regular-Full time
Union/Non:
This is a non-union position
Our Power business unit (Renewable wind and solar energy generation) is a dynamic and fast-growing business at Enbridge. We are looking for a Safety Advisor Power Operations to join our team! If you are strategic and have vision for the future of safety management within renewable power, then apply today! #topemployer
What You Will Do:
Champion the Enbridge Vision, Values, and Path to Zero Principles with internal collaborators and external contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and vendors.
Operationalize the Enbridge Safety Culture Framework by promoting and seeking out opportunities to strengthen safety culture traits, attributes, and characteristics.
Support area/regional line management and safety representatives in execution of their roles.
A contributor in the development, implementation, and sustainment of occupational health and safety programs, standards, safety cultural assessments and training programs.
Provide support to operational leadership for reaffirming safety standards and work execution management through systematic assurance of work activities and participation in corrective action plans.
Assist with health and safety matters to enable Enbridge to be aligned with all provincial, state and federal legislation, including third party audits, inspections and investigations.
Act as a conduit for communications on H&S matters between regions and S&R support teams e.g., shared services and occupational hygiene
Support implementation of Occupational Health plans initiatives and monitoring.
Conduct and/or participate in area safety assessments, inspections, and observations; quality reviews, trend and analyze data, and assist in the completion of corrective actions as required.
Support area in the incident management function inclusive of the processes for incident reporting, investigation, management committee reviews, corrective action monitoring and lessons learned bulletin communications.
Provide input into safety training courses and facilitate area safety training as required.
Participate on assigned committees and serve as a technical safety resource.
Support people leaders with post incident D&A classification.
Assume the role of safety officer or a safety support role within the Incident Command System during emergencies and emergency response exercises.
Communicate with regulators and other 3rd parties completing safety audits, reviews, inspections and/or investigations and aid in the development and timely completion of associated corrective action plans.
Generate regular and ad hoc reports on specific leading and lagging indicator metrics.
Participate in small work teams on problem identification, and problem-solving issues to support continuous improvement of operational reliability.
Who You Are:
You have the following education & experience:
Degree/Diploma or Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety or related field.
Minimum 4+ years of progressively responsible health & safety experience within the energy industry is preferred. Other combinations of education and experience will be considered.
Demonstrated ability to be innovative, tactical, work collaboratively, negotiate, influence without authority, facilitate, solve problems, work independently, manage multiple priorities, and deliver results.
Proven interpersonal, communication, writing and computer skills.
Passionate about capturing diversity of thought, experiences, and perspectives across multiple stakeholders to drive optimal solutions.
Must have a valid driver's license. Passport required for travel outside of country.
Preferred:
Certified Safety Professional or other Professional B