Safety Advisor – Camp & Flights

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Job Detail

  • Career Level Post Secondary Education
  • Experience Previous Experience
  • No. of Openings 1
  • Department Contracting

Job Description

Launched in 1998 with nothing more than a used Caterpillar dozer and an entrepreneurial spirit, Bouchier has grown to be a leading provider of integrated site services to the Athabasca Oil Sands region.

From our head office in Fort McKay, Alberta, the company now employs more than 800 dedicated team members and commands a fleet of over 350 pieces of equipment.

With a strong belief in doing the right things in the right way, Bouchier is now one of the largest companies owned and operated by Indigenous peoples in the area providing contracting, construction, and general site services.

Position Summary: 

  • Type:             Full-Time, Permanent
  • Location:       CNUL Albian
  • Schedule:      7on / 7 off
  • *Camp & Flights from Hubs Calgary or Edmonton

Compensation Details:

  • Vacation pay at 6% – paid out bi-weekly upon start date
  • H&D benefits
    • $500 health spending account – 100% employer paid
    • Employer paid Insurances
  • RPP (Registered Pension Plan) with company matching
  • Employer paid Employee Assistance Program

Other Incentives:

  • Competitive wages
  • Safety Recognition
  • Years of Service Recognition – Annual
  • Bouchier welcome gift and company swag
  • Overtime available but not guaranteed

Role Summary: 

The safety advisor is a service provider and leader in the field who assists an organization in assessing, designing, planning and implementing overall safety, and helps in maintaining an effective occupational health and safety management system at the field level. The advisor also helps to review the protective and preventative measures that an organization is required to follow and therefore minimize operational losses, occupational health problems, accidents and injuries. The successful candidate would be directly involved in incident investigations and root cause analysis.

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Promote and implement HSE&SR systems to ensure proactive management and continuous improvement in operational performance
  • Formulate training and educational materials to create a safe environment for employees
  • Document, maintain, and communicate HSE&SR policies, standards, procedures and best practices
  • Support in the development, implementation and analysis of health and safety reporting systems
  • Benchmark HSE&SR statistics
  • Track and communicate HSE&SR performance
  • Identify, assess and implement HSE&SR programs, as well as new technology to improve operations and HSE&SR performance
  • Review and update policies, procedures and work practices on an ongoing basis, and verify compliance with health and safety regulations
  • Recognize and reward HSE&SR excellence
  • Advise and ensure health and safety programs are delivered in accordance with the corporate and client requirements, as well as with all applicable laws, regulations and external legislative requirements
  • Assist in the analysis and reporting of incident and injury statistics and supply information to relevant divisions
  • Coordinate safety meetings
  • Participate in incident investigations and WCB Claim processes
  • Remain current of all HSE related legislation
  • Assist in department business planning and management to ensure that safety issues are integrated into day-to-day activities and incorporated into a sustainable

Education & Experience: 

  • Post-secondary education in Occupational Health and Safety is an asset
  • NCSO certification
  • CRSP designation is an asset
  • 5+ years experience directly related to safety, in field of upstream oil and gas, oil sands, or heavy construction industries
  •  Valid Class 5 Driver’s License
  • CSTS and OSSA Regional Orientation or OSSA BSO (Basic Safety Orientation before December 31, 2018) or CSO (Common Safety Orientation after January 1, 2019)
  • Above average communication, facilitation and presentation skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of WCB claims managements systems and modified work programs
  • Ability to work and interact with people from diverse backgrounds is a must
  • Ability to identify problems/issues, and can generate new solutions to complex problems
  • Strong computer skills, with advanced use of Excel and Word
  • Extensive knowledge of all relevant OH&S regulations and safety codes, and exceptional ability to interpret and communicate them
  • Must be self-motivated with excellent organization skills
  • All applicants must have the ability to speak, read and write fluently in English.

Application Instructions:

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Until suitable candidate is found.

Please apply online: Via:

Main Office PO Box 6607, Fort McMurray, Alberta T9H 5N4

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Bouchier would like to thank all applicants who apply to our postings. Please note that only those selected for interviews will be contacted directly. No phone calls please.

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