The De Beers Group has an exciting opportunity for a strong data administrator to join the Safety, Health and Risk team at the Calgary Support Centre, located at the Calgary International Airport. Reporting to the Manager Safety and Health, this full-time temporary four-month position will be responsible for maintaining Safety & Occupational Health data and online safety systems for De Beers Canada. The position will also be responsible for keeping all documents, policies, procedures, emergency response and crisis management plans updated and current. This position will also require participation in Gap assessments, contractor evaluations and risk assessments. The successful candidate will be expected to work independently with little direction and under tight timelines. Infrequent travel to remote mine sites located in Northern Ontario and the Northwest Territories may be required.
- Maintain and update documents, policies and procedures in accordance with best practice;
- Prepare presentations, safety reports and safety alerts for distribution across Canada;
- Compile quarterly, monthly and weekly reports with input from mining operations;
- Scribe detailed notes during risk assessments and meetings;
- Compile monthly SHE performance dashboards and trend analyses of key metrics for use by management teams including incidents, near hits, non-conformance, root causes and energy releases;
- Maintain accurate plans and contacts for crisis and emergency response situations;
- Support the corporate office safety and health program for and new hire orientations;
- Coordinate with Supply Chain to create purchase requisitions and invoices;
- Schedule and coordinate safety training sessions, safety inspections and safety meetings;
- Provide subject matter expertise to operational teams on how to implement and maintain SHE management systems;
- Maintain Safety, Occupational Health & Risk Data in Isometrix and Enablon; and
- Maintain Company online SDS (Safety Data Sheet) management system.
- Completion of grade 12 or equivalent;
- Completion of Certificate or Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety;
- Minimum two (2) years of administration experience in an a SHE environment;
- Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite including Excel and PowerPoint is required;
- Previous experience analyzing a range of data and various information sources to produce accurate and detailed reports;
- Experience with SHE database applications-Enablon, Isometrix, SAP, Chemscape, Nimonik;
- Demonstrated knowledge of hazard and risk identification methods; and
- Knowledge of Canadian regulatory requirements related to health, safety and environment.