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HS&E Advisor – Energy & Petrochemical

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Location: Calgary, AB, Canada
Date Posted:
Job ID: R20072
Job Status: Full-Time

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Job Summary:

As a Health & Safety Professional, you play a key role in the execution and implementation of a diverse range of health and safety programs for pipeline projects. You are an experienced Safety Advisor or Lead who consistently conveys professional judgment and can build effective relationships across all levels.

We are committed to the long-term success and wellbeing of our employees. Our total rewards package is designed to provide compensation and benefits programs that support your health, wellness, and financial security. Including items such as competitive salaries, exceptional health, dental, vision plans, life and disability coverages; comprehensive retirement plans, family support benefits, mental health resources, and more.

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  • Conduct inspections of the work area and meet with field supervisors to discuss any potential problems: help to ensure the adequate supply of safety equipment, such as protective equipment, fire extinguishers, respirators, etc.
  • Advise operations regarding Ledcor's Health and Safety Management System, based on a solid understanding of program execution throughout the project lifecycle
  • Monitor compliance with jurisdictional regulatory requirements
  • Assists in the coordination and completion of safe work procedures, hazard assessments, safety inspections, focus audits and incident investigations
  • Verify compliance with leading and lagging indicators, including subcontractors as well as any identified corrective actions
  • Conduct the HS&E Orientation to employees and subcontractors during project onboarding
  • Provide support to site leadership in the preparation of site-specific material for safety meetings and toolbox talks
  • Support the coordination, organization and delivery of project toolbox talks and safety meetings
  • Develop and enhance Job Hazard Analysis and Safe Work Practice documents based on existing materials
  • Monitor and report on the overall effectiveness of the overall implementation of project HS&E plans
  • Audit the quality of the field level hazard assessments and incident investigation reports for accuracy and completeness


  • 3-5 years of related work experience in construction, pipeline, oil & gas, or related industry
  • Certificate or Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety
  • Must hold a CRSP, CSO or NCSO designation
  • Has developed technical knowledge of common construction practices, techniques, and equipment
  • Ability to effectively communicate and present information to the hourly workforce, while also effectively interacting with project management staff, clients, and customers
  • Ability to provide a proactive approach to safety, to include identification of operational and organizational issues, as well as develop and implement strategies to solve them
  • Demonstrated experience in risk assessment, program development, safety & health training, and accident investigation
  • Capable of adapting information/style to the audience, explaining difficult information clearly, influencing, and persuading others towards consensus agreement in straightforward situations
  • A strong team player attitude with the ability to effectively adjust to changing priorities and demands
  • Strong communication and presentation skills
  • Strong computer competency including experience with MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
  • Must have and maintain a valid provincial driver’s license and driver's abstract
  • Successful completion of pre-employment drug & alcohol requirements

Working Conditions:

  • Camp/accommodations will be applicable during construction execution
  • This role requires working primarily outdoors in various weather conditions
  • Rotational shift is variable

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Company Description

The Ledcor Group of Companies is one of North America’s most diversified construction companies. Ledcor is a company built on a rich history of long-standing project successes. 

But when you work for Ledcor, your experience will go far beyond the project. Do you want a career that means more? Join our True Blue team now!

Employment Equity

At Ledcor we believe diversity, equity, and inclusion should be part of everything we do. We are proud to be an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified individuals, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, Veteran status or any other identifying characteristic are encouraged to apply.

Our True Blue team consists of individuals from all backgrounds who contribute diverse perspectives and experiences to Ledcor. For more information about Ledcor’s Inclusion and Diversity initiatives, please visit our I&D page. Adjustments will be provided in all parts of our hiring process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance by submitting a request via email.

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