Barminco Canada
Full Time
Dease Lake, BC
Posted Today
Job description
About Barminco: Barminco Mining Services Canada Ltd. is part of the Perenti Group, Australia's second largest integrated mining services provider. New to Canada, Barminco is already a global leader in hard rock underground mining. Together with African Underground Mining Services (AUMS) we have been operating for over 30 years in Australia and across Africa. New projects will see Barminco and AUMS grow to over 4,500 employees. We provide state of the art facilities, equipment, technology and opportunities to work on projects all over the world. At Barminco Mining Services Canada Ltd., we are committed to fostering a culture that understands and values inclusion and diversity. The Opportunity: Barminco Mining Services Canada Ltd. has an exciting opportunity for a HSE (Health Safety & Environmental) Coordinator at the Red Chris Mine in northern British Columbia. Working a FIFO rotation of 14-shifts on and 14-shifts off. Reporting to the Project Manager, and functionally to the HSE Manager of North America, the HSE Coordinator is responsible for administering, and implementing company-wide occupational health, safety and environmental programs, and serves as the coordinator for the day-to-day safety initiatives. These may include, but not limited to, job observations, safety audits, incident investigation, risk assessments, hazard identifications, and emergency response, ensuring that Barminco’s safety values and culture is effectively promoted and adopted across the operation in an effective and efficient manner. Position Responsibilities (including but not limited to): Ensure full understanding and compliance with all Barminco HSE policies/procedures and work in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and other local regulatory agencies to promote safe work behaviour. Perform safety compliance inspections including hazard analysis, safe work procedures, written reports and recommendations. Develop and distribute weekly/monthly HSE reports, presentations and HSE topic that provide employees with workplace injury statistics, new initiatives and system changes. Conduct regular and scheduled audits of HSE and systems, programs and site locations work environments. Maintaining of records, reports and documents required to meet corporate, site and regulatory requirements. Direct communications between injured employees, their management and medical providers to ensure that all parties are aware of rights, responsibilities and recovery plans. Provide on-site inductions ensuring all employees and contractors are site compliant and competent to perform the required tasks/roles. Maintenance and facilitation of critical registers, including but not limited to; inspection schedules, hazard boards, calibrated equipment, lifting and slinging etc. Conduct regular and scheduled workplace inspections across various locations across various sites. Conduct and facilitate training of operational personnel, assessing for competence, identifying shortfalls in skillsets, ensuring training is realistic and practical, accurately recording and displaying competency data. Provide HSE mentoring to operational personnel through crew presentations, communications and knowledge sharing of learnings from incidents. Attend and provide input to the regular operations meetings such as weekly safety meetings, production meetings. Review and realignment of company and site procedures/safe work practices as necessary. Responsible for the accuracy of information being entered into company and business partners database (INX and CHESS). Maintain a professional and courteous relationship with employees and business partners. Skills and Experience: 4-6 years’ relevant experience, preferably in an underground hard rock mine. Certificate in OH&S preferred. Able to effectively prioritize workload/activities with strong sense of urgency and outcomes focused. The ability to work in a fast-paced, rapidly changing, cross-cultural environment with high degree of professionalism, leadership, and self-motivation. Thorough knowledge and application of HSE legislation and compliance requirements to Barminco and the client’s safety systems. Maintain and demonstrate high level of integrity and confidentiality. Maintain a valid Driver’s License; manual transmission experience an asset. Effective and respectful communication skills with individuals at all levels of the organization, both verbal and written Computer skills; Microsoft Word & Microsoft Excel and specialized site-specific databases. Ability to observe, analyze, resolve problems and make decisions in a logical and effective manner Ability to be organized while simultaneously managing multiple job assignments Strong commitment to be a team player, build trust, be accountable and hold crews accountable. Leading, influencing and mentoring those around you through the Barminco principles. Eagerness to learn and grow Work Conditions Ability to do shift camp work on a rotational basis (dayshift/nightshift), typically the rotations are 2 weeks on site (minimum 12-hour days), followed by 2 weeks off – working statutory holidays as they fall within the rotation. While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to communicate, sit, stand, walk. Occasionally required to climb, reach, push/pull, manipulate objects and work in awkward positions. Duties may involve moving materials weighing up to 50 pounds. Manual dexterity and good eye-hand coordination are required. Extreme weather conditions. Noise level in the work environment is moderate to high. What we offer: Barminco Mining Services Canada Ltd. can offer you a role where you will be challenged and valued for your skills and experience. You will also have the opportunity to develop and grow your career. We offer competitive wages, no-wait extended health and dental benefits, charter travel from various hubs, camp accommodations and meals. We also offer a matching RRSP program after a 3-month waiting period. NOTE: Selected candidates will have to successfully complete a pre-employment Fit for Duty medical which includes alcohol and drug screening. Please tell us in your application if you are a member of the Tahltan Nation, the traditional owners of the land we currently operate within. Please include copies of your valid Trade Certifications and all other valid tickets you may have that are relevant to the role you are applying for. We look forward to reviewing your application, however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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