Support Safety committees in meeting legislative requirements and effectively representing their employee groups.
At Rogers, we connect Canadians to a world of possibilities and the memorable moments that matter most in their lives. Every day we wake up with one purpose in mind. To bring loved ones together from across the globe. To connect people to each other and the world around them. To help an entrepreneur realize her dream. A sports fan celebrate a special moment.
Because we believe connections unite us, possibilities fuels us, and moments define us.
The Safety & Well-being Advisor's primary responsibility is to identify operational, physical and environmental factors that may cause or contribute to accidents or injury to staff, tenants, and visitors, to guide the Rogers Groups of Companies toward achieving and, where appropriate, exceeding compliance with applicable legislation. Additionally, the Advisor will act as a source of guidance and information for Safety Committees, Human Resources, and Operations.
This role will also support the Rogers integrated well-being program. This includes executing and managing a range of activities to minimize employee absenteeism, support timely return to work and influence the well-being of employees at work. Understanding of disability management programs such as Short-Term Disability (STD), Long-Term Disability (LTD) and Workers' Compensation (WC), and experience working with third party adjudicators/ insurers will support success in this role. Excellent internal customer service and communication skills are required.
The Safety & Well-being Advisor will be based in Burnaby, British Columbia, supporting Western Canada, and report to the Manager, Safety - Regional Support.
Provide expertise to managers and employees on the identification and control of workplace hazards
Support Operations and Safety managers in planning, implementing, monitoring and reporting on strategic Safety & Well-being projects
Support the reporting, investigation, closure and tracking of workplace incidents in the region
Maintain expertise in safety legislation and best practices, and understand their impact on operations
Support and contribute to the integrated program by providing subject matter expertise and driving the effective implementation of the corporate well-being strategy with internal client groups and third party vendors
Implement targeted well-being plans in client groups to influence employee physical and mental well-being and support material reduction in disability rates, duration, and costs
Consult and act as a subject matter expert to the Human Resources, managers and employees regarding management and administration of disability claims, STD/LTD/WC, and on all matters relating to disability, absenteeism, accommodation and return to work planning
Advise and assist employees and managers with workplace accommodations to support attendance or gradual/modified return to work following absences due to illness or injury
Consult on well-being initiatives to influence the physical and mental well-being of employees
Prepare correspondence and other claims related documentation
Maintain confidential employee health records
Maintain expertise in Human Resources and well-being legislation and best practices, and understand their impact on operations
University degree, preferably in Occupational Health and Safety
Minimum 5 years Safety experience
Possession of, or working towards, Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation is an asset
Experience in conducting safety audits and providing safety support to technical operations is an asset
Experience in the telecommunications industry is an asset
Knowledge of Human Resources legislation related to management of employee absences and accommodations is an asset
Experience with complex return-to-work facilitation is an asset
Demonstrated dispute resolution skills and solution-oriented case management is an asset
Experience in workplace health promotion and wellness is asset
Strong written, presentation and verbal communication skills
Proven ability to work independently, use critical thinking, take initiative and be resourceful
Strong ability to self-motivate and to motivate others to implement policies and programs as needed
Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills and ability to effectively deal with all levels in an organization
Strong computer skills with knowledge of Windows applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint
Ability to travel within the region
Possession of a valid driver's license, and reliable access to a personal vehicle
Bilingual in English and French is an asset
Candidates with a passion for supporting and protecting people are encouraged to apply.
Schedule: Full time
Length of Contract: Not Applicable (Regular Position)
Work Location: 1600 - 4710 Kingsway (016), Burnaby, BC
Travel Requirements: Up to 25%
Posting Category/Function: Human Resources & Health and Safety
Requisition ID: 164984
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