Safety Trainer – Voisey’s Bay (2017-2634)
East cost of Labrador (approximately 350 km North of Goose Bay and 35 km Southwest of Nain.
2 week in 2 week out
Provided from airport closest to point of hire
Remote site – camp setting
J.S. Redpath Limited offers comprehensive benefits
Late Summer 2017
Criminal background check
Scope of work:
JS Redpath will be the primary contractor on an underground mine development project located on the east coast of Labrador, approximately 350 km north of Goose Bay. The existing open pit operation is expected to be exhausted by 2022. Future mining from the two separate underground deposits will extend the life of this operation for at least another decade. Both deposits contain Nickel and Copper and at peak production, 2.54 million tons will be mined annually.
Phase one of the project consists of over 8,000 meters of ramp and lateral development; approximately 1.25 million tons of waste rock haulage and the construction of temporary facilities on surface as well as the dewatering and ventilation infrastructure.
The Mandate of the Safety Supervisor is to provide the necessary resources and support required to enable field personnel to meet all Redpath, Client and legislative requirements relating to Health and Safety in the workplace.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop, implement and support a site specific Training Program
Develop, Implement and managing an Aboriginal training plan in consultation with the Client
Participate in serious Injury and Incident Investigations
Participate in project Risk Assessments
Participate in new project safety start-up planning
Conduct workplace inspections and Redpath Safety Program audits
Aid in the development and implementation of standard operating procedures
Advise senior management on matters relating to training and workforce development
Required Skills and Qualifications:
Some or all of the following certifications are required:
Ontario Basic Underground Hard Rock Mine Service Types - Common Core
Ontario Basic Underground Hard Rock Miner – Common Core
Ontario Basic Underground Hard Rock Mining Specialty Module – Certified in modules related to mine development and construction
Train the Trainer
Ontario Basic Underground Hard Rock Front Line Supervisor – Common Core
FMTM (Quebec Common Core)
Skills and Qualifications
High School Diploma or equivalent
Highly skilled in the area s/he will be instructing
10 years’ experience in an underground mining environment
Successfully completes a Train-The-Trainer program
Advanced understanding of mine regulations pertaining to task
- Ability to work in a cross-cultural environment providing training to an Aboriginal workforce.
Ability to conduct risk assessment of specific task
Ability to prepare work related procedures and standards
Ability to recognize and resolve problems as required
Ability to adapt to a varying work environment often requiring the employee to develop new and innovative work methods
Strong leadership skills
Strong organizational skills
Knowledge of mining industry and methods applicable to health and safety standards
Statistical analysis and evaluation skills
Train-the-trainer skills and teaching ability
Group facilitation skills
Skilled and competent in auditing
Survey and sampling knowledge
Organization and planning abilities
Ability to interpret and apply all applicable legislation, standards, and guidelines pertaining to Mining Regulations, clients and Redpath
Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization, both orally and in writing, including formal reports
Ability to work independently and collaboratively with as range of different disciplines
Ability to source and understand evidence-based content material
Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
Health and Safety:
Have the authority and responsibility to maintain a safe and efficient working environment
Follow Company and Client health and safety standards and report all unsafe acts or conditions to supervisor
Responsible for the use and maintenance of all safety equipment, i.e. PPE, lanyards, warning signs and labeling, according to company rules and applicable legislation.
Ensure permits are in place and lock 0ut tag out procedures are followed
Responsible to ensure proper use and maintenance of personal protective equipment.
Ensure that workers are qualified and capable to safely performing the assigned work
Must have knowledge of the WHMIS legislation and know how to effectively use an MSDS sheet.
Work in accordance with local legislation