London Manufacturing Jobs

Health & Safety Coordinator

by Magna International Inc.

Location: St. Thomas, ON, CA
Date Posted: Jun 24, 2020
Magna International Inc.

Job Description

Health & Safety Coordinator

Group Description

Cosma provides a comprehensive range of body, chassis and engineering solutions to global customers. Through our robust product engineering, outstanding tooling capabilities and diverse process expertise, we continue to bring lightweight and innovative products to market.

Role Summary


The Health & Safety Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of the facility’s health and safety management systems, to ensure company health and safety compliance in all levels of governmental legislation. In addition, each H&S Coordinator will have a focus Area – Environmental, Ergonomics, or WSIB & Claims Management.  The Coordinator is a member of the Joint Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Environmental Committees and works closely with the health and wellness to reintegrate injured personnel to the workplace.

Key Responsibilities


Management Co-Chair of JHSEEC and all functions associated with committee

Manages and administers professional health and safety services, Return to Work and all Occupational claims.

Reviews departmental/business unit investigations of accidents/incidents/spills, etc. and follows Preparing documents for legal compliance, hearings and insurance investigations

Analyzes accident statistics/type/frequency/severity and makes recommendations as required.

Key Qualifications/Requirements


Successful completion of post-secondary education in the field of Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management, Ergonomics or Human Resources Management with equivalent work-related experience and training. 

Minimum three (3) years work-related experience in a manufacturing environment, preferably automotive.

CRSP designation or equivalent a definite asset.

Must be able to apply knowledge and skills to the detection and solution of general and technical problems, must also be able to operate required measuring instruments, conduct testing/sampling, gather data, interpret analysis and legislation requirement/applications, write reports, make recommendations, and suggest improvements.

Maintain updates in specified field technology and legislative changes.

Knowledge and experience in applying ESA, Human Rights, OHSA and applicable regulations as well as WSIB policies and procedures.  

Must be able to meet tight deadlines and cope with stressful situations positively and proactively.

Proficient in Microsoft Office programs, Windows and Web-based applications, portals and various software programs as required.

Additional Information

Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.