Supervisor, CSA Field Safety (BBBH117096) Vancouver, Canada

Salary: USD83000 - USD98000 per year

Our client, a leader in delivering regional-scale services that support the sustainability and livability of Lower Mainland’s most populous and metropolitan regional district, is currently seeking a Supervisor, CSA Field Safety to join their team.

The Supervisor, CSA Field Safety provides technical advice to the organization on field related safety management matters.

Open to relocation from anywhere within Canada.


  • Provides technical advice to the organization on field safety management matters. Identifies and addresses high risk work activities such as confined space entry, lockout, excavating and shoring, working alone or in isolation, falling and bucking, fall protection and equipment operation.
  • Works collaboratively to develop and implement safety management programs and policies in accordance with regulations, legislation and corporate standards.
  • Maintains, and evaluates existing safety systems and recommends improvements.
  • Promote a safety culture through communications, identified training, provision of support to supervisors and staff and promotion of best practices.
  • Interprets pertinent regulations and legislation such as the Workers Compensation Act, the BC Occupational Health and Safety Regulation and Guidelines and the BC Emergency Program Act and provides clear direction regarding issues such as safe work practices, changes to work environments and use of protective equipment.
  • Evaluates work sites and works with supervisors and/or Project Managers to address issues.
  • Provides technical safety advice for the design of new facilities through the Prevention Through Design process.
  • Works with project managers, consultants and engineering firms to ensure the Contractor Safety and Project Safety Management strategies are implemented by contractors and consultants during construction project work.
  • Addresses operational challenges related to integrating safe field work procedures in work routines and works collaboratively with staff and managers to resolve issues.
  • Works with supervisory staff to monitor work practices in the field noting, addressing and resolving recurring issues.
  • Conducts field and construction site inspections, risk assessments, occupational hygiene monitoring, WSBC variance applications and incident investigations.
  • Provides guidance and advice during incident investigations and ensures prevention strategies are implemented in a timely manner.
  • Works to develop and deliver safety training and may facilitate training for groups or individuals. May act as departmental confined space entry administrator.


  • 5 years of recent, related experience, including construction related field safety experience supplemented by a diploma in occupational health and safety or relevant university degree; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
  • Designation or eligibility as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP). Industrial First Aid Certification is an asset.
  • Sound knowledge and ability to interpret and apply relevant regulations and legislation such as the Workers Compensation Act,the WorkSafe BC Occupational Health and Safety Regulations and Guidelines and BC Emergency Program Act.
  • Ability to make recommendations and provide advice that is compliant with regulations, standards, codes, policies and procedures.
  • Sound knowledge of high risk work activities and programs related to confined space entry and rescue techniques, lockout, excavating and shoring, working alone or in isolation, falling and bucking, fall protection, equipment operation procedures and other construction and operation and maintenance related activities.
  • Ability to work under general direction and use sound independent judgment in adapting and applying procedures to address and resolve unusual or problem situations. Ability to effectively navigate and understand technically complex business processes, practices and risks.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including effective listening and persuasion skills.
  • Excellent business and technical writing skills including the ability to analyze and revise procedures and standards and draft non-routine correspondence and reports regarding departmental safety management systems and risk assessments.
  • Ability to guide supervisory staff on safety matters; strong analytical and research skills and a high degree of integrity and professionalism.
  • Ability to meet timelines and objectives and demonstrates persistence in overcoming obstacles.
  • Considerable practical knowledge of a complex safety management and incident reporting and investigation system
  • Proficiency using Microsoft office programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
  • Valid BC Class 5 Driver’s License.


  • Competitive Salary
  • Benefits
  • Pension Plan
  • Career growth and support
  • And more!

If you’re ready for a challenge and ready to make an influence in a role where you’ll be appreciated for your hard work and innovative spirit, we’re interested in speaking with you!

Interviews start ASAP! Apply today for consideration! (No cover letter required)

We look forward to working with you.