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Proudly Canadian and Independently Owned, We are Coke Canada!
Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited is Canada’s premier bottling company. We are an independently owned business encompassing over 5,800 associates, more than 50 sales and distribution centers, and 5 production facilities nationwide.
We have a 120-year heritage of manufacturing, marketing, selling, and distributing the major branded ready-to-drink products Canadians love.
Our brands include: Coca-Cola®, Diet Coke®, Coca-Cola® Zero Sugar, Coca-Cola Life™, Sprite®, Fanta®, Barq’s®, NESTEA®, POWERADE®, Minute Maid®, DASANI® and Vitaminwater®; and our partner brands: Canada Dry®, Monster Energy® and A&W®.
We pride ourselves on building diverse and sustainable relationships with our customers, consumers, stakeholders and communities through our shared values: lead with an entrepreneurial mindset, collaboration, integrity, accountability, quality and safety.
About This Opportunity
Reporting into the Senior Manager, QHSE, the Health & Safety Manager - Field and Sales Operations is responsible for the development, organization, deployment, administration and monitoring of all Health and Safety programs within Distribution, Warehouse, Sales and Merchandising. The successful incumbent will focus strategically on prevention and enforcing policies to establish a culture of health and safety within Route to Market activities.
This will involve regularly visiting facilities and off site markets to assess, to observe, provide mentorship and assess level of HSE culture. Ensure thorough implementation and execution of HSE related programs and processes as well ensures all H&S programs comply with company and regulatory requirements within assigned region. You will also conduct assessments to identify potential hazards or impacts and establish controls to mitigate risks and maintain records, investigate accidents and injuries, and prepare appropriate reports.
- Focus on pro-active safety programs at Coke Canada facilities as well as off site activities
- Assist with the development and implementation of H&S programs to deliver reductions in workplace injuries, lead Ergonomics Program for assigned region including training, metrics reporting, observations and maintenance of the program
- Support facility Safety Committees and lead regional focus groups
- Assists teams in educating employees on practices, precautions, and procedures established
- Ensure reporting of performance metrics
- Support the investigation of incidents, assist on the execution of reporting & incident learnings and ensure proper follow up of action plans together with management
- Capture incident learnings and best practice and share with appropriate stakeholders
- Business Liaison to the Government Safety, Fire Department, Insurance Company and other regulatory agencies as needed
- Keep up to date on provincial regulatory requirements.
- Assist with the collection and evaluation of all industrial hygiene data including but not limited to chemical, noise, other physical agents and ergonomics. Communicate findings and propose corrective measures while working closely with the facilities.
- Conducts risk assessments and ensures all activities undertaken comply with H&S processes and appropriate legal requirement
H&S Management System
- Assist in develop and implementation of a wide variety of HSE related training programs. Programs will include training at all levels of the organization
- Ensure effective consistent implementation of HSE standards
- Perform H&S Management System audit assessments according to established frequency.
- Support management on corrective actions arising from the H&S audit (internal or external) are implemented in a timely manner
- Lead provincial rebate programs
- Post-secondary education – Diploma or Degree in a program relating to safety preferred, CRSP designation a definite asset.
- Minimum 5 years of HSE experience and minimum of 2 years' management role
- Warehouse, Distribution & Fleet with multi-locations is considered an asset
- Acts as change agent to drive cultural change and inspires others to action through collaboration and influence
- Fluency in both French and English is a must
- Strong organizational and time management skills.
- Focus on customer service, building relations with functional and with key stakeholders.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with a solid customer service orientation.
- Must have strong communication & presentations skills and ability to relate to all levels of the organization.
- Ability to travel to support operational needs, conduct site technical visits as well HSE audits, etc (~30 to 40 % travel - across assigned region)
All offers of employment at Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited (“Coke Canada”) are conditional upon a successful background clearance obtained through our contracted third-party vendor. The standard clearance requirements depend on the position and may include some or all of the following: criminal clearance, employment verification, education verification and driver’s abstract review. Please advise the Talent Acquisition team if you have any questions or concerns in regard to this once you are contacted for further consideration.
Coke Canada is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce with a number of programs, policies and resources in place to support our people.
For individuals with disabilities, should you require accommodations or support throughout the recruitment process please contact our Talent Acquisition Services team by calling 1-844-383-2653 or email [email protected]
For more information about Coke Canada Bottling, please visit cokecanada.com