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Environmental, Health and Safety Coordinator

Risk Management / Health, Safety, & Environment
WD30081476253 Requisition #

What you will do:

The EHS Coordinator serves as a key contributor to the Ontario business at JCI with responsibility for our provincial environment, health and safety guidelines, policies, standards, compliance, and other EHS initiatives.  The position will have functional responsibility for JCI in Ontario and working closely with colleagues in other provinces to provide overall support to the Canadian business, reporting directly to the Senior EHS Manager, Canada.  Successful applicants will have a proven ability to educate, motivate and train line supervision and field personnel in safe work procedures, risk assessments, personal protection and have experience performing field audits as well as document management including the IHSA’s Certificate of Recognition.ha


Johnson Control’s vision for its environment, health and safety is “Zero Harm to People and the Environment.”  This EHS Coordinator will serve as a catalyst for driving toward our vision and continuous improvement in program compliance, conducting site audits, leading Joint Health and Safety Committees, training and overall program improvement.


The EHS Coordinator responsibilities include: 

  • Supporting Ontario COR implementation
  • EHS training
  • Participating and leading site audits
  • Project site inspection
  • Tool box talks
  • Managing and reporting EHS metrics
  • Incident management
  • Responsible for ensuring EHS culture engagement efforts are supported, implemented and aligned with the business strategies across the region.
  • Develop new programs to motivate the entire workforce to participate and engage in the EHS processes.
  • Implement standards for protection of the public and the environment in the communities where the company operates. Work to foster an atmosphere of openness and information sharing in order to encourage a culture of high awareness, transparency and due diligence with respect to safety and health matters amongst the Ontario team and the broader business.
  • Work with Provincial regulatory officials to resolve any compliance or practice violations
  • In conjunction with the fleet organization, support the driver safety efforts for the region.
What we look for:

  • Strong background in EHS with a proven record of results, having at least 3 years of EHS experience in a relevant industry
  • Actively drives performance and urgently strives to solve problems and follow projects through to completion.
  • Coordinate planning and collaborate with other business units in a way that is mutually beneficial
  • Excellent ability to analyze and independently solve a variety of difficult situations and problems using timely decision making
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate and interact effectively with all levels of senior management, employees and customers
  • Works independently with little direction and sense of energy, ownership, and personal commitment to the customer and business
  • Effectively using time and resources to accomplish overall initiatives and program goals
  • Adapts well to, and acts as a catalyst for, positive change by anticipating needs, bringing solutions and executing with excellence
  • Works well in a fast paced, change oriented team setting
  • Skilled in the use of a variety of PC software including Microsoft Excel

Required Minimum Education:

  • Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety or related field is required
  • COR Internal Auditor certification training
  • Level 1 & 2 Certified Member training
  • First Aid.
  • Strong knowledge of applicable OH&S, WSIA, MOE and TDG regulatory requirements

Required Experience:

  • At least 3 years of EHS experience in a relevant industry or a combination of education and experience.

Certifications and/or Technical Requirements:

  • Working towards Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation, National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) or recognized certifications in the safety, risk management field is highly desirable.

Johnson Controls and each of its Canadian subsidiaries are committed to providing reasonable accommodations to applicants, candidates and employees with disabilities, in accordance with applicable human rights legislation and, in Ontario, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (“AODA”).  When requested, accommodations will be provided throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process.  To request an accommodation please click here.  Information you provide relating to accommodation measures will be handled confidentially.  A copy of Johnson Controls’ applicable AODA policies are available on the Company website for your reference, and can be made available in accessible formats upon request.


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