Careers on Shore
Marine Health and Safety Specialist
Are rigour and prevention of work accidents values that ring true for you? If you want a career that makes a real difference in a company and for its employees, a career as Marine Health and Safety Specialist will offer you challenges that fit the bill!
As a part of your role, you will ensure that employees use safe working methods and safe equipment by raising awareness, giving training sessions and conducting on-site supervision.
You will help develop health and safety procedures and policies, risk assessments, verify that equipment is of high quality and that it complies with established standards.
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Ensure the health and safety of employees in the workplace at all times
Knowledge of federal and provincial health and safety regulations and safe work equipment and techniques, in addition to a Secondary 5 diploma
Bachelor’s degree in human resource management, occupational health and safety certificate or job training
$60,000$ to $90,000
The Marine Health and Safety Specialist, sometimes called a Safety Practitioner, is crucial in the marine environment where hazardous work situations do occur. Vigilance is required at all times.