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OH&S Coordinator 

About the Organization National Process Equipment Inc. ("NatPro") is Canada's largest national distributor of pumps, service and repairs, integrated systems packages, compressors and related process equipment. Founded in 1998, NatPro is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta and operates out of eight locations across Eastern and Western Canada. NatPro is focused on serving customers in the oil & gas, municipal, fire, mining and general industrial markets.  
Category Operations  
Location Calgary  
Open Date 4/3/2014  
Close Date 4/17/2014  
Req Number OPE-14-00073  

ACCOUNTABILITY: Broad responsibilities of the OHS Coordinator include implementing and maintaining the occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) and promoting a healthy and safe work environment for all Natpro employees, contractors, and visitors across all Natpro operations.  The OHS Coordinator will also provide support to a Natpro affiliate company utilizing the OHS resources in place at Natpro.  The position is directly accountable to the Director of HS&E for Natpro’s parent company DXP Canada.



  • OH&S Management System: Develop, implement and maintain the corporate OHSMS to applicable standards
  • Mentorship:  Provide ongoing advice to management regarding OHS actions required to ensure appropriate level of OHS at the facilities.  Foster an accountability process ensuring all levels of the organization assume ownership for OHS
  • Internal Responsibility System:  Ensure all employees are aware of, and exercise their OHS obligations
    • Liaise with and participate in DXP Canada OHS initiatives impacting Natpro operations
    • Facilitate incident investigation process through successful resolution
    • Compile and maintain accurate OHS performance statistics and prepare and deliver OHS reports as directed.
    • Participate as ex-officio member of Health and Safety Committee
  • External Responsibility System:  Liaise with provincial OHS representatives as required, and work with Certifying Partner and industry associations to continually improve Natpro OHS performance.
    • Manage provincial Workers’ Compensation compliance (reporting and claims management) and RTW programs providing ongoing follow up to Natpro and impacted personnel.
    • Liaise with other DXP Canada OHS resources to ensure consistency of OHSMS implementation
  • Strategic Planning:  Develop, implement and maintain measurable action plans from audit, investigation and inspection reports.  Establish site OHS performance goals for all positions within Natpro including annual strategic plans
  • Knowledge and Skill:  Maintain technical proficiency through professional development and participation in DXP Canada sponsored OHS initiatives.  Stay abreast of all appropriate jurisdictional OHS requirements
  • Contractor and Client OHS Management:  Provide direction for OHS performance of contractors and administer the various client mandated OHS qualification and performance management systems (e.g., ISNetworld, PICS, etc.)
  • Partnerships Program:  Maintain compliance with the requirements of the Partnerships program, including conducting internal audits as required
  • Coordinate OH&S Elements of the Training Program Process: Participate in training provided or deliver training as required by the Corporate Training Program (CTP)
  • Possibility of Travel
Position Requirements

ACCREDITATIONS, EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION: Please note: Individuals in this role who do not meet these requirements should have equivalent work experience or be prepared to undertake training and education as required.

  • Two to five years demonstrated experience as an OH&S practitioner in a manufacturing environment
  • Experience with lift planning and rigging
  • Superior and effective communication skills both written and verbal
  • Bilingual French/English preferred
  • Above average computer skills, particularly Excel, Word and Outlook
  • Superior organizational skills - a self-starter who can work independently and as part of a busy team
  • OHS certificate or diploma
  • Canadian Registered Safety Professional designation (or ability to obtain within three years)
  • AASP Internal Auditor status or equivalent.
  • CSSE recommended
  • BCRSP recommended


*The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.


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