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Health and Safety Specialist

Posted: Aug 21, 2019


Do you have a passion for helping others? Do you genuinely believe that safety is the greatest thing within a company? As a member of Spark Power Corp’s super dynamic Health and Safety team, you’ll help influence and protect our most important resource; our people. Together, we’ll work with every single employee to envelop them into the safety culture that is always growing. All the while, your efforts will maintain Spark Power Corp as the most innovative company in the electrical and renewable energy industry while striving to make us the most diverse organization in the field. Join the team and help build and keep our extraordinarily talented staff safe so they can keep coming back to do what it takes to make them extraordinary in the industry.

We’re seeking an experienced Health and Safety Specialist to join our Corporate Health and Safety team. This position is based in Fremont California for a specific project approximately 6 months. You will have the opportunity to join an amazing, robust, and agile team responsible for influencing change and being part of not only doing what is right but achieving our goal of Only Zero is Acceptable.

As part of the larger people organization, the Health and Safety team acts as the trusted advisors for the safety of Spark Power Corp’s culture by providing an extraordinary experience to both our internal business partners and customers alike. Spark Power Corp has an exciting, inspiring culture. If you are results-driven, a self-starter, a team-player, and ready to be part of a Leading Edge Safety program, join us.

Key Qualifications

  • Knowledge of all applicable OSHA and California Health and Safety Legislation and Regulations and the demonstrated ability to interpret and apply the legislation.
  • CSP Designation an asset, or willing to work towards certification.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills with the ability to deal with multiple and conflicting demands.
  • Demonstrated analytical skills with the ability to successfully perform independent in-depth analysis.
  • Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to deal effectively with all levels of the organization.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a diverse workgroup.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well on your own.
  • Working knowledge of several software applications including Microsoft Office Suite and additional software solutions.


You will engage with the functional business leaders in throughout the organization as their health and safety resource partner. You will be responsible for occupational health and safety, injury prevention, and wellness programs, to ensure compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, corporate policies and procedures, to reduce related risks and achieve zero accidents/injuries.

This would include assisting in the management of WCB Claims and Return to Work programs. Assisting with the implementation and development of Health and Safety Policies, Safe Work Procedures, Job Hazard Analysis, Safe Operating Procedures, Physical Demands Analysis/Physical Demands Descriptions, obtaining/maintaining COR Certification, and Training Programs.

Our customers are key. You will regularly be attending customer locations where Spark Power Corp employees are working, maintaining contact with customers and meeting and exceeding their health and safety program requirements, conducting site safety audits and inspections on a regular basis.

As the health and safety subject matter expert, you are someone who continually demonstrates creative sourcing strategies and ensures an outstanding employee experience.

You are able to navigate and overcome any health and safety roadblocks for our employee in the process through the effective use of time and resources. Ideally, you’ll gain an in-depth understanding of the business functions and provide proactive solutions to ensure the health and safety goals and deadlines are met. You’ll build and maintain networks both internally and externally in the organization to identify health and safety needs and improvements.

You’ll be a strong partner to the employees at all levels within the organization. Maintain responsibility for entry, maintenance, and integrity of data using Spark Power Corp’s internal systems. Provide analysis of health and safety stats and activities to business partners on a regular basis. Communicate tactfully, professionally, diplomatically and confidentially at all times, providing detailed updates regularly. Have a strong “can do” attitude with genuine commitment.


Post-Secondary Education preferably majoring in Occupational Health and Safety with a minimum of 4-6 years related health and safety, construction, or electrical work experience.

Spark Power Corporation is committed to fair and equitable recruiting practices in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA). Persons with disabilities are encouraged to come forward at any stage of the recruitment process to request accommodations if needed.

EH&S Manager – West

Posted: Aug 09, 2019

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Job TitleEH&S Manager – WestEducationBachelor’s DegreeCareer LevelManagerCategoryAccounting & FinanceJob Type/ FLSA StatusSalaried ExemptTravel Required30 – 40%Shift TypeJob Description

Responsible for administering and coordinating ABM compliance to clients’ EH&S requirements, assisting in the development and deployment of safety regulatory and awareness training, assisting in the conduct of enterprise EH&S compliance verification activities, performing analytics and recommend improvement and or enhancement actions, monitoring and advising on progress of projects, plans and activities, and assisting in generation of high level and external presentations and reviews.

Core Responsibilities:

• Responsible for implementing and evaluating safety efforts that effectively communicate and support company policies in a consistent manner with a key focus on incident prevention and loss abatement

• Conduct on-site risk assessments and job hazard analysis’ to identify potential hazards to our employees, clients, the public and environment.

• Design and implement controls to mitigate identified risks.

• Enforce policy, provide coaching, get expectations and provide resources to the operating team to sustain successful operations.

• Conduct accident investigations, identify root causes and recommend corrective/preventive actions.

• Maintain compliance with all OSHA Recordkeeping requirements, including but limited to, OSHA 300 logs, training records and other compliance programs requirements specified in 29 CFR 1910 and 1926, where applicable.

• Facilitate implementation of safe work techniques, effective safety methods, and processes, evaluating performance management, training, and regulatory compliance.

• Lead regularly scheduled safety audits, risk assessments, inspections, training and meetings to determine the effectiveness of safety and accident prevention activities.

• Drive the evolution of the organization’s safety culture by ensuring that all business strategies and safety initiatives align with the organization’s vision, mission, and goals.

• Maintain knowledge of safety, health and environmental regulations at all levels of government, including federal, state and local and possess the ability to evaluate, document and report on compliance with policies, procedures, rules, and regulations to ensure operational compliance.

Key Accountabilities:

• Successful implementation of injury reduction initiatives.

• Actively partner with Ops and provide needed support.

• Design and implement controls to mitigate identified risks.

• Enforce policy, recognize desired behaviors or provide coaching to Ops.

• Align market priorities with organizational goals and objectives.

Minimum Requirements

• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Safety Management, Safety Engineering, Occupational Safety or EH&S related degree is required.

• Requires a minimum of 5 years progressive responsibility in the field of Safety and Risk Management.

• Professional certification in related fields are preferred.

• Bilingual in Spanish is a plus.

• Ability to effectively support a large multi-site workforce.

• Ability to compile technical data and prepare technical and analytical reports.

• Skilled in communicating ideas and instructions clearly.

• Strong organization skills.

• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite applications

LocationSan Francisco, CA 94107 US (Primary)

EHS Specialist, Tesla Lathrop

Posted: Aug 02, 2019

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The Role:

The EHS Specialist is responsible for complex technical work within a wide range of EHS disciplines across. The EHS Specialist supports day-to-day operations by managing a number of EHS processes including developing safety training and participating in the auditing process. EHS Specialists play a key role in the incident reporting and analysis process and work closely with Supervisors and associates across multiple business units to develop and implement corrective actions preventing reoccurrence. They will also work with Supervisors to implement best practices within a comprehensive safety management system.


  • Support day-to-day EHS operations and process management
  • Develop and maintain strong communication between all organizations within factory production operations
  • Assist with the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of EHS management system processes
  • Ensure compliance with Local, State and Federal environmental, health, and safety regulations
  • Lead incident analyses to determine root cause(s), prevention, and corrective measures
  • Design safe workspaces and create policies for employees to follow that minimize job-related hazards
  • Provide support for EHS programs such as LOTO, Hazard Communication, Emergency Response, Fall Protection, Respiratory Protection, Hearing Conservation, etc.
  • Develop and conduct education and training for processes required in your department
  • Support remanufacturing operations to ensure adequate EHS policies and procedures are in place and adhered to
  • Support die casting and CNC machining operations


  • 3+ years of experience within a health and safety role
  • Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety, Industrial Safety, Ergonomics, Environmental Health, Industrial Hygiene, or Safety-related discipline
  • Certifications – ASP certification highly preferred
  • Knowledge of Local, State and Federal regulatory agencies and requirements.
  • Practical, hands-on experience with LOTO, Machine Guarding, Ergonomics, Providing education/training, Risk assessment, Incident Analysis
  • Ability to influence and communicate effectively with Supervisors and Associates
  • Ability to work effectively and efficiently under pressure while managing competing demands and tight deadlines
  • Well organized with meticulous attention to detail


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