HSE Coordinator

The HSE Coordinator is an integral part of the HSE team, reporting to the HSE Business Partner and providing support to the Manufacturing Plant. The HSE Coordinator will assist with HSE projects and work together with the HSE Specialist to support the organizational goals by participating in HSE program development and implementation.

The role includes the maintenance and continuous improvement of our HSE Management Systems, along with compiling, analyzing, and communicating our HSE stats and KPIs.


  • Maintain and create HSE Management System documents based on current regulatory requirements, including but not limited to policies and procedures, work instructions, training plans and information postings specific to the location.
  • Support Environmental processes and projects for continual improvement of the Environmental Management System
  • Maintain the Environmental Registry, Aspect/Impact Analysis, and other Environmental Reports.
  • Assist the HSE Specialist with the application of HSE system requirements.
  • Assist with the management of worker’s compensation and return to work programs. Provide documents and direction to supervisors and managers regarding claims management.
  • Coordinate training activities including delivery of new employee HSE orientation.
  • Proactively identify potential HSE hazards through Gemba walks, inspections, and audits.
  • Support the implementation of the PPE program.
  • Maintain and update HSE Bulletin boards, SDS binders, Hazardous Materials Inventory
  • Update first aid supplies, First Aiders Certifications, and logs.
  • Assist with the preparation of presentations, safety talks and training materials for employee meetings.
  • Maintain HSE training records.
  • Organize the schedule for planned inspections.  Co-ordinate and maintain documentation of planned inspections.
  • Participate in JHSC meetings; maintain minutes, action items and other related documents.
  • Prepare monthly report on HSE system status, Near Miss Summary, First Aids, Accident/Incidents and JHSC activities as required.
  • Document Accident/Incident investigations following the supervisors’ initial investigation.
  • Track and follow up on GSII action items and update report, as required.
  • Update corrective action report.


Education & Certificates

  • Post-secondary education.
  • Recognized formal training in one of: Health and Safety, Human Resources, or Environmental studies preferred.
  • Proficient with numbers and technical aptitude.
  • Excellent organizational skills and detail oriented.

Technical Skills & Experience

  • Minimum 1-3 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment.
  • Adept with numbers and technical aptitude.
  • Proficient using MS Office Products.
  • Demonstrates high attention to detail, organization, problem solving, teamwork, and presentation skills.


  • Embrace and Manage Change – Embracing, adapting to, and championing change, including helping others understand what the change means to them.
  • Collaborate & Influence – Building and maintaining effective working relationships, ensuring alignment within and across groups, and using one’s understanding of others to gain buy-in and support and achieve shared goals.
  • Improve & Innovate – Seeking to continuously improve the way we work and looking for new and unique approaches and ideas to achieve better outcomes.
  • Demonstrate a Development Mindset – Demonstrating a commitment to continuous learning and development for self and others, recognizing strengths and development needs, and taking ownership for ongoing learning and growth.


The HSE Coordinator must have a strong working relationship with the HSE Specialist and all line managers, supervisors, as well as plant and DC employees.  This position will collaborate with peers daily.


  • Employee spends a balanced amount of time in the plant and may be exposed to a moderate level of hazards, such as heat, dust, high noise levels and the use of equipment such as blades and presses, moving machinery, powered industrial vehicles, forklifts/scissor lift/genie boom/transport trucks/overhead cranes/other.
  • Employee may be required to perform a moderate level of specific tasks such as lifting to 20 lbs, muscular action, body movements, working positions, posture changes, visual attentiveness.
  • Employee will be required to wear high-visibility clothing, protective eyewear, appropriate gloves, hearing protection, safety shoes and any other personal protective equipment that may be required.
  • Employee works in an office environment with continuous sitting for a minimal amount of time.
  • Employee may experience progressive degrees of changing factors in the work process (changing work priorities, deadlines, accuracy, quotas, conflicting demands).


No travel required.


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 intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.