HSE Coordinator (Health – Safety – Environment)  

HSE Coordinator (Health – Safety – Environment)  

  • Montreal
  • This position has been filled

Job Overview

The Health – Safety – Environment Coordinator ensures a healthy and safe working environment for the company’s employees, as well as respect for the environment. He/she ensures compliance with the regulatory and health, safety, and environmental standards.

Responsibilities & Tasks

  • Develop and maintain a proactive company-wide culture of respect for health, safety, and the environment
  • Preside over Health and Safety Committee meetings
  • Act as a point of contact with external organizations for compliance with various health, safety and environment standards and regulations (CNESST, Ville de Montréal [City of Montreal], MDDELCC, environmental agencies, etc.)
  • Act as PCI representative with the insurance regarding health and safety risk. Ensure that the actions required by the insurance company are put in place and followed
  • Develop a list of preventive and corrective measures in health, safety, and the environment. Implement the various actions. Manage health and safety rounds
  • Perform risk and operability studies (HAZOP) and ensure that the measures identified in the studies are completed. Perform risk assessment studies (Safety Assessments), and ensure that the actions are completed
  • Conduct investigations and follow up on incident reports
  • Assist the engineering department and project managers in identifying standards and regulatory compliance in environmental, health and safety matters
  • Organize health, safety, and environmental training
  • Act as a representative of PyroGenesis Canada Inc. to clients for any questions related to health, safety, and the environment
  • Obtain and maintain the permits required for the company’s health, safety, and environmental operations
  • Set up and optimize a waste management system
  • Provide technical advice with respect to industry standards, and occupational health & safety and environmental requirements. Keep documentation updated: emergency plan, internal procedures
  • Perform other duties as required by the immediate supervisor and for which the person is qualified

Education & Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or relevant technical field
  • Strong leadership in the application of safety rules and implementation of new procedures
  • Knowledge of the risk and operability review process is considered an asset
  • Having an initiative attitude, being motivated, and possessing a file showing his/her achievements in the field of industrial health and safety


  • At least 2 years of experience in a field related to industrial health and safety, or in a related field