Health and Safety Advisor

  • Secteur d'activité : Service/Distribution
  • Type d'emploi : Permanent - Temps plein
  • Ville : Montréal


Reporting to the Manager, Health and Safety, the Advisor will be responsible for the administrative follow-up of workers' compensation and occupational disease claims for all employees in Canada.

The Health and Safety Advisor will play a key role in governance, compliance, accident prevention and implementation of best practices in health, safety and well-being.


Claims management, compensation and welfare

  • Act as communication contact for claims management in collaboration with service provider.
  • Collaborate with People & Culture business partners and managers to ensure a safe and timely return to work.
  • Ensure compliance with incident reporting and return to work policies.
  • Review commission transactions and statements, ensure payment.
  • Initiate projects to develop wellness programs in collaboration with global compensation teams.
  • Management system, reporting and communications.

Develop, maintain and communicate policies and programs

  • Participate in the development of specific content related to prevention programs.
  • Develop tools, organize training, communications, campaigns and awareness initiatives.
  • Respond to customer requests, provide required documentation on procedures, policies, proof of compliance and insurance.
  • Responsible for health and safety indicator reports including collection, analysis and recommendations for action.
  • Maintain records of training, audits and performance.


  • Work with the Health, Safety and Wellness team to identify the needs of the OHS prevention plan and program.
  • Support the Senior Health and Safety Advisor - Field Operations and assume his/her replacement in case of absence.
  • Identify training requirements for professional profiles and select suppliers.
  • Participate in the induction review for new employees.
  • Maintain PPE catalog and participate in improving employee work experience: select and test PPE and tools.
  • Assume all tasks and responsibilities inherent to the position or that may be assigned.


  • University degree with specialization in an appropriate discipline (Occupational Health and Safety, Industrial Relations) or any other combination of relevant training and experience;
  • Minimum of 7 years' experience in accident prevention and claims management at national level.
  • Experience in an OHS consulting role
  • Knowledge of Quebec and Canadian OHS legislation
  • Knowledge of the CNESST retrospective plan          
  • Experience working in a retail or manufacturing sector (an asset)
  • Bilingualism (French/English)
  • Excellent computer skills (MS Office): Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Autonomous, proactive; sense of initiative and responsibility.
  • Effective communication, sense of priorities and ownership.          
  • Demonstrated leadership, team spirit and positive attitude.         
  • Ability to apply rules, make recommendations and decisions.
  • Possession of a valid driver's license and a vehicle.
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