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Occupational Health & Safety

As an Occupational Health and Safety professional, you will protect the physical and mental well-being of people in the workplace and drive, implement and manage health and safety initiatives to prevent work-related accidents, injuries and fatalities. Your responsibilities typically include identifying risks and hazards, creating health and safety plans and delivering training programs, investigating complaints, accidents and injuries, dealing with the Worker’s Compensation Board and disability claims, conducting ongoing inspections, and developing strategies to continuously improve workplace health and safety in a variety of environments. You are a collaborative team player and work alongside all levels of staff and management to ensure all are compliant with laws and regulations and your role contributes to the fundamental success of any organization.

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