Construction Safety Officer

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Marcon CSO’s are a very important part of our team to help deliver our OH&S program on all our sites, and to ensure compliance with our contractors. Working closely with the Site Superintendent on a day to day basis to achieve this is important to Marcon as we value the “Team Effort” approach.

  • Competitive wage
  • Excellent Health & Dental benefits plan
  • Social events throughout the year
  • Professional and career development opportunities

Job Duties:

  • Support the Project Superintendent on-site throughout the construction phase
  • Promote a culture of job site safety, where safety is everyone’s responsibility
  • Regularly monitor health, safety & environment compliance of workers and sub-contractors
  • Conduct site specific health, safety & environment orientations for all new site workers and visitors
  • Facilitate and participate in site inspections and implement corrective action as required
  • Prepare site safety plans, conduct hazard assessments, incident investigations and risk assessments, as required
  • Ensure that all accidents, incidents and injuries are properly reported to all appropriate parties
  • Review sub-contractors documentation for accuracy and provide feedback to personnel
  • Conduct health, safety & environment meetings and toolbox talks
  • Maintain and prepare thorough documentation and reports
  • Keep management updated on issues that arise
  • Support Marcon’s HSE program, COR program
  • Administer first aid as necessary
  • Assist with labour duties and site maintenance
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • Construction Safety Officer (CSO) training completed
  • Minimum Occupational First Aid Level IIl (OFA 3). Level 2 OFA with transport endorsement is acceptable
  • Good knowledge of WorkSafeBC regulations, policies, guidelines and standards
  • Proactive in identifying hazards and implementing corrective measures to ensure that health, safety & environment standards are being met on site.
  • Demonstrated ability to keep detailed and accurate health, safety & environment records
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and able to influence others, in matters of health, safety & environment
  • Adaptable, and able to use good judgement and manage the unexpected

Able to commute to any of our site locations throughout the Metro Vancouver area
If you are an enthusiastic and hard-working individual who is interested in being a part of our safety team, then we want to hear from you!

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