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Reporting to the Supervisor, Health, Safety and Training, the Health & Safety Engineering Trainer will be responsible to develop and administer training programs for the underground department to ensure site safety, improve basic training as required and acting as a resource for anyone seeking information. This is a key role for the mine and the successful candidate must be an exemplary employee on safety with a positive and energetic personality.
Conduct training needs analysis and provide individual training.
In collaboration with departments work to identify training needs or gaps.
Determine source of any gaps and appropriate method to close the gaps.
Oversee experienced employees who are providing additional training.
Prepare and/or purchase necessary training modules as per legislation and company requirements.
Conduct research to determine appropriate sources.
Propose training modules.
Prepare internal material and tests for individual training modules and needs.
Have training material reviewed by peers and supervisors prior to use.
Maintain training records and files.
Ensure all files are completed according to Ministry of Labour standards.
Ensure all employees have been properly signed off for equipment they are operating.
Ensure all training records are maintained in employee training files.
Work with Safety team and other departments to create training procedures to be used in the mine.
Conduct job observations and follow-up training.
Perform job observations on employees to determine if follow-up training is necessary.
Provide and/or coordinate follow-up training for employees.
Conduct Risk Assessments, Non Routine Hazardous Tasks and Incident Investigations.
Lead or participate in Non Routine Hazardous Task development sessions.
Lead or participate in Risk Assessment processes.
Lead or participate in Incident Investigations.
Train the Trainer accreditation is a requirement.
Experience in training of Underground Common Core program.
Minimum of 5 to 10 years of experience in an underground mine environment.
Self-starter who is able to anticipate needs and work independent.
Highly organized with exceptional attention to detail, able to manage competing priorities.
The incumbent will demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs is required.
Current MTCU Transcript must accompany all applications in order to be considered.