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Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator

London, ON
Job ID 202372

Company Description

Our client is a leader in the automotive manufacturing sector.  They produce quality components and assemblies with their field worldwide.


Competitive compensation, plus benefits.

Position Description

Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, you will be entrusted with assisting the Management Team in areas of Environmental Management Systems (EMS). Your expertise will be relied upon to provide support and advice to all departments in relation to environmental issues, ensuring improved environmental performance, and compliance with all applicable environmental regulations, legislation, and customer requirements.

Environmental Management System (ISO 14001:2015): Responsible for the implementation, maintenance and promotion of the site’s certified Environmental Management System, including, but not limited to:

  • the coordination, implementation, and maintenance of EMS program elements such as aspects/impacts, objectives, monitoring/ measurement, documentation, communications, emergency preparedness and response, internal audits and management review
  • coordination of all relevant audits and inspections to ensure conformance with the Environmental Management System
  • acting as site’s main point of contact to external certification body during external audits
  • management of all audit findings (internal and external), including the identification of root cause, corrective and preventive actions and support their implementation
  • responsible for ensuring continuous improvement by reviewing and monitoring environmental performance, objectives and targets, risk and opportunities
  • keeping informed of all relevant stakeholder concerns (internal/external) and environmental customer requirements, including the submission of annual reports (e.g. CDP and M2030 etc.)

Environmental Compliance: Responsible for the identification and management of all relevant environmental compliance obligations (local, Provincial and Federal) and spills response, awareness of regulatory changes and the communication with relevant regulatory bodies. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • coordination of all annual reporting requirements (NPRI, GHG)
  • coordination of all waste programs, including non-hazardous industrial solids, liquid industrial wastes and conventional waste/recycling programs, registrations (HWIN/RPRA), annual audit requirements and the management of manifests under relevant regulations
  • coordination of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods program, including training, and all associated requirements in regards to relevant export permits
  • the maintenance of all site Environmental Compliance Approvals (Air, Sewage/Storm) including the implementation and execution of relevant sampling and monitoring programs, annual and situational reporting requirements
  • work collaboratively with internal and external Legal resources to address situations as they may arise

Environmental Program Management:

  • Assisting with annual budgetary process, including Capital, to ensure appropriate funds are requested for environmental compliance programs, to support internal objectives, and continued improved environmental performance
  • Completion of periodic risk management activities
  • Working collaboratively with other departments (e.g. Production, Maintenance, Engineering, Purchasing etc.) to ensure environmental requirements are being considered and met, and on special projects as they arise
  • Providing advice and support to the Management Team to ensure Meridian remains compliant with all relevant regulations, legislation and customer requirements
  • Support internal/external environmental incident investigations, including root cause analysis, corrective and preventive actions, their verification and relevant communications


  • 2 years’ experience directly related to a manufacturing environment
  • Post-secondary education in Environmental Technology or relevant field
  • Working knowledge and/or relevant training in Environmental legislation
  • Knowledge of chemical, hazardous waste industrial hygiene, and/or environmental health standards
  • Ability to develop, implement and enforce safety programs and protocols


Post-secondary education in Environmental Technology or relevant field.

Additional Information

Date Posted: September 20, 2022
Job Type: Contract (1 Year)
Industries: Automotive – Metal Stamping
Job Categories: Environmental
Manages Others: No
Required Travel: No
Relocation Assistance: No

Learn More About the Recruiter

Leslie Pittman

Leslie has a passion for exceeding internal and external client expectations, on a consistent basis. Her clients’ needs could range from permanent staffing to temporary contract staffing. No stone will be unturned to meet order fulfillment. With a vast knowledge of contract and project based positions, she can deliver numerous types of strategic staffing solutions within any sector of your organization.

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