Arrow Transportation Systems Inc.

HSE Administrator

Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Company Arrow Corporate


Over 100 years in business, the Arrow Group of Companies has led the way in developing service focused transportation solutions by working with a broad range of customers, hauling a wider variety of products, and expanding our presence throughout Canada and the United States. Arrow is an industry leading transportation, distribution and materials handling organization.


We are looking for an HSE Administrator to join the Arrow family.


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We Offer

  • The stability of a 100+ year old company and the spirit of an innovative and entrepreneurial organization
  • Competitive Compensation: $50,000 - $60,000 per year
  • Pension Matching up to 4%
  • Extended Medical benefits for you and your dependents.  Includes Pharmaceutical, Dental, Paramedical, Life Insurance, Health Spending Account and more.....
  • We promote from within!  Start your career here.
  • Free Parking
  • Direct Deposit Pay
  • Shift: Monday-Friday - Days
  • All PPE paid for and provided
  • All relevant memberships and designation fees will be covered
  • Support for education in a related field and relevant to the position



Reporting to the Director of HSE (DHSE), the HSE Administrator assists with the administration of the Safety programs and systems in support of all Arrow businesses within the Arrow group of companies.  The HSE Administrator plans, develops and evaluates existing Health and Safety programs, along with the DHSE and Senior HSE Coordinator (SHSEC), and is further responsible to assist divisions with the development of the safety program for new work sites, processes, developing worker training, evaluations and workplace inspections and audits.  In addition, the HSE Administrator will work closely with DHSE to ensure third party contractor (ISNetworld, Avetta etc.) management status is maintained. 


Major Responsibilities 

  • Provide Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) advisory services to individual division staff to support the overall vision and goals of the corporate safety system. 
  • Work with the DHSE and SHSEC to develop education and training programs, tools and resources to assist divisions maintain their OHS programs. 
  • Perform work site safety compliance inspections and audits, including hazard identification and assessments, safe work procedures, JSA’s, written reports and recommendations in order to comply with federal, provincial, municipal, customer and industry standards and regulations.  
  • Direct and review the analysis of incident and injury data. 
  • Ensure all divisions maintain accurate and updated employee orientation and training records, incident record completion, inspections and related operational documents. 
  • Assist division staff in understanding their responsibility relating to risk mitigation, system compliance, audits, WCB, NSC and OSHA requirements. 
  • Assist divisions with development, training, communication and testing of their respective written plans dealing with emergency response, spill containment and reporting, first aid, fire suppression, etc. 
  • Research, plan, organize and conduct orientation and training programs for managers and field employees suitable to the division’s type of work activities. 
  • Research OHS information to assure the best available methods and equipment is available and adopted to minimize hazards in the workplace. 
  • Develop or modify and implement safety systems by inspecting or reviewing worksites, equipment, processes and other work activities. 
  • Review results from inspections and investigations and coordinate OHS activities with DHSE 
  • Liaise, lead and/or participate in industry forums, special teams and management as it relates to Arrow for the benefit of the workforce, the public and the company, as applicable. 
  • Support divisions by managing and updating third party subcontractor subscriptions such as ISNetworld, ComplyWorks, Avetta and Browz. 
  • Provide support to divisions by overseeing the contractor compliance review to third party carriers 
  • Perform other job duties as required or assigned. 


You Possess


  • Preference given to Bachelor’s degree in OHS, business or public administration and/or degree/certification relevant to the position responsibilities.
  • Working towards and ongoing maintenance of CRST/CRSP certifications.
  • Good knowledge of OHS, NSC, Worker’s compensation act & regulations and Canada Labor Code Part II.
  • Transportation/Trucking/Rail/TDG/Hazmat and various commodity experience preferred.
  • Experience with COR and Contractor Management an asset.
  • Proven excellence and commitment to customer service both internal and external.
  • Demonstrated superior interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to identify and solve complex problems.
  • Inductive reasoning to create workplace safety resolutions.
  • Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.
  • Effective attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy.
  • Strong work ethic and positive team attitude.
  • Sound analytical thinking, planning, prioritization and execution skills.
  • Able to build and maintain lasting relationships with other departments.
  • Experience in the gathering and compilation of data, and preparation of reports.
  • Ability to lead by example.
  • Quality oriented.
  • Ethics and Integrity.
  • Computer literate and ability to adapt and leverage positive impacts of existing and new software.
  • Able to work well under pressure and meet set deadlines.
  • Strong proclivity towards professionalism and diplomacy.
  • Responsible, accountable and dependable.
  • Valid class 5 driver’s license and clean driver’s abstract


We are an equal opportunity employer.


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