Quality Control and Health & Safety Coordinator
Quality Control and Health & Safety Coordinator
Job Category: Full Time
Job Type: Permanent
Job Location: Edmonton; AB

About the role

The Quality Control and Health & Safety Coordinator is a dual role where the incumbent will be responsible for all aspects of a company’s health and safety compliance and will also ensure from the quality perspective that all RAM products meet and exceed customer specifications and RAM’s internal quality standards. Additionally, the incumbent will implement company initiatives, training, process improvement, and auditing.


Quality Control (70%)

  • Develop and conduct quality control initiatives. Review all existing and new documentation for completeness.
  • Responsible for ensuring products meet a company’s production standards. Duties include monitoring manufacturing operations, testing products for flaws, and reporting defects.
  • Works with co-workers to create and qualify robust inspection processes.
  • Conduct thorough checks on products to see if they meet company guidelines and safety standards.
  • Make recommendations on how to improve these guidelines since they help update testing and safety protocols.
  • Perform first-off inspections, receiving inspections, and in-production inspections and will be responsible for stencilling, stamping and passing all quality-approved products.
  • Responsible for planning, scheduling, and completion of Internal Audits
  • Consolidate internal audit results, write final reports, and close outstanding audit points.
  • Resolve any issues and discrepancies. Conduct quality training sessions and workshops when required.
  • Maintain and analyze data and create quality dashboards for management.
  • Communicate inspection issues in production processes to the Director of Production
  • Suggest best practices in inspection techniques through industry experience.

Health and Safety (30%)

  • Update and recommend Health & Safety rules, procedures, policies, and manuals.
  • Schedule monthly health and safety meetings with safety committee members as regulatory standards require. Documents safety meeting minutes and follow up on action items to ensure responsible parties have completed actions.
  • Create and implement safety plans while ensuring they are followed daily.
  • Educate employees on safety standards and expectations.
  • Maintain documentation of the company’s safety procedures, accidents, and related events
  • Responsible for reporting and managing the WCB claims process.
  • Manage return-to-work programs proactively, working closely with the employees, their manager/supervisor, and the insurance organization to ensure the employee’s safety and health and protect the Company’s interests.
  • Act as a liaison between management and external safety agencies, such as fire and insurance personnel.
  • Responsible for all fire safety activities, including maintaining a fire safety plan and completing mandatory drills.
  • Maintain Health and Safety, bulletin boards.
  • Mentor, guide, teach, and coach Team Leads on health and safety requirements, responsibilities, and how to fulfil them.
  • Conduct onsite safety walks, audits, and inspections.
  • Ensure annual inspections on equipment and training needs are met.
  • Represent the Company during inspections and external audits.


  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • Ability to develop and implement training programs.
  • Must be able to write clear and concise audit reports accurately.
  • Must be able to write, speak and communicate to engage employees, management, and others productively and credibly.
  • Good knowledge and experience in Quality Management Systems, Six Sigma, or similar Quality measurement practices.
  • Must be able to read, interpret, and apply the ISO quality system standard.
  • Superior detail orientation: values accuracy and has high standards around the quality of work.
  • Working knowledge of measuring equipment, blueprints, and technical information.
  • Familiarity with standard manufacturing industry concepts, practices, procedures, and processes for Health & Safety and Environmental compliance
  • Competent and knowledgeable in Alberta Occupational Health & Safety Code and other regulatory requirements in a manufacturing setting
  • Knowledgeable in the principles of safety and workers’ compensation along with pertinent federal, provincial, and local laws, codes, and regulations
  • Experience in Health and Safety regulations/issues/committees.

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