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Occupational Health and Safety Analyst

LifeWorks

This is a Contract position in Montreal, QC posted September 10, 2022.

Build a meaningful career

At LifeWorks, we offer more than career opportunities, we provide career opportunities to make meaningful contributions to people’s lives.  The extraordinary expertise of a more than 7,000-strong workforce is harnessed to support the employees and families of the organizations we serve. Our innovative programs have a lasting impact on the health, financial security and productivity of 24,000 workplaces.

Summary:

As an Occupational Health and Safety Analyst, you will be the initial person involved in employment incident and injury cases. You will take charge of new cases and open case files.

Responsibilities:

  • Create new occupational injury case files
  • Assume responsibility for the cases assigned to you and gather all the information needed to open a case
  • Notify the claims management consultant who is in charge of the client when a serious incident requires their intervention
  • When necessary, enter opposing comments in case files and, when the case has been accepted, do follow-up to see if there are sufficient grounds to contest
  • Monitor case progress and determine the appropriate management strategy
  • Request independent medical examinations for cases as required
  • Personalize and forward requests for modified work as required
  • Assist the consultant with cost-sharing requests and cost-allocation follow-up
     

To be a successful Occupational Health and Safety Analyst, you will have the following qualifications and skills:

  • Bilingual fluency in English and French is required
  • University degree or College diploma in Occupation Health an Safety or other relevant training
  • Good understanding of occupational injury management (AIAOD and jurisprudence)
  • Self-starter, initiative and excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines despite a significant volume of work and deal routinely with unexpected request from clients or team consultants
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills and customer-service focus

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Where permitted by law, LifeWorks employees must be fully immunized to access a LifeWorks office or customer premises.

Persons with disabilities who need accommodation in the application process or those needing job postings in an alternative format may e-mail a request to talentacquisitiononboarding@lifeworks.com

Fulfilling work that matters

LifeWorks is in the business of helping organizations help their people and in the process, we strive to elevate ours. We're always looking for talented professionals and strategic leaders looking to make a difference in the lives of the people we serve. We appreciate the interest of every applicant; however, we contact only those selected for an interview.

At LifeWorks, we are committed to putting our people first.  Our priority is to optimize the health and productivity of our people.  In light of COVID-19, our company continues to monitor the global situation and following local guidance in each of our communities to ensure the health and wellbeing of our employees.  Safety is our highest priority, and while the goal is to ultimately return to the office, we are currently working remotely and are connecting with candidates through virtual interviews, recruitment events, and information sessions.  We are excited to connect with you virtually, and look forward to receiving your application.