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Formwork Safety Coordinator

Job Locations CA-BC-Lower Mainland
Site Safety
Axiom Builders Site (Lower Mainland)

About The Company

Our approach today is the same as it was 35 years ago: quality, commitment and integrity creates projects and partnerships that last decades. This was the mindset of our founders who started our company all those years ago, and it continues to drive how we work decades later.


From humble builder to forward-thinking construction partner, we’ve always been focused on moving our legacy forward through hands-on mentorship and, more recently, our Bosa Construction Legacy Scholarship to support future leaders in the trades.


Today, Bosa Construction collaborates with owners, consultants, and trades to construct residential, commercial, and institutional developments throughout the Lower Mainland, always with safety top of mind and backed by our COR safety certification. Some of our notable projects include Tesoro, North Harbour, Emerson, Axis – and many more to come.

About The Role

Join our dynamic team as a Formwork Safety Coordinator and play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and well-being of our Formwork Field Operations personnel. You'll be at the forefront of our Company Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Program, working hands-on with the formwork workforce to uphold safety standards and regulatory compliance. If you're passionate about safety and love working with your hands, this role is perfect for you.


Key Responsibilities

  • Work under the day-to-day direction of the project General Foreman and closely with the Safety Manager to ensure proper implementation of the Health & Safety program on-site;
  • Conduct regular site-specific orientations, including the collection and filing of safety training documents for all site personnel.
  • Conduct safety training, toolbox meetings, and hazard assessments;
  • Perform construction tasks on-site, including basic carpentry work, building site fencing, and general labor related to on-site safety challenges;
  • Collaborate with the General Contractor's Construction Safety Officer to maintain safety standards;
  • Lead emergency responses for formwork crews and subcontractors;
  • Assist injured workers with treatment and recovery, supporting Graduated Return-to-Work (GRTW) programs;
  • Train employees on proper PPE use and safety regulations;
  • Lead safety inspections, incident investigations, and ensure corrective actions;
  • Maintain accurate records of safety incidents and corrective measures.

What You Bring

We're looking for a passionate safety advocate who is articulate, professional, and accountable, with strong resourcefulness, collaboration skills, and adaptability. Effective time-management and problem-solving abilities are essential. Your dedication to maintaining a safe work environment and supporting your team through clear communication and proactive measures will be crucial for success in this role.


Skills and Experience

  • Occupational First Aid Level-1 Certificate (with transportation endorsement);
  • Intermediate knowledge of Provincial Occupational Health and Safety Legislation;
  • Basic proficiency in Microsoft Office;
  • Basic general carpentry skills;
  • Basic knowledge and experience with hand tools.

Your Rewards
We value our people and aim to treat them right, evolving our total rewards package often based on their input. Here are some of the top reasons our people like working here.


Our Community

  • The People | Dozens of fun events to bring us together, from topping-off parties to family BBQs
  • Giving Back | 800+ volunteer hours since launch of our Community Engagement program
  • Leadership | 12 down-to-earth execs to learn the ropes from


  • Benefits & Perks | 100% health/dental coverage and big discounts on everything from tickets to travel
  • Compensation | Competitive pay with annual market analysis


  • Unique Projects | 8 jobs in progress, from skyline-changers to purpose-built rentals
  • Career Growth | Twice per year we level-up with our Performance Feedback Program
  • Learning & Development | 15 offerings from our dedicated L&D team

An hourly rate for this role may be $28-$32/hour, depending on experience.


What’s Next: How to Apply
Want to love what you do? We’re always looking for talented people who fit our culture and are passionate about what they do. Here are three ways to apply:

Thank you for your interest in Bosa Construction! While we can only respond to shortlisted applicants, we will keep your information on file for future opportunities.


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