The Safety Engineer will work with the BUSD, PX, PM and Superintendents in adhering to company safety health, and environmental policies. This function oversees, leads, directs and enforces safety and works on construction projects to identify, eliminate, and control hazardous conditions that may lead to injury and or property damage using job specific safety standards, best management practices, and Injury Free Environment Techniques. This position will have supervisory responsibility for Assistant Project Safety Managers in his/her area of responsibility (if applicable).
Reports to: Business Unit EH&S Director
Essential Duties & Responsibilities**:
• Build working relationships with project staff and Subcontractor Safety Representatives.
• Contribute to the development of the overall project safety program.
• Enforce Safety Program and related policies and procedures and implement immediate corrective actions in accordance with Turner, Federal, State and Local regulations and owner requirements.
• Hold pre-construction planning meeting with subcontractors to review overall site safety program and job hazard analysis for their scope of work, and ensure plans are in place to mitigate risks.
• Ensure proper pre-planning for all activities and tasks for subcontractors and trades.
• Manage time and resource allocation appropriately to provide overall safety leadership to assigned project(s).
• Create safety reports for the project, analyzing metrics and making recommendations for improvement over baseline.
• If applicable, supervise and provide guidance for the development of Project Safety Assistant, communicating clear objectives, goals and related deliverables and holding direct reports accountable.
• Evaluate training needs and make recommendations to subcontractors.
• Actively participate in reducing Project Incident Rates by meeting or exceeding established BU goals and manage regulatory exposures to zero citations.
Qualifications: Four yeardegree in Occupational Safety and Health, engineering or similar with at least five (5) years of building construction safety experiencepreferred or equivalent education and experience. A background in high rise construction is preferred. A minimum of OSHA 30 hour training, First Aid/CPR/BBP and AED training. Demonstrated knowledge of safety/environmental principles and techniques is required. In addition, achievement of CHST is required within two years of appointment to this position. Demonstrated ability to identify known potential exposures and lead implementation of corrective actions. Demonstrated management, leadership and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate well both verbally and in writing and train others. Demonstrated computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office suite programs.
Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Performance of the required duties will require physical ability to climb permanent and temporary stairs, passenger use of construction personnel hoists, ability to climb ladders and negotiate work areas under construction. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Performing this job requires use of hands to handle or feel objects, tools or controls, sit, talk, stand, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Ability to hear bells, alarms, whistles, etc. Employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works on-site at the construction work site where the employee is exposed to moving mechanical parts; high precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock. The noise in these work environments is usually moderate to very loud.