Division Safety Manager

Swinerton   •  

Dallas, TX

Industry: Real Estate & Construction


5 - 7 years

Posted 52 days ago

Job Description:


• Able to perform all duties of Safety Manager and Sr. Safety Manager

• Assist in the development of environmental and industrial hygiene training and educational programs

• Assist Operations to develop division safety and cost budgeting to be included in annual division business plans

• Provide training and education programs to Company personnel

• Organize pre-job safety planning meetings to plan for potential hazards and problems prior to start of job

• Inspect jobsites to ensure Company EH&S Program and OSHA/EPA compliance

• Provide emergency response plans for projects

• Arrange for basic first aid training for jobsite personnel

• Assist with environmental permits

• Investigate and analyze bodily injury and property damage accidents, complete root cause investigations

• Coordinate project EH&S programs with subcontractors

• Compile and issue regular accident report summaries and division reviews

• Provide updated information to employees regarding EH&S requirements and changes

• Coordinate weekly foremen's and monthly superintendent's safety meetings

• Identify and handle project management personnel needing assistance, training, or discipline in meeting Corporate and Division Safety guidelines and goals

• Act as a liaison with regulatory agencies for conflict resolution

• Develop and assist in job specifications, proposals, and bids

• Provide Environmental and Health testing/sampling, as necessary

• Perform and document field auditing and service visits

• Coordinate and conduct a Root Cause Analysis on any event requiring one

• Assist project teams with subcontractor compliance with Attachment I minimum performance standards

• Complete other responsibilities as assigned


• AA/ or BS in EH&S or acceptable work history and education

• CHST, or OHST certification is required

• 5 years of experience in construction with safety, environmental and health related issues

• Trainer Certifications such as the OSHA 500, 510, (Outreach Trainer)

• Thorough knowledge of OSHA Construction and State and Environmental Regulations

• Presentation skills, the ability to recognize training needs and develop SE&H training modules

• Demonstrate computer knowledge.