Summary Through strict oversight, Safety Manager provides employees and customer personnel with a safe and healthful workplace that promotes preventing injuries to personnel and damage or loss to property and the environment. Site official responsible for implementation, execution, and compliance with the project Safety, Health, and Environmental plans. Provides risk mitigation and workplace safety leadership across the site organization.
- Provides communication, training and enforcement of policies to staff.
- Makes recommendations on safety improvements.
- Conducts job hazards analyses to identify hazards and potential risks.
- Completes workplace safety audits and ensure remedial action where necessary.
- Implement and enforce accident prevention plans and activity hazard analysis, and ensure contractor compliance with all safety and health requirements.
- Conducts daily walkthrough of the site ensuring work is being accomplished safely and occupational health is not compromised.
- Interprets and applies regulatory requirements applicable to the project scope of work.
- Develops site-specific safety programs/plans to include emergency actions, response, evacuation and security plans.
- Conducts daily safety and health inspections and mishap investigations.
Provides safety indoctrination to all construction site visitors and new employees.
Skills and Experience
- Demonstrated training and management skills.
- Demonstrated knowledge of OSHA regulations 29 CFR 1926
- Ability to understand, interpret and apply regulatory requirements applicable to the project scope of work
- Possess professional qualifications and knowledge of control of hazardous materials, confined spaces, safety, hazard communication, accident investigation and reporting.
- Knowledge of the OSHA 1910 General Industry Standards
- Knowledge of the OSHA 1926 Construction Standards
- NFPA 70e / Electrical Safety compliance knowledge
- Mishap / accident investigation experience
- Specific knowledge and experience in confined space program development, crane safety programs, energized electrical work programs, and hazard identification programs
- Hazard analysis and implementation of hierarchy of controls structure
- The SM shall have a minimum of 5 years’ experience as a safety manager developing, performing, managing, and supervising safety programs and operations of a workforce of over 200 employees.
- The SM shall have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and formal education in Safety Program processes.
- The SM shall have and maintain a Licensed Safety Professional certification from National Association of Safety Professionals. Alternate, equivalent certifications from other sources may be accepted.
- Security Clearance Required.