Participate in planning, organizing and implementing safety programs for construction projects while ensuring compliance with federal, state and corporate environmental, health and safety regulations. Develop project specific HSE programs and procedures through interface and teamwork with Project / Operations management/supervisory personnel. Maintain Accountability Programs on all projects for safety-related issues and work with supervision to ensure uniform application of safety related discipline. Serves as a mentor to other HSE professionals. May be the lead safety manager on a small project. Coordinate and present safety training to support the company and client requirements. Participate in EHS project risk assessments. Assist with conducting accident, near miss, and damage investigations with Root Cause Analysis. With oversight, develop and monitor EHS performance, progress, preventive and corrective action plans.
MSHA/OSHA regulations and hazard recognition, record keeping and injury management. Environmental, Health & Safety policies and procedures. Managing safety of work sites, mitigating identified safety hazards. Managing people, including contractors. Reviewing technical and EHS training reports. Developing and implementing safety training, and safety alerts. Auditing work sites for EHS program effectiveness. Supporting injured workers. Case management. Developing, implementing and maintaining an effective site-specific safety/EHS plan.
High School diploma or GED.
Minimum of 1 year of construction safety management experience. Demonstrated ability to provide a high level of safety leadership to both management and technicians.
Certified Hygiene Safety Technician (CHST) preferred. CPR/First Aid certification.
Position Reports To
EHS Sr. Leadership or a Group/Senior Safety Manager
Career path moves from this role
Senior Safety Manager, Safety Manager II