1129 – Safety Site and Health Officer

3 weeks ago
Nevada
Full-time
  • Salary Expectations: $85,000
  • Full-time: Yes
  • Experience Required: 5 Years

SUMMARY:   The Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO) shall report to the Corporate Safety Director. He/she will provide support to the operations department to enforce corporate safety and health policies and procedures. In addition to their responsibilities, they shall participate in, and complete all tasks designated to them by the Corporate Safety Director.
 
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Conducts onsite safety inspections, safety orientations, and accident investigations.
Supervises training of employees on safety policies, procedures, and regulations.
Verifies compliance with health and safety regulations and ensures all necessary records are maintained and prepared according to established guidelines.
Manages the participation in Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspections, providing inspectors with appropriate documents and identifying safety measures.
Acts as advisor to the safety administration team regarding projects, tasks, operation and accidents.
Familiar with standard concepts, practices and procedure within the construction field.
Relies on experience and judgement to plan and accomplish goals.
Attend all initial meetings with the Project Staff and Subcontractor Representatives to clearly define their role within the confines of the Project Program.
Researches new regulations and developments in the field of Health and Safety and recommend changes in the company’s program.
Controls hazardous working conditions and unsafe employee practices through site visits, safety plans, and education of all supervisory personnel.
Performs a variety of tasks.

All workers may be required to visit a construction site at some time during employment.

 
QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum five years’ general construction experience with emphasis on construction and/or industrial safety.
  • Understanding of applicable federal, state, local and company regulations.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients and employees.
  • Strong interpersonal skills; ability to communicate effectively with all levels of management and staff.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills including presentation skills.
  • Computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, email, and internet navigation software.
  • OSHA 500 and other regulatory agency standards.

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