Title: Occupational Health & Safety Manager**
Reports To: Respective Management**
Supervises: Specific Project**
Relocation Assistance: Possibly**
Project Location: Oahu (Aiea), HI**
We are currently looking for an EXPERIENCED OHSM to join a young innovative company in the U.S. Federal Government construction & service industry.
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES
OHSM has safety authority over all EPC Service Inc. projects and personnel. This person is also responsible for establishing and maintaining successful relationships with all customers and end-users. The typical assigned project(s) are construction/service projects that have a large emphasis on electrical & mechanical operating systems and plumbing. You report directly to the CEO, and all EPC SSHO's will report directly to you.
Essential Functions: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and ability necessary to succeed as aOHSM:
· Develop, implement, enforce and the Corporate Safety Manual.
· Develop, implement, enforce and administer the Abbreviated Site Safety Plan, the Site Safety Plan and all required Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) for the project.
· Maintain applicable safety reference material on the job site, to include MSDS.
· Certify that all safety documentation and submittals are in compliance with contract requirements.
· Review plans and specifications to ensure requirements are met for each construction process.
· Provide documented evaluations and assessments assistance to staff and subcontractor personnel.
· Ensure all water, soil, materials, and mechanical systems testing are conducted by approved personnel and/or approved testing facilities.
· Distribute written inspection/test results to appropriate end users.
· Ensure effective and timely preventive and corrective actions are taken and recurrence of problems are eliminated or minimized.
· Maintain and submit hazardous material reports to government environmental office.
· Conduct pre-final inspections/ establish punch list if required/ ensure all deficiencies are corrected.
· Coordinate and conduct final inspections with project manager, government contracting and civil engineer personnel.
· Responsible for safety management of the projects.
· Surveys construction projects to identify and evaluate physical conditions, safety practices, hazardous situations and compliance with established safety standards.
· Reviews history of accidents and claims, and prepares reports and recommendations as required.
· Coordinates safety of the project as a whole-schedule, loss history, upcoming activities, etc. and provides stimulus for proactive loss control efforts.
· Conduct accident investigations and provide recommendations for corrective/preventive action.
· Conduct site specific safety orientation.
· Interfaces with existing company safety professionals to direct and improve effectiveness of safety standards, codes and regulations.
· Coordinates, develops and /or conducts daily/weekly safety meeting.
· Reviews subcontractor safety program to ensure compliance with projects safety standards.
· Assures the proper level of training for subcontractors.
· Makes recommendations on safety improvements.
· Complete workplace safety audits and ensure remedial action where necessary.
· Conduct job hazards analyses to identify hazards and potential risks.
· Conducts daily walkthrough of the site ensuring work is being accomplished safely and occupational health is not compromised.
· Provide safety indoctrination to all construction site visitors and new employees.
· The project team has provided a high level of customer service throughout the project(s). Client has expressed desire to work with EPC again; expresses an interest in working with this employee again.
· Provides leadership, direction, and necessary resources to project staff and subcontractors to ensure timely and successful completion of contract requirements.
· Writes plans and programs in accordance with government specifications.
· Provides oversight to subcontractors.
· Promotes a comprehensive safety culture that provides a safe and healthy workplace that is free of recognized hazards.
· Has daily/monthly safety meetings and project timeline meetings with stakeholders and can professionally represent EPC in these meetings.
· Understanding electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems, layouts, rules and regulations.
· Review the overall contractual requirements for all projects and specific process design methodology for individual projects as required.
· Proactively and systematically communicate challenges, risks and successes.
· Working knowledge of government, industry and other regulations (i.e Army Corps of Engineers EM-385 and the 1910 and 1926 OSHA regulations) a MUST.
· 5-10 years’ experience in the Construction Safety and Health field; preferably both (Certification in safety or health is desirable (i.e. OHST or CHST)
· Industrial/Commercial and Federal construction, renovations and upgrades preferred. Federal Construction Experience in a fast-paced business environment is required.
· Proven history of leading, teaching, developing, and mentoring others successfully.
· Business acumen, judgment, communication, solid leadership, client relations, negotiation, project management, solid construction knowledge, decision making, conflict resolution, tact, adaptable, analytical, and coach are all necessary skills for a SSHO/QC.
· In depth understanding of all Construction Specification.
· Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.
· Mastery level systems experience with MS suite, MS project, AutoCAD and other electronic management tools is required for this role. Computer skills are required.
· Knowledge of the FAR, DFAR, and related procurement regulations.
· Working in and with U.S. Army Corp of Engineers RMS/QCS program.
· Excellent communication and personal skills.
· Ability to handle stressful situations and is ORGANIZED!!
· Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management or related discipline from an accredited college/university required. (Certification in safety or health is desirable (i.e. CSP, STS, OHST or CHST)
Required Licenses and Certificates
· LEED accredited is preferred but not required.*
· Vocational license(s) are a plus.*
· Certification in Total Construction Quality Management for Contractors from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
· Must have completed 30-hour OSHA Construction safety class or equivalent within the last five years and have documented an average of at least 24 hours of safety training per year for the past five years.
· Must be a U.S. Citizen, and be eligible to receive a Federal Security Clearance (candidates with an active Federal Security Clearance are preferred).
· Must pass a background check to obtain a Security Clearance. The following events will disqualify you from being a candidate:
· Not a U.S. Citizen
· Bankruptcy in the last 7 years
· Financially unstable (Foreclosure/Collections)
· Drug or Alcohol Conviction
· Felony Conviction
· Job involves in and out of-construction site trailer office work and managing/inspecting/coordinating, performing a variety of tasks concurrently.
· Construction site type conditions
· Moderate to low overtime required throughout the year. High level of overtime required at project close out if on or off projected schedule, depends.
· Travel can be greater than 25% of the time.
· If Selected you will be required to successfully complete a per-appointment physical examination and hearing examination.
· Work is performed outdoors, often under adverse weather conditions.
· Work requires frequent bending, stooping, walking, standing, working in cramped positions, and climbing.
· Work requires exposure to high noise levels.
· Must be able to wear personal protective safety equipment such as helmets, gloves, coveralls, glasses, goggles, ear plugs, respirators and safety shoes (Steele toe boots) continuously for the duration of the work shift.
· Negative Results on Drug Analysis
· Many hazards. Construction type hazards and General office working conditions.
This job description does not list all the duties of the job. You may be asked by supervisors or managers to perform other duties. You will be evaluated in part based upon your performance of the tasks listed in this job description.
The employer has the right to revise this job description at anytime. The job description is not a contract for employment, and either you or the employer may terminate employment at any time, for any reason.
Please submit all certification(s) and/or license(s)
Job Type: Full-time
Job Type: Full-time
- Safety Officer/Manager: 8 years (Required)
- Construction: 8 years (Preferred)
- Current First Aid/CPR (Required)
- USACE CQMC (Required)
- OSHA 30 (Required)
- EM 385-1-1 (Required)
- Health insurance
- Dental insurance
- Vision insurance
- Retirement plan
- Paid time off
- Professional development assistance
- Tuition reimbursement