- High school diploma or GED
- Flexible schedule
- Paid training
The Department of Labor Standards (DLS) is seeking individuals interested in apprenticing to become Industrial Safety and Health Inspectors. This apprenticeship is an innovative program that will allow candidates to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to be field inspectors.
Interested in a career helping other people? Occupational safety and health (OSH) professionals have rewarding jobs, creating safe work environments by preventing workplace fatalities, injuries and illnesses.
Interested in a field that is growing? Employment opportunities across all safety-related roles are projected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to increase through at least 2024.
Interested in a dynamic job that will take you to unique and different places? Safety careers offer job availability, excellent salaries, career advancement and leadership opportunities. Plus, each day at DLS you will be experiencing new and exciting work settings.
No experience? No problem. The apprenticeship is designed to provide you the education and experience you need to succeed.
Some of the types of tasks you will do:
Conduct accident investigations, for amputations, electric shocks, falls, and fatalities in a variety of settings, including construction sites, manufacturing plants, water treatment facilities, public works highway departments, fire departments, prisons, and healthcare facilities.
Conduct proactive inspections to identify conditions which could cause employees injury and develop corresponding corrective actions.
Learn to use industrial hygiene equipment for air sampling, noise sampling, ventilation testing, or wipe sampling
Participate in the writing of Civil Citations, Written Warnings, and Technical Reports to require corrective action for injury prevention and compliance with OSHA standards.
Attend hearings regarding the appropriate application of safety and health standards.
Attend meetings and conferences about workplace safety and health.
Travel throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
If selected, you will be required to complete a minimum of 2000 hours of field work and 150 hours of classroom training. The 2000 hours of field work will be under the guidance and instruction of experienced Industrial Safety and Health Inspectors as part of the hands-on learning environment. You will be paid for all work and classroom time. All expenses of the training, including travel and tuition, will be paid. Classroom training may require travel to Keene, New Hampshire. Upon successful completion of the apprenticeship, you will be eligible for a promotion and be a Certified Safety and Health Official.
Due to the nature of the work, this apprenticeship requires flexible hours. Some days may be extended, while others shortened. Classroom learning may be outside of the usual 9a-5p workday.
High school degree or equivalent required.
Extensive travel is required; incumbents must have access to a properly inspected, registered and insured personal automobile and must possess a current and valid motor vehicle driver’s license.
Please provide a resume with letter of interest.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Official Title: Indust Safety/Hlth Inspctr I
Primary Location: United States-Massachusetts-Taunton-72 School Street
Job: Compliance and Certification
Job Posting: Jul 21, 2021, 2:50:58 PM
Number of Openings: 2
Salary: 58,445.66 - 85,624.76 Yearly
If you have Diversity, Affirmative Action or Equal Employment Opportunity questions or need a Reasonable Accommodation, please contact Diversity Officer / ADA Coordinator: Dennis Johnson - 6176265111
Bargaining Unit: 09-MOSES - Engineers/Scientists