Permanent position: Energy and Construction Services firm is looking for a Regional Safety Manager in Shalimar, FL. Candidate will be responsible for assisting in implementing and monitoring the Safety and Environmental/Health (SEH) programs and all underlying procedures and processes within the Southeast Region. Only looking for local or regional candidates. Apply Now! Responsibilities for the Safety Manager
Requirements for the Safety Manager
- Serve as the company's SEH representative for the Southeast Region
- Provide technical expertise in the SEH area as well as industry standards and accepted practices
- Review proposed construction projects' Scopes of Work, to identify potential hazards and establish appropriate control measures. Focus will be on accident prevention through Pre-Planning.
- Assist Project Managers in developing project/site specific safety plans
- Conduct project/site inspections, identifying hazardous conditions and overseeing their correction
- Document these findings for formal reporting to the Regional General Manager and Safety Manager
- Develop compliance strategies related to SEH regulatory requirements
- Provide stewardship for the Southeast Regional SEH related systems, projects, equipment. This includes managing the safety training records, identifying/purchasing required PPE and managing/tracking all associated resources
- Shall oversee all Southeast Regional accident investigations, develop causal findings and deliver recommendations of corrective actions
- Bachelor's Degree, preferably in a Safety & Health related discipline
- 10 years' experience in the construction Safety and Health field. This should be preferably on Federal, construction projects or, 5 years safety management experience under the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer's Safety Program
- CSP or CIH Certification in safety or health is desired
- Instructor level credentials to teach OSHA OTI 500 and American Red Cross' First Aid/CPR/AED courses desired.
- 30 Hour OSHA Construction Safety Course completed
- Working knowledge of government, industry and other regulations (i.e. Army Corps of Engineers EM-385 and the 1910 and 1926 OSHA regulations)
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