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Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
Black Hawk, Colorado
United States
Job Categories:
EH&S Contract/Temporary job
EH&S Engineer/Specialist: Single site
Safety Contract/Temporary job
Construction Safety Professional
Safety Engineer/Specialist: Single site
Safety Manager/Coordinator: Single site
Safety Consultant
Industry Segments:
Construction /Architecture, Consulting
Experience level:
6-10 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree

Construction Safety Specialist

ESIS®, Inc. (ESIS) provides sophisticated health, and safety, and environmental (HSE) and risk management services. Founded in 1953, ESIS is one of the industry’s oldest and largest risk management and health, safety and environmental services companies.  ESIS is part of Chubb, the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty group, with operations in 54 countries and exceptional financial strength. Please feel free to visit our website at www.esis.com.

Provide superior construction safety services, adhering to ESIS Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) standard operating protocols and client specific scope of service.  This opportunity consists of onsite support at a client construction site five days a week, M-F, for a minimum of twenty-four months in Black Hawk, Colorado.

We are seeking a construction safety professional in Black Hawk, Colorado with a minimum of five years' of experience in construction.  

Applicants must have experience conducting the following (and an ability to demonstrate such experience):   

  • Maintaining a daily log of all activities and communicate daily with the General Contractors on site safety director.
  • Attending pre-bid and contract award meetings to describe the project enrollment and safety requirements.
  • Providing all contractors who are awarded work with a contractor enrollment manual.
  • Reviewing the contractor enrollment manual and assist contractors on enrollment questions.
  • Developing, implementing and assisting the General Contractor/Subcontractors in the required site specific safety orientation and oversee the contractors enrollment into the program and administration of the mandatory hard hat sticker program.
  • Submitting progress reports on the status of loss control efforts, claims, and accident trends to the General Contractor, Client and the Insurance Co.
  • Coordinating/monitoring loss control activities conducted by on-site contractor/subcontractor’s safety supervisors and the Insurance Company Loss Control representative(s).
  • Directing the pre-job set-up including Job Hazard Analysis (JHA).
  • Educating the contractors and assist with the administration of the plan as required.
  • Electronically reporting all claims directly to the insurance company.
  • Coordinating and monitor the drug testing program for the contractors as required.
  • Coordinating the medical treatment and drug testing facilities that will be available for all contractors.
  • Conducting and/or coordinating accident investigations, accident reporting requirements, and administration of the claims management program including light duty/early return to work. This will include obtaining witness statements, photos and any physical evidence that may be used for subrogation purposes. 
  • Reviewing site safety inspections completed by on-site Contractor Safety Coordinators, Carrier Loss Control, Independent Risk Control Consultants and or Field Supervisor.
  • Developing and reviewing the Emergency Action Plan for the project.
  • Submitting to the General Contractor’s Superintendent frequent progress reports on the status of loss control efforts, claims and accident trends.
  • Acting in an advisory capacity on all matters pertaining to the administration, safety and loss control at the project.
  • Conducting job site safety inspections. The inspections will be fully documented with a written report and follow up to assure abatement.
  • Conducting safety training for contractor/subcontractor employees and supervisors as needed.  This does not include contractors required tool box meetings.
  • Conducting and or monitoring weekly “safety tool box” meetings.
  • Arranging safety publicity and coordinate the safety incentive, Motivation and recognition programs where applicable.
  • Frequently attending weekly subcontractors meetings to keep everyone informed of safety success stories, problems, accident trends, claims issues, etc.
  • Monitoring contractor/subcontractor compliance with all federal, state and local laws related to construction;
  • Assisting in subcontractor selection when applicable.
  • Attending weekly schedule meetings to present safety status (progress) and issues.
  • Notifying the General Contractor about incidents/injuries especially those involving falls, scaffolds, trenches, and cranes.  All general public liability cases should be reported to the Program Director.
  • Assisting with and monitoring the contractors/subcontractors as to compliance with the requirements set forth in the General Contractors Safety Program.
  • Investigating the status of a claim upon the request of an employee.
  • Providing information to claimants, third party administrators, employers, and other persons in protecting their rights under the workers' compensation laws and rules.
  • Communicating with and providing information to employees who are injured in the course of, and arising out of, employment on the construction project.

National BCSD CHST Certification is preferred.

Minimum of five years of work experience in construction safety.  


  • Physically capable of traversing a construction jobsite consisting of demolition, steel erection and concrete construction activities.
  • Ability to lift and move barricades, delineators, cones, caution tape, and manual material handling.
  • Must be able to perform strenuous physical activities including, but not limited to climbing of stairs,  carrying equipment weighing up to 40 lbs, working outdoors, etc.
  • Must possess valid driver’s license and personal vehicle.
  • Must be willing to work at a construction site and wear required personal protective equipment.