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Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
Negotiable 
Location:
Natchitoches, Louisiana
Country:
United States
Job Categories:
Safety Corporate Director/Manager
Industry Segments:
Construction /Architecture, Environmental Services, Machinery & Equipment
Experience level:
6-10 years
Education level:
Certification

Corporate Safety Manager

 

SFC Contract Services, Inc. Corporate Safety Manager

SFC Contract Services, Inc. in Natchitoches, Louisiana is seeking a Corporate Safety Manager to lead the Safety efforts of our business.

The Corporate Safety Manager is responsible for providing the vision and guidance to drive the safety processes of SFC Contract Services, Inc.

The Corporate Safety Manager position will be responsible to assist ownership / area management and site management with the analytical process of job scopes, work tasks, work conditions, equipment operations, environmental conditions and other specific information to prepare policies, procedures and work processes to comply with federal, state and host facility safety compliance regulations.

The Corporate Safety Manager will be responsible for the development / coordination of furthering educating within our ownership group, area management, front line supervision, safety leaders and field employees through accredited certification – qualifications that they may possess and with the assistance of company and other third-party resources necessary to maintain the furthering education, coaching and mentoring of our personnel on a yearly basis.

The Corporate Safety Manager will be involved with the individual site development of managers, front line supervision and safety leaders in all facets of safety including training – coaching and mentoring of how to properly conduct hazard assessments that allow best practices to be incorporated around engineering practices, procedures or protective equipment required for individual work tasks.

The Corporate Safety Manager will interact with all levels of area management, site superintendents, field supervisors and safety leadership personnel to assist with development, and completion of a behavior based safety observations process that is focused but not limited around hazard assessments / risk mitigation of job tasks.

  • Assist Area Management with researching and determining cost effective purchases for safety products, supplies and equipment to be utilized to effectively train personnel
  • Assist Front Line Supervision / Safety Leads in developing - maintaining databases and training matrixes around currently developed job hazard analysis, standard operating procedures to document training compliance, IS Networld
  • Develop Safety Leaders at site locations with a “Diverse Skill Set”  that includes management skills directed for such purposes as developing, planning, organizing and scheduling training sessions such as but not limited to:  Orientation / Safety Training / Site Specific Training
  • Conduct Audits at site locations with Area Managers / Site Supervision / Site Safety Leadership to maintain compliance within OSHA, Host Facility, Company and Site-Specific requirements as necessary.

 

The Corporate Safety Manager will be based at the Corporate location and will require travel to facility sites and project locations across the Southeast United States.

The position requires advanced knowledge with software programs and generated computer programs such as, but not limited to Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook); to effectively develop and train others in creation of job hazard analysis, standard operating procedures, training matrix and maintain databases to document company information, compliance training information and for record keeping purposes.

The position will coach and mentor area managers, site supervision and safety leadership with all aspects in analysis of job scopes, work tasks, work conditions, safe equipment operations, best management practices around environmental conditions and other specific information to prepare policies, procedures and work processes to comply with federal, state and host facility safety compliance regulations.

Additional field duties will include mentoring and coaching site superintendents, field supervisors and safety leadership in the qualities of site auditing, inspections, accident / incident investigations, hazard recognition / risk management and behavior-based safety that allows personnel to formulate safe practices, procedures and methodology to safely diminish these risks and/or hazards on a daily basis.

The Corporate Safety Manager will have direct reporting responsibilities to the SFC President/CEO.

Core Competencies Required – Expected for the Corporate Safety Manager

  • FIRST AID / CPR / AED                                                                                     
  • OSHA 10 / 30 HOUR CONSTRUCTION COURSES                                         
  • MOBILE / OVER-HEAD CRANE QUALIFICATION
  • FORKLIFT TRAINING
  • AERIAL LIFT TRAINING
  • HEAVY EQUIPMENT TRAINING
  • DOT TRAINING FOR SUPERVISORS / DRIVERS
  • SCBA TRAINING:  Donning / Doffing / Inspection / Care / Fit Testing
  • H2S SAFETY TRAINING
  • ENVIRONMENTAL TRIANING -  SWPP / SPCC / ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
  • RESPIRATORY PROGRAM TRAINING
  • EXCAVATION TRAINING
  • CONFINED SPACE TRAINING
  • LOCKOUT TAGOUT TRAINING
  • FALL PROTECTION TRAINING
  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING
  • BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN TRAINING
  • FIRE PROTECTION / PREVENTION
  • PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT TRAINING
  • HEARING CONSERVATION TRAINING
  • HEAT STRESS TRAINING
  • LADDER SAFETY TRAINING

 

Responsibilities

  • Communicate and reinforce the Company vision, values and goals
  • Instill a safety culture with active personnel involvement, strong leadership, and teamwork
  • Develop, implement, perform, and/or arrange all training programs in support of health and safety needs
  • Share Safety Best Practices between locations
  • Maintain positive relationships with regulatory, subcontractor, and other peer safety professionals
  • Ensure that root cause analysis of near miss incidents or accidents are understood and proactively drive corrective actions quickly, and sharing with the rest of the company
  • Responsible for manhour reporting across all projects.
  • Acknowledges and celebrates safety milestones

 

Requirements

  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • 6 – 8 years proven experience as a senior Safety Manager
  • Experience establishing and implementing training programs in accordance with OSHA standards
  • Extensive experience with legal health and safety guidelines and interpretation of OSHA regulations
  • Vast knowledge of data analysis, risk assessment and reporting
  • Exceptional interpersonal and team building skills
  • Valid qualifications in occupational health and safety
  • Certified Safety Professional preferred
  • BS/BA in Safety Management or relevant field is preferred
  • Establishes budget for Safety Department
  • OSHA 501 and 511 preferred
  • Responsible for determining the application of and compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.
  • Investigate all incidents and determine corrective action

 

References
Please provide three professional references for the previous five years of employment.

Supplemental Information
Starting Wage commensurate with experience.  – Includes Benefit Package Retirement – 401K, Paid Time Off, Holidays, Profit Sharing, Automobile for company travel only, and Medical Insurance.

The successful candidate will be required to undergo a criminal background check, drug test and physical examination.

SFC Contract Services reserves the right to modify this job description based on business needs.

SFC Contract Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer, building a strong dedicated diverse workforce.