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Multiple Locations , All
United States
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Construction Safety
Safety Engineer/Specialist: Single site
Safety Manager/Coordinator: Single site
Industry Segments:
Construction /Architecture
Experience level:
1-2 years
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Project Safety Coordinator

Designing Careers, Building Futures. 
We believe in giving our employees every opportunity to succeed. Our wide range of training and development opportunities provides recent graduates with the scope, challenge, and diverse experience necessary to build a foundation for professional achievement. If you’re a lifelong learner seeking more than just a job, come build your career at Haskell. 

Haskell is in the business of building meaningful partnerships, both with our clients and our employees. As a global leader in integrated project delivery, our longstanding expertise and innovation in diverse markets has led to the successful completion of thousands of projects worldwide. Our commitment to excellence attracts an energetic, innovative team of professionals who share a passion for smart solutions and an extraordinary ability to meet the challenges of a competitive and dynamic industry.

Construction Project Safety Coordinator
Manages project specific safety and health issues to ensure protection of Haskell employees, contract partner employees, client personnel, and the general public. Evaluates and coordinates project activities to comply with rules, regulations, and policies applicable to project safety.

Responsibilities/ Duties:
1. Participates in safety pre-planning and hazard analysis for project with the project superintendent.
2. Initiates and monitors project drug screening procedures.
3. Conducts safety orientation and training process for all employees and contracts partners upon of arrival on site.
4. Conducts all necessary safety training for an assigned project.
5. Participates in the enforcement of The Haskell Company Code of Safe Practice throughout the project.
6. Supports project superintendent in safety efforts. Provides inspection and correction audits to the superintendent on daily basis for his action with employees and contract partners. Maintains follow-up procedures for ensuring all items identified are corrected in a timely fashion.
7. Should hazards classified as imminent danger be identified, stop operations and protect others from the hazard. Contacts project superintendent for immediate correction. Verifies training of those involved in the generation of the hazard.
8. Communicates with the assigned Regional Safety Supervisor (RSS) on all project safety issues. Performs monthly Safety Evaluation Report (SER) with the assistance of the RSS.
9. Participates in pre-construction and subcontractor meetings to discuss/review safety related issues prior to commencement of their work and be aware of project particulars.
10. Conducts weekly safety meetings with all project employees.
11. Enforces safety rules per established disciplinary action guidelines.
12. Maintains required employee training records and all project safety documentation.
13. Administers all record keeping and reporting guidelines as required by regulatory agencies and company policies.
14. Conducts accident investigations and assist project superintendent in the prompt reporting of incident/accident.
15. Inspects and maintains safety equipment.
16. Issues confined space and "hot work" permits as required.
17. Accompanies any (authorized outside entities) personnel on safety inspections.
18. Performs additional assignments per supervisor direction.


  • Minimum of two years of experience in the construction industry. 


Specific Knowledge, Skills, License, Certifications Etc..: 

1. Complete OSHA Course #500 a definite plus.
2. Employee should be able to have a thorough understanding of and the ability to enforce all federal, state, local, and company regulations.
3. The ability to recognize hazardous situations and implement corrective measures.
4. Good interpersonal and communication skills required.
5. Ability to understand and execute the company vision and values of Team, Excellence, Service and Trust