Site Safety Coordinator
Oakley, CA 94561
The Jobsite Safety Coordinator in association with our Safety Director will ensure the company’ s compliance with federal, state, and construction safety and health standards, as well as perform on-site safety and health inspections, evaluate risk assessments, investigate accidents, review written safety program submittals, and conduct training and orientations.
Safety Coordinator Duties & Responsibilities
- Performs weekly Safety Management Audits to identify hazards and program deficiencies, and assist with correction for each active project.
- Assists the project team with initial safety start-up, including review and input to project specific safety issues, i.e. hazardous materials, signage, safety supplies, etc.
- Participates in the planning and execution of daily jobsite inspection program as needed.
- Participates in the planning and execution of weekly ‘ All-hands’ safety meetings as needed.
- Participates in the planning and execution of Pre-Task Planning meetings as needed.
- Periodically attends project weekly staff and subcontractor foreman meetings.
- Conducts safety-related training and orientations as prescribed and as necessary to Truebeck field personnel.
- Assists the Safety Director with development and implementation of new or revised safety related standards and/or policies/procedures.
- Maintains a working knowledge of regulatory standards as they apply to worker health and safety in the construction industry.
- Maintains computer skills consistent with the functions of the position.
- Responds to and investigates jobsite accidents and injuries. Assists project teams with documentation and follow-up reporting.
- Responds to regulatory site visits
- Must have a degree in safety management, engineering or construction management, industrial hygiene and 2-4 years of progressive construction safety experience.
- Must be able to demonstrate problem solving and teamwork skills.
- Have ability to communicate in a clear, concise manner.
- Demonstrate a knowledge-base of OSHA, DOSH and NFPA standards.
- Show a proven track record of maintaining a comprehensive construction safety and health program with a proactive approach to safety management and accident prevention/reduction.
- Documented experience in conducting accident investigations/reporting and resolution coordination, performing job hazard and safety analysis, hazard communications and ensuring appropriate selection of abatement control measures.
- Knowledgeable of fall protection, hazardous energy controls, electrical safety, permit-required confined spaces, trenching, cranes and rigging, scaffolding, demolition safety processes.
- Ability to work different shifts in a variety of weather conditions.
- Must have good organizational, leadership and communication skills, be self-motivated and committed to the importance of a safety program.
- Must have the computer skills needed to maintain OSHA 300 logs, graph incident rates, and prepare PowerPoint training and safety meetings.