Site Safety Representative - Northern California
Sukut Construction is one of America's leading heavy civil engineering contractors with more than 45 years of proven industry expertise. In California, we are recognized as the largest mass excavator and grading contractor, having moved a billion cubic yards of earth using our own fleet of more than 225 pieces of earthmoving equipment. Now is your opportunity to join our highly successful team as a Site Safety Representative for the Calaveras Dam Reconstruction Project (CDRP) a very large multi-year joint venture project located in Northern California
The CDRP project includes mass excavation, large concrete spillway/structures, tower and building construction, large diameter outlet works, new dam embankment, electrical infrastructure and roadway re-construction over the course of the next 4 to 5 years. The project is being managed by a world class Joint Venture including Sukut Construction, Flatiron West and Dragons USA.
As the Site Safety Representative your will have the responsibility of monitoring site work to assure compliance with the Site-Specific Contractor Health & Safety Plan and required training.
• 5+ years of Construction Project Safety Management Experience on projects of similar size and scope
• OSHA 500 (30-Hour Construction Training or CSP with experience in construction related projects
• Knowledge of construction safety including current Federal and CALOSHA requirements
• Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
• Ability to work independently, as well as within a team
• Strong work ethic
Sukut is an employee-owned company with an exceptional benefits and profit sharing potential. Interested parties may use this link to apply http://www.jsco.re/27on
Construction Safety Technician – Bay Area
• Interpret and apply CCR Title 8 Construction Safety Orders (CSO) and Mining and Tunnel Safety Orders (TSO).
• Conducts daily inspections of the site(s) to ensure work is being performed safely.
• Review job hazards analyses to identify hazards and potential risks.
• Makes recommendations on safety improvements.
• Enforce incident prevention plans and activity hazard analysis, and ensure subcontractor compliance with all safety and health requirements.
• Conducts incident investigations for near misses, first aid, and other incidents.
• Provide safety indoctrination to all construction site visitors and new employees.
REQUIRED SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS
• A minimum of 5 years safety experience on commercial construction projects (prefer heavy civil projects).
• First-aid/CPR Certified
• OSHA 30 Hour Certificate required or ability to acquire within thirty days of hire.
• Ability to follow directions and to report unsafe conditions in a timely manner.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
• Demonstrated knowledge of CalOSHA title 8 as applied to the construction industry.
• Ability to understand, interpret and apply regulatory requirements applicable to the project scope of work.
• Ability to work with all levels of staff including the general public.
Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) certification a plus
Salary range ($65,000 to $85,000)
For consideration, please remit resume to: email@example.com
There is a great career opportunity with the City & County of San Francisco – Department of Public Health is now hiring a Safety Officer.
Salary is $107, 042.00 - $130, 130.00/year. This is a full time permanent position. The filing deadline is August 21, 2105 – 5:00pm. Job location is at the San Francisco General Hospital.
Job Description: responsible for developing, implementing, monitoring and improving a comprehensive Environment of Care (EOC) Safety Program for SFGH, with primary emphasis on reducing hazards and promoting/providing a safe environment. Essential function include:
Develops, implements, monitors and improves a comprehensive Environment of Care (EOC) Safety Management Program; Monitors and ensures compliance with regulatory standards to include: CMS Conditions of Participation, The Joint Commission standards, CalOSHA and other standards;
Investigates or reviews investigation of safety related incidents to determine root causes and develop and implement recommendations for prevention and mitigation on an on-going basis;
Develops and provides training and safety communication to hospital staff;
Prepares reports and oversees health and safety records;
Maintains current information in the field of occupational safety and stays informed on State, Federal and local legislation related to occupational safety;
Develops, maintains, reviews, and revises occupational safety policies and procedures;
Reviews safety data and other information to identify areas of risk and make recommendations for improvement;
Serves on hospital-wide and community based committees including: Environment of Care, Employee Health and Safety, Safe Patient Handling, Product Evaluation, Violence Prevention, Disaster and others as assigned;
Conducts safety related inspections and participates in licensing and accreditation surveys;
Conducts and reviews ergonomic evaluations in office and other environments and conducts ergonomic training;
Develops and implements effective ergonomic programs;
Provides technical advice on safety issues to departmental managers, nursing and hospital leadership;
Evaluates work operations and selects appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and other equipment; and
May oversee or supervise work of other occupational safety and health or administrative staff.
The Safety Officer also performs related duties as required. The Safety Officer may be required to attend meetings or participate in work-related activities outside of normal working hours (evenings and weekends) in various community locations.
Possession of a Master’s Degree in Safety, Occupational Safety and Health, Safety Management or equivalent degree in a closely related field from an accredited college or university; AND
Four (4) years of professional industrial or Occupational safety experience, which must include work safety assessments, engineering design review, accident investigation, safety program development and safety management; AND
Certification as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals; AND
Possession of current valid California Driver License; AND
The ability to wear personal protective equipment, such as respirator and the ability to climb ladders, bend, squat and crawl in tight spaces to safely access work sites. Note: A medical examination and the probationary period will be used to evaluate this qualification.
A. Combination of a baccalaureate degree in one of the disciplines specialized in MQ #1 and six (6) years of experience as described in MQ #2 may substitute for qualifications #1 and #2.
B. Combination of baccalaureate or graduate degree in Engineering, Physical or Natural Sciences from an accredited college or university and seven (7) years’ experience as described in MQ #2 may substitute for qualifications #1 and #2.
C. Combination of any baccalaureate or graduate from an accredited college or university and eight (8) years’ experience as described in MQ #2 may substitute for qualifications #1 and #2.
D. Registration as a Professional Engineer in Safety by the State of California Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors may be substituted for
E. A graduate degree as described in MQ #1 and six (6) years’ experience as described in MQ #2, without a CSP, is qualifying.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications are only accepted through an online process. Visit http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PBT&R2=5177&R3=901156
Applicants will receive a confirmation email that their online application has been received.
Safety Officer – Dublin San Ramon Services District
The Dublin San Ramon Services District, a Special District in the San Francisco Bay Area, is in search of a Safety Officer. Full salary range is from $105,372 to $128,076 per year with a generous benefit and paid time off package.
The DSRSD Safety Officer is the top safety professional in the organization and works collaboratively with stakeholders to drive continuous improvement of the District’s safety culture and programs. The Safety Officer serves as an expert advisor to staff and management, providing technical expertise, training, and recommendations on day-to-day operations of programs designed to reduce risk, ensure workplace safety, and maintain facility security. The primary work location for this position is the Wastewater Treatment Plant in Pleasanton, CA.
The District’s new Safety Officer will be an exceptional safety professional looking to apply her/his experience in developing and administering programs designed to protect employee and public health, including emergency response and preparedness. This person will be excited by the opportunity to become a key part of a stable, mission-driven organization. The selected candidate will have recent experience working at an industrial facility related to water/wastewater/recycled water, power, or a similar industry, and will have some construction/contractor safety experience. Recent experience developing and delivering safety training and/or presentations to all organizational levels is essential.
A Bachelor’s degree, with preference for majors in industrial engineering, safety engineering, occupational health, or related fields.
Four (4) years of qualifying experience in the areas of workplace safety, Workers’ Compensation program administration, and employee training, includ¬ing at least two (2) years involving administration of a safety/accident prevention program.
A valid driver’s license.
The ability to gain certification as a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiac Care Provider and certification in First Aid within one (1) year of employment.
Willingness/ability to wear respiratory protection or other safety equip¬ment.
To apply for this fantastic opportunity, please complete a District Employment Application and Supplemental Questionnaire by Friday, July 24th, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. Resume and Cover Letter may be attached, but will not be accepted in lieu of the District Application and Supplemental Questionnaire. For more information and to apply online, visit www.dsrsd.com and click on Job Openings, Safety Officer, and Apply. Paper applications are available upon request at: Attn: Human Resources Division, 7051 Dublin Boulevard, Dublin, CA 94568. Inquiries regarding this position and recruitment may be made to Ricki Akiwenzie at Koff & Associates via email at infokoff@Koffassociates.com.
Safety Analyst II
$6,082 - $7,393/Month
The County of Sonoma is seeking a solution-oriented occupational health and safety professional to fill one fulltime position as Safety Analyst II to coordinate Countywide safety initiatives and support departments' staff in developing operation-specific safety programs as a member of the centralized Human Resources' Safety Unit.
The Safety Analyst II works under the direction of the County’s Risk Control Manager to provide technical support, consultation, and training to all levels of county staff in 26 different departments, agencies, and special districts.
Education & Experience: Academic coursework in public administration, business administration, accounting, law, economics, safety, industrial engineering, risk management, and/or other related courses. Two years of professional level experience working with occupational safety and health programs, workers' compensation, disability management, employee benefit and insurance, liability, casualty insurance, or loss control programs, preferably with a public agency and/or in a risk management program.
For complete position details and to apply online, visit us at www.yourpath2sonomacounty.org, or phone Human Resources at (707) 565-2331, by July 20, 2015. EOE
Risk Control Advisor – Safety and Loss Control
Cavignac & Associates, a local San Diego based risk management and insurance brokerage has an opening for a Risk Management Advisor – Safety and Loss Control. This person will have overall responsibility for coordinating and delivering loss control and safety management services to clients of the agency.
Providing consultative services to the agency’s clients in the area of safety and loss control to help lower the frequency and severity of their losses including but not limited to:
Review and evaluation of safety programs
Assist with the development and facilitation of regular safety meetings/trainings
Provide loss control recommendations and risk management strategies
Conduct site inspections and risk assessments
Conduct safety audits and provide reports of findings and recommendations
Develop and deliver customized client/ employee trainings
Introduce, train and promote supplemental safety related web-based resources
Work with internal Claims and HR professionals to develop comprehensive risk control programs for clients
Interact and communicate effectively at all levels of a client’s organization
The successful candidate will have:
ARM, CHST, ASP/CSP or other industry recognized designation or certification, or be working toward those designations
Safety experience in construction, manufacturing, hospitality, and real estate.
5-10 years experience in claims and loss control related positions
Current knowledge of local, state and federal laws and regulations
The successful candidate will be a team player who is passionate about promoting safety, and working with other Risk Control team members to manage claims. Must be able to relocate quickly. EOE. Downtown San Diego. Send resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Title: Safety Communications Manager
Department: Production Affairs & Safety
The primary role of the Safety Communications Manager is to identify and evaluate a wide range of safety and regulatory issues and assess the impact to the industry that this organization supports and services. This position will also liaise with the full spectrum of health and safety professionals at various companies and ensure a consistent message is being communicated on behalf of the industry. This position requires analytical thinking in a fast paced environment and the ability to meet deadlines. This position may also require some overnight travel.
The Safety Communications Manager’s responsibilities will include attending regularly-scheduled and ad-hoc meeting on behalf of the Vice President of Production Affairs & Safety. The Manager will provide regular updates based on research of industry-and-agency-specific issues, be available as a resource, and make recommendations on initiatives based on comprehensive analysis. The position includes reviewing industry literature and identifying issues and trends that will affect companies. Represent and provide communications for the Production Affairs & Safety Bulletin Subcommittees. Interact with the parallel departments within the organization and external organizations communicating consistent messages. Develop, implement and actively engage in safety research communications. Collaborate with multiple safety representatives within the industry to reach consensuses. The manager will also assist in the development of safety training initiatives and compliance strategies, as well as help to plan, manage, and coordinate the day-to-day needs of Production Affairs & Safety on behalf of the industry.
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in related field
• Established record of organizational communications, such as presentations, public speaking and publications
• Three or more years of environmental, health, and/or safety experience is strongly preferred
• Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification or other specialty certification in a related field is a major asset
• Experience with local, state, and federal regulatory and governmental agencies is preferred
This position is located in Burbank, California.
CSATF/CSATTF offers a comprehensive benefits package
Please send resumes to email@example.com
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