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Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation AuthorityMetro logo
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Salary Range: $73,611 - $91,998 - $110,386
To Apply Visit: www.metro.net 
Basic Function:
Performs a variety of complex senior-level development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and investigation or audit work in the areas of construction safety to ensure contract compliant working conditions; verify compliance with contractual and applicable federal, state, and local safety requirements; and to prevent occupational injuries, hazards, and/or financial losses to Metro.
Requirements For Employment:

  • Bachelor's degree - Occupational Health and Safety, Safety Engineering, Construction Management, or other related technical or scientific field
  • 5 years' experience in heavy civil construction with at least two of those years involving specific responsibilities for construction site safety
  • Construction Health and Safety Technician designation must be submitted prior to offer of employment
  • Experience as outlined above may be substituted for education on a year for year basis
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Associate Safety Professional (ASP) desirable
  • Valid California Class C driver license 

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation AuthorityMetro logo
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Salary Range: $73,611 - $91,998 - $110,386
To Apply Visit: www.metro.net

Basic Function:
Performs a variety of complex development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and investigation or audit work in the areas of operations, industrial safety to ensure safe bus operations and working conditions, emergency preparedness, compliance with applicable federal, state, and local safety regulations, and reduction or elimination of occupational accidents, injuries, and/or financial losses to Metro.
Requirements For Employment:

  • Bachelor's degree - Occupational Health and Safety, Safety Engineering, or other related field
  • 5 years' experience in industrial safety, fire/life safety, system safety
  • Experience as outlined above may be substituted for education on a year for year basis
  • Certifications as Safety Professional, or Associate Safety Professional desirable
  • Valid California Class C driver license

Job Title: Safety Communications ManagerCSATF
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 resume@csatf.org

EH&S Manager (Material Sciences Division) - 80964
Organization:  MS-Materials Sciences

Position Summary:
The Materials Sciences Division (MSD) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) invites applicants for the role of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Manager. The incumbent will manage all aspects of EHS activities in a research division of 900 staff and affiliates with a $70M annual budget, located in multiple buildings on the LBNL site as well as the University of California (UC) Berkeley campus.  MSD research activities span a wide range of Materials Science programs, including physics, chemistry, biology,  materials science and engineering. This involves multiple-investigator programs, individual investigator projects, local centers (e.g., The Center for X-ray Optics), large integrated national user facilities (the Molecular Foundry/National Center for Electron Microscopy). Researchers include UC Berkeley faculty members, LBNL staff scientists and technical staff, postdoctoral scientists, graduate and undergraduate students, facility users and affiliates from around the world. Our goal is to continue our internationally recognized excellence in research, performed in a safe manner that maintains the health of our staff and the environment.  The role of the ESH manager is to assist our scientists in achieving this.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for developing and implementing policy and procedures, providing technical guidance, designing and providing appropriate training, incident investigation and compliance review and reporting on covering all aspects of MSD’s EHS programs.  These are done in collaboration with staff in the LBNL-wide EHS Division, the EHS Department on the UC Berkeley campus, the Department of Energy, and MSD scientists, technicians and administrators. 
  • The MSD EHS Manager reports to the Division Deputy Director collaborating closely with the Business Operations manager and the Division Facilities Manager.
  • Oversight and management of the EHS Program in MSD:
    • Utilize existing LBNL and MSD processes and tools to ensure that potentially hazardous work is identified, evaluated, and appropriate safety controls are implemented.
    • Develop and implement/update the annual self-assessment program. Conduct laboratory inspections, accident/injury investigations, and near-miss evaluations, guide/perform small spill cleanup.  Engage with the institution in the review of new policies and procedures. Track corrective actions until complete.
    • Chair MSD Safety Committees. Serve as Division point of contact with EHS, Security, Fire Department, etc.  Manage MSD Emergency Teams, ensuring that the teams are appropriately staffed and trained.
    • Develop and conduct MSD-specific safety related training as needed.
    • Work with the MSD Committees to develop annual plans to evaluate the EH&S performance and to identify areas for continuous improvement. Manage the implementation and reporting of these programs.

Required Qualifications:

  • Degree in Environmental, Safety, Engineering, scientific or related fields
  • Ph.D./M.S. and ten years or BA and 15 years of directly relevant experience in a safety specialist position or overall equivalent.
  • Experience supporting scientific research in a research or technical environment.
  • Advanced knowledge and experience managing in a wide range of EHS technical disciplines (radiation safety, user safety with chemical, biological, cryogenics, seismic, nanotechnology, etc.); knowledge of related federal, state, and local regulations and DOE requirements. (e.g. Federal OSHA, EPA, State of California, 10 CFR DOE regulations, NFPA 70E, NFPA 45)
  • Ability to represent the division in all internal as well as external audit and inspection teams (e.g., DOE, EPA, State of California).
  • Demonstrated record of successful leadership, development and management of activities and small a workforce.
  • Ability to develop and present high-level briefings and reports; proficient technical/business writing and computer skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to cultivate and maintain positive working relationships with diverse staff, visitors/affiliates, Berkeley Lab liaisons and colleagues to support MSD EHS initiatives.
  • Effective communication skills, including ability to adapt message to different audiences and being articulate and persuasive in positive and negative circumstances.

Additional desired qualifications:
• Certification: Registered Professional Engineer, Certified Industrial Hygienist, Certified Health Physicist or Certified Safety Professional
• Demonstrated experience working as a safety professional in the LBNL safety culture.
• Knowledge of LBNL, university, state and Federal policies and guidelines including EPA and relevant building codes.
• Excellent project management skills.

The posting shall remain open until the position is filled, however for full consideration, please apply by June 10, 2015.

Notes:   This is a career appointment.  This position requires completion of a background check.

How To Apply
Apply directly online at and follow the on-line instructions to complete the application process.

The Materials Sciences Division (MSD) is located at the Lawrence Berkeley Labs in Berkeley, California. Learn more at http://www2.lbl.gov/msd/ 

Berkeley Lab addresses the world’s most urgent scientific challenges by advancing sustainable energy, protecting human health, creating new materials, and revealing the origin and fate of the universe. Founded in 1931, Berkeley Lab’s scientific expertise has been recognized with 13 Nobel prizes. The University of California manages Berkeley Lab for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science.

Equal Employment Opportunity: Berkeley Lab is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or protected veteran status. Click here (http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf) to view the poster: "Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law".

Claims Analyst  and Sr. Loss Control Consultant in  Oakland Keenan
Keenan & Associates is a successful insurance brokerage and consulting firm meeting the insurance needs of hospitals, public entities and California school districts. Keenan specializes in providing consulting services in the areas of employee benefits, workers' compensation, loss control, financial, and property & liability.
We currently have  opportunities in our Oakland office for a Claims Analyst and a Sr. Loss Control Consultant to support our clients in Alameda County.
The Claims Analyst's overall responsibility is developing and delivering high quality, consistent and internally collaborative customer service to property & casualty clients.  Assisting clients to develop, implement, monitor and measure Return-to-Work program effectiveness. Assisting clients in understanding how FEHA and the Interactive Process impacts workers’ compensation claims, industrial injuries and disabilities. Leads the development and delivery of a service plan customized to meet the individual fiscal needs of each client. Primary focus is customer retention, RTW/FEHA/Interactive Process compliance, strategic planning and the development and delivery of client analytics, benchmarks and best practices .
The Claims Analyst position requires a minimum of 5 years of workers compensation claims examiner experience or equivalent, strong knowledge of P&C and Workers Compensation laws, Fire and Casualty license or ability to obtain it in first year of employment. Must have practical experience establishing and implementing RTW Programs and FEHA/Interactive Process.  Must have the ability to build relationships  with clients and prospective clients.  Requires reliable transportation to conduct extensive field visitations with clients. Self-Insurance Certificate is highly desirable as is  strong knowledge of the Education Code as it pertains to industrial accident leaves.
The Sr. Loss Control Consultant’s overall responsibility is to provide loss control services and inspections to assigned school and/or college districts Will analyze loss trends, review compliance, assess hazards, establish written programs, and provide high-quality safety training.Responsible for performing on-site inspections (both Workers’ Compensation and Property/Liability) of client facilities to identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and make recommendations for corrective measures. • Reviewing the existence of required safety programs to assess their compliance and functional effectiveness. Assisting Clients with the development of the written programs identified as deficient and JPAs with finding global solutions to the deficiencies. • Completing an analysis of District’s losses and presenting an action plan focused on negative loss trends. . •80% fieldwork with extensive driving and walking.

The Sr. Loss Control Consultant position requires at least 3-8 years experience as a consultant or senior consultant providing Safety, Loss Control or Risk Management services- preferably to a multi-location client, familiarity with public entities preferred . Experience with an insurance carrier or brokerage and 4 Year degree preferred. .Requires someone highly organized; self motivated, capable of managing multiple tasks. The ability to develop relationships with a diverse group is invaluable. Professionalism, customer-service, writing and presentation skills are all essential qualities we seek in this role.

Keenan provides a competitive compensation package including employee stock ownership. We encourage teamwork and employee initiative - people working together is what makes Keenan a success. We invite you to share in the commitment of preserving our warm tradition, reputation and dedication to our clients. After all…What you do makes a difference!

Please submit your resume and salary history to Human Capital, Beth Cross, at bcross@keenan.com . For more information, visit our website at www.keenan.com
Keenan is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and supports Workplace Diversity.

Environmental, Health and Safety Technician - Mojave, CAScaled

Scaled Composites, LLC is an aerospace and specialty composites development company in Mojave, California with broad experience in air vehicle design, tooling and manufacturing, fabrication and flight test of air and space vehicles.

We are seeking an Environmental, Health and Safety Technician with two + years experience working in an Environmental, Health or Safety capacity, with strong knowledge  of OSHA and Environmental regulations.  Respiratory Protection Program knowledge, Hearing Conservation Program knowledge and Air Contaminant Sampling  knowledge preferred.  Familiarity with Cal-OSHA regulations is a plus, as is a familiarity with a manufacturing environment. 

For consideration, please apply through the Careers section of the Scaled Composites web site at www.scaled.com
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and Drug and Alcohol free workplace

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