Safety Manager is responsible for cultivating a safety conscious culture on assigned projects including subcontractor compliance. They ensure that all stakeholders are aware of the potential hazards/risks and precautionary safety measures through proactive support, training, and mentoring. Safety professionals work hand-in-hand with the entire project team, subcontractors, and other parties’ located onsite to ensure each worker returns home safely each day.
• Actively participate and promote the development of RO’s “safety starts with me” Culture.
• Assist the project’s Superintendents and Project Manager’s in the development of specific Job Hazard Analyses and safe work plans to address working in and around these hazards.
• During construction, identify, evaluate, and recommend control of hazardous working conditions and unsafe employee activities and provide recommendations to abate same through project management and supervisor personnel.
• Lead project team in supervision, coordination and implementation of site-specific safety program, and risk assessments, preparation and updating of site-specific safety manual, including project emergency action procedures, work assignments and pre-task planning, personnel administration, staffing and training for emergency contingency plans.
• Conduct site specific orientation training program. Implement program for all onsite staff and subcontractors.
• Provide for proper start-up of the project with regard to proper posting of all jobsite labor and safety posters, safety signage, etc.
• Submit all Site safety inspections- with report
• Full knowledge and understanding of all local, state, and federal OSHA requirements as well as RO’s Construction requirements
• Conduct and document daily safety inspections on project site. If assigned to multiple projects, monitor and ensure Project team members are conducting and documenting inspections
• Document and investigate all incidents involving property damage, personal injury, safety violations, near misses, unsafe conditions and non-compliance activities.
• Accompany OSHA compliance officers and insurance inspectors during on site audits
• Evaluate subcontractor qualifications, training program, and competency, and make recommendations to Project Management and supervisory staff.
• Assist in developing and managing the project safety budget(s)
• Collaborate with RO’s Construction’s Corporate Safety Director and Regional Safety Director on the development and implementation of Company safety policies and procedures.
• Evaluate project safety performance and provide guidance on trends, corrective actions, and loss rates.
• Understand the principles of Contractor Controlled Insurance Program (CCIP)
• Facilitate any Specific safety training
• Help prepare and attend site specific pre-con meetings
• Attend ESH departmental meetings
• Set-up new, & maintain existing Incident Report Files, (Both Electronic & Hard Copy)(GL, WC, & Auto)
• Perform all aspects of claims management (I.E. Follow-up on Dr.’s visits, & audit progress reports)
• Track incident claim report status & create summary reports
• Input OSHA Logs & various OSHA documentation requirements.
• Basic understanding of Worker’s Compensation Laws and/or Processes
• Basic understanding of ACCORD Forms – (Insurance Documentation)
• Demonstrates proper performance of skills reflected and validated by the competency checklist.
• Adheres to Rogers-O’Brien policies, procedures, all safety plans, and all standards imposed by regulatory organizations
• Ability to utilize computer software, e.g., Word, Excel, Outlook, Bluebeam andPowerPoint.
• 3+ years of experience in a safety role, preferably in construction.
• Must have OSHA 30 Hour Certificate.
• Professional designation preferred (CHST, CSHO etc.)
• Possess valid Driver’s License.
• Constant adequate range of motion and mobility required.
• Regular sitting or standing, bending or stooping, and the ability to carry equipment and other such items as packaged material weighing up to 20 pounds
• Frequent talking and the ability to express and exchange ideas by means of language
• Regular hearing and the ability to perceive the nature of sounds
• Regular near acuity with clarity of vision at 20 inches or less required
• Constant ability to read, record or type data quickly and accurately required
• Typical ability to collect and analyze numerical and written data and verbal information to reach logical conclusions and ability to determine the time, place and sequence of operations or actions required
• Environmental/Working Conditions
• Ability to work under and handle stress in an appropriate manner required.
• May be exposed to high, medium, or low noise intensity.
• Constant contact with co-workers required.
• This is a full time position. Regular and punctual attendance is an essential function of the job.
• Must be willing to travel if necessary.
This description is a general statement of required essential functions performed on a regular and continuous basis. It does not exclude other duties as assigned.