Reports to the Corporate Safety Director. Responsible for educating field personnel on correct safety procedures and ensuring safety policies are followed.
- Ensure that the intent of Cullen policies, procedures and quality standards is followed in accordance with our Quality Management System. (Reference Section 3.7.2 of the Company Guide)
- Site safety audits to recognize and correct unsafe conditions and behaviors; the ability to prescribe corrective actions and measures for those items repeatedly showing up in audits; develop training sessions for same audit items.
- Investigate all incidents and generate proper reports. Aid in accident/incident investigation as needed.
- Create, Conduct, and Document Tool Box Talks.
- Task Training – As planned and needed.
- Ensure and maintain all required signage is properly posted.
- Stop work to remedy a serious or life-threatening safety deficiency, violation, or unsafe practice. Complete and file disciplinary actions with documentation.
- Provide leadership with a focus on safe work practices and pre-task planning.
- Maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers and management.
- Assist in the planning of and implement all project safety needs.
- Actively participate in operational planning to create a plan to eliminate hazards.
- Monitor safety portion of OPS Plans are being followed and work with the foreman to correct if not.
- Investigate and procure new task specific safety systems/equipment and educate crews and superintendents as needed.
- Conduct on-site inspections and control hazardous working conditions or unsafe employee activities through teaching and coaching.
- Reward/recognize field personnel for taking outstanding safety initiative.
- Attend and actively participate in daily morning huddles with job crews. Attend daily end of shift (DEOS) meeting when possible.
- Educate foreman on the proper daily work plans/JHA procedure and hold them accountable.
- Assist with/Lead the weekly safety meeting.
- Continue education with regards to safety through seminars, meetings and experiences through higher education.
- Network, communicate and remain current in safety topics and relevant issues with regards to the construction industry.
- Perform additional duties as directed by supervisors.
- Four-year occupational safety/health degree or equivalent combination of training and related experience with an additional minimum of 5 years of construction experience.
- Proficiency with OSHA standards.
- Knowledge of the construction industry practices, risk management and field operations.
- Thorough understanding of and ability to enforce all federal, state, local and company regulations.
- Ability to recognize hazardous situations and implement corrective measures is essential.
- Good understanding of corporate and industry practices, processes, standards, etc.
- Strong management, leadership and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate well both verbally and in writing.
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