Site Safety Officer
- Develop, implement, and administer all site Health, Safety and Environmental activities to ensure excellent HS&E objectives are achieved, and ensure customer expectations are identified and fulfilled, and regulatory compliance is achieved and maintained.
- Provide a comprehensive HS&E training program for site personnel, and lead all HS&E inspections and investigate, prepare, and forward as required reports on injuries and report such incidences to appropriate authority, which includes risk assessments and hazard identification analysis
- Conducts Safety Training needs assessment ensuring all training is documented, tracked, renewed and compliant with OSHA 29 CFR: 1910, 1926 and departmental standards
- Maintain and update HSE metrics and provide reports for management as required.
- Perform Occupational safety and health inspections of work site, workshops, machine shops and office spaces ensuring full compliance with local and OSHA standards identifying deficiencies and abating or mitigating hazards
- Oversee and/or conduct safety, environmental, and ergonomic related audits. Lead all HS&E inspections and investigate, prepare, and forward as required reports on injuries.
- Perform all industrial hygienist requirements; evaluate environmental factors in chemical, physical, biological, and ergonomic areas.
- Stimulate and maintain site personnel awareness in health safety programs.
- Review/design/develop supplements to the Site Safety Manual to align with State and Federal regulations as necessary.
- Manage site Safety and Loss Prevention, Regulatory training, Occupational Health, and Waste Management efforts.
- Interface with corporate, sponsor, and contractor HSE management. Review statements of work and plans to for upcoming projects, to ensure safety precautions are identified, assessed, risk is minimized, and a formal plan or sop is developed.
- Perform risk assessments / hazard identification analysis.
- Provides supervision, guidance and training to personnel.
- Performs all other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree in safety/environmental engineering or related field and 5 years of directly related experience. In lieu of degree, 13 years of directly related experience.
- Must be able to obtain an ACTIVE TS/SCI clearance with a CI polygraph within 12 months of start date.
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