We are looking for individuals who are eager to develop and apply their skills in ways that make a positive impact to communities. Here, you'll be proud to be a part of a company known for putting safety and people first, combined with uncompromising integrity.
The Regional Safety Manager will be responsible to lead and manage the efforts to promote safe and compliant practices within our Corporate Health & Safety Dept. In the field of Construction, the Regional Safety Manager will be focused on providing safety expertise along with risk recognition/reduction skill, driving the goal of "Zero Accidents or injuries" through a proactive, safe work practice that utilizes prevention and mitigation techniques when assessing potential risks. Key traits for the individual in this position are: highly developed communication skills, team player, trainer, strategic and creative, excellent project management skills and the ability to drive performance from all areas within the company.
Regional Lead Environmental Health and Safety (EHS)
Maintain current knowledge of safety trends and practices in the industry to adapt to changing safety environment
Identify and implement company best practices to create standards in order to continuously improve safety practices
Manages safety region to reduce or eliminate occupational injuries, illnesses & deaths
Assist in the development and implementation of safety training programs related to occupational injuries directly related to the construction/manufacturing industry
Assist in the development and implementation of safety policies and procedures
Communication and Reporting
Compiles, analyzes, and interprets statistical data related to exposure factors concerning occupational illnesses and/or accidents and prepares reports for informational purposes
Act with a sense of fiduciary responsibility.
Prepares incident reports for regions and works with operations on dissemination, review and recommended actions
Compile and submit reports required by company management, regulatory agencies (OSHA), which also includes Ad Hoc reporting where necessary.
Perform comprehensive EHS facility and field audits
Create corrective action plans based on audit findings and partner with operations for deliverables
Facilitate timely completion and closure of corrective action plans
Subject matter expert on all corporate and governmental regulatory issues within assigned region
Conduct and facilitate field and facility safety meetings and training
Regional Safety Management (Day to Day Operations)
Train and develop regional resources on overall Construction Safety
Investigate Injuries and Incidents and develop root cause analysis and corrective action plans
Document all Injury and Incident Scenarios, Causes and CAPA in company EHS information system
Communicate Injury and Incident Scenario along with Root and Contributing Causes to the organization to facilitate proactive injury and incident avoidance activity.
Manage OSHA citations and investigations within assigned region
Analyze metrics and review monthly incidents to understand trends and align resources to focus on key areas
Audit data collection and reporting practices to confirm compliance with federal and state regulations
Education & Certifications
Legal Age Requirements:
At least 18 years of age
Type of Required Experience:
OSHA/EPA/DOT regulations and safety administration in a trucking, construction, distribution, general industry or warehousing environment.
Proficient in OSHA & EPA Regulations, State and Federal laws, along with proficient knowledge in all Microsoft Office Applications including Word, Excel, Outlook & PowerPoint.