Adger , AL 35006
Posted 2 weeks ago
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Examines areas of the mine or surface to maintain a safe work environment. Confers with management representatives to advise of hazards. Participates in the investigation and review of all serious accidents, disabling injuries, fatalities and major disasters. Maintains an effective safety program and rapport with safety representatives from government agencies and other organizations.
- Conducts mine inspections and accident investigations.
- Provides recommendations to prevent unsafe or hazardous conditions from recurring.
- Maintains a violation log and report file.
- Conducts dust sampling and noise level readings.
- Maintains appropriate results data.
- Maintains a working knowledge of safety codes, laws and regulations.
- Provides first aid and ambulance service for injured mine personnel.
- Inspects first aid stations, supplies, and equipment.
- Restocks as necessary.
- Suggests proper personal protective devices for the employees.
- Maintains and controls SCSRs on mantrips as well as other vehicles and storage stations. Conducts 90-day inspections.
- Conducts MSHA required noise surveys. Submits MSHA required reports and health standards compliance notification.
- Calibrates safety testing instruments and maintains records.
- Updates task training and annual refresher training files.
- Hazard trains visitors, contractors, vendors, or other company personnel before they enter the mine.
- Travels with Federal and State mine inspectors throughout the mine, documenting findings and reporting them to Mine Management.
- Records citations issued and date due for abatement.
- Supplies copies of citations to corporate safety.
- Must have underground mining experience.
- High School Diploma with specialized training or equivalent is required.
- A minimum of 2+ years of related experience in mine operations, electrical or safety experience is preferred.
- Requires thorough knowledge of coal mining operations; including but not limited to safety, welding, fabrication, production, maintenance, ergonomics, equipment usage and staff utilization is preferred.
- May require MSHA Instructor, Underground Mine Foreman, Fireboss, First Aid and Dust and Noise Sampling certifications.
- Must possess effective verbal, written and electronic communication skills.
- Must possess basic computer skills.
- Must meet and maintain all state and federal personal certification requirements to perform in this role.
- Associates Degree in Industrial Health and Safety is preferred.
Excellent wage and benefit package available, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Prescription plans; Basic Life/ADD Insurance, Optional Term Life and Optional Accidental Life Insurance, Salary Continuation and Long Term Disability plans, 401 (k) plan with 6% employer matching contribution, vacation and holidays.