The Senior Safety Specialist is a member of our Products Pipeline Safety Department. The primary geographical coverage area is the Pacific Northern Region of the US including California, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. The position may be located in Fairfield, CA.Kinder Morgan offers a robust benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, two retirement plans, paid holidays, and paid time off. Kinder Morgan is one of the largest energy infrastructure companies in North America. This is a great opportunity if you are an experienced Safety Manager, Safety Supervisor, Safety Coordinator, EHS Consultant, or EHS Specialist. To be considered for our Sr. Safety Specialist position, click on Apply Now to sign in or create an account to upload your resume. Position DescriptionSupport the Products Pipeline Business Unit in complying with federal, state, and local safety regulations. The emphasis of this position is providing safety training, facility inspections, OSHA regulatory interpretations, incident investigation support, OSHA incident classification, and emergency response support.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesDemonstrate a thorough understanding of OSHA regulations.Communicate regulatory as well as Business Unit requirements and research potential solutions to address issues identified by facility personnel, internal audits and regulatory inspections.Inspect facilities to identify best practices and potential EHS deficiencies. In addition, must be able to provide regulatory citation or reference Business Unit standards for deficiencies identified and be able to assist in developing and implementing solutions.Plan, develop, and deliver effective safety training to facility personnel
Provide support for the incident/injury reporting and tracking system, including report generation and reviews, in relation to workplace injuries/illnesses, vehicle accidents, and other undesired occurrences.Contribute in the development or improvement of site level as well as Business Unit safety and IH procedures.Participate as a member of a team that, through the use of a root cause analysis technique, is assigned to investigate an incident and develop effective corrective actions.Develop accurate and concise written communications concerning EHS issues for the Company, Business Unit, or Division in order to create awareness and to prevent incidents, or the re-occurrence of similar events.Support field operations during internal audits/assessments or external inspections.Serve as a member of the Incident Command System (ICS) in response to emergency incidents in the Region.