Project Safety Manager
- Posted: over a month ago
As the on-site safety manager for Harder Mechanical Contractors, you are responsible for the application of construction safety standards and regulations. Working together with the project management team and field supervision, the safety professional ensures that all work is completed in a safe manner to avoid risk of injury or harm.
Harder Mechanical has an immediate need for a project safety professional to join the team at a semiconductor site in the Phoenix, AZ area.
- Provides support in incident prevention, including inspecting job site, equipment, onsite training, investigating and authoring incident reports, and providing information on safety standards and work techniques
- Serves as the on-site Competent Person who performs frequent and regular inspections of the job site, materials, and equipment
- Oversees additional safety professionals assigned to the project.
- Surveys the jobsite and provides advice and guidance to site superintendents and site employees engaged in a full range of construction activities including but not limited to confined space, hazardous energy control, fall protection and scaffolding
- Investigates all incidents to determine origin, root cause, and contributing factors and assists in the preparation of written evaluation reports concerning findings
- Carries out safety education activities, promoting safety awareness, conducting daily and weekly Toolbox Talks; providing site specific training courses
- Consults with technical specialists and program managers about changes in work processes and proposed methods to eliminate unnecessary risks and control hazardous conditions
- Provides employees and managers the training necessary to recognize hazards and perform their jobs safely and effectively
- Develops Activity (Job) Hazard Analysis’s for all new major work processes or those processes that have the highest injury/illness rates
- Conducts Personal Protective Equipment assessments as needed
- Recommends appropriate measures and methods to correct safety deficiencies noted; Investigates hazardous conditions, practices, equipment, etc., to identify and analyze the nature and severity of hazards and the possible remedial actions (elimination, correction, or protection)
- 5+ years’ experience preferably in the semi-conductor
- OSHA 30-hour
- Possess professional qualifications and knowledge of fall protections systems, electrical safety, permit-required confined spaces, excavation trenching and shoring, scaffolding, hazard communication, accident investigation and reporting
- Extensive knowledge of State/Local, OSHA laws and regulations
- May be required to pass security clearance investigation and applicable substance testing requirements
- Proficient in use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
Nice to Haves
- OSHA 510 certifications
- Additional safety certifications such as CSP, CHST, or OHST
- Competitive compensation
- Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision benefits
- Generous retirement package
- Company paid holidays
- Paid Time Off
- Professional development and training opportunities
- Team environment that promotes individual growth
For over eighty years, Harder Mechanical has continuously refined its processes, creating safe environments from which our skilled staff can focus on the quality craftsmanship we demand. As the needs of industry evolve, we apply our expertise to each new challenge. Harder stands as the leading service provider in the region. Strength and stability provide the background of our diversified skill set. By providing safe, quality service, Harder continues to be a strong resource regardless of fluctuations in individual market sectors.
This position is salaried.
Please submit a cover letter along with your resume.
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