The Safety Engineer is responsible for the implementation of safety engineering policies and programs that embrace a range of matters directly or indirectly concerned with safety and protection. Assignments also include responsibility for the technical adequacy of plans, designs, and specifications for improvement of safety programs within a facility.
- The candidate administers safety and occupational health programs in compliance with standards and requirements and to assure safety, healthy, and efficient operations. Prepares technical guidance and direction for safety and occupational health program implementation. Performs audits and inspections of work sites, as required, to assure compliance with safety and health program requirements; prepares technical reports of inspection findings; and develops corrective actions. Independently inspects construction projects to determine compliance with applicable occupational safety standards. The safety Engineer completes hazard and job safety analysis to ensure proper use of machinery and equipment, personal protective equipment, and procedures.
Safety Engineer/Manager will be responsible for completing daily safety logs, conducting bi-weekly safety meetings and monthly site safety walk through and audit. Completing safety daily hazard assessment. Reviewing and approving Safety Work Plans for CCM. Observing and reporting to CCM any safety issues.