Safety Advisor (Plainfield, IN)

Safety Management Group is seeking a Safety Advisor in Plainfield, IN.

The key function of a Safety Advisor is to put Safety at the forefront of their job, prioritize the client’s needs, work well in a team setting, be self-managed, and be flexible when it comes to change and travel. 

Develop and Deliver Project-Specific Safety Orientation

  • Deliver a contractor safety orientation, ensuring a consistent message
  • Maintain a log of contractors who have attended safety orientation
  • Verify compliance with the substance abuse program
  • Review and update orientation as required

Review Contract Firm Project-Related Documentation

  • Review and provide feedback to contract firms regarding their project-specific safety plans before the contract firms begin work on the project
  • Review contractor compliance to written project safety plan when completing project safety observations.
  • Daily job brief/JSA
  • Competent Person training record verification
  • Safe Work Permits

Implement the Contractor Pre-Qualification Requirements and guide Contractors through the Prequalification Process

  • Review contractor safety program
  • Review OSHA logs
  • Review EMR data, if needed

Safety Observation Program (Contractors)

  • Assist contractors in identifying countermeasures to comply with safety policies

Incident Management

  • Conduct independent incident review and prepare all required documentation
  • Schedule and facilitate incident review meetings
  • Publish incident meeting report
  • Develop and publish safety learning points document 

Project Planning Support

  • Participate and support project meetings that require safety information and reporting 
  • Serve as liaison to coordinate plant safety and project safety interaction
  • Provide project safety metrics to Harmon
  • Provide leadership for pre-construction safety planning meetings (pre-bid/pre-construction)
  • 24-hour on-call support

Requirements

  • 6+ years’ Construction Safety experience
  • Must possess a thorough knowledge of construction safety in an industrial setting
  • A degree in safety or related fields 
  • OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course
  • First-aid/CPR certification from the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association.

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