Safety Professional (Indianapolis)
The position is a key component for our continued success and growth in providing professional services to our clients. Individuals are trained and knowledgeable on OSHA 1926 Construction Standards and have experience with field application. Further knowledge and certifications in OSHA 1910 general industry safety standards and ergonomics is beneficial for this position.
Job responsibilities and tasks include general activities such as documentation, communication, activity scheduling, meeting preparation, program implementation and compliance reviews. Project specific safety tasks will include conducting project safety observations, field inspection auditing, safe work permit execution, safety inspection record documentation, contactor safety work plan review (PSSP/JSA), facilitation of tool box talks, safety coaching, safety activity coordination, risk assessments, gap analysis and OSHA standard compliance reviews. Safety professionals will also be expected to learn, understand and apply corporate client safety standards as required for particular assignments. Other duties as assigned.
Our Safety Professionals have:
Bachelor degrees in Engineering, Construction Management or related disciplines
Minimum 5 years of experience in construction safety delivery, auditing, assurance and/or application of general industry standards
Certifications and training in OSHA 10 hour, OSHA 30 hour as well additional safety specific training
Willingness to travel up to 100% of the time
Experience in safety requirements, facility inspections and good documentation practices
For more information visit Safety Professional.