Jobs

Are you looking to hire a safety and health for a position within Indiana; or elsewhere within your company? CIASSP members can advertise their needs at no charge on this site by forwarding the position’s job description to the Central Indiana ASSP Jobline. Your job description will be reviewed for appropriateness and posted each Tuesday for 4 weeks.

Safety Coordinator (Indianapolis)

Posted: Jun 21, 2018

Job Description

Provide education and training for new and current driver including DOT and state regulations, DOT Hours of Service, company policies and procedures.
Conduct Driver Log Reviews (DOT Hours of Service) with drivers to ensure compliance and fully document all counseling and training received.
Assist in administrative functions for the following tasks: Quarterly Safety Meetings, Monthly Safety Calendar, Daily Safety Message to organization, daily monitoring of UVA / Violation and Log Edits, Speed-gauge, etc.
Support operational staff in the use of E-Logs
Assist Safety Team in the upkeep and periodic review of driver DOT and accident files.
Interface with operations in support of safety goals.
Managing the scale and toll device program

Job Requirements:

Proficient with Microsoft Office
Must have the ability to work in a Team environment
Able to prioritize and manage time efficiently
1-2 years of transportation experience working with maintenance/equipment preferred

For more information visit Safety Coordinator.

Safety Advisor (Indianapolis)

Posted: Jun 14, 2018

Safety Management Group has an opening for a Safety Advisor local to the Indianapolis and surrounding area to work various projects in the area and be willing to travel. This person will be representing the General Contractor and/or the client on small and large projects construction projects. The Advisor will be responsible for the following: Pre-job Safety Planning, Safety Observations, Incident Investigation, Safety Plans, Safety Orientation, Daily and Weekly Safety Meetings.

It is very important for the Advisor in this role to have a strong construction background, experience with presenting information to an audience (Contractors, General Contractors, Construction Managers, and Client Customers), and possess a high proficiency in computer programs such as Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, etc. This Advisor should be highly self-motivated and have excellent time management and scheduling skills.

Qualifications have been listed below:

3+ Years Construction Safety Experience
OSHA 30 and/or OSHA 510/500 is preferred
Strong technical computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)
Local candidate or someone willing to relocate to the area
Recent fall protection training, knowledge, and use of equipment
Experience working on large construction projects
Available to work 5-7 days a week, 8-12 hour shifts
Desire to travel throughout the United States
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
Bachelor’s Degree (in a safety related field) Preferred

For more information visit Safety Advisor.

Safety Professional (Indianapolis)

Posted: Jun 13, 2018

Job Description

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.