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Safety Consultant (Indianapolis)

Posted: Feb 08, 2019

Founded in 1995, Safety Resources, Inc. is a national safety consulting firm, with a team of dedicated consulting professionals whose practice is the implementation and execution of workplace safety. We specialize in contract safety director services, construction site safety supervision, worker’s compensation assistance and employee training.

Our team of professional consultants is comprised of degreed individuals with various specialties and areas of expertise. Safety Resources takes pride in ongoing professional development, therefore allowing our consultants to continuously keep current with trends in the industry.

Position expectations will require that the successful candidate have 2-5 years of practical experience as a Safety Director/Risk Manager in a fast paced self-directed environment. Past training experience required. OSHA 510 511 certification or equivalent prerequisite and OSHA 500 / 501 certification a plus.

Career advancement in this position will depend heavily upon both technical communication and training skills. Technical degree, transcripts, references, and sample of technical writing will be required. Must be proficient with MS Office.

Our company is a 24+ year national consulting group, up to 20% travel.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (include the following, but are not limited to)
• Develop and maintain the expertise to provide instruction in technical areas of safety training.
• Perform site safety audits, complete comprehensive report of findings, including corrective plans and recommendations to ensure compliance.
• Prepare detailed reports of findings using appropriate forms, diagrams, photos and narratives to provide a clear understanding of exposures.
• Examine work sites to identify hazards in the workplace and on work sites and look for sources of potential injury to those at or near location.
• Assist in the development of employee and supervisor accountability programs.
• Provide creative compliance management solutions and recommendations for clients.
• Conduct OSHA compliance and safety assessments.
• Develop written safety programs and procedures appropriate for the hazards present and to comply with applicable regulatory requirements.
• Project management to ensure project goals are met as we4ll as technical excellence, quality and client satisfaction.
• Perform accident and injury investigations to identify safety violations and determine root cause and corrective actions.
• Predict issues by calculating risks from safety data from various safety records, as well as national injury data and statistics.
• Manage client relationships and services on an ongoing basis.
• Other duties as assigned.


• A Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety or related field of study
• 2-5 years practical experience in health and safety
• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Outlook
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Ability to develop professionally prepared technical report and documents

For more information please forward your resume to

Safety Technician (Indianapolis)

Posted: Feb 07, 2019

Safety Management Group is a Safety Consulting firm that was started by EH&S professionals in 1991 and is still run by EH&S professionals today. We are looking for an additional safety technician to add to our team. The ideal candidate, for this assignment, is someone that puts safety at the forefront of their job, makes the client’s needs a priority, works well in a team, is self-managed, and has a strong desire for growth within our company.

For this particular role our client is looking for a Safety Technician to work under the leadership of a Safety Advisor in Indianapolis, IN that….

– Has some experience working on a construction project in a safety role (internships count)

– Has the desire to learn and grow in the safety and construction fields

– Is available to work up to 40 hours per week

– Has strong computer knowledge

– Possess exceptional written and verbal communication skills

– Can walk a job site several hours per day

– Has 0-2 years of safety experience

– Has a Bachelor’s Degree (in a safety related field, required)


For more information visit Safety Technician.

Safety Director (Indiana)

Posted: Feb 06, 2019

About the Job

This position serves as the Safety Director for the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and is responsible for all aspects of INDOT’s safety program.  This includes organizational compliance with applicable federal, state, and agency regulations, policies and practices as well as management support and partnerships with the District Safety Directors ensuring consistent performance statewide in the delivery of the safety program.  This position reports to the Deputy Commissioner of Operations.

A Day in the Life

  • Develop, implement and administer health and safety programs that drive continuous improvement and culture consistent with agency values;
  • Ensure compliance with legal requirements and high standards of performance;
  • Drive the improvement of OSHA total recordable injuries;
  • Communicate safety metrics to executive staff quarterly;
  • Work with JWF, third party administrator, to manage workers’ compensation program;
  • Work to reduce employee lost time due to injury;
  • Review and analyze claims and trends to evaluate program success, making appropriate recommendations for improvement based on findings;
  • Participate in monthly Safety Director meetings;
  • Represent agency with regulatory agencies (IOSHA), carriers (JWF) and other external contacts related to the safety program;
  • Set agency standards and practices for accident and injury investigations;
  • Research of best practices for benchmarking and potential implementation to deliver a quality program for employees;
  • Coordination with districts on implementation of policies, procedures and practices to deliver a consistent safety program;
  • Responsible for developing, maintaining and communicating manuals and guidelines for maintenance activities, employee safety, facility/environmental and vehicle specifications in conjunction with Operations;
  • Oversee Roadeo program;
  • Oversee PPE inventory and employee accountability;
  • Ensure all required training is completed within specified time periods by appropriate personnel;
  • Respond to and investigate accidents/injuries as needed including those with IOSHA involvement;
  • Participate in emergency operations planning as safety representative;
  • Responsible for development, maintenance, and use of the Safety Occurrence System (SOS);
  • Performs other related duties as required.


What We’re Looking For

  • Bachelor’s Degree in occupational safety and health, engineering, human resources, or related field, preferred;
  • Experience in safety, operations, construction, human resources, or related industry;
  • Knowledge and understanding of OSHA requirements and regulations;
  • Broad knowledge of highway and construction operations;
  • Ability to formulate sound management and fiscal recommendations and make appropriate decisions with consideration of potential impact on agency, department and district;
  • Ability to effectively prioritize a variety of projects/functions;
  • Ability to work independently;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills that will be effective to gain consensus and buy-in;
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of management;
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality;
  • Ability to work independently, anticipate problems and initiate corrective actions;
  • Staff development, performance management, directing, and coaching of other employees

For more information visit Safety Director.