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Posted: Thursday, March 16, 2017 12:28 AM


To build our team we are currently seeking a Manager of Safety.

In this role, the Manager of Safety will:

Lead Safety Committee: Set direction, align resources and motivate and inspire.
Create and maintain a culture of safety through training, educating and monitoring Meadows personnel as well as interfacing with Owners and General Contractors.
Continually plan, administer, implement, update and coordinate the Company's safety program to reduce or eliminate occupational injuries, illnesses, deaths and safety infractions and violations.
Maintain compliance with California Occupational Safety and Health Administration ("Cal/OSHA") and other applicable safety regulations governing construction industry activities.
Train and educate Meadows personnel: Safety and loss controls, new hire safety orientations, rehabilitate workers returning to work after an accident/injury, site specific safety infractions and violations to ensure compliance with occupational safety and health regulations, other state and federal regulations governing the construction industry.
Monitor Meadows personnel: Determine use of required personal protective equipment (i.e. safety glasses, goggles, hard hat, safety vest, ear plugs and closed toe shoes). Conduct safety and health inspections (in-house/onsite). Check to see whether dangerous materials are stored correctly.
Inspect and evaluate machinery, equipment and working conditions in-house and at construction sites to ensure compliance with applicable safety and health regulations, and reduce the potential for injuries.
Risk Management: Analyze and evaluate potential severity of occupational illnesses and accidents, possible frequency and financial impact of risk on Company through the use of statistical data. Prepare operational, risk reports for management analysis.
Participates in the investigation of employee accidents, claims, thefts, and property losses and coordinate the preparation of materials and evidence for use in hearing, litigation and insurance claim cases.
Attends conferences, seminars and courses to maintain continued awareness of safety programs. Complete training to be the Trainer (Train the Trainer) for various equipment and tools. Train employees per job requirements and keep training certificates and logs up to date.
Employee and subcontractor security badging for all sites – submit new hire badging packages; monitor and administer badge renewals; badge coordination and submittal for subcontractors.

Job Requirements
Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety and Health or related field. Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) preferred or equivalent experience will be considered.
Minimum of six (6) years of experience as a safety professional, loss prevention specialist or risk manager.
Must be a US Citizen.
Valid driver’s license with clean DMV report.
OSHA 500 Instructor authorization preferred.
Thorough knowledge of state and federal and loss control regulations, Cal/OSHA rules and regulations and general industry standards related to workers' compensation and industrial safety.
Thorough knowledge of all types of personal protective equipment.
Basic understanding of industrial hygiene.
Good understanding of ergonomic principles.
Able to perform basis mathematical calculations.
Understand the different hand signals used at construction sites.
Ability to conduct investigations, determine the root causes of accidents and initiate corrective action. Knowledge of established safety and occupational health principles, methods, and techniques.
Effective written and oral communication skills to communicate effectively with employees and management and to prepare safety presentations/briefings, formal training materials, investigative reports, and safety and occupational health inspections and surveys.
Capable of training field and office employees.
Practical knowledge of regulations, policies, and procedures related to safety and occupational health to interpret and explain the reasons and purposes for applying corrective/preventive measures and procedures.
Computer experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Internet.

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