Safety Coordinator

Safety Coordinator Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Safety Coordinator to join our team.


  • Coordinate worksite safety activities;
  • Conduct safety training to employees on various safety topics required by OSHA;
  • Supports organizational vehicle safety campaigns;
  • Notifies insurance agencies of all workers compensation and auto incidents;
  • Ensure First Responder Team is trained and in place;
  • Educate managers/Supervisors on Incident Reports;
  • Assist in the development of Facility and Individual Safety Goals;
  • Identifies company safety training needs and develops and coordinates safety training programs;
  • Serve as Behavior Based Observation Process ( BOP ) Coordinator;
  • Conducts and communicates post-accident and injury report;
  • Review MSDS Sheets and maintain master book, update associated lists and determine if specific training is necessary;
  • An Associate degree in a safety or construction-related area is preferred;
  • Conduct risk assessments;
  • Plan and implement OSHA policies;
  • Maintain documentation, results and corrective actions from safety and housekeeping audits and inspections.


  • Proficient in MS Office Suite;
  • 3+ years related experience in safety and environmental management and compliance;
  • Superior working knowledge of OSHA General Industry standards, state safety statues and local municipal and licensing safety regulations;
  • Certification as a Safety Professional (CSP, CET, HSE, or ASP) preferred;
  • Expected travel up to 60% of working days;
  • Effectively manages problem prevention strategies to limit reactionary practices;
  • Ability to organize work for timely completion;
  • Inspect power tools and heavy equipment;
  • Associate Safety Professional (ASP) or Certified Safety Professional (CSP);
  • Skill in operating standard office;
  • Ability to develop and proof training materials;
  • Ability to recognize and analyze Company trends with respect to Company accidents;
  • Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from an accredited College or University (preferred);
  • Extensive working knowledge of federal, state and city safety requirements, including OSHA regulations and ET&D Best Practices;
  • Must possess working knowledge of Microsoft software.