Construction Safety Manager

Construction Safety Manager Job Description Template

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

Responsibilities:

  • Implements policies and procedures to assure awareness of and compliance with ES&H requirements of the organization;
  • Ensures that quality control procedures are executed to monitor all aspects of regulations;
  • Coordinates audits of ES&H programs within the organization;
  • Identify hazards and protective action needed;
  • Ensure all proper personal protective equipment is available and distributed;
  • Evaluate hazards and identify safe practices;
  • Monitor injuries; communicate with physicians and insurance;
  • Promote safe practices and coach employees, management as needed;
  • Conduct job site detailed inspections and record info/photos on Company site;
  • Maintain safety performance metrics, official safety records and generate reports;
  • Coordinate foreman safety meetings;
  • Develop and implement protocol for first aid, WC, and GL claim situations;
  • In conjunction with Superintendent, inspects the jobsite for safety violations and documents said violations;
  • Document and monitor major claims and payments to injured workers;
  • Work with general contractor to development the project site specific HSE plan.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years of proven experience as a safety manager;
  • Safety certification(s) preferred;
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal abilities;
  • Good knowledge of legal health, safety guidelines and risk assessment;
  • Must be detail-oriented and business conscious;
  • Excellent organizational and motivational skills;
  • Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety or related field;
  • OSHA 500;
  • Commitment to daily field presence;
  • A minimum of 15 years or more of experience in a safety-related role on construction projects;
  • Previous management/supervisory experience;
  • A minimum education of High School diploma/GED;
  • Knowledgeable of HSE requirements and work processes;
  • Applicable safety certifications;
  • Demonstrated career progression in safety.