We are searching for a Safety Coordinator in the Indianapolis, IN area for a large, metal processing manufacturer. In order to qualify for the Safety Coordinator position, you must be familiar with OSHA and CDC requirements and have at least five (5+) years of experience in a safety role. In this role, your responsibilities include managing and training on all safety, health, and incident programs. In addition, you will be reporting on and investigating accidents and any other safety issues that arise.
• Organizing and leading: Safety Committee meetings, PPE assessments, and CPR and First Aid programs
• Reporting on and record keeping for: OSHA, Hazard assessments, activity and accident reports, etc.
• Training employees on all safety programs
Your qualifications must include the following:
• Minimum of five (5+) years of safety experience
• 30 hours of OSHA training, including OSHA 511
• 24 hours of Incident Commander Training
• CPR and First Aid Training
• Material Handling Vehicle Certification
• OSHA training and experience is preferred
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Health and Safety Professional II (Plainfield, IN)
Posted: Sep 18, 2017
This position can be located in Plainfield or surrounding areas.This position provides comprehensive health or safety support to assigned geographic and/or organizational sections. Responsible for basic technical work in a wide range of health or safety disciplines to achieve compliance with the organization’s HS standards and with federal, state and local regulatory requirements. Works under remote supervision. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives and soundness of technical judgment. Develops, implements and maintains programs, systems and procedures. Monitors and prevents HS incidents and hazards. Investigates incidents, accidents, injuries, or complaints. Recommends improvements in basic processes, design, procedures, and operating equipment, to minimize the hazard potential. Develops and conducts employee training, emergency preparedness and quality assurance programs. Provides regulatory interpretation and technical advice. Maintains current knowledge of specific requirements imposed by governmental agencies. May provide technical guidance to less experienced personnel working on health or safety programs.
Duties And Responsibilities
- Serve as single-point-of-contact or coordinator to implement health or safety activities that require broad knowledge and experience in order to provide compliance solutions to Health & Safety issues. Supports basic work activities in order to comply with health or safety laws, regulations and corporate requirements. Develops, implements and maintains programs, systems and procedures. Provides regulatory interpretation and technical advice. Participates in and supports HS compliance and management system audits
- Interacts with customers and subject matter experts to ensure consistent and thorough implementation of Health & Safety programs, policies, and procedures. Monitors and prevents Health & Safety incidents and hazards along with investigation of incidents, accidents, injuries or complaints
- Develops and conducts section and department administrative and development functions including budgeting, special projects and assignments, employee training, emergency preparedness and quality assurance programs
- Bachelor’s degree in engineering, science, health, safety or other related field of study plus three (3) years’ prior work related experience or seven (7) years’ directly related work experience in lieu of the degree
- Advanced degree in engineering, science, health, safety, other related technical field or business
- Experience in negotiating with regulators at the state and/or federal level
- Experience in supporting H&S compliance at multiple facilities/regions within multiple regulatory jurisdictions
- Working toward Professional Certification (CSP, CIH, QEP, CHMM, PMP, etc) or Registration (PE)
- Knowledge of environmental and/or health & safety regulatory compliance requirements, scientific practices, quality assurance principles, and auditing principles
- Demonstrated technical skills in multimedia environmental (air, water, waste) and/or health & safety areas
- Effective communication (both oral and written) and interpersonal skills with a customer-oriented focus. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with management
- With guidance can develop and implement systems and processes that comply with environmental, health or safety laws and regulations, corporate policies and goals
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Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Duke Energy is one of the largest energy holding companies in the United States. Its Electric Utilities and Infrastructure business unit serves approximately 7.5 million customers located in six states in the Southeast and Midwest.
Safety Advisor (Indianapolis)
Posted: Sep 13, 2017
Safety Management Group looking for a Safety Advisor to support a client. The person in this role will support each of the Owner’s construction projects and site operations in order to evaluate and audit all Contractors safety programs and their field implementation of these programs. This role will be based in Indianapolis but will cover sites in Indianapolis, Greenfield, Plainfield, Terre Haute, and Clinton (no overnight travel).
The Safety Advisor shall be a “hands on” resource supporting our client’s Indiana operations. The Safety Advisor shall provide leadership and guidance to the project teams in support of our objective that no unplanned, adverse events/incidents are the result of our activities. The Advisor will work closely with Construction Services Manager, but will have substantial interface with each of the Project Teams.
Responsibilities and Duties:
- Technical Resource (Construction Safety “Help Desk”) – “Expert” knowledge of OSHA’s 29 CFR 1926 “Safety and Health Regulations for Construction” and its practical application within a construction environment. Provide timely responses to technical questions posed by GFD/SPE personnel.
- Coach/Mentor Contractors’ Safety Professionals – Positively influence the efforts of the projects’ leveraged safety resources to support achieving our objective.
- Review Construction Safety Execution Plans (CSEPs) Prior to Submission for Director’s Approval. Support the Project Safety Directors’ efforts to develop complete and appropriate (for the nature of the project) safety execution plan.
- Observations of deficiencies (Conditions and Behaviors) – Acknowledge deficiencies observed while on each project by supportive interaction with the individual(s)/crew(s) and documentation of observation, perceived causal factor and actions taken to make safe. Support the trending and analysis of the observations in order to develop preventative measures.
- Auditing of the Execution of the Requirements of each Project’s 01550 and CSEP. Verification of key elements of each Project’s 01550 and CSEP. These elements will vary based on phase, nature and issues of the Project and/or the Contractors engaged.
- Auditing of the Implementation of Client Permits. Verification that these critical communication tools (HWP, CSE, etc.) are accurate and complete.
- Periodic Review of the Daily Crew Specific Activity Planning. Subjective consideration of the effectiveness of crews’ activity planning, recognition of associated hazards and mitigation of the same – based on comparison of actual activity to the information documented. Evaluation of whether appropriate Personnel, Equipment and Materials are in use.
- Incident Investigation – Secondary Support. Embrace our client’s Root Cause Analysis (RCA) process in an attempt to understand the true issues behind the unplanned, adverse events/incidents that may occur. The Construction Services Senior Specialist has primary responsibility for performing the investigation for the RCA. The Safety Advisor shall support the Specialist, when requested, with obtaining factual information required within the investigations.
- Bachelor degree in Occupation Health and Safety or 7-10 years of demonstrated relevant experience in the construction industry.
- Demonstrated leadership, change management and team building skills.
- “Expert” knowledge of State and Federal regulations regarding Health and Safety compliance.
- Demonstrated strong communication skills – interpersonal and written. Effective, timely and candid interaction is a critical characteristic for this role.
- Initiative – strong organizational skills – ability to prioritize activities in order to meet milestones and deadlines.
- “Curious” – strong desire to pursue and understand “why”.
- Proficiency with computer software applications, including Microsoft Office Products.
- Active certification in First Aid, CPR and AED.
- Ability to safely maneuver within a menagerie of physical environments typical of construction. Activity requires ability to climb ladders and stairs (multiple levels).
- Flexibility with work schedule – Projects will frequently work “off hours” shifts; therefore, periodically, there may be value in visiting projects @ night or on weekends. GFD does have work hour restrictions in an attempt to ensure that personnel have life beyond our activities.
- Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or other similar certification.
- Bilingual in Spanish
- Knowledge of Root Cause Analysis
- 80% of activity is “field” related – among multiple projects in different locations; therefore, driver’s license and “clean” driving record are beneficial.
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