The Field Safety Manager works with management to ensure compliance with safety and environmental procedures and ensure the safety of all workers and projects.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provides effective oversight, leadership and administration of safety processes and procedures.
- Manage EH&S committee meetings.
- Visit job sites to conduct safety audits on personnel, equipment and materials.
- Evaluate, assess and alter safety procedures and policies for the benefit of employees and clients.
- Research and implement new materials handling processes.
- Analyze accident reports and evaluate injury case studies based on available facts.
- Prepare and conduct safety training sessions for employees and vendors.
- Ensure compliance with all regulatory bodies and standards (including OSHA, EPA, etc.).
- Research environmental regulations and policies and institute changes to ensure compliance.
- Track incident metrics and apply findings.
- Oversee the applications for and receipt of necessary permits.
- Lead injury and incident inquiries and evaluations.
- Ensure adherence to critical facility work rules and safety procedures.
- Interact effectively with internal and external customers.
- Attend safety training for EHS trainers.
- Create MOPs, SOPs, EOPs and other technical reports and procedures.
- Ensure operational, maintenance and emergency methods of procedure (MOPs) are strictly used.
- Be familiar with all applicable Federal, State, and local rules, codes, and regulations.
- Other assigned tasks as requested.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE (Desired)
- Bachelor’s degree, Military or prior experience in Environmental Health and Safety.
- 4+ years’ experience in the construction industry.
- Knowledge of OSHA and EPA standards regarding services and construction.
- Ability to train, influence and motivate team members.
- Experience writing JHAs, SOPs, EOPs, MOPS, Hazcom, technical reports and procedures.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Outstanding Customer relations skills.
- Ability to make independent decisions.
- Knowledge and experience using Microsoft Office.
- OSHA certification preferred.
- Some travel required (25 to 30 percent).
- Must be a US citizen.
- Able to hold and maintain a security clearance.
- Based in Ashburn VA. Serving DC/Maryland/Virginia areas
- Overnight travel may be required
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; Standing and walking is required. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. The employee must occasionally lift and carry up to 50 pounds.