KBRwyle APS-3: HSE Supervisor (Safety Management Program) in Goose Creek, South Carolina
APS-3: HSE Supervisor (Safety Management Program)
Responsibilities of Position:
Maintain a Safety Program that includes a Safety Management Plan. The Safety Management Plan will comply with all applicable Federal, State and Local environmental regulations and instructions to include local command policies and procedures.
Successfully complete KBRwyle Safety Indoctrination Training program as required.
Performs a variety of health, safety and environmental related activities, typically at a single field location
Supervises and provides guidance to HSE Staff required to ensure compliance with safety program requirements IAW local command and federal agency policies, procedures, regulations, standards, etc.
Coordinates with HAZMART Supervisor and Environmental Coordinator as required to ensure the Environmental, HAZMAT and Facilities Management Programs comply with safety program requirements.
Coordinates with AFSBn-CHS Risk Management Staff as required to support day-to-day operations.
Participates in, attends Joint Base Committee meetings, gleans and shares lessons learned and best practices; makes presentations to the Committee highlighting KBRwyle Safety Program performance as requested.
Enforce and maintain Safety Program and procedures IAW local Quality Management System. Perform required audits and safety inspections of KBRwyle work sites and operations which include all aspects of the safety program.
Conduct trend analysis, develop reports, distribute to leadership, AFSBn-CHS; revise procedures for program improvements and compliance. Conduct root cause analysis; recommend corrective actions required to prevent recurrence. Solicit from supervisors and employees, feedback on deficiencies, successes, trends, etc.
Primary instructor for all safety and industrial hygiene training for HAZWASTE, HAZMART, HSE staff, supervisors, all employees, etc. as required. Train employees to conduct select training. Develop training IAW regulatory requirements, maintain training schedule to ensure training as required. Conduct New Hire, Annual and Right to Know training; maintain environmental safety records IAW regulatory and local procedure requirements.
Achieve all “met” ratings on monthly Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan, complete all Contract Deliverables (CDRLs) to time and quality standards.
Ensure all reports, etc. are submitted and incident notifications to KBRwyle HSE and AFSBn-CHS staffs IAW stated timelines.
Develop and submit annual budgets for safety program to include supplies, training, IH sampling, etc. This includes initiatives for costs savings, costs avoidance, continuous improvement.
Work with supervisors to develop work practices, conduct risk assessments, Total Safety Task Instructions (TSTI) for protection of personnel and the environment.
Assist supervisors and managers in conducting investigations of accidents, injuries, environmental incidents, near misses, etc. as required. Report safe work and unsafe work IAW Good Catch and Courage to Care Reporting Systems.
Develop/Determine based on work operations, work environments, hazards, exposure, etc. safe work practices, procedures, testing schedules; coordinate for required IH testing, make notifications and maintain records as required.
Assist leaders identify and assess potential health hazards, stop work when required, make recommendations to leadership and AFSBn-CHS staff. Investigate reports of health hazard concerns; implement risk strategy.
Conduct IH testing of facilities and operations as required. Interpret IH sampling results, make recommendations for remediation, other actions. Conduct actual sampling, send to laboratories, maintain custody documents and records as required. This includes but is not limited to potable water, waste water, air quality, lead, asbestos, etc. Coordinate for other required IH testing and evaluate work operations and facilities for potential IH issues, coordinate for testing as indicated. Evaluate work environments and work operations; identify hazards which require IH sampling, implement and maintain schedules.
Contributes to review of Performance Work Statement, evaluate and report to APS-3 leadership team areas of concern.
Evaluate Letters of Technical Directive, changes to current mission, new missions; provide feedback on environmental impact, impact to the safety program and safe work operations.
Incorporates into safety inspections, aspects of fire prevention, environmental, HAZMAT/HAZWASTE and facilities programs. Maintains all certifications and training as required.
Perform all other duties as assigned.
Standing – between 3 to 5 hours per day.
Walking – between 3 to 5 hours per day.
Sitting – between 6 to 8 hours per day.
Lifting – up to 35 lbs. periodically.
Squatting, kneeling, bending, reaching, and climbing – periodically.
Work outside and inside in non-climate controlled environment.
Achieve and maintain medical clearance and training to wear and use a respirator; specific events could require wear up to 10 hours per day.
Position is a deployable position, must meet and maintain medical and training requirements necessary for OCONUS deployment, anticipate deployment for short periods of time.
Works under the direction of the HSE Manager
Position is guided by local command, state, federal regulations, KBR policies and procedures
Significant customer influence
One (1) year experience managing a safety program for a military maintenance base.
Bachelor’s Degree in a safety related field or a related physical science. program.
One (1) year experience successfully managing a comparable safety program.
Associate Degree in one of the above mentioned fields of study or a Bachelor Degree in another field of study and at least three (3) years of experience successfully managing a comparable safety program.
In depth knowledge of federal, state and local safety laws, regulations and policies and their application to contractor activities performed under the APS-3 contract, ability to translate technical safety concepts and regulations into practical instruction for lay persons.
Excellent written and oral communication skills and working knowledge of military industrial environmental programs.
Achieve and maintain personnel security requirements to obtain base access credentials and Army IT system access.
Current security clearance and/or National Agency Check with Inquires or Common Access Card, a plus.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to communicate clearly with employees, supervisors, managers and customer to meet HSE objectives.
Current 30 hour OSHA Industrial Safety and 40 hour HAZWOPER certification, a plus.
Supervisory experience – identifying and providing training, coaching, strong organization skills – multi-tasking, prioritizing tasks, employee performance management
KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
Job: Quality - Health - Safety - Environment
Primary Location: US-US-SC-Goose Creek
Req ID: 1073979