Precision Concrete Construction, Inc. Safety Representative (Future Oportunities) in Greenville, South Carolina
Precision Concrete Construction, Inc. (www.precision-concrete.com) constructs the most challenging concrete projects throughout the Southeast.
Founded in 1986, Precision Concrete operates on a diverse set of projects throughout the construction industry. Projects cover market sectors such as retail, healthcare, entertainment, institutional, airport, heavy industrial and multifamily.
Plan, develop, coordinate and supervise daily operations of the Safety Department as it relates to jobsite safety, health and environmental protection functions. Coordinate, implement and monitor the corporate safety program at one or various project locations.
Essential Job Functions
Duties include, but will not be limited to
File daily reports.
Perform daily site inspections.
PTP – meet daily.
PPE – meet daily.
Lead Stretch & Flex and provide information to company personnel regarding safety requirements.
Organize pre-job safety planning meeting to plan for potential hazards and problems prior to start of job.
Conduct routine investigations of all job sites and equipment to ensure compliance with company and regulatory agencies requirements; and assessing hazards and coordinating corrective action when necessary.
Investigate property damage and accidents.
Prepare required reports and copy information to appropriate locations.
Investigate and record employee injury reports.
May escort employee for treatment and medical evaluation.
Copy appropriate concerns and provide follow up support.
Arrange for basic first aid training for jobsite personnel.
Inspect jobsites to ensure company safety program and OSHA compliance.
Provide emergency response plans for projects.
Investigate and analyze bodily injury and property damage accidents. Coordinate project safety programs with subcontractors.
Compile and issue regular accident report summaries.
Provide updated information to employees regarding safety requirement changes (legal or otherwise).
Ensure subcontractors are complying with Precision’s & General Contractor’s Safety Program.
Assist with weekly foremen’s and monthly superintendent’s safety meetings.
Identify and handle hourly personnel needing assistance, training, or discipline in meeting corporate safety guidelines and goals.
Complete other responsibilities as assigned.
Educational requirements may include 4-year degree in occupational safety/health or equivalent experience. Advanced training/degree in management preferred.
Three to five years. Knowledge of construction and/or industrial safety requirements, plus thorough understanding and ability to enforce all federal, state, local and company regulations.
Ability to observe and evaluate varied construction conditions.
Ability to work within precise standards of government regulations. Skill in assessment of construction work, selection of forms and administrative tools to perform safety mission.
Ability to read, comprehend and implement specifications, regulations and technical data. Skill in teaching techniques. Personal maturity is an important attribute.
Excellent communication, organizational, supervisory and planning skills required. Ability to investigate/analyze critical situations in a non-emotional manner is vital.
Must be able to travel regionally.
Basic computer skills required.
Must be interested in becoming part of a team and not just a “9 to 5″ person.
Medical and Dental Insurance
401k with company matching
Training and Development