Safety Director

A rapidly expanding full service roofing & waterproofing contractor is looking to bring on a Safety Director

  • Baltimore, MD
  • $140,000
  • Managed by Jobot Pro: Brad Kerwin
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A bit about us:

We a fully licensed, bonded, and insured full service roofing and waterproofing contractor specializing in flat single-ply roof systems, EPDM, TPO, PVC, Built up Roofs, Modified Bitumen roof systems, metal roofing, roof coatings, and general roof maintenance.

Why join us?

We are a full service roofing and waterproofing contractor serving the Midatlantic and Eastern Seaboard areas.

We take pride in providing our customers with unparalleled services and products while maintaining a safe working environment for all employees.

Job Details

Job Description of a Safety Manager
The primary function of a safety professional or safety manager is that of
management. Management of the safety program is an essential component
to having an effective safety program. The safety manager should bring tools
and resources to supervision, but not be tasked with being a “safety cop.” A
Safety Manager should be given authority and respect, otherwise field
personnel will not take the Safety Manager seriously.

The Safety Manager should identify deficiencies and find solutions to safety
and loss control issues. Some of these issues and solutions will be the safety
manager’s responsibility. However, supervisors should be asked to correct
many of the problems. This will be very important in regard to building a
“culture” where employees/supervision will be self-sufficient in identifying
problems and correcting them without a safety manager.

Ultimately, the Safety Manager will ensure compliance with corporate, OSHA,
state, local, industry specific and client safety requirements and conducting
root-cause analysis of health and safety incidents. Our goal is to have Zero
work related accidents!
Credentials Preferred
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Associated Safety Professional (ASP) are the highest regarded credentials of a safety professional.
  • Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) is another certification that is highly regarded.
  • OSHA 500 and 501 certifications are recommended for the Safety Manager. These certifications are necessary to teach OSHA 10 and 30 hour training programs. A 30 hour course is mandatory for anyone in the safety role.
  • Crane and Rigging Training is recommended as an awareness basis.
  • Safety Manager should have a thorough understanding for OSHA 1926 Standards for the construction industry.
  • Safety Manager should have a thorough understanding of OSHA Recordkeeping.

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