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Mgr - Safety

Total Safety
Christiansted, VI 00820
  • Job Code
    MGRSA01594

Specific Job Duties and Responsibilities


The principal responsibilities of the site Safety Supervisor may include:


Facilitation/Coordination


  • Facilitation and implementation of all components of the Client/Contractor site safety process.

  • Acts as principal technical resource to management on safety issues.

  • Coordinates activities of the site Safety Action Team/Committee.

  • Co-develops written procedures and safe work practices with others.

  • Specifies, orders, receives, maintains and distributes all safety supplies, equipment and personal protective devices.

  • Reviews Rescue Plans.

  • Reviews critical Lift Plans.

  • Reviews Daily Trenching and Excavation Permits

  • Reviews Confined Space Entry Permits

  • Reviews Man Basket Lift Permits

  • Assists / Facilitates all accident (injury and non-injury) investigations and recommends preventative measures.

  • Prepares agenda and topic for weekly supervisor and craft safety meetings.

  • Administers the hearing conservation program and schedules annual audio metric testing.

  • Perform as an assistant to the refinery HSE manager. Enforce all plant safety regulations and procedures. Oversee contractor workforce safety.

  • Ensures injured employees receive appropriate medical attention for their injuries.

  • Assists in the administration of the Drug Alcohol and Contraband Policy including the collection, chain of custody of test samples and communication of test results to the site manager.

  • Coordinates Safety Incentive and Recognition Program

  • Updates and monitors compliance with all written safety plans including:
    • Hazard Assessment Plan

    • Blood borne Pathogens Exposure Plan

    • Exposure Control Plan

    • Airborne Lead Exposure Control Plan

    • Hazard Communication Plan

    • HAZWOPER Safety and Health Plan

  • Coordinates respiratory fit tests on all employees

Training


  • Develops, updates and conducts the following safety training activities:
    • New Hire Orientations and Annual Refresher
      • Hazard Communication

      • Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures

      • Site Safety Rules and Policies

      • Work Permit Systems

    • Personal Protective Equipment

    • Process Safety Management
      • Competent Person Training
        • Excavation and Trenching

        • Safety Equipment Inspection

        • Electrical/High Voltage

        • Equipment Operator Certification

        • HAZWOPER 24 Hour

        • Lock Out/Tag Out Procedures

        • Confined Space Entry Procedures

        • Line Breaking Procedures

        • Asbestos Awareness

        • Ladder & Stairways

        • Fire Protection

        • Proper Hand Tool Use

        • Fall Protection

        • Noise Protection/Hearing Conservation

Audits


  • Audits all aspects of the work place and safety process to insure compliance with regulatory, company and site requirements.

  • Participates in and interprets the findings of the Safety Observation Reports. Insures appropriate corrective action is taken and documented. Takes lessons learned and disseminates this information to others to prevent repeat non-compliance issues.

  • Collects data and statistically analyzes findings and recommends corrective actions to site and home office management

  • Audits the quality of Safe Plans of Action, interfaces with the craft to improve the quality of our safe work plans through discovery learning.

  • Conducts regular housekeeping audits plant wide with members of on site management and craft resources.

Record Keeping/Data Analysis


  • Receives, reviews and maintains all safety related documentation and electronic data files including:

  • Training records

  • Audit results/corrective action plans

  • Safety Observations Reports, collects data and graphs results, looks for trends

  • Personnel Qualification records

  • Competent Person records

  • Updates Site Safety Manuals and Procedure Manuals

  • Logs, analyzes and interprets results from annual audio metric exams

  • Retains all Hazardous Confined Space records and plans

  • Logs, reviews and files Safe Plans of Action and insure all hazards were identified, eliminated or abated in the work plan

  • Maintains OSHA 300 Log

  • Maintains safety meeting records

  • Maintains LEL/O2 meter calibration records

  • Maintains records on all Hazardous Waste activities on site

  • Medical and Medical Surveillance Records

  • Maintains equipment inspection logs (ladders, slings, etc.)

  • Maintains assured grounding log

Qualifications


Education and Experience: Educational and experience requirements include: Occupational safety/health degree or equivalent combinations of technical training and/or industrial related safety and health experience. CSP and/or Bachelors degree required. Knowledge of plant operations is desired.


Other Required Skills, Knowledge or Abilities: The Safety Manager must display a thorough understanding of all federal, state, local, company and client regulations. Must possess the ability to recognize hazardous situations and recommend corrective measures. Must be capable of managing a multicultural workforce. Must be capable of managing a multicultural workforce.


Interpersonal Communications: Good interpersonal and communications skills, including public speaking are required. Computer literacy must be sufficient to communicate effectively through emails and prepare written reports and summarize observations, prepare incident reports and statements, basic spreadsheets and presentations and time and expense reporting.


Physical Demands


This position requires a great deal of stamina with the ability to perform the above essential job functions under considerable pressure and within timetables. The position also requires working long hours from time-to-time as business necessitates.


Employee may be required to climb ladders, scaffolds and elevated platforms. The scope may require climbing access ladders on plant equipment to various heights. At times the employee will be required to enter various types of process areas where work is being performed. Work will occur on hard and uneven surfaces such as gravel and asphalt and cement. Where excavations are present soil conditions will be slippery at times and change as work progresses throughout the project. Work will occur in all weather conditions in an outdoor environment. Some projects require work at night.


Employee will be required to perform the scope of the assignment while wearing the appropriate personal protective equipment, including but not limited to flame retardant clothing, chemical suits, respirators, breathing air equipment, rescue harness, safety harness with lanyards, hardhats, and other equipment required for personal safety.


LIFTING: The employee must be able to lift up to 30 lbs. Occasionally from floor-knuckle, knuckle-shoulder, and shoulder-overhead.


CARRYING: The employee must be able to carry up to 30 lbs. Occasionally for short distances (under 10 feet) and long (over 10 feet) distances.


PUSHING/PULLING: The employee must be able to push/pull up to 30 lbs.


FINE MOTOR COORDINATION: Excellent to nature of skill.


RANGE OF MOTION: Full range of motion required


BALANCE: Excellent balance having to climb/walk as long as fall restraint protection is provided.


VISION: Employee must have normal visual acuity, depth perception, color discrimination for hazardous materials areas when visiting jobsites and/or performing accident investigations. Corrective lenses, when approved must be suitable to industrial / chemical and refining facilities and be ANSI approved safety eyewear and be approved under the Client safety requirements.


HEARING: Sufficient hearing to hear warning signals and co-workers warning of high risks of objects falling and plant warning signs.


FITNESS FOR DUTY: All employees must pass a drug and alcohol (controlled substances) test, a comprehensive background check and a driving record check as a condition of employment.


Work Environment


The employee will be exposed to heat, cold, dust, fumes or gases and to changes of weather.




About Total Safety:



Total Safety is the world's premier provider of integrated safety and compliance services and the products necessary to support them, including gas detection, respiratory protection, safety training, fire protection, compliance and inspection, comprehensive flare services, industrial hygiene, onsite emergency medical treatment/paramedics, communications systems, engineered systems design, and materials management.




Total Safety operates from 176 locations in 20 countries to ensure the safe Wellbeing of Workers Worldwide (W3).




Total Safety is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status or any other protected status.




If you require special assistance or accommodation while seeking employment with Total Safety, please contact Human Resources at (713) 353-5152. (For telecommunications device for the hearing impaired TTY, please contact 711).








Posted: 2019-10-10 Expires: 2019-11-08
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