PME Construction Corporation
  • Poulsbo, WA, USA
  • DOE
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Position Summary: The Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO) is responsible for overseeing the occupational safety and health program for the assigned project(s) under contract by Port Madison Enterprises Construction Corporation (PMECC), involving a wide variety of high-risk operations, facilities, and environmental conditions. Assignments require coordination with subject matter specialist such as facility and production engineers, medical, fire prevention, security, procurement etc. Assignments cover a wide variety of work operations and environmental conditions, and diverse hazards. Many of the work processes, facilities, and machinery may be unique to this contract and frequent changes occur because of additional workload, changes in mission, or the use of new materials.

Essential Functions:

  • Conducts safety and occupational health inspections and surveys
  • Observes employee performance, environmental conditions, facilities and equipment
  • Identifies hazards and potentially unsafe conditions and practices and analyzes findings and prepares reports including recommendations to eliminate, reduce, or control hazards
  • Reviews and/or prepares accident reports and investigates on those that involved property damage, asset damage, lost time, or have the potential of lost time, to include fact finding interviewsReviews proposed or new regulations, Safety Operating Procedures and makes comments and prepares local directives
  • Prepares and/or presents materials on accident prevention, fire prevention, and other aspects of safety and occupational health to meet training, regulation development, and promotional program requirements
  • Provides training to contractors, subcontractors, staff and employees
  • Provides advice and assistance to supervisors and managers and workforce on safety requirements and procedure, investigations of accidents; survey actions and accident prevention.
  • Responsible to develop safety standards and procedures, in the event none exist
  • Participates in safety committee meetings to answer questions and provide recommendations
  • Stops work if necessary, to resolve matter affecting safety

 

Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

  • S. Degree in Engineering or Construction Management (preferred) or 5-10 years direct construction experience
  • Minimum 5 years' experience in the construction industry with a commercial and/or industrial general contractor engaged in general construction
  • S. Army Corps of Engineers "Construction Safety Management for Contractors" Certification (EM385-1)
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