Corporate Safety Director
Date Posted: August 7, 2023
Subject to pre-employment and random drug screening, including THC.
Oversees the Company safety program, including loss prevention and accident prevention programs.
- Leads a team of safety professionals in furthering the goal of providing an exceptional safety program that ensures the protection of personnel and property from hazard or harm.
- Acts as in-house resource on multi-state safety laws, rules and requirements. Provides support to project managers and superintendents to comply with the rules and regulations related to safety.
- Identifies safety issues and ways in which to solve them. Produces policies, programs and initiatives to promote the safety program, improve the company’s safety record and correct identified deficiencies in the program.
- Produces quarterly safety meetings and training programs to raise safety awareness and retain the certifications required by the company for jobsite personnel. Maintains records of training and tracks need for training updates.
- Performs safety audits and inspections of jobsites on a routine and special basis to verify that program goals are being met. Submits field reports, makes recommendations for improvement, is authorized to stop work to correct situations of immediate danger.
- Responds immediately to take control of major incidents and accidents on jobsites. Performs investigations and prepares detailed records of incidents and accidents. Collects and retains evidence for future actions. Develops follow up and corrective plans based on accident causation.
- Raises the awareness of employees and managers toward safety through programs and functions such as safety awards, newsletters and safety incentives.
- Responsible for composing, distributing and assuring compliance with Company safety rules and regulations.
- Manages industrial injury claims activities. Develops light duty and return-to-work strategies for injured employees. Makes decisions on kept-on-salary situations. Works with the AGC Group Retro Program to close claims.
- Keeps detailed and accurate records of safety metrics and reports to President and/or Management Committee on safety issues, accidents and outcomes.
- Prepares individual safety pre-qualification documents and presentations for client submittals and marketing materials. Presents safety program at client meetings when invited.
- Attends training to improve knowledge. Attends meetings of professional safety management organizations as necessary to keep abreast of new developments in construction safety.
- OSHA: 8 years (Required)
- Presentation skills: 8 years (Required)
- Computer skills: 8 years (Required)
- Report writing: 8 years (Required)
- Construction Safety: 8 years (Required)
Compensation & Benefits
Fisher Construction Group provides a highly competitive wage and benefits package. Depending on experience, employment offers will range between $125,000 to $150,000 annually, with a potential annual performance bonus.
The Fisher benefits package includes:
- 401(k) matching
- Dental insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Health insurance
- Health savings account
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Professional development assistance
- Vision insurance