Hillsboro, OR, US
The Safety Manager will have oversight responsibility for all Omega Morgan disciplines, for various job site locations. The Safety Manager will report to the Omega Morgan Safety Director, assisting with (but not limited to) implementation of safety programs & policies, safety training, assisting employees and supervision in the development of risk assessment & mitigation, incident & accident management, oversight of field & facility activities, and safety audits & inspections. The Safety Manager will ensure that the company’s commitment to safety and health and compliance with all federal, state, and local laws & regulations is embraced by all employees of the organization.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Participate in the development and implementation of Omega Morgan EHS Program & Policies
- Advise Omega Morgan team regarding safety protocols, programs, policies & procedures, and training, to ensure all employees sustain our safety vision: “a Safety Culture which empowers & engages employees and other team members in maintaining and sustaining an Incident & Accident Free Work Environment.”
- Provide proactive leadership and vision in the reduction of Omega Morgan’s safety and health risk exposure. Minimizing risk through hazard analysis and establishing appropriate controls.
- Supports and administer event management (such as; near-miss, incident, injury, accidents (vehicle & property), and lost time events), including incident & accident investigation, reporting, establishing root cause and corrective action, and any follow-up on safety performance issues. Assist in minimizing the financial liabilities as well as human suffering associated with work-related injuries, illnesses, vehicle accidents, property damage, and natural disasters.
- Conduct site safety audits, mentoring & coaching employees of any Unsafe Conditions, Unsafe Behaviors, and Hazard observations, to assess the execution of the Omega Morgan Safety Program. And, review employee/contractor safety performance against applicable laws, regulations, and requirements.
- Conduct EHS training and maintain a database
- Assist with 3rd Party qualifications
- Prepare and maintain health and safety plans prepared for site customers.mascsr
- Maintain open communication with internal and external individuals, companies, and government agencies on current and future safety issues. Prepares and presents written and oral reports to management.
- Respond to safety, health, and environmental complaints and issues, as deemed appropriate, including client-based issues, outside company issues and observations, and OSHA consultation and compliance.
- Represents the Company’s interests and responsibilities through client sponsored meetings and outside agencies such as; OSHA, and OR OSHA, WA Labor & Industries, etc
KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS REQUIREMENTS…
- Theories, principles and practices of occupational safety & health, including (but not limited to) general industry, construction, industrial insurance, and risk management
- Applicable local, state, and federal laws, rules and regulations governing industrial facilities & construction sites for the company’s facilities and job sites
- Principles of safety engineering, as it applies to Omega Morgan work tasks, such as: OSHA and DOT General Industry/Construction Safety orders and other applicable regulations relating to employee safety and accident prevention. Operations, Maintenance, Construction, and environmental health and safety hazards to be found in a large scale industrial project.
- Accident prevention techniques and devices
- Methods used to correct existing and potential safety hazards
- Hazardous materials management
- Principles of training, employee evaluation, and employee relations
- Must be a self-starter, able to work with minimal supervision
- Be a good leader, transmit and embed high values & standards (Lead by Example)
- Analyze situations; recognize, identify and recommend corrective actions
- Understand, interpret, and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, contracts, and labor/management agreements
- Prepare comprehensive reports and correspondence
- Ability to grow relationships; maintain professionalism with various levels of employees and outside representatives
- Ability to provide convincing presentations; e.g. safety topics, safety training, etc.
- Ability to gather and interpret data
- Ability to define problems, compile, analyze, and interpret complex data and interpret publications & instructions, establishing facts and draw valid conclusions
- Being humble; recognize the knowledge and worth of the front-line worker
- Make, support, and explain recommendations and decisions
- Adept at using various computer applications; e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.
- Communicate effectively, orally and in writing
- Must have good interpersonal skills: Reflective Listening and Appropriate self-disclosure
- Ability to prioritize tasks in an ever-changing environment
- Good organizational, leadership and motivational skills
- Conduct injury & accident investigation, using Root Cause Analysis
The work of this classification is performed both indoors in an office or classroom environment and outdoors in a variety of weather conditions, including inclement weather. Incumbents may travel regularly to various worksite locations, which may involve walking over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces in addition to standing and sitting for long periods of time with the ability to move at will. Operating and training staff on various types of machinery and equipment, ranging from respiratory protection, and forklifts, MEWP’s, trucks, other lifting equipment requires the ability sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, lift arms above shoulder level, and use hands to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms. Specific vision abilities required by this classification include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Incumbents communicate with others face-to-face, by telephone, and in group settings when responding to questions, providing training or making formal presentations and will be expected to read, comprehend, and draws inferences from written material. This position will utilize a computer to produce written documents, which requires continuous or repetitive arm/hand movements. Moving training materials requires the ability to lift and carry items weighing up to 50 pounds short distances.