Sr. Safety Manager

Founded in 1989, Satterfield & Pontikes Construction (S&P) is a builder as firmly rooted in traditional values as we are relentless in our pursuit of cutting-edge tools and technology. An ENR Top 400 Contractor, S&P uses advanced technology to maximize value for our clients and is an industry leader in sustainable construction. Summary of Position:  The Sr. Safety Manager will report to the Safety Director, will maintain all safety files (worker's compensation, jobsite files, training logs etc...). Assist in job site audits and training of employee's and supervisors. Maintain safety expertise through training, reading, and conference and outside experts. Safety Manager is a safety representative of the Safety Department.   Core Competencies: Accountability - Accepts personal responsibility for quality and timeliness of his or her work. Communication - Communicates well both verbally and in writing. Consistency - Consistently follows documented procedures and suggests changes/updates when appropriate. Teamwork - Builds good relationships and rapport with customers, peers, supervisors and managers throughout the organization.   Primary Responsibilities: Process all safety files and maintain files. Coordinate and set up safety job files in a timely manner. Review safety manuals for completeness, accuracy, and conformance. These should be accurately in order and up to datebefore safety manuals goes out or returned with corrections. Maintain a complete and current record of subcontractor illness logs, training logs including a file of letters of any correspondence relating to specific jobs. Weekly review the status of the weekly safety meetings at jobsites. Prepare new jobsite's start-up kit and jobsite safety binder Assist the Safety Director as follows: Maintain and update safety records. Process all safety changes as directed by the Safety Director.   Advise and assist in jobsite audits and safety training. Managing all jobsite injuries. Attend Corporate meeting when Safety Director is unavailable   Qualifications: Minimum of 5 years of construction safety experience including on site           construction safety responsibilities. Special training relevant to scope of work. (CSP, CHST, or equivalent) Current OSHA 30 hour safety course. Working knowledge of safety codes and regulations and hazard control
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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