McCarthy's Southwest Division is currently seeking a Safety Manager. This position is responsible for the safety efforts on one large project or several complex projects. The Safety Manager will be responsible for overall administration of the Safety Guidelines on the projects.
- Monitor and discuss safety programs and efforts with on-site subcontractors and McCarthy employees, ensuring safety is part of our culture and that all new hires have proper safety documents and information
- Conduct documented safety and health inspections no less than twice per month, coordinating compliance reports with McCarthy's insurance company
- Coordinate with Project Supervision so that necessary protective equipment and safety materials are utilized, adequate first aid materials are available and safety documents are posted on-site
- Investigate all injuries and review all accident reports, coordinating corrective measures with McCarthy employees and logging injuries/illnesses for OSHA purposes
- Minimize construction hazards and enforce safety policies utilizing the company's disciplinary policy
- Conduct/coordinate Project Safety “Toolbox“ meetings with all McCarthy employees on a weekly basis
- Record and forward copies of all safety related meetings, programs, safety pre-plans, inspections, correspondence, directives, citations, etc. to the Division Safety Director for tracking
Skills & Qualifications
- 5+ years experience managing safety efforts of large healthcare construction or federal projects
- Bachelor's degree in related field required
- OSHA 500 and CSTA certifications required
- Ability to manage/administer safety orientations, oversee substance abuse programs, investigate/report on injuries/illnesses/near misses and perform other various safety functions on-site
- Ability to work with all construction groups- management, owners, trades and subcontractors
- Excellent communication, organizational, decision-making and problem solving skills
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