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*****Site Safety & Health Officer for project in Madisonville, LA. (Must be experience)*******#10274077

Madisonville, LA
We are currently seeking a Site Safety & Health Officer for an Island Dike Degradation Project in Madisonville, LA. Experience
TYPICAL DUTIES:
  • Prepare the project Safety Plan and Activity Hazard Analysis for each definable feature of work on the project
  • Ensure compliance with project Accident Prevention Plan
  • Ensure personal protective equipment meets applicable OSHA/EPA requirements and employees are trained on proper use
  • Conducts daily walkthrough of the project site(s) ensuring work is being accomplished safely and occupational health is not compromised
  • Construction Hazard Recognition
  • Safety training of all personnel assigned to project(s) and project site visitors
  • Conducts project safety inspections with follow-up inspections of any open items
  • Subcontractor qualification and training
  • Creation and evaluating activity hazard reviews
  • Regulatory compliance with OSHA and USACE standards
  • Accident and Incident investigations
  • Development and Implementation of Corrective Action Plans
  • Works with project supervision to create safety solutions to safety problems
  • Fosters and maintains a positive safety culture for the project personnel
  • Maintains all safety certifications as required by contract
  • Attends and participate in all preparatory and initial quality control phase meetings
  • Conduct weekly safety meetings for all workers
  • Produce a Daily Safety Report of activities performed
  • Maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner to get along with customers, co-workers, supervisors, and management.
  • Other duties as assigned.
The SSHO shall;
(1) be a full-time responsibility. The SSHO shall be present at the project
site, located so they have full mobility and reasonable access to all major
operations during the shift.
(2) be an employee other than the supervisor, unless specified differently
in the contract and coordinated with the local SOH Office, and report to a
senior project (or corporate) official.
3) as a minimum, must produce a copy of their instructor-signed OSHA
30-hour training card (or course completion if within ninety (90) days of
having completed the training and card has not been issued). They will
have completed:
a. the 30-hour OSHA General Industry safety class (may be webbased
training if the student is able to directly ask questions of the
instructor by chat or phone) or
b. the 30-hour OSHA Construction Industry safety class (may be
web-based training if the student is able to directly ask questions of
the instructor by chat or phone) or
c. as an equivalent, formal construction or industry safety and
health training covering the subjects of the OSHA 30-hour course
and the EM 385-1-1 (see Appendix A, paragraph 3.d.(3)) applicable
to the work to be performed and given by qualified instructors. The
class may be web-based training if the student is able to directly
ask questions of the instructor by chat or phone.
(4) have proof of employment for
a. five (5) years of continuous construction industry safety
experience in supervising/managing general construction
(managing safety programs or processes or conducting hazard
analyses and developing controls), or
b. five (5) years of continuous general industry safety experience in
supervising/managing general industry (managing safety programs
or processes or conducting hazard analyses and developing
controls), or
c. If the SSHO has a Third (3rd) party, Nationally Accredited (ANSI
or National Commission for Certifying Agencies – NCCA) SOHrelated
certification, only four (4) years of experience is needed.
See Appendix Q for list of certifications.
d. maintain competency through having taken eight (8) hours of
documented formal, on-line,
I apologize, the SSHO would not have to do the following:
1. The development of operational programs including:
a. Health and Safety Program;
b. Accident Prevention Program;
c. Comprehensive Hazard Communication Program; and
d. Quality Control Program.
2. The preparation and submission of site plans to USACE including:
a. Health and Safety Plan;
b. Environmental Protection Plan; and
c. Contractor Quality Control Plan.

Pay: 20-27 depending on experience

VETERANS ARE ENCOURAGE TO APPLY 
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