The Corporate Safety Manager, Projects Segment is responsible for developing and managing the accident prevention program and the laws that relate to the safety of our work.
Including but not limited to:
- Administer, direct and manage compliance with the safety program and lead accident prevention efforts
- Work with the Project Segment District Managers to implement and enhance the Project Segment safety program
- Participate in all Root Cause Analysis calls/meetings and lead the implementation of corrective actions
- Lead the Safety portion of the Project Segment Startup Team engagement on all newly awarded projects
- Develop and facilitate Area “Spring” Safety Meetings,
- Supervise, develop and manage the Project Segment Safety Managers and Safety Representatives
- Oversight of all safety training and education for the regions and assist safety staff when/where needed.
- Measure the Segment and sites performance against published requirements in safety policies.
- Participate in regulatory agency inspections and investigations
- Keep in contact with corporate insurance department to ensure proper documentation has been prepared and maintained on asset loss and workers compensation claims
- Conduct regular walk-through of all work areas to identify hazards, evaluate controls, recommend improvements and communicate with team members. Promote safety visibility
- Analyze safety metrics and review incident trends of accidents, injuries, and near misses
- Audit the workplace organization and associated behaviors
- Oversee project start-up and readiness reviews with management and owner representatives
- Monitoring quality of the health and safety program through SOP implementation
- Verifying and expediting both OSHA and MSHA citation abatements
- Carry out job duties while maintaining Lane values
- Bachelors Degree in Health, Safety and Environment Management or related science/engineering.
- 10+ years’ progressive Safety Management experience in heavy civil construction environment
- Certified safety professional or other similar professional designation preferred. CHST, CSP, CHSO
- Knowledge of commercial/road/bridge construction and commercial safety regulations, safe workplace behaviors and related matters to safety and health
- Must have knowledge and understanding of Construction Safety Orders, MUTCD standards, fail protection, OSHA, MSHA, and other state and federal agency guidelines
- Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment that may require long hours, including nights and weekends
- Experience in implementing safety principles in an operational environment
- OSHA Outreach Trainer (OSHA 500)/OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Certification trainer
- Competent to satisfy MSHA Part 46 Trainer requirements where applicable
- Knowledge of OSHA personnel, policies, procedures, and programs
- Able and willing to travel as required for the role.