Safety Manager

Posted: November 14, 2016

Expiration Date: Open

Job Type: Full Time

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FINFROCK is an independently owned design-builder with over 70 years of experience delivering innovative solutions for more than 40 million square feet of new construction and 200 design-build projects.

By consolidating the design, manufacturing, construction and logistics of a project under one roof, FINFROCK acts as a single-source of responsibility — from concept through construction — delivering projects as a completed building rather than a series of services. We believe our employees’ satisfaction directly relates to the satisfaction our clients have with us. As such, participation in our Professional Development Program will give the successful candidate an in-depth understanding of the company, which is crucial to success in this role.

We are currently seeking a Safety Manager oversees and develops the company safety program.
The role also oversees various projects to implement safety programs for each jobsite. The scope of the job will include maintenance of accurate records of safety concerns, development of risk mitigation plans, tracking OSHA compliance and DOB Site Safety compliance, provide recommendations to prevent and/or resolve safety violations, perform follow-up investigations of jobsite accidents, accompany insurance company representatives on periodic inspections, respond and follow-up on recommendations provided by the insurance company and participate in regular jobsite and plant safety meetings.

Essential functions include:

Ensure safety policies and procedures to be followed by company personnel in compliance with local, state and federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations. Track OSHA compliance and Site Safety compliance.
Maintain accurate records of safety concerns.
Develop risk mitigation plans.
Provide recommendations to prevent and/or resolve safety violations.
Perform follow-up investigations of jobsite accidents.
Respond and follow-up on recommendations provided by insurance company.
Establish and maintain specific data related to incidents.
Administer all Safety Data Sheet books and the Safety Date Sheet database.
Inspects machines and equipment for accident prevention devices.
Observes workers to determine use of safety equipment such as glasses, hard hats, respirators and clothing. Provide recommendations to the Purchasing Department on the need for personal protective equipment.
Inspects specified areas in the plant and on jobsites for fire prevention equipment and other safety and first-aid supplies. Coordinates with Quality Control on various needs for the plant and job sites.
Tests working areas for noise, toxic and other hazards.
Prepares report of findings with recommendations for corrective action and communicates the results to management.
Audit facilities to detect existing or potential accident and health hazards and recommends corrective or preventative measures where indicated.
Keep managers and employees alerted as to the hazards of working with toxic fumes, dangerous chemicals, and any other hazardous substances.
Complies and submits accident reports required by regulatory agencies and participates in investigating accidents to ascertain causes for use in recommending preventive safety measures and developing safety program.
Develops and conducts safety training.
Assists with the administration of workers’ compensation program.
Devises, supervises and coordinates training programs or media which will increase proficiency in safe practices and promote safety consciousness.
Represents the organization in community or industry safety groups and programs.
Facilitates monthly safety committee meetings and provides a written summary with action plan each month.
Maintains safety files and records.
Performs other related duties as required and assigned.

Required Education and Experience: A bachelor’s degree in architecture, engineering, construction management, or occupational safety and health is preferred and four to six years’ experience in safety. Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) designation is preferred. Strong presentation, research, analysis, and independent judgment abilities are necessary. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as highly organized and detail oriented.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package including:

401K plan with potential employer contribution (while dependent on company profits, 100% matching contribution majority of past 15 years)
generous paid time off
employer paid health insurance for employee and contribution toward “family” coverage
life insurance
short-term and long-term disability insurance

For more information about FINFROCK, please go to If you are interested in working with a stable, expanding organization, please submit your resume, including your salary expectations. Must have current authorization to work in the United States, no sponsorships available; DFWP/EEOE; Tobacco-free employer.

Individual Candidates Only — No Placement Services.

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:

communication skills: 1 year
highly organized: 1 year

Required licenses or certifications:

Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
Driver's License
Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)

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