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CORPORATE SAFETY DIRECTOR (CSD)- Astruian Construction

Posted: Sep 18, 2019

JOB TITLE

CORPORATE SAFETY DIRECTOR (CSD)

REPORTS TO

PRESIDENT

Job purpose

The Corporate Safety Director (CSD) is responsible for the leadership, training, and continual enhancement of safety at Asturian.  The strong culture of safety is a component to the overall success of Asturian and the Director must continuously strive to promote, preserve, and protect the overarching goal of providing a safe work environment for our employees, subcontractors, clients, and general public.  The CSD, as a member of the Asturian Executive Team, is provided full support from a top-down safety belief system and designated autonomy to control all aspects of corporate safety.

Duties and responsibilities

Employee Hiring:

  • Review credentials, background, and potential employee candidate’s commitment to safety.
  • Participate in the hiring process of operations personnel to ensure new hires possess, or have the ability, to conduct safety in accordance with the established corporate program(s).
  • Conduct employee onboarding training and establish the baseline for continuing safety education and development.
  • Compile documents, certifications, and credentials for all new hires related to safety.

Employee Education, Development, and Assessment:

  • Maintain employee certifications and ensure credentials are current.
  • Coordinate with Marketing to ensure employee resumes are current specific to safety credentials and certification.
  • Provide continuing education programs specific to safety.
  • Present safety educational sessions for each Monday corporate staff meeting.
  • Conduct monthly safety educational sessions for Operations.
  • Conduct employee counseling sessions related to safety.
  • Provide input and assessment on Operations employees for annual evaluations.
  • Manage the corporate safety budget related to employees.

Corporate Programs and Controls:

  • Maintain, enhance, and continuously manage the corporate safety policies and procedures.
  • Maintain, enhance, and continuously manage the project specific safety policies and procedures.
  • Manage the PPE program, ensure adequate supplies are maintained, maintenance/inspection of equipment updated, and overall inventory controlled.
  • Coordinate with Marketing to ensure all PPE is branded according to standards.
  • Maintain and Manage the corporate safety metrics, training, and culture related to safety.
  • Provide monthly, quarterly, and annual safety reports.
  • Manage regional Safety Managers and ensure corporate safety programs are implemented and controlled.
  • Establish and oversee compliance to regulatory policies and corporate policies and procedures.
  • Establish and implement strategies for Loss management, Workers Comp, and Insurance.
  • Establish an annual approved strategic plan and operating budget aligned with the Senior Management Team goals
  • Responsible for the overall direction of the operations safety groups to improve safety performance throughout the organization.
  • Drive and implement compliance and training processes throughout the organization to improve the risk performance of the organization.
  • Facilitate regular meetings with President, Senior Leadership, & Finance to evaluate department and project budgets along with loss management and leadership responsibility.
  • Update dashboard and facilitate regular reviews with the operations and senior leadership.
  • Communicate clearly and directly with employees concerning performance expectations, and accountability ensuring that communication is ongoing, clear, concise, and complete.
  • Create a sense of urgency and accountability across all functions of the EH&S team and develop the organization to a higher level of effectiveness.
  • Oversee leadership development and development of technical career paths, apprenticeship programs etc.

Preconstruction and Project Services:

  • Collaborate and support Preconstruction with evaluations, assessments, and guidance related to project approach and safety on potential projects.
  • Support proposal submissions through guidance, input, and narratives related to corporate and project specific safety.
  • Support Project Services requirements by providing guidance, input, and direction related to project schedules, logistic plans, environmental reviews, and project close-out.
  • Attend and participate in client interviews and proposal presentations.

Marketing and Business Development:

  • Support the Marketing Department by ensuring the message and materials convey the corporate safety goals and mission.
  • Support the Marketing Department by ensuring the branding standards are maintained and adhered to.
  • Promote the safety program and culture of Asturian by participating in/with industry events, organizations, job fairs, community events, and related programs.
  • Administer the PMS for accuracy to include the Commitment, Change Event and Budget Tabs.

Qualifications

State the minimum qualifications required to successfully perform the job. These are the qualifications that are necessary for someone to be considered for the position.

All qualifications must comply with provincial human rights legislation.

Qualifications include:

  • 10+ years’ experience in a dedicated safety position.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related discipline with specialized leadership training and/or demonstrated capability to perform job responsibilities through previous experience and education
  • 10+ years’ experience in Management positions with increasing responsibilities
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or eligibility to sit for CSP Examination Must have extensive knowledge of OSHA, USACE, and State regulations
  • Familiarity with state and federal hazardous waste and stormwater regulations
  • Current knowledge of regulatory government requirements rules and regulations
  • Must have strong analytical and data – driven skill set
  • Experience with “hands – on” projects
  • Must possess strong leadership, communication and organizational skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Working conditions

The working conditions will a combination of office and field.  The CSD will be required to perform site visits, attend meetings, and perform duties outside of the office.  Project inspections will require the individual to be outdoors for an extended period.  Due to the geographical expanse of Asturian, weather conditions include extreme cold and heat.  Site conditions may involve mud, rugged terrain, use of ladders, and construction site obstacles.

Location

The position is in the Asturian corporate office, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Physical requirements

The physical requirements associated with the position are limited.  Physical requirements will include the use of ladders, lifting, moving of safety related materials, demonstrations related to safety, etc.  Repetitive tasks are associated with typing, filing, data entry, note taking, and general clerical duties.

Direct reports

President

Advertising Description for Position

Asturian, a General Contractor headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia is conducting a national search for the position of Corporate Safety Director (CSD).  Asturian’s portfolio of work includes Government, Higher Education, Transportation, Healthcare, Mixed-Use, Hospitality, Historic Preservation, Industrial and Infrastructure; with current work in 16 States and expanding.  Project profiles include new construction, renovation, site work, marine, remote locations, multi-story, site work, restricted access and high security conditions, clean rooms, infection control, and more.  The CSD is responsible for the direction of the corporate safety program, safety culture, continuous education, training, and leadership.  Candidate must   possess a bachelor’s degree in related discipline with specialized leadership training and/or demonstrated capability to perform job responsibilities through previous experience and education.  All applications will be held in strict confidence.  Please submit inquires and resumes to employment@asturiangroup.com.  Asturian is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Risk & Safety Analyst- City of Manassas

Posted: Sep 18, 2019

Description

Customer Service.  Stewardship.  Honesty.  Integrity.  Respect. Teamwork.  If you share our core values, then you may be the ideal candidate to be the next Risk & Safety Analyst for the City of Manassas.  Are you a problem solver?  Are you a community builder?  Do you value diverse job duties and opportunities? Become a strategic partner in helping us foster a safe and healthy work environment!  The City of Manassas recognizes that our employees are our biggest asset. We work collaboratively to solve problems and introduce creative solutions.  If you are a creative team player with a risk and safety background, we invite you to apply for this opportunity.The successful incumbent selected for this position will be able to perform administrative, field and technical work in the development, enforcement, analysis, and administration of safety and risk management programs, which may include safety management, OSHA compliance, worker’s compensation, injury management, and liability management; provides administrative and management support to risk and safety programs in administrative, organizational, operational and budget matters.  Provides highly responsible and complex assistance to the Human Resources Director.The hiring range for this position will fall between $56,118.40 – $74,339.20/DOQ

Job Functions

The essential job responsibilities for this position are listed below:

Administers the City’s safety program: serves as chair of the Safety Committee reviewing all accidents and making recommendations for mitigation and discipline; conducts site inspections as necessary; conducts safety training; monitors work environment and use of safety equipment to ensure safety of employees and other individuals; ensures adherence to established safety procedures; and initiates any actions necessary to correct deviations.  Develops applicable workplace safety policies, procedures, and processes for the City. Interprets risk policies, procedures and regulations to provide guidance, consultation and assistance to both management and other City staff on various risk matters such as safety issues, workers’ compensation and other liability issues. Conducts or provides safety training to all City departments in areas such as: Work Zone Traffic Safety, Driver Training, Flagger training, CPR, First Aid, Lifeguard Training, and all sections of OSHA, Environmental Protection Agency, DEQ, and NFPA laws and regulations. Such training shall include classroom lectures, demonstrations, hands-on instruction and tailgate seminars.  Develops and implements internal safety rules, policies, and guidelines; prepares safety manuals, training outlines, and guides; conducts research for up-to-date information; conducts new hire orientation. Oversees and assists in the investigation of accidents and the preparation of material and evidence for hearings, lawsuits, and insurance investigations: reviews accident reports, medical provider invoices/statements, diagnostic evaluations, and patient records; prepares injury reports and accident/investigation records; processes claims for loss recovery; follows up on status of claims to ensure timely resolution; and coordinates difficult cases with insurance consultants, brokers, claims adjusters, and various safety committees. Serves as designated Infection Control Officer for the City; receives calls from employees and medical providers to determine if an employee has been exposed to the extent that medical attention is required.  Compiles or monitors administrative and/or statistical data pertaining to risk management activities: captures, compiles, analyzes quarterly loss trend analysis; reports and maintains injury and accidents in accordance with OSHA regulations; files mandatory reports for environmental compliance; tracks monthly insurance certificate to insure vendor certificates are current with appropriate limits; summarizes data and prepares reports. Conducts random drug testing for commercial driver licenses and public safety personnel in accordance with Federal mandates. Performs related duties as assigned. Full job description details are located under the Job Descriptions sections of the Job Opportunities page.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Health, Public Administration or related field; supplemented by three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in risk management, health and safety; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Special Requirements

This position is subject to regular on call and occasional weekend hours.Requires thorough knowledge of the principles and practices safety methods relative to risk management, OSHA, safety, and accident prevention.Certification as an OSHA Authorized General Industry Trainer and OSHA Authorized Construction Trainer is required.Must also be certified as a First Aid and CPR Instructor.

Website

http://www.manassascity.org/hr/jobs

Cox Enterprises- Safety and Risk Consultant

Posted: Sep 18, 2019

Primary Location: 7741 Southern Dr, Springfield,VA US

Other Locations:

Division: Cox Communications Inc

Job Level: Individual Contributor

Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time

Schedule: Full-time

Shift: Day Job

Requisition Number: 199719

Role Summary:

The Safety Consultant is responsible for assuring the reduction and severity of Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) claims through educating employees and leadership on proper incident reporting, serving as a liaison with insurance carriers and medical personnel, and communicating claim trends, frequency and costs to leadership.  In addition, he/she participates in EHS activities such as inspections, audits and training, as well as provides support for special projects or issues that have the potential to affect employee health and safety.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Ensures injured employees receive proper medical attention and maintains close liaison with preferred medical providers and Third-Party Administrator (TPA).
  • Ensures that the company makes every effort to reasonably accommodate those employees with special physical challenges and authorizes the Modified Duty program as applicable.
  • Educates employees who have been injured on the job or involved in an auto accident and works closely with HR/Employee Relations with regard to developing employees to prevent re-occurrence, if warranted.
  • Compiles and accurate analyzes monthly auto accident and injury reports, identifying trends and areas of concern.
  • Ensures all reported claims are investigated and reported to TPA in a timely manner.  Provides additional information as warranted in the event litigation occurs.
  • Conducts ergonomic assessments, studies complaints, makes recommendations for new workstations/work environments and conducts ergonomic training sessions.
  • Coordinates and conducts on-going EHS initiatives including on-going or new safety training programs.
  • Researches various safety issues in response to internal customer needs and requests and provides recommended solutions.
  • Assists in maintaining current and accurate records, including OSHA, Worker’s Compensation and DOT/driver files.  Participates in calls/meetings with Worker’s Compensation adjusters as they pertain to claim status and processing.
  • Assists in communications/presentations for New Employee Orientation, Safety Committee, leadership and company communications to enhance the development of safety initiatives.
  • Has access to confidential employee records including safety, risk, and employee information and maintains confidentiality, including HIPAA requirements.
  • Works proactively to audit, assess and maintain safety and risk mitigation programs, oversight of contracted services, and expansion of enterprise risk management by serving on safety committees.
  • Responsible for the successful creation and maintenance of new and existing injury reduction plans and interventions.
  • Leads the design, development, and implementation of training programs, including train-the-trainer programs, for targeted workplace safety work groups.
  • Oversees and completes projects that vary in scope and scale while ensuring compliance with regulatory standards and financial allocations.
  • Actively contributes to and participates in Business Continuity Plan (BCP) proceedings, as necessary.
  • Prepares and disseminates injury rate data, risk analysis, mitigation strategies, and related information to workplace safety work groups and management.
  • Uses a variety of software applications to research, compose reports, analyze data, and present information using written and multimedia strategies.
  • Maintains the accident and fire prevention programs for an assigned geographic territory.
  • Identifies unsafe conditions. Determines accident cause factors and facilitates appropriate remedial actions.
  • Responsible for developing a quality program that supports continuous improvement in processes, procedures, and work standards.
  • Manages a risk identification process for the organization’s operations, departments, and services. Educates and assists other managers in assessing their areas of responsibility for exposures to loss and unsafe processes and conditions.
  • Maintains a risk management information system. Collects, evaluates, and reports on events, incidents, and claims. Performs statistical analysis and trending of events and claims to pinpoint high risk areas for management attention.
  • Reviews and analyzes incident reports, rates by severity, and conducts all follow-up as identified from review.  Completes trending analysis to identify top priority areas for improvement.
  • Investigates all significant events as deemed necessary.  Assists with communication and documentation of errors or serious events in accordance with legal requirements and/or accreditation standards.
  • Coordinates risk and safety management orientation and continuing education programs for providers, management, and staff to enhance awareness of their role in employee safety, risk reduction, and event reporting.
  • Acts as liaison to outside agencies such as local, state, federal, or voluntary accrediting agencies.
  • Interfaces with local, state and federal regulatory agencies on complex permitting, reporting and related issues. Works with internal teams to provide technical expertise to health and safety procedures.

Qualifications:

Minimum

  • 2+ years of Safety/Risk related experience including Workmen’s comp, auto liability and general liability claims management.
  • Advanced written and verbal communication and people skills.
  • High School Diploma or GED required.
  • Successful project management experience.
  • Self-sufficient and can work with limited guidance.
  • Ability to effectively partner and consult with field leaders.
  • Skilled in identifying trends and strategically identifying and implementing resolutions under the direction of the Manager, Safety and Risk.
  • Able to represent the company with regulatory agencies such as OSHA, DOT, etc.
  • Experience conducting ergonomic assessments and providing recommendations for remediation.
  • Experience conducting accident investigations, preferably within a highly regulated industry or related field.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with ability to balance quickly changing priorities.
  • Experience conducting ergonomic and automotive investigations.
  • Knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio and SharePoint programs.
  • Valid local state Driver’s License with driving record that meets Cox standards.
  • Able to regularly travel between locations within region as well as other Cox locations across the country; includes overnight travel.

Preferred

  • BS/BA degree in related discipline strongly desired (i.e., Marketing, Business, etc.)
  • Experience in telecommunications industry desired.
  • Certification or accreditation from a Safety and Risk Management Association or a governing body desired.
  • Knowledge of accident prevention and loss control.
  • 1-2 years’ experience managing Worker’s Compensation and/or auto claims.

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About Cox Communications

Cox Communications is committed to creating meaningful moments of human connection through broadband applications and services. The largest private telecom company in America, we proudly serve six million homes and businesses across 18 states. We’re dedicated to empowering others to build a better future and celebrate diverse products, people, suppliers, communities and the characteristics that makes each one unique. Cox Communications is the largest division of Cox Enterprises, a family-owned business founded in 1898 by Governor James M. Cox.

Cox is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer – All qualified applicants/employees will receive consideration for employment without regard to that individual’s age, race, color, religion or creed, national origin or ancestry, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, ethnicity, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Statement to ALL Third-Party Agencies and Similar Organizations:  Cox accepts resumes only from agencies with which we formally engage their services.  Please do not forward resumes to our applicant tracking system, Cox employees, Cox hiring manager, or send to any Cox facility.  Cox is not responsible for any fees or charges associated with unsolicited resumes.

Job ID: 199719

https://jobs.coxenterprises.com/ShowJob/JobId/319321/jobs.coxenterprises.com?prefilters=none&CloudSearchLocation=none

 

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