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What is a Corporate Safety Manager Job Description?

The candidate should be an experienced corporate safety manager, with at least 10 years experience in construction safety having worked for a general contractor. This person will travel to projects and offices and oversee our entire safety program including overseeing all aspects of corporate safety including accident investigations; safety training; site audits; equipment inspections; drug tests; employee records; corporate reporting, and OSHA compliance. He or she will also coordinate with the risk management team, and be involved in risk management activities, but would not need to be a risk management expert. The position could be based in any of the existing offices from the West Coast, Midwest and East Coast.

There are roughly 9 safety managers that would report to this person, and he/she would report to the president. Someone who is currently a risk manager with safety reporting to them would be OK if they came up through safety, as opposed to another field.

The candidate should be a CSP, must also be OSHA certified, instruct CPR and First Aid, and be familiar with lead and asbestos certification. In addition, the candidate should have experience in fall/lead/respiratory protection; confined spaces; lock out/tag out; hazardous materials and heavy/aerial equipment. Knowledge of relevant codes/standards (i.e. OSHA including 40 hour course, ANSI, NEC), strong written/verbal communication skills, and the ability to manage and lead as a national corporate director of safety are a must.
 




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