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[Safety Specialist] Construction Safety Subject Matter Expert

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Assist the project team with the proactive and effective implementation of Integrated Safety Management principles and achievement of its zero-injury goal. The incumbent will serve as a Subject Matter Expert in assisting the team with
1) finding practical, effective solutions for addressing work place hazards and meeting requirements
2) coaching and mentoring workers on safe-work practices and requirements
3) frequently observing work in the field to verify application of required controls and identify changed or changing conditions.
CORE

Assist Recovery managers, supervisors and workers in fulfilling their roles and responsibilities for safely completing the project in accordance with requirements; specific duties include:
● As SME, assist in finding effective, safe-work solutions to hazards and safety challenges
● Assist with the preparation, review and approval of JHAs and review project procedures for identification of hazards and appropriate controls
● Conduct pre-shift work area walk-throughs to verify conditions are safe to proceed
● Assist with pre-job/shift meetings to ensure workers are properly briefed as to the hazards and required controls
● Continuously observe work in the field for changed or changing conditions and verify effective application of controls and pause or stop work when needed
● Proactively identify and communicate problems at their incipient stage and assist project team with their prompt and effective resolution
● Pause or stop work, if needed
● Review ECNs for the potential introduction of new hazards and safety challenges
● Assist with project team and ESH organization in reporting safety data and information
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Education and Experience
● High school diploma (required), and associate degree from an accredited college or equivalent in a related field of study (preferred)
● 10 years + direct experience serving as a safety specialist in the construction or power industries, or Department of Energy research laboratory complex with degree
● 12 years + direct experience serving as a safety specialist in the construction or power industries, or Department of Energy research laboratory complex
General knowledge and experience with OSHA 1910 and 1926 requirements
● In-depth experience with core hazards including confined space, hazardous energy sources, elevated work, rigging and material handling, work planning and control systems
● Strong written communication skills including the preparation of technical procedures
● Ability to effectively communicate with supervisors, co-workers and front-line workers
● Experience working with multi-trade workforce including mechanical technicians/laborers, electricians and riggers.


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