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TITLE: Safety & Health Specialist
DUTIES: Provides conventional technical assistance to field operations on low to moderate risk
scopes of work to ensure compliance with applicable Federal, State, Local and/or
company safety and health regulations. Under general guidance, applies principles gained
through formal education and/or significant work experience. Analyzes workplace
activities and potential hazards to support initiatives within assigned facility(s) through
review of work packages, walk downs, and observations. Usually functions as a
generalist responsible for multiple Safety & Health (S&H) facets within assigned
facility(s). Responsible for identifying and mitigating hazardous conditions that affect
workers, property, the environment, and the general public.
QUALIFICATIONS: U.S. Citizen
Must pass Savannah River Remediation (SRR) drug and alcohol screening and
have had no previous record of drug or alcohol-related convictions.
Certified as Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST)/ Occupational
Health and Safety Technologists (OHST) a plus;
Associate Safety Professional (ASP), Graduate Safety Practitioner (GSP), or
Certified Safety Professional (CSP) pursuant thereof preferred.
EDUCATION: Bachelorís Degree in Safety, Health, or Industrial Hygiene, Environmental
Engineering or demonstrated equivalent and a minimum of three (3) years of
field experience. May substitute relevant work experience in lieu of Bachelor
Demonstrates comprehensive knowledge of Safety & Health standard theories,
practices, concepts, principles and techniques;
Demonstrates working knowledge of pertinent Safety & Health practices and
Must have a flexible schedule to work on-call as delegated by schedule.
Previous experience with of Safety & Health standard theories, practices,
concepts, principles and techniques.
EXPERIENCE/SKILLS: Operational experience in dynamic and challenging environment.
Knowledgeable of technical aspects and able to display competency in the daily
aspects of both industrial and construction safety. Must be familiar with and able
to apply OSHA regulatory requirements to conditions in the field and make
official interpretations of requirements.
WORK HOURS: The 40-hour workweek schedule will be determined by the assigned facility to
accommodate the current demand of work evolutions and shift rotations.
Candidate may be assigned to various shift schedules.
ACCESS: Clearance as specified by the assigned facility