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Employer: Citadel Electric Group Inc.
Duties and Responsibilities May Include:Safety Leadership:Lead in the administration of all aspects of Citadel Electric’s safety programBe a 24/7 safety resource for Citadel Electric personnelCreates annual plan for improvement to various safety metrics such as EMR, TRIR, etc.Support the development, planning, and implementation of safety and other related policies and proceduresResponsible for communicating with field leadership and project managers to ensure they follow company policies and local, state, and federal workplace regulationsMonitors hazards and makes recommendations for incident prevention to operating company leadershipOversight of prefabrication shop safety programImplementation of fleet, equipment, and tool safety and asset management programCompliance Documentation and Record Keeping:Completes required reporting for OSHA, Avetta, Veriforce, PSMS, and other third parties as requiredAdminister training, safety recordkeeping, and documentation for compliance to safety training policies and requirements Perform safety and equipment audits of company, job sites and PPE safety equipment to identify and correct potential safety hazards and ensure compliance with the safety program.Prepares site-specific safety plans as requiredTraining:Perform regular safety training sessions and coordinate toolbox talks Monitors the training needs of the workforce Conduct or facilitate electrical and construction specific safety training and education programs to supervisory and field employees through formal training classes, safety meetings, or other venues.Maintain organized records for all training.Accident InvestigationLeads the investigation of safety-related damage incidents, employee injuries or occupational illnesses, and motor vehicle accidents to determine cause and contributing factors.Facilitate and help administer insurance claims with the appropriate leaders and insurance contacts.Assist in job site accident, near-miss and occupational injury investigations to determine probable root causes. Provide recommendations for improvements.Requirements and QualificationsB.A. / B.S. or equivalent trade experience required, experience with Electrical safety programs is a plusConstruction Safety Professional (CSP) certificationOSHA 305 years minimum leadership experience in addressing and reducing risk in a labor-intensive industry, preferably construction.Strong knowledge of, or ability to gain knowledge of local, state, and federal environmental health and safety regulations and practices in construction and general industry applications,Strong understanding of business processesStrong interpersonal, management, communication, writing, and organizational skillsExperience operating independently with little day-to-day supervisionExperience with and ability to interact with others effectively through virtual means (MS Teams, Webex, Zoom)Experience with MS 365 applicationsExperience with OSHA reporting requirementsExperience with third party safety qualification programs such as Avetta, ISNetworld, Veriforce, etc.Pass background check to access secure facilities such as schools and military bases