Cummings Electrical

  • Safety Coordinator

    Job Locations
    US-TX-Fort Worth
  • Overview

    This position is an integral part of the electrical construction process and is responsible for coordinating construction activities related to electrical, instrumentation and controls on an assigned project.  Responsible for monitoring, documenting, and training construction personnel as it relates to safety and quality of work performed.  Support Project Team in developing and sustaining an Incident and Injury Free Culture (IIFC). This position will report to the Safety Director.

    Please note that we are not accepting agency phone calls or referrals regarding vacancies with this position.

    Responsibilities

    • Support Superintendents in development of Job Hazard Analyses, PROP Plans, MOP’s, and all other project safety related.
    • Communicate with Project Manager or Superintendent regarding concerns about the construction progress.
    • Perform site inspections for quality control and document using predictive Solutions.
    • Coordinate permitting and make ready process.
    • Conducts Job Hazard Analysis and Incident Investigations.
    • Advises personnel regarding safety protocols and procedures to ensure zero injuries and regulatory compliance.
    • Conducts routine and follow-up safety and hazard inspections of company work sites.
    • Responds to emergency situations and participates in incident investigations.
    • Monitors the implementation of all safety related corrective actions and program enhancements.
    • Evaluate effectiveness of safety programs through daily field Regulatory compliance and audit oversight.
    • Provide coaching and mentoring for employees exhibiting unsafe behaviors, and provide recognition for employees exhibiting safe.
    • Provide regular feedback and makes recommendations to Project Team on safety areas for improvement, correcting unsafe conditions and recognition, and provides necessary safety training.
    • Coordinate construction efforts to insure continuity with other contractors and avoid any disruption.
    • Perform new hire training, 60 – day orientations, pre-project orientations and all other safety related training.

    Qualifications

    Education & Experience

    • 3 years verifiable, full-time construction safety experience
    • CSHO- Certified Safety & Health Official

    Preferred Skills & Qualifications

    • OSHA 10 Hour
    • First Aid/CPR Certification
    • CEI Hot Work Classes 1 & 2 (Minimum)
    • CEI 30 Hour Class (Competent person class for safety tops & presenting safety meetings)
    • Ability to work independently
    • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong computer skills and adept at learning new software

    Work Environment

    • 70% Field Work and 30% Office/ Classroom Training
    • Working conditions: Normal office environment (on-site and off-site locations), outside work, extreme temperatures, noisy conditions, shift work, flexible hours and schedules, not afraid of heights, standing long periods of time, extreme temperature conditions.

    Qualified Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States. Qualified Applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now or in the future for employment in the United States.

     

    All applicants will be subject to background check and drug screen.

    Compensation commensurate with experience.

    Comprehensive benefits offered; Health, Dental, Vision & 401K.

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