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Safety Director

Duties and Responsibilities May Include:

Safety Leadership:
  • Lead in the administration of all aspects of Citadel Electric’s safety program
  • Be a 24/7 safety resource for Citadel Electric personnel
  • Creates 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 procedures
  • Responsible for communicating with field leadership and project managers to ensure they follow company policies and local, state, and federal workplace regulations
  • Monitors hazards and makes recommendations for incident prevention to operating company leadership
  • Oversight of prefabrication shop safety program
  • Implementation of fleet, equipment, and tool safety and asset management program

Compliance Documentation and Record Keeping:
  • Completes required reporting for OSHA, Avetta, Veriforce, PSMS, and other third parties as required
  • Administer 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 required

  • 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 Investigation
  • Leads 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 Qualifications

  • B.A. / B.S. or equivalent trade experience required, experience with Electrical safety programs is a plus
  • Construction Safety Professional (CSP) certification
  • OSHA 30
  • 5 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 processes
  • Strong interpersonal, management, communication, writing, and organizational skills
  • Experience operating independently with little day-to-day supervision
  • Experience with and ability to interact with others effectively through virtual means (MS Teams, Webex, Zoom)
  • Experience with MS 365 applications
  • Experience with OSHA reporting requirements
  • Experience 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