• Safety Manager

    Location US-WA-Bellingham
    Job ID
    2018-9564
  • Overview

    Brinderson L.P., Inc. is looking for an experienced Safety Manager for our Andeavor Anacortes, WA facility.

     

    Overview of key responsibilities include:

     

    • Reports to the Northwest Regional Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Manager based on reporting region and field assignment/location.
    • Responsible for implementing and maintaining the Corporate Health, Safety, Security and Environmental (HSSE) programs for assigned areas of work as directed.
    • Develops a thorough working knowledge of the HSSE functions as they relate and correspond to, regulatory compliance, company policy and procedures, client procedures and best practices.
    • Ensures work-sites assigned to are in compliance with corporate standards, governmental regulations and client standards.
    • Develops reports, plans, conducts assessments, provides trend analysis, manages records, and interfaces on a regular basis with client’s project/site personnel.
    • Prepares technical reports and plans for new and existing work activities.
    • This position requires the ability to effectively influence an organization at all levels to achieve safety performance standards developed by Aegion Energy Services.
    • Provides expertise, implementation, leadership and coaching during incident investigations, including causal factor determination and corrective actions plans.
    • Monitoring and updating the site safety plan and bridging document.
    • Reviewing policy changes with site management and working with site management team to communicate changes to all onsite employees.
    • Performs safety audits periodically both internally and/or with third party auditors.
    • Participates in client & company safety committees.
    • Enter and track safety metrics and information, including the input of incident investigations/corrective actions into our HSSE database software system.
    • Analyze safety data/trends and make improvement recommendations (create reports, charts, and presentations as necessary).
    • Understanding of sites PPE & FRC Garment needs, working with Site Management to decrease cost impact of safety consumables and budgeting accordingly.
    • Function independently, as well as in a team environment.
    • Daily standard under normal conditions for this position is 60% in the field and 40% in the office
    • Follow the sites assigned work schedule and report any absences, time of site, vacation, and late early in and out to both regional HSSE manager and Site Manager.
    • Manage site DMV authorized driver list with compliance and transparency. 

    Brinderson L.P., Inc. a subsidiary of Aegion Corporation, is a full-service engineering, procurement, construction, maintenance and turnaround company serving the western United States. Concentrating primarily on energy projects in the private sector, Brinderson serves a broad range of industries, including upstream oil and gas production, gas processing, oil refining, terminals and pipelines, chemicals, renewable energy, and industrial manufacturing. For more details, visit www.brinderson.com

    Responsibilities

    Daily Responsibilities:

    • Administrative review and support of job permits.
    • Preparation and/or guidance with the daily JHA, pre-use inspections, pre-job hazard assessment and all other pre-job documentation for hazard identification/mitigation – daily implementation of proactive measures for hazard controls identified.
    • Review JHAs completed by craft personnel for quantity and quality.
    • Implement proactive steps for improved safety during job walks, observations or audits.
    • Participate where applicable in contractor safety meetings.
    • Pre-shift and ongoing work set up and calibration of technical safety equipment (atmospheric monitoring equipment, etc.).
    • Provide onsite representation with regards to customer inspections and audits of jobsites.
    • Monitor and direct employees on the process for substance abuse screens (random and for cause), including providing or coordinating escort to and from the testing facilities/clinic.
    • Monitor and direct employees to the proper process of maintaining an active approved drivers list for the jobsite.
    • Direct support of unplanned jobs, incidents and/or customer requests as needed.
    • Attend meetings as needed to review incidents, inspections, audits, regulatory compliance, client-based concerns, etc.
    • Collect, archive and when necessary prepare and ship documentation to the proper location based on record retention procedures.

     

    Weekly Responsibilities:

    • Provide and/or coordinate weekly safety training session based on specifically provided themed topics to crews and supervision at the jobsite.
    • Monitor the need for and coordinate the action of if needed, site employee training per client and/or regulatory requirements, i.e. crane operations, rigging, confined space, site specific training, etc.
    • Review/discuss with site supervision the results and proactive control measures discovered during site audits.
    • Collect, review and input employee observations (HSOR cards or equivalent)
    • Issue weekly safety performance report to Regional HSSE manager by Wednesday at 5:00 pm

     

    Monthly Responsibilities:

    • Report by the 5th of each month, from the previous month, the Monthly Safety Statistics Report (MSSR) to Corporate HSSE.
    • Collect, summarize and report leading indicator data (including, but not limited to employee observations and leadership observations).
    • Follow up with any substandard acts/conditions identified during review of all observations.
    • Collect, summarize and report lagging indicator data (i.e., employee incidents closed, corrective actions identified and proper reporting in IndustrySafe®).
    • Planning and leading monthly site all hands meetings
    • Review and reporting (if applicable) to clients the results of site safety audits/inspections.
    • Provide and/or coordinate additional safety training needs.
    • Review of relevant safety trend analysis.
    • Reporting monthly safety training matrix to site management in a timely manner.
    • Support and coordinate efforts to address any customer needs (i.e. new client best practices and/or new client requirements).
    • Support and coordinate safety incentive programs (i.e. Focus Four and/or client based programs).
    • Support when applicable based on-site exposures, Workers Compensation Program and case management.
    • Attend monthly “All-Hands” calls coordinated by Corporate HSSE.

     

    Quarterly Responsibilities:

    • Provide and/or coordinate Focus Four Quarterly Leadership Training curriculums for all site leadership each quarter.
    • Develop quarterly leading & lagging indicator report

    Qualifications

    • Degree/certification in Health, Safety and Environmental Management or related science/engineering area preferred; and/or equivalent experience/training leading to the thorough understanding of health, safety and environmental disciplines.
    • Experience working on multi-employer worksites with contractors.
    • Knowledge of governmental HSE standards, rules and regulations.
    • Knowledge of client best practices and standards utilized in our work environments.
    • Sound understanding of hazard recognition/mitigation techniques
    • Ability to work with computers and automated information systems for safety.
    • Possess training and presentation skills
    • Must be able to communicate with all levels of the Company, plant employees, contractors and community.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential.
    • Travel to and between work-site locations.
    • Job requirements may include the need to work near hazardous equipment and machinery.
    • Able to work well in a highly disciplined team environment.
    • Work independently with limited supervision.
    • Coordinate safety program implementation, management and refinement.
    • Able to wear and use PPE as required to manage job operations.
    • Climb ladders and stairways.
    • Walk jobsites often on uneven terrain.
    • Wear a respirator if required.

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