Commercial Construction Site Safety Manager

Location Orange
Contact name: Eric Dickerson

Contact email: eric@gulfstreamsp.com
Job ref: 6234
Published: 8 months ago

Commercial Construction Site Safety Manager job in Orange County, CA

Company Overview:

We are a leading commercial construction firm based in Orange County, CA. We specialize in various commercial construction projects, from office buildings to retail complexes. We are committed to excellence, innovation, and, most importantly, safety in all that we do. We seek a dedicated and experienced Site Safety Manager to join our team.

Job Summary:

The Commercial Construction Site Safety Manager is responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing safety programs at various Orange County, CA job sites. This role is essential to ensure compliance with state, federal, and company safety policies, including OSHA and Cal/OSHA regulations. The Site Safety Manager will also evaluate and report on EMR (Experience Modification Rate) ratings.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement safety plans and programs, including Site-Specific Safety Plans (SSSP) for individual projects.
  • Conduct regular site safety audits and inspections to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
  • Train and orientate all on-site employees on safety protocols and procedures.
  • Coordinate with project managers, supervisors, and employees to identify hazards or unsafe work practices and provide solutions.
  • Maintain and manage all on-site safety equipment.
  • Investigate incidents and accidents and prepare reports as required.
  • Conduct safety meetings and participate in safety committees.
  • Monitor and evaluate EMR ratings, aiming for continuous improvement.
  • Ensure all documentation is kept up to date, including but not limited to safety permits, certifications, and training records.

Requirements:

  • Must be local to Orange County, CA.
  • Stable work history.
  • 5+ years of experience in commercial construction safety management.
  • OSHA 500 certification is required.
  • Familiarity with both OSHA and Cal/OSHA regulations.
  • Solid understanding of EMR ratings and their impact.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Ability to work well with all levels of the organization.