West Coast Regional Safety Manager

Tailing International, LLC's construction client is searching for a West Coast Regional Safety Manager to be based in either California, Oregon or Washington. The client and its subsidiaries are more than a fire protection construction company. They are a family of unique individuals committed to their purpose, values and each other. The client believes in making their own luck, creating its own opportunities. The client accomplishes this by constantly innovating, finding ways to create new value and seizing new opportunities. The client specializes in Life Safety Systems. Our values are simple: Integrity, Quality, Safety, Professionalism, Commitment. 

Position Offering:

  • Company Truck, Vehicle Insurance and Gas Card for Business Related Travel

  • ​Health, Life, Dental and Vision Insurance

  • Flex Spending (FSA) (Cafeteria Plan)

  • 401(k) Plan

  • Paid Time Off

  • Paid Holidays

Salary is dependent upon experience and education

Regional Safety Manager (West Coast)

The individual in this position is responsible for the direction, coordination and supervision of the Company Health and Safety Program and Policies for multiple office locations in the West Coast Region. Individual can be primarily based and officed in any of the following client office locations:

  • Seattle, WA

  • Spokane, WA

  • Eugene, OR

  • Portland, OR

  • Sacramento, CA

  • LA/Lakewood, CA

Individual will plan, lead, and direct the Health and Safety Policies and Procedures to the
branch location(s) and execute other assigned duties. This individual communicates all branch safety and risk data to the corporate safety director and area manager(s). States within the assigned region are as follows, but not limited to:

  • Washington

  • Oregon

  • California

Job Responsibilities

Work with Client’s Parent Company and Parent Risk Management Department on investigations, records, reports, claims, incidents and other items.

  • Ensure compliance with State and Federal safety regulations and company safety programs and policies.

  • Prevent and mitigate employee injuries and illnesses.

  • Assist in accident investigations and return to work programs.

  • Complete pre-job, pre-bid, pre-qualification forms on an as-needed basis.

  • Maintain a current calendar showing future job site and/or branch visits.

  • Establish and participate in Safety Committees.

  • Develop personal business plan on an annual basis.

  • Participate in monthly and quarterly meetings.

  • Perform multiple job site and facility safety inspections/audits on a weekly basis.

  • Serve as the on-site safety coordinator for special projects when necessary.

  • Prevent accidents, injuries and claims by being visible in the field and walking jobs
    approximately 60% or more of your time.

  • Be available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week for on call service to the branches you
    serve, if needed.

  • Develop and deliver Safety Training as mandated by Federal, State, Local and
    Company Programs.

  • Must have the ability to anticipate, develop, implement and measure hazard controls
    and programs.

  • Inspire and coach employees to accomplish safety goals.

  • Act as a liaison between client Corporate Risk Management and Branch Operations.

  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality regarding injuries and claims.

  • Take a proactive, rather than reactive, approach in claims and injury reduction.

  • Other duties may be assigned as company needs dictate and increasing skill level is
    demonstrated.

Job Qualifications

  • College degree in Safety and Health, Risk Control or other related area is required.

  • 2+ years of construction safety/risk experience is required.

  • Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite of products including Word, Excel,
    Outlook and PowerPoint as well as BlueBeam Revu PDF is preferred.

  • Exceptional planning, time-management and follow-through.

  • Ability to travel up to approximately 50%-60% of the time.

  • Able to exercise confidentiality and discretion.

  • Current OSHA 500 construction trainer.

  • California OSHA Experience/Knowledge (preferred).

  • Professional certification: CSP, ARM, CHST, SMS or OHST certification (preferred).

  • Ability to review, analyze and discuss safety/risk information and/or data.

  • Ability to work effectively with a team and independently.

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.

  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and complex situations.

  • Willing to pass a post-offer drug test, background and reference check.

All qualified applicants with client will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin or status as a qualified individual with a disability or protected veteran.

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