Loenbro Site Safety Tech - Industrial Construction in Billings, Montana
Position: Site Safety Tech
Reports To: Superintendent/Project Manager/Area Safety Manager
Location: Billings, Montana
Salary: Depends on Experience
Position Overview: We are seeking experienced Site Safety Tech with a background in MSHA to support jobs around the Montana area. The Site Safety Tech is responsible for promoting and ensuring site safety and has a comprehensive knowledge for the day to day safety field operations for their project(s) including planning, coordinating, and enforcing safety regulations and codes while serving as the company’s point contact for Safety Manager Tech, regulatory agencies, and all safety related matters.
Manage new hire safety orientation program and provide ongoing job specific safety training.
Perform daily site safety inspections and the inspection of safety equipment; removal of any defective equipment and manage the fall protection equipment inspection procedures.
Establish a schedule for the preparation, submittal, review and acceptance of Job Hazard Analysis.
Develop, implement, and maintain comprehensive accepted Job Hazard Analysis program.
Ensure subcontractor compliance regarding safety and health requirements.
Compile, analyzes, and interprets statistical data related to near-miss incidents, injuries, and illness.
Participate in fact finding Root Cause Analysis for injury/incident investigations and obtain accident and injury report from jobsites.
Record and manage all site safety documentation and provide detailed weekly written reports.
Participate in safety pre-construction meetings and pre- work meetings.
Facilitate mass safety meetings and required weekly tailgate safety meetings.
Compile materials for safety meetings, prepare agendas, and record meeting minutes.
Manage and coordinate substance abuse testing and set up for new jobsites.
Facilitate “return to work program” with employees, medical professionals, and project personnel.
Serve as liaison for worker’s compensation reporting, case management, and participate in claims management process.
Inform management of existing or potential safety issues that could result in a dangerous situation.
Demonstrate willingness to take on more difficult jobs and perform them correctly, assuring that job is completed right the first time.
Attend training seminars, classes and conferences that further develop the individual in regard to his/her area of specialty.
Follow all company standards based on the employee, drug and alcohol and safety handbooks.
High school degree or equivalent educational experience; vocational school or trade apprenticeship required
Extensive working knowledge of OSHA regulations, standards, and/or other applicable codes
Demonstrated construction safety experience field skill set
Intermediate to advanced computer skills with the ability to use MS Office with proficiency (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint)
MSHA Certification or background
Able to manage team members and multiple projects
Accurate and precise attention to detail
Knowledge of local, state, and federal building code regulations with regard to safety
Outside the majority of the time
Potential exposure to extreme cold and hot temperatures
Manufacturing, pipeline, and refining environment
Fit and move in confined spaces including tanks and vessels
Limited working surfaces
Exposure to noise above 85 decibels and intense odors
Climbing up and down stairs and ladders to both get in and out of trenches and up to elevated platforms (scaffolding at significant heights)
Lifting necessary equipment and materials 1-50 pounds, 50% of the time on a monthly basis for required tasks
Potential or Periodic amounts of time for the following:
If driving is required, valid driver license and proof of insurability is required. All drivers are subject to a DMV background records search.
Health Insurance- 75% of the Employee portion paid
Health Savings Account (HSA) optional enrollment
Paid Vacation after 1 year of employment
401k after 90 days of employment with a company match up to 4%
Employee paid Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
Walking on uneven terrain, with an average of 2 miles per day
Sit, stoop, crawl, and kneel
Use of respirator if position requires
Driving if required to travel
We are “Leading the Change” in the energy services industry. Our growth and successes have not changed who we are. We live our core values every day:
WE TAKE ACTION
WE DO WHAT WE SAY
WE LEAD BY EXAMPLE
WE DO THE RIGHT THING
WE PRACTICE STEWARDSHIP
*Loenbro is an Equal Opportunity Employer.