Brief Description

Miller-Davis Company seeks a highly organized and safety-focused individual to join our team as a Safety Engineer. This role will be responsible for ensuring all aspects of safety and health programs are administered and implemented effectively, including record-keeping and safety education.

Job Responsibilities

  • Work closely with the company General Superintendent, Project Superintendents, Foremen, Project Managers, and workers to promote a culture of safety and adherence to safety regulations.
  • Maintain current safety regulation materials, Safety Data Sheets (SDS), Toolbox Talks, and other safety and health reference materials for file and distribution to Superintendents and all other users.
  • Prepare and process all necessary safety and accident reporting forms as required by the Miller-Davis Company Safety Program, OSHA, MIOSHA, IOSHA, or others.
  • Assist with preparing and distributing annual injury reporting documents (300 forms) and post as required.
  • Review and process jobsite safety inspections, accident, and incident reports.
  • Participate in pre-job planning meetings with Project Manager, Project Superintendent, and General Superintendent before on-site operations begin, to arrive at definite conclusions on all safety precautions to be taken, including health and environmental requirements.
  • Measure and report to the General Superintendent on overall compliance of job sites with the Miller-Davis Safety Program.
  • Verify each Miller-Davis jobsite maintains up-to-date employee literature, posters, adequate safety equipment, PPE, first aid supplies, and fire prevention equipment.
  • Participate in Company and industry-sponsored safety programs, meetings, and continuing safety education.
  • Make recommendations for continuing safety and health education for Superintendents, Foremen, Project Managers, and other workers.
  • Participate in periodic meetings with insurance company safety consultants to review and improve Company safety procedures.
  • Monitor Subcontractor compliance with Miller-Davis Company safety and insurance requirements.
  • Prepare and implement jobsite/site-specific safety protocols as necessary.
  • Integrate safety programs to raise awareness, motivate, and encourage employee participation.
  • Prepare and implement emergency action plans for office, yard, and field offices.
  • Perform any other duties that may from time to time be assigned by the Company.

Education requirements, certifications, work experience

  • Common sense
  • Organizational and leadership skills
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Well groomed, prompt, dependable, and responsive
  • OSHA training/certification
  • CPR & first aid training/certification
  • College education and/or prior construction experience. Basic PC skills.
  • NOTE: The above description is a brief summary and overview of the job. It is not a complete listing of all the duties or qualifications which may be required. This description may be revised by and at the discretion of the Company.

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