Site Safety Officer for Siemens – Fort Wainwright
Siemens Government Technologies (SGT) is a US Federal Government focused Energy Service Company (ESCO) specializing in the delivery of Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) and other contracts for building automation, HVAC and other energy saving and generation projects.
The Site Safety Health Officer (SSHO) will be the SGT representative at the project site (Fort Wainwright, Alaska) every work day to lead the safety and health program, observe and enforce contract and regulatory requirements, including the site-specific Accident Prevention Plan. The SSHO will interface with the Project Manager on site and with customer representatives and all subcontractor personnel for training and safety assistance.
• Lead training such as Safety and Health Orientation, Hazard Communication and weekly “toolbox” talks for all Siemens and subcontractor personnel.
• Observe, promote and enforce safe practices, Personal Protective Equipment use, Respiratory Protection Program, Lockout/Tagout and other necessary procedures.
• Lead, participate in and document meetings for safety and health planning and action, such as Lockout coordination with the customer and mobile crane lift plans.• Anticipate, recognize and control occupational health hazards, including heat stress, hazardous materials, and confined space entry.
• Complete and file project safety and health documentation, including daily inspections, hot work permits, new and updated Activity Hazard Analysis, and OSHA 300 forms.
• Take immediate action in case of emergency, such as personal injury. Investigate, report and communicate about injury, vehicle and property damage incidents.
• Associate’s degree plus five years on-the-job safety experience.
• Completion of the OSHA 30 hour outreach course for Construction or General Industry, plus annual refresher training.
• Familiar with US Army Corps of Engineers EM 385-1-1 Safety Manual requirements.
• Well versed in electrical and arc flash safe practices, NEC and NFPA 70E.
• Familiar with fall prevention and protection requirements, ANSI Z359, including roof work and personal fall arrest systems.
• Experienced working with mobile construction equipment, including cranes, forklifts, scissor lifts and other aerial work platforms.
• Ability to speak clearly in front of groups, to answer questions, and to explain the reasons behind safety rules.
Security Clearance: Must be US citizen and be able to obtain and maintain federal government security clearance, if later required.
Safety Officer – The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) Fairbanks International Airport
Posted: Aug 19, 2019
ATTENTION ALASKA RESIDENTS!
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) Fairbanks International Airport is seeking a Safety Officer to join our team and help us Keep Alaska Moving! Under supervision of the Division Operations Manager, the Safety Officer plans, develops, manages, assesses, and implements safety and health plans, programs and projects for Fairbanks International Airport (FAI) to ensure compliance with State, Federal, and local laws, regulations, standards, and requirements. This position will assist all departments within the airport and make recommendations to managers on safety issues and occupation health and safety programs at Fairbanks International Airport.
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Health, Safety and Environmental Specialist Job Opportunity (Posted 2-21-2019)
Posted: Feb 22, 2019
Price Gregory International, Inc., has an immediate need for a qualified Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Specialist to work on the Alyeska Pipeline.
For more information, please review the following job announcement: Price_Gregory_International_HSE_Job_Opportunity 2-2019
Jon Johanson, CSP, CWCP, CET
Alaska Chapter ASSP President
Office: (907) 868-6777