Project Safety Manager Job in US


Project Safety Manager Job in US

Job Locations: US-NY-Corning
Requisition ID:2019-2352

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Category: Health and Safety

Company Name: Gilbane Building Company


The Project Safety Manager administers the safety program and serves as safety advisor, ensuring safety compliance by the project team and all employees and subcontractors working at the site.


•Support all safety efforts on the project and promote Gilbane Cares safety culture
•Make recommendations concerning the modification, improvement, or removal of any company equipment, facilities, or machinery that is hazardous to employee safety or health
•Ensure contractor activities are preplanned for safety through scope review, preconstruction meetings, JHA review, etc.
•Ensure contractors meet Gilbane Safety submittal requirements
•Ensure contractor compliance to Gilbane safety plan including but not limited to, safety submittals, training and equipment inspection and other documentation (i.e., Substance abuse testing records, etc.)
•Ensure project teams perform Safety net inspections per company policy
•Administer safety Motivational programs
•Provide safety training to project teams on Gilbane, client and OSHA requirements
•Investigate all accidents and complete all paperwork required by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or state regulations
•Maintain all safety related documentation
•Supervise, coach, mentor and assistant Project Safety Manager
•Ensure contractors meet Gilbane safety expectations
•Alert managers and employees to the hazards of working with toxic fumes, dangerous chemicals, and any other hazardous substances in the company workplace
•Coach project teams in effective hazard identification and correction of issues
•Serve as company liaison with OSHA, Insurance carriers and other regulatory agencies



•Construction Health and Safety Technician credential and advanced safety training
•3 years of construction safety management experience
•Or equivalent combination of education and experience


•Working knowledge of construction safety principles, techniques and methods
•Practical knowledge of OSHA laws, regulations and policies
•Capable of identifying known potential exposures and recommending corrective action
•Computer skills and familiarity with the Microsoft Office suite
•Management, leadership and interpersonal skills
•Strong written and verbal communication skills

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