Site Safety and Health Officers

Client is located in Tyler, TX, however the place of performance will vary based on project need.  Candidates must have a willingess to travel nationwide.  

The SSHO is responsible for preparing, implementing, and enforcing the site Safety Program.

Responsibilities: 

Serves as primary point of contact for all safety related issues to include enforcement of site-specific Safety Plan and Accident Prevention Plan (APP). 

Establishes safety program, prepares and approves safety procedures, and develops and updates work instructions, procedures, inspection schedules, and check lists. 

Responsible for risk mitigation of all of the hazards identified in Safety and Health Program in accordance with the accepted Accident Prevention Plan. 

Ensures safety regulations and laws are adhered to, including OSHA, EM 385-1-1, and all applicable company, contract, NAVFAC, USACE, Federal and local regulations and guidelines. 

Investigates and corrects safety risks and deficiencies. 

Holds regular safety meetings, including toolbox talks. 

Works collaboratively with Project Manager, site management, staff, government counterparts and corporate committee. 

Minimum Qualifications: 

Minimum five years’ experience as a safety professional on construction projects. Must be non-residential safety experience.

Completion of OSHA 30-hour construction outreach certification course within the last three years.

Required to maintain competency through 24 hours of formal safety and health related coursework every four years.

• Current Adult CPR / First Aid / AED certificatio

• Able to clear detailed background checks and random drug tests

Preferred Qualifications:

• NAVFAC and/or USACE SSHO experience

• 40-hour EM 385-1-1 certification

• Safety Professional certification (Certified Safety Professional, Construction Site Safety Supervisor, etc.)

• Competent Person qualifications in fall protection, confined spaces, excavations, scaffolding, hazardous energy, or critical lifts