Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Regional Director

Bellevue, WA posted on October 10

Summary

Provides direct support to the VP-HSE. Ensures subcontractors and employees comply with company HSE rules as well as Federal, State and Local HSE regulations. Performs all other duties as assigned.

Essential Job Duties

  • Evaluates and ensures subcontractor compliance with company, federal, state and local HSE regulations
  • Reviews and approves subcontractor HSE programs, material HSE data sheets, and site specific HSE requirements prior to commencing work
  • Provides assistance/advice to staff as necessary
  • Conducts on-site HSE audits
  • Conducts employee training
  • Conducts job-site specific worker orientations
  • Assists in or conducts incident and near-miss investigations
  • Provides HSE requirements to subcontractors at pre-bid and pre-construction services
  • Keeps HSE logs and records and archives accordingly
  • Assists in the overall implementation of the company's HSE program
  • Mentors staff as necessary
  • Provides exemplary customer service
  • Continually keeps VP-HSE, and regional management informed of significant issues related to areas or responsibility
  • Mentors and effectively supervises subordinate positions such as Site HSE Officer, Regional HSE Supervisor, or Regional HSE Manager.

Other Duties

  • Completes Special Projects/Reports as assigned.
  • If approved, serves as a Bid Catcher
  • Performs all other duties as assigned

Employment Standards

Education: A minimum of a CHST or OHST is required.  A CSP or BS in Construction Safety & Health Management is preferred.

Experience: A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a construction related HSE management position is required. Higher level education may substitute for experience.  Drafting and implementing policies and procedures.

Skills: Must be able to establish rapport and maintain effective communications with staff, subcontractors and suppliers. Must be able to proactively determine solutions to problems in areas of responsibility. Must have good organizational and time management skills. Must be able to speak publically and design and conduct training as necessary. Must be able to maintain confidential information. Must be able to use applicable computer software. You must be able to review all aspects of Hazard Analysis and have the knowledge to make corrections. Be familiar with DOSH, OSHA, and EPA/DOE regulations.

Physical Abilities: Must be able to operate a computer and other standard office machines. Vision must be adequate to evaluate working conditions and read documents. Must be able to visit active construction sites and walk on uneven ground. Must be able to climb ladders/stairs and stand for several hours at a time. Must be able to occasionally lift and carry up to 50#. Must be able to conduct training sessions in varied environments.

Certifications: A current driver's license and an acceptable driving record as defined by our insurance company. OSHA 30 training certification or equivalent required. First Aid certification required.

Background Checks: To access some job sites you must be able to pass a Criminal Background check. A credit check may also be required.

Travel: Occasional overnight travel of several days" duration is required.

Please note that Lydig Construction Inc., reserves the right to modify this job description for any reason not specifically excluded by law and this job description does not include all the occasional job duties that may be required.

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Wage

DOE

Experience

Any

Type

Full-time