Safety Technician Taylor, MI
Candidates must have a high school diploma, three to five years of construction field or general industry field experience, and a valid driver's license. Some college and safety training are preferred, but not required. Excellent writing, organization, communication, and mechanical skills are essential. Candidates must be self-motivated, able to work well with others, read and follow instructions, willing to achieve safety certification when eligible, and able to lift up to 50 lbs. Typical responsibilities include:
- Inspect major safety gear: fall protection, confined space entry, ladders, etc.
- Repair or arrange to have safety gear repaired
- Maintain, distribute, and restock PPE.
- Assist the Safety Manager as requested
- Calibrate gas detection meters
- Perform safety inspections on vehicles
- Perform safety inspections on and off field sites
- Take measurements in field and office for Industrial Hygiene Applications
- Assist in injury and vehicle incident investigations
- Audit office safety systems
- Audit nuclear density gauge and usage
- Take photos in the offices and field for safety applications
- Assist in the preparation of safety statistics, reports and other Safety Management System Documents.
- Assist on projects with specific field obligations such as confined space monitor or on-site safety coordinator after trained and qualified for such roles
- Write develop safety communications
- Maintain a safe work environment
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