REGIONAL SAFETY MANAGER

The Mid Atlantic Regional Safety Manager provides technical safety and health support to production and corporate personnel and verifies that Shook employees and its subcontractors are maintaining compliance with the Shook safety and health program as well as federal and state safety regulations.

YOUR ROLE AT SHOOK CONSTRUCTION
The Mid Atlantic Regional Safety Manager provides technical safety and health support to production and corporate personnel and verifies that Shook employees and its subcontractors are maintaining compliance with the Shook safety and health program as well as federal and state safety regulations.

KEY INFORMATION

  • Assist in the assessment, development, and implementation, of all Shook Safety and Health programs.
  • Monitor compliance of the Shook Safety and Health programs and federal and state safety regulations by conducting safety audits of Shook worksites and facilities.
  • Deliver and develop (if needed) safety training on a variety of topics.
  • Maintain Calendar and Weekly Activity Reports.
  • Attend preconstruction safety meetings.
  • Perform random drug and alcohol testing.
  • Participate as a member of the Shook Safety Committee.
  • Represent Shook in industry safety associations. (ASSP,CEA, NAWIC, etc.)
  • Other safety related duties as needed/assigned.
  • Assist In:
    • Development of site-specific safety plans/procedures for Shook projects.
    • Accident/incident investigations
    • OSHA and other regulatory inspections.
  • Position reports to:  Director of Safety

  • Position indirectly reports to:  Market Channel Leader

    • Reasons for indirect reporting relationship:  For added emphasis and support of the Shook Safety and Health programs.

  • Directly reporting to this position are:  N/A

  • Indirectly reporting to this position are:  Craft Employees, Project Managers and Superintendents

    • Reasons for indirect reporting relationship:  Abatement of and compliance with Shook Safety control matters.

  • Well-organized, self-motivated, and able to proficiently perform duties.
  • Willingness to promote a teamwork attitude throughout the company.
  • Demonstrates a positive solution-based approach to issues and challenges.

Be able to effectively:

  • Communicate verbally one on one or in front of an audience. 
  • Read, analyze, and interpret documents/standards. 
  • Respond to sensitive inquiries or complaints. 
  • Ability to read/speak English and Spanish required.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in safety management.
  • (Or) Associates Degree in safety management and 2 or more years in a dedicated safety role within the construction industry.
  • (Or) 5 or more years in a dedicated safety role within the construction industry.
  • Proficiency with office equipment, computers, and various software programs. (Outlook, Excel, Word, etc.)
  • Extensive knowledge of OSHA construction standards.
  • Industry specific OSHA courses.
  • Knowledge of  workers compensation claim management.
  • Ability to learn and adapt to changing needs of the Shook Safety and Health programs.
  • Craft related construction experience or U.S. Military experience greatly preferred.
  • Valid driver’s license. (Required)
  • CHST Certification (Preferred or must be able to obtain within 1 year of hire.)
  • OSHA 500 (Preferred)
  • Current certification in First Aid and adult CPR (Or) Current trainers’ certificate from the A.R.C, A.H.A, or A.S.H.I. (Preferred)