Elder Corporation Site Safety Manager in Des Moines, Iowa
Company Info Elder Corporation is a family-owned business and values long-term employee relationships. We specialize in massive earthmoving and complex underground utility projects to heavy duty demolition work, and are trusted by thousands of Midwest customers to be their site development partner. Although we require experienced applicants for some positions, we are always looking for employees who are willing to be flexible and learn new skills. To learn more about Elder Corporation, visit our website at www.eldercorp.com .
Due to the increase in volume in the Data Center Market, and high level of safety standards, Elder Corporation has an immediate opening for a Site Safety Manager.
Organization and documentation of Daily Safety items, Daily Huddles, JHA (Job Hazard Analysis), Customer required Permits, Daily Stretch & Flex, Pre-Task Planning, Daily Job site inspections, Underground Utility Locates and verification.
Attendance at all Customer Sponsored Safety Meetings
Engagement in Site Safety Team Meetings.
Management of Site Logistics in relationship to work zones and maintenance of the areas.
Ensure management and lead personnel are aware of the safety requirements and enlist their help to guarantee it is followed by other employees.
Respond to safety hazards to address potential issues.
Ensure and monitor continual safety improvements to set annual objectives and targets
Leadership of Junior Level Safety Internship and Mentorship program.
QAQC documentation and logging and uploading assistance as required.
Organization and Submittals of customer required paperwork.
All other items and submittals as required by the owner and client
Coordinate with Owner/GC requirements/initiatives as needed.
Basic knowledge and involvement with FMCSA, DOT, DNR, MSHA and OSHA regulatory requirements (both state and federal level)
Strong decision-making and employee relations skills
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Organization and time management skills
Detail-oriented with advanced analytical and problem-solving skills
Proficient in Microsoft Office
Current certification in first aid, CPR, AED
Minimum 3 years of experience in construction health and safety
Academic degree in Health and Safety Or a minimum certification through the Board of Safety Professionals (BCSP) of Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST)
OR confirm admission and schedule to attain accreditation (must be certified within 1 year)
General underground utility industry experience
General excavations experience
Knowledge of DOT regulations, preferred but will train
Familiarity with Iowa One Call procedures
Understanding of workers’ compensation and EEO regulatory requirements
Experience training employees on safety-related procedures
Ability to be an effective leader and strong negotiator with safety professionals, and regulatory and/or industry organizations
All prospective employees will be subject to a pre-employment drug screen, physical and a background check.