Site Safety Technician

Site Safety Technician Roles and Responsibilities

A Site Safety Technician supports the overall company safety mission including behavioral based safety. PEC Safety Certified instructor in Basic.

  • Supports the over all company safety mission including behavioral based safety
  • Attends all major customer safety meetings
  • Coordinates or performs new hire in-house safety training
  • Coordinates or performs specific safety training
  • Presents weekly safety meeting for employees
  • Travels to field locations and monitors safety of employees, the environment and company/client assets
  • Observe workers to determine use of prescribed safety equipment and safety procedures
  • Inspect specified areas for fire-prevention equipment and safety procedures
  • Prepare reports of findings along with recommendations for corrective actions
  • Assists in accident and incident investigations to ascertain causes for use in recommending preventive safety measures and developing safety programs
  • Demonstrates the use of safety equipment
  • Compiles as directed OSHA statistics and documents
  • Possesses industry or governmental certifications as required for the disciplines managed such as OSHA 501, OSHA 500, H2S Instructor, PEC Core Compliance Trainer, Medic First Aid/CPR/AED/BBP. Confined Space Rescue, Rigging Instructor, HAZMAT Tech, Forklift Instructor, Incipient Fire Fighting, Aerial Man Lift and other certifications that may be required