Lead Safety Professional
Lead Safety Professional Roles and Responsibilities
We can provide an on-site professional with the proven ability to coordinate and manage between various disciplines within the construction industry. We focus on safety leadership and providing solutions, not pointing fingers.
Anticipate, identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices from experience, historical data and other information sources.
Develop hazard control designs, methods, procedures and programs.
Provide advice and counsel about compliance with safety, health and environmental laws.
Reviewing, with the assistance of specialists if needed, entire systems, processes and operational failure modes, causes and effects of the entire system, process or operation or components of systems, sub-systems, or component failure, human error, incomplete or faulty decision making, judgment or administrative actions and/or weakness in proposed or existing policies, directives or practices.
Reviewing, compiling analyzing and interpreting data from incident and loss event reports and other sources regarding injuries, illnesses, property damage, environmental effects or public impacts.
Implement, administer and advise others on hazard controls and hazard control programs.
Measure, audit and evaluate the effectiveness of hazard controls and hazard control programs.
Possesses a fundamental knowledge of physics, chemistry, biology, physiology, statistics, mathematics, computer science, engineering mechanics, industrial processes, business communication and psychology.
Has competency from formal training in various disciplines such as industrial hygiene and toxicology, design of engineering hazard controls, fire protection, ergonomics, system and process safety, safety and health program management, accident and incident investigation and analysis, product safety, construction safety, as well as education and training methods for the adult learner.
Directs planning and developing of company specific training and educational materials or courses involving hazard recognition and control, and conducts or assisting with courses related to designs, policies, procedures and programs involving hazard recognition and control.
Eliminate hazards and causes of exposures, accidents and loss events.
Develop and implement plans to reduce the probability and/or severity of injuries, illnesses, losses or environmental damage from potential exposures, accidents and loss events when hazards cannot be eliminated.
Develop methods that integrate safety performance into the goals, operations and productivity of the organization and management.
Measures safety performance, and human behavior.
Extensive knowledge in environmental safety and health, and safety, health and environmental laws, regulations and operator policies.
Experienced in or advanced study of, management and business administration, education, physical and social sciences.
Ability to plan for and manage resources and funds related to the overall function of safety, including budgets.
Develop mind set and wisdom to act responsibly in the employment context, keeping up with changes in regulation and law.
Determine the need for surveys and appraisals.
Consulting with and advising management and teams of individuals engaged in the planning, design, development, fabrication, testing, and distribution of products and services regarding hazard controls, safety requirements and principles.
Provides results of evaluation assessments, including recommended adjustments and changes to hazard controls or hazard control programs to management for their review and implementation.
Directs, develops or assists in developing management accountability and audit programs that assess safety performance of entire systems, organizations, processes and operations of their components.
Liaison between operator representatives and governmental bodies to ensure the effectiveness and compliance of the safety program is communicated and bridged if necessary.