Multi Branch EHS Manager
New England Scaffolding is seeking a full time Multi-Branch EHS manager to oversee our three locations in Brockton, MA, Bloomfield, CT, and Bow, NH.
The Multi-Branch EHS Manager will work in the New England Scaffolding (NES) Region, under the supervision of the Director of EHS – North and the NES General Manager to provide expertise in the Safety, Health, and Environmental areas to prevent and mitigate employee injuries and illnesses. Work with, branch and field management to promote effective safety programs at their assigned branch(s) and job sites within their region. Ensure the Company remains in compliance with governmental regulations such as OSHA, DOT, MSHA, EPA, and NFPA.
DESCRIPTION OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
Anticipate, identify, and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices; Develop hazard control designs, methods, procedures, and programs; Implement, administer and advise others on hazard controls and hazard control programs; and Measure, audit and evaluate the effectiveness of hazard controls and hazard control programs.
Specific duties include but are not limited to the following:
- Facilitate, document, and ensure all employees, supervisors, and temporary employees receive the company’s required safety training. Conduct safety meetings and training programs for all employees.
- Perform job hazard analysis to identify hazards within the workplace. Requires the ability to climb scaffold and enter confined spaces on job sites. Coach and guide employees and management regarding safety compliance issues and safe product applications.
- Assist with the administration of Federal, State, and Local laws and regulations such as OSHA, DOT, MSHA, EPA, and NFPA.
- Participate in safety initiatives, meetings and program as required by the customer. May provide customer safety training as approved by the Corporate Training Department. Work with job site safety personnel to identify and resolve safety issues.
- Investigate incidents involving company property, employees, or temporary employees. Prepare documentation to ensure an adequate investigation and preservation of evidence is completed.
- Coordinate transportation of injured or ill employees to medical facilities. May work with medical providers and BrandSafway’s Risk Management Department to ensure the procedure requirements of the BrandSafway’s return to work program are followed.
- Carry out supervisory duties in accordance with safety company policies and collective bargaining agreements. Compile management reports and assist with OSHA recordkeeping requirements. Oversee and approve the purchase of branch and/or job site specific safety equipment for employees. Maintain up to date training certificate records for all employees.
- Strong leadership abilities to inspire and coach employees to accomplish strategic goals.
- Experience in the construction industry with an emphasis on the scaffolding segment. Requires experience in presenting training materials in a group setting.
- Advance knowledge and understanding of current construction and general industry safety regulations and the ability to analyze and interpret this data for the safety of employees, job sites, and the branch.
- Excellent oral, written, and presentation skills to effectively train, motivate, and communicate with employees, supervisors and customers.
- Above average computer skills with the ability to proficiently use the Microsoft Office.
- Valid driver’s license and safe driving history.
- Satisfactory criminal background check.
- Bilingual a plus.
- The employee is occasionally required to climb to high elevations and work in precarious places, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, and/or reach above shoulders.
- The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds.
BrandSafway is an equal opportunity employer and considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. BrandSafway is also an E-Verify participant.
The above statements reflect the principle functions of the occupation described and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the occupation.