Field Safety Resource Execution Leader – 0390

Design Systems, Inc.

Charlotte, NC

JOB HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Contract job opportunity
  • Temporary assignment based on project duration
  • Location based on project site
  • Immediate Supervisor: Project Manager
  • Indirect Supervisor: Regional Safety Contract Management Lead

POSITION PURPOSE:

Provide support and leadership to Safety and Industrial Hygiene in the execution and successful implementation of Safety Contract Management at Construction and Equipment Installation project sites.

STAKEHOLDERS AND EXPECTATIONS:

Stakeholders: Site Safety Leaders, Site Manufacturing Engineering, Global Facilities/Capital Projects, Contractors at Project Site, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain

Expectations (A) Ability to confidently drive Safety Culture Sustainability by engaging all levels of the project, (B) Demonstrate S&IH leadership with effective people influencing skills, (C) Show effective Problem Identification and Causal Effect Skills, (D) Clearly and efficiently communicates in a variety of settings (verbal and written), (E) Ability to identify trends and anticipate consequences to lead focused action and resolution, (F) Ability to collaborate within a cross-functional organization and leverage resources.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Validate that Contractor Leader communicates and documents program requirements during Job Line Up meetings.
  • Participate in weekly project review meeting to audit S&IH performance of Contractors through planned inspections or incident investigations.
  • Assist Contract/Project Managers by coordinating project evaluations and provide feedback to Global Purchasing & Supply Chain (GPSC).
  • Review Contractor Pre-Task Plans to make sure requirements are met.
  • Publish safety data.
  • Review the Contractor’s Safety Plan before the work begins.
  • Provide Notification of a Contractor incidents to Leadership.
  • Verify that contractors are aware and execute requirements in Special Safety Conditions.
  • Verify Contractor Leader delivers required training to all Contractor Workers working onsite.
  • Review of Incident and SOT findings including corrective action plans for purposes of auditing Contractor is identifying findings and implementing corrective action.
  • Audit that Contractors post required information on the project safety board (white board).
  • Participate in safety coordination meetings and daily Job Line Up meetings as needed to audit that Contractor is holding these meetings.
  • Audit that worker engagement processes are being used by the Contractor Workers.
  • Participate in training and development activities required by Site Safety Leads or Regional SCM Leads.

QUALIFICATIONS

Prior to placement or hire as a Field Safety Resource, candidates must meet one of the following requirements:

  • A bachelor degree with two (2) years’ experience in a full time Construction S&IH position
  • An associate degree or equivalent in an occupational safety subject such as Safety Management, Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene, (e.g. NEBOSH Diploma), etc. with five (5) years’ experience in a full time Construction S&IH position
  • A bachelor degree in an Occupational Safety or Industrial Hygiene discipline or related field.

Ideal candidates should possess the following educational or professional achievements:

  • Degrees in occupational safety and/or industrial hygiene
  • Individuals with recognized safety certification, such as: Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH),Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Chartered Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (CMIOSH), Safety Trained Supervisor (STS), Construction Safety Technician (CST)
  • Individuals with relevant S&IH experience
  • Individuals who have one or more of the above achievements in addition to construction operations or equipment installation experience;
  • Knowledge of GM’s Construction General Terms and Conditions and Special Safety Conditions.

COMPETENCIES

As an FSR, individuals must develop and possess demonstrated capabilities and competencies as outlined below.

  • Functional/Technical Capability and Problem Solving:
    • Understanding of national and local regulatory requirements relevant to their job duties
    • Identifying S&IH hazards and assessing associated risks
    • Conducting audits and assessments of regulatory requirements, S&IH management systems and programs

  • Managerial Courage & Conflict Management:
    • Confidently provides direct, complete and actionable feedback (positive and corrective)
    • Steps up to conflicts, seeing them as opportunities
    • Can settle disputes equitably and find common ground with minimum noise

  • Interpersonal Savvy and Building Effective Teams:
    • Defines success in terms of the whole team; creates a feeling of belonging.
    • Builds constructive and effective relationships through diplomacy and tact.

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