Safety Resources, Inc. is expanding rapidly with progressive vision for the future, and we look forward to this continued growth for the company in conjunction with you, our valued customers.
Position expectations will require that the successful candidate have 2-5 years of practical experience as a Safety Director/Risk Manager in a fast paced self-directed environment.
Past training experience required. OSHA 510 511 certification or equivalent prerequisite and OSHA 500 / 501 certification a plus. Career advancement in this position will depend heavily upon both technical communicationand training skills. Technical degree, transcripts, references, and sample of technical writing will be required. Must be proficient with MS Office.
Seeking construction site safety representatives with at least 5 years practical experience in a fast paced, self-directed environment. Ability to successfully interact with all levels of construction personnel is a must.
Multiple positions available. Past training experience required. OSHA 510 certification or equivalent prerequisite required and OSHA 500 certification a plus. With several positions available, local and regional positions exist. The location of the work could potentially require applicants to temporarily relocate to the area where work will be conducted and extended stay facilities will be provided. Technical degree, transcripts, references, and sample of technical writing will be required.
A WORD FROM OUR CLIENTS:
"As a small construction company with a limited number of personnel, many of us are required to perform multiple job functions. Serving as a Safety Manager while coming from a construction background can be difficult and confusing. Having Safety Resources there a few hours a week to help navigate new requirements, help with training, or to provide onsite job audits, is invaluable!"
Thad Hatchett, Safety Manager
Forster Electrical Services, Inc.
A WORD FROM OUR EMPLOYEES:
“Having reached the six-month mark as a Consultant for Safety Resources, Inc., I’m comfortable in commenting on my experiences. I’ve been in the discipline of safety management for many years (30+) at a plant, division, and corporate level working in both General Industry and Construction with a stint as a contract consultant. From first entering this unique, non-traditional workspace, you realize the benefits of your surroundings are as equally surprising as the team you are part of. There is an energetic mix of new, recent, and experienced staff. All are led by a very impressive, passionate, multi-tasking owner/ President/CEO who not only leads from the front, but challenges you to keep up. Probably more importantly, she equally cares about each of her employees individually and collectively. Her generosity to the staff is top shelf (because in return she expects top shelf performance).
The work is fast-paced, and it is a rare event to have any of the consultants (which includes the boss!) idle. The client base is a generous mix of Construction, General Industry, and fixed-scope services such as insurance loss control and industry associations. Participation in professional/ industry organizations is expected at more than the simple attendance level. Each of us have assigned clients, but all have to be versed in each client’s needs and expectations. Most of the staff have specialties and all are happy to contribute when asked/needed. The group is able to function on the fly because the Office Manager is an expert at herding cats, keeping 12 things in the air, all while being our in-house geek squad while doing her own work.
Being part of this team gives me something I haven’t had in several years, and I look forward to coming to work and when in the office having fun. I wish I were lucky enough to have found this position years ago.”
Safety Resources, Inc.
WHEN: February 10th, April 14th, September 8th & November 9th
TIME: 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
WHO: Company Owners, Safety Directors, Project Managers, Facility Managers, Foremen, Supervisors, Superintendents, or anyone else involved in the construction industry, manufacturing industry, service industry, or anyone who shares a common interest in safety.
WHY: Safety Resources, Inc. looks forward to sharing ideas and providing a learning environment to the community in an effort to encourage involvement in occupational safety efforts everywhere. Each attendee will earn an IACET CEU Certificate for 0.2 each time they attend the viritual session!