The Safety Inspector supports the Safety Manager and enforces the company safety program on behalf of each subsidiary of Harbor Linx. Provides technical insight, analysis, investigations, and risk management for all jobsites by ensuring compliance with policies and procedures and state and federal safety regulations.
Risk Manager, Human Resource Director, Chief Legal Officer, Marketing and Operations.
Promote Harbor Linx safety program. Serves as a role model and champion for safety and safety
Strives to attend daily Jobsite Huddles for all subsidiary companies in all geographical locations.
Attends weekly safety department meeting.
Perform jobsite safety inspections for all companies; completes accompanying paperwork and
addresses existing and potential hazards with field management.
Performs equipment and property inspections and reports any deviations back to Resource, if
Administers Safety Buck and Scratcher program at the field level and documents same.
Use expertise to assist field management in pre-construction identification of safety issues and
concerns and development of site-specific safety plans.
Assist field management in creating and presenting hazard analysis for the daily huddle.
Conduct jobsite safety meetings; discusses job specific safety issues with field management.
Audit jobsite and employee compliance with company, state and federal policies and
Assists Marketing Department by being a jobsite conduit for pictures, positive recognitions, and
Assist field management in effective presentation of weekly tailgate and bi-yearly Safety
Conduct accident and injury investigations.
Assist as directed, with employee training.
Administer post-incident drug testing as needed.
Maintain and enhance personal training levels.
Assist Safety Manager and Risk Manager, as needed.
To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
Education and Experience: OSHA 30-hour course; 40-hour HAZWOPER training (other safety Professional certificates recommended)
Language Skills: must be able to read and write in English at a professional level; bi-lingual in Spanish helpful
Mathematical Skills: able to perform construction mathematics calculations
Plan and Specifications: Must have the ability to understand Plans and Specifications for each type of project the company constructs.
Planning and Organizing: the individual prioritizes and plans work activities for themselves and others
Reasoning Ability: this position requires strong problem-solving skills, and reading comprehension; must deal with both standardized and non-standard situations with many variables
Interpersonal Skills: the ability to interface with a wide variety of people including clients, employees, managers, agencies and the public; public speaking is required for this position
Computer Skills: must have strong computer skills including working knowledge of Microsoft Office and the ability to learn and train others to use company technology
Certificates, Licenses, Registration: valid CA Driver’s License and a clean driving record.
Besides a competitive salary and the best retirement package in the industry we offer:
- Company Vehicle
- Family medical, dental and vision
- Company Stock (ESOP)
- 401k Employer Match
- Bonus Program
- Continuing Education Reimbursement
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Sabbatical Program
- Personal Financial Planning
We are confident that our retirement plan is the best in the industry.
$35-45/hr based on skills, knowledge, and experience