Position Summary: This full-time position is responsible for all phases of the GBCA Safety Services department including, but not limited to, coordinating all programs, committee activities, and training and education efforts.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include the following, other duties may be assigned:
Provide leadership of a Safety Program that is seen as the expert and “sounding board” of and for thecommercial construction industry
Develop and oversee an operating budget for the Safety Department
Perform special projects as assigned by the President
Provide onsite or telephone safety consultations
Provide onsite or downloadable “Toolbox Talks”
Provide assistance with the development and review of Job Hazard Analysis
Review and/or develop Safety Program’s for Association members
Address safety questions involving OSHA, the International Construction Code, and Philadelphia City Ordinances
Assist in OSHA Standard interpretation
OSHA citation review and assistance in preparation for an OSHA Informal Conference
Provide in-house OSHA 10-Hour Construction Outreach training
Provide in-house OSHA 30-Hour Construction Outreach training
Incorporate AGC of America’s safety curriculum/training programs in the GBCA safety program
Act as liaison with the Department of Licensing & Inspections, to coordinate legislative and safety activities on issues relating to construction safety and related area
Monitor OSHA developments that may impact contractors
Monitor city, county, and state legislation concerning safety issues
Evaluate loss reports and other data to determine industry injury or accident trends and develop recommendations for action
Prepare and implement new safety and loss control programs to meet changing needs and expectations of the membership
Attend public hearings and other construction related committee activities as needed
Provide content for the GBCA digital and print publications, and AGC publications
Plan and execute safety-related informational seminars/workshops
Coordinate various safety award programs including GBCA Project Safety Awards, GBCA CEA Safety Excellence Awards, NASA program, AGC Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA), and Roundtable Construction Industry Safety Excellence (CISE) awards
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily.
This position requires a current State driver’s license and a valid OSHA 10/30 Hour Teaching Certificate (OSHA 500).
Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required. Five to eight years related experience and/or training is required. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted.