Lead Safety Job Description

Lead Safety Job Description

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Lead safety provides oversight and definition of requirement for the technical safety programs required by COP and Regulatory agencies (OSHA, EPA).

Lead Safety Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Liaise with EH&S site lead in Charlotte other safety leaders globally
Provides QA/QC for daily inspection reports prepared by inspectors
Reviews manual instrumentation data for the piezometer and inclinometers that are collected onsite
Reviews historic dam information to have in depth understanding of previous dam behavior during events such as storms, dewatering, test grouting
Review current thresh hold and alarms levels and provide input into revised levels due to toe drain being constructed and crest lowering
Monitor Instrumentation and provide response to instrument alarms when they occur
Perform Safety & Reliability Analyses FMEA, FTA, Risk Assessments and Compliance Times Assessments
Maintains knowledge of jurisdictional, company and client HSE requirements and standards
Emissions abatement and Effluent treatment system design
Ergonomic reviews

Lead Safety Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Lead Safety

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: CPR, NCCER, ICS, CSP, IOSH, NEBOSH, TUV, OFA, HACCP, ASP

Education for Lead Safety

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the lead safety job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Engineering, Science, Technical, Health, Medical, Pharmacy, Management, Education, Industrial, Nursing

Skills for Lead Safety

Desired skills for lead safety include:

Federal and state agencies
Regulatory requirements of OSHA
Applicable regulations and policies
Current safety database
Nuclear plant Safety Analysis Reports
Technical Specifications and site procedures

Desired experience for lead safety includes:

You are patient and professional, and you have a natural ability to bring people together and get them to work as a team, providing inspiration and motivation on a regular basis
Bachelor degree in Engineering or other Science discipline
Design Safety Concern register resolution
Relevant personnel training
Housekeeping and Schedules
MHE – Train the Trainer

Lead Safety Examples


Lead Safety Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking for a lead safety. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for lead safety
  • Supports the documentation and record keeping performance indicators
  • Subject matter expert for Electrical Safety on leading level
  • Determination of protective measures and equipment
  • Approval of new tools and equipment, e
  • TUKES – Responsible for electricity licences towards the authorities
  • Establish “switching programs” for high voltage work
  • Reviews, analyzes and prepares recommended responses for the Government customer regarding contractor, sub-contractor submittals including system safety management plans, accident risk assessment reports
  • Implement the facilities ORM Business Plans
  • Work with every plant to assure they are meeting all aspects of the 12 RCS
  • Coordinate and manage drawings for facility assets
Qualifications for lead safety
  • Mountain Information or Mountain Safety experience
  • Certified Electrician on EQF Level 5
  • 5 years relevant experience and familiar with local standards EN50110, VDE 0105-100, BGV A3, TRBS
  • S1 Qualified
  • The successful candidate has a deep knowledge of relevant Finnish laws and standards
  • Knowledge of electrical installation engineering standards and machine directives

Lead Safety Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of lead safety. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for lead safety
  • Supports intake of product complaints if assigned in absence of local QA specialist
  • Implements, maintains and updates USAP Field Safety Curriculum as directed by supervisor and needed throughout the season
  • Facilitates the USAP Field Safety Training program at McMurdo Station providing detailed instruction on cold weather survival techniques, Risk Management, radio communications procedures, familiarization of surroundings, local weather, technical mountaineering skills, crevasse rescue, safe sea ice travel, use and repair of USAP issued camping equipment and basic first aid concepts
  • Repairs, maintains, and cleans life-safety field equipment including specialty items (variety of sleds, tents, stoves, ice coring equipment, and climbing equipment)
  • Provides technical expertise, support, and risk assessments for science groups, other sub-contractors
  • Participates as an active member of the Summer JSART Search and Rescue Team, engaged in all trainings, exercises, and deployments
  • Champion safety throughout the Dannon facility and campus
  • Assist in development and facilitation of safety training material
  • Maintain training records and sustaining appropriate training for all Team Members
  • Assist in contractor compliance with facility policy
Qualifications for lead safety
  • Experience in reading and understanding laws and standards, safety legislation
  • Experience in the use of advanced statistical analytical systems
  • Engineering degree in Electrical or Mechanical preferred
  • 4-year degree in Safety or related field (or equivalent experience)
  • 5+ years of work experience on northern mining, civil and/or environmental construction projects
  • Comprehensive knowledge of construction-related processes and open pit and underground mining processes thorough knowledge of industry practices required

Lead Safety Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of lead safety. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for lead safety
  • To undertake such work as you are assigned in a careful and efficient way and in compliance with current standards, regulatory requirements and the Dannon EHS policies
  • To communicate in a friendly, helpful and non-prejudicial manner in your dealings with staff, employees and / or contractors/ suppliers as you will be regarded as a representative of your department, and you should behave accordingly
  • To be aware of and abide by the rules and codes of the department
  • To adhere to and to positively promote the Dannon Safety Values
  • To maintain high standards of work within your department
  • Other duties as required and as assigned by management
  • Trains, coaches and performs safety observations to assure high safety standards
  • Serve as an internal resource for all P.J
  • Develops, revises and implements work practices and programs that enhance employee performance
  • Works both independently and with supervision to develop, implement, and oversee the Safety and Occupational Health Plan (SOHP) for projects and operating facilities
Qualifications for lead safety
  • Must be able to operate self-sufficiently in field environments
  • Current CPR certification and current Wilderness First Responder certification required
  • Computer competency required with a proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Access preferred
  • A (BS) degree in an EHS or related field
  • Exposure to safety architecture is highly desired
  • Ability to interact with vendors, plant employees, and different levels of management

Lead Safety Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for a lead safety. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for lead safety
  • Provides safety & health information/expertise to the site team
  • Provides safety training to the site team as required
  • Support, monitor and maintain the delivery of the JBBB JV HS Strategy within and Quality Assurance (non nuclear systems) on the project
  • Work with the relevant H&S leads from BB and Jones Bros, develop local operating procedures/ arrangements where required and monitor the implementation
  • Assist the JBBB JV management team to liaise with project external stakeholders, regulators and reputation in line with overall JB and BB approach as documented in the Project Management Plan
  • Develop or contribute expertise in specialist area as required Lead, develop and coach individuals to build high performing teams and create a pipeline of talent
  • Have a proven track record of delivering exceptional HS & Q performance within a matrix management structure
  • Hold MIOSH or above with relevant professional qualifications
  • Have demonstrable construction experience whilst operating at a site management level
  • Have strong communication and relationship management skills
Qualifications for lead safety
  • HSE qualifications recognized locally or internationally OSHA, NEBOSH, IOSH, Industrial Safety diploma governed by respective government organization
  • Knowledge of GMP, GLP, food allergens, pest control, sanitation, and food safety regulations
  • Experience with GFSI Quality Systems such as SQF, BRC, FSSC22000, ISO9000 or ISO17025
  • Leadership within a team and ability to lead change
  • A minimum of 10 years of experience in a research or hydrocarbon processing environment
  • Deep understanding of NIMS and ICS

Lead Safety Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking for a lead safety. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for lead safety
  • Review performance in S&E and facilitates implementation corrective and preventative actions where required
  • Ensure training and coaching are taking place to drive a safety-perfect culture and to ensure safety and environmental standards and awareness are well understood throughout the plant organization
  • Providing key information for managing the COMAH and Offshore Safety Cases
  • Lead the Management of Change system
  • Review and update of the COMAH Safety Report and Offshore Safety cases
  • Act as “PFEER” Technical Authority
  • Lead the MoC process making updates and improvements as necessary
  • Responsible for co-ordinating activities essential for the maintenance of the Major Hazard Assessment section of the OMS
  • Ensure compliance with COMAH Safety Report and Offshore Safety Cases
  • Providing SS &
Qualifications for lead safety
  • Adapting traditional standard safety processes to unique new technology applications
  • A team player.You believe that you can achieve more on a team — that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
  • The role will require flexible work schedule, including but not limited to weekend work hours and the option to work from a home office
  • Expedited reporting knowledge for Country specific competent authorities
  • Ability to climb fixed ladder cages at heights of 30 ft
  • Ability to enter enclosed spaces through 18” man-way for cleaning and inspection purposes

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