Safety and Loss Control Manager

Employer Resources NorthWest - Seattle, WA


Construction Safety and

Loss Control Manager

General: The residential construction safety and loss control manager will lead efforts to collaborate with retro association members on ways to improve and sustain workers compensation performance through proactive safety practices to achieve program goals. Candidate must be willing to work out of Bellevue office.

Primary Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to):

  • Direct contact and safety lead for a large residential construction retro group.
  • Analyzes and reviews group injury data to identify performance deficiencies.
  • Engages with businesses to identify performance gaps and provides proactive practical safety solutions to support sustained safety performance.
  • Ability to conduct walkthroughs and safety recommendations on construction jobsites.
  • Ability to identify root cause of injuries and provide recommendations to prevent future injuries.
  • Attends safety committees, safety training's and association events.
  • Develops and delivers safety training's on wide range of construction safety topics.
  • Stays relevant on new safety rules and legislation.
  • Reviews and supports businesses with their accident prevention programs.
  • Ability to support construction companies with LNI compliance visits and citation appeals.
  • Travels to and from client base located in Western Washington.


  • Ten or more years of residential construction safety experience within Washington State.
  • Ability to be a self-starter, identify client needs, plan, prepare and manage schedule daily.
  • Ability to identify, interpret, and appropriately apply WAC 296-155 Safety Standards.
  • Computer skills to manipulate and calculate data in spreadsheets and use common applications such as MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Maintain a valid Washington state driver’s license and good driving record.
  • Write and speak English fluently and apply basic algebraic equations.
  • Present well, both in physical appearance and quality of presentation materials to business owners and other executive level employees of client companies.
  • Be self-directed and demonstrate ability to work in small and large teams.
  • General understanding of Washington State claim process and return to work programs.
  • General understanding of how experience ratings affect company workers comp rates.
  • Have good oral and written communication skills great attitude, ability to learn quickly and work as a team player.
  • Work out of Bellevue office.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in safety management
  • Experience in Washington State workers compensation
  • Construction Health Safety Technician CHST, OSHA Outreach Trainer, other designations
  • Speaks Spanish

Job Type: Full-time


  • Construction: 10 years (Required)


  • Bachelor's (Preferred)


  • Seattle, WA (Preferred)


  • CHST, ASP (Preferred)


  • Spanish (Preferred)