Must currently hold or be able to obtain a DOE “L” Clearance
Bachelor’s Degree in ES&H discipline or related science/ engineering area, in an associated area applicable to the program to be supported, and/or a minimum of 5 years professional experience in the program area.
Technical and field knowledge of assigned safety area.
Knowledge and understanding of the elements and attributes of the Environmental Management System (EMS) and of the Integrated Safety Management System (ISMS) as defined in the UCOR PPD-EH-1400, Integrated Safety Management System Description and UCOR PPD-EH-1745 Worker Safety and Health Program.
Knowledge and understanding of Occupational/Construction Safety as defined in PPD-EH-1745.
Working knowledge and practical application of industrial safety procedures, and governmental regulations and practices.
Experience in industrial safety oversight/compliance activities.
Knowledge and understanding of governmental industrial and construction safety standards, procedures, rules, and regulations.
Skilled in verbal and written communication.
Prior Training or Qualifications:
Certification in the assigned discipline is desirable.
Roles and Responsibilities:
The Project Safety Representative provides technical support to the project in the practical application of regulatory procedures/ requirements and standards related to safety discipline including implementation of the Integrated Safety Management System (ISMS) and 10 CFR 851, Worker Safety and Health Program on assigned projects.
In this capacity, the Project Safety Representative directly supports execution of project work scope as assigned and provides oversight to ensure compliance with applicable safety regulations, DOE Orders and other related requirements.
Monitor work practices in the assigned area.
Implement and provide oversight and technical support in the practical application of regulations, procedures, other requirements and standards applicable to the UCOR Worker Safety and Health Program.
Coordinate with project managers, supervisors and subcontract coordinators on industrial safety concerns.
Conduct safety surveys, walkdowns of work areas or operations to identify and mitigate potential safety-related worker hazards.
Perform and/or support hazard assessments using recognized methodologies (i.e., ISMS, process), UCOR accident/prevention strategies and addressing the requirements of PROC-FS-1001, Integrated Work Control Program.
Recommend appropriate engineering administrative, work practice and/or personal protective control methods to mitigate workplace hazards.
Actively participate in Plan-Of-The-Day meetings and Tailgate meetings/briefings in project assigned areas.
Conduct accident investigations, document and report in accordance with all requirements of PROC-EH-2001, Accident/Incident Reporting.
Report to the Project Safety Lead and Project ESH Operations Manager/designee for day-today direction and functionally reports to the UCOR Safety and Health Manager.
Meet scheduled and budget for assigned responsibilities and tasks.
Maintain training, required reading and any qualification requirements current.
Approve industrial safety documents and reports for assigned projects prior to submittal to the Project Safety Lead.
Safety Specialist II – Grade 23
Bachelor of Science in Safety, Health, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Engineering or other related degree required.
OR demonstrated equivalent combination of education and experience.
2+ years of experience. Relevant professional certification preferred (i.e. CIH, CSP, CHP, etc.), or must have the ability to obtain professional certification.
Level Specific Responsibilities:
Under general supervision, will administer one of more functions of the safety and health program on the company or project level.
Performs technical work in a wide range of safety and health applications to achieve compliance with ES&H standards along with federal and state regulatory requirements.
Assists in the development implementation and maintenance of safety and health programs, systems and procedures.
Creates, evaluates, educates and administers the safety program to all levels of employees.
Surveys, evaluates, investigates and gathers information and data as may be directed.
Safety Specialist III – Grade 24
Bachelor of Science in Safety, Health, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Engineering or other related degree required, or demonstrated equivalent combination of education and experience
4+ years of experience. Relevant professional certification preferred (i.e. CIH, CSP, CHP, etc.), or must have the ability to obtain professional certification.
Level Specific Responsibilities:
Under moderate supervision, will direct or administer a specific function of the safety, health, and environmental program on the company or project level.
Responsible for moderately complex technical work in a wide range safety and health disciplines to achieve compliance with ES&H standards along with federal and state regulatory requirements.
Creates, evaluates, educates, and administers the safety program to all levels of employees.
Surveys, evaluates, investigates, and gathers information and data as may be directed.
Provides regulatory interpretation and technical advice.
May provide technical guidance to the activities of subordinates.
May administer an ES&H program on a small-to medium- sized project
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