Volt Power Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor in Dallas, Texas
Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor
Title:Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor
Work Location:Dallas, TX
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Volt Power, LLC, is a member of the Artera Services family of companies, and a leading provider of construction and maintenance services for electric transmission and distribution lines throughout the Southwest, Central South, Midwest, and Eastern United States. With a continued focus on our Mission Statement, Volt Power, LLC continues our journey of being the preferred Utility Service Company for our customers. We offer excellent compensation and industry-leading benefits such as health, dental and vision, life insurance, STD and LTD eligible to start on DAY ONE. Eligibility for company matching 401k benefit after 3 months of employment.
Volt Power, LLC is currently seeking a qualified Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor for our Southwest region. This high visibility role reports directly to the Regional Safety Manager(s) and supports the Division’s HSE program strategy while using their technical and leadership competencies to drive continuous improvement in the field. This position is accountable for the planning, management and implementation of health and safety strategies as defined by the company.
* This position can be in TEXAS or LOUISIANA ***
Safety Program / Policy & Procedure
Conduct safety meetings (toolbox talks) with employees, managers and subcontractors.
Works to actively coach and mentor Safety Specialists
Observe new operational site tasks as they are implemented to provide support and ensure safe practices.
Assist in formulating safety guidelines and procedures.
Evaluate safety performance through regular field walks, inspections and audits related to H&S and OSHA standards.
Provide corrective action and coaching for unsafe conditions and work practices observed, and recognition of safe acts, behaviors and conditions, leading and influencing the safety culture.
Plan for safety by assisting field management in the preparation of project safety roadmaps, job risk assessments, and job hazard analyses.
Assist or prepare site safety plans for large projects and evaluate safety task plans.
Provide feedback on opportunities for improvement or positive recognition.
Assist in the formation and conduct of local safety committees.
Assists in and conducts root cause analysis reviews for workplace incidents.
Evaluate effectiveness of corrective actions.
Conducts regular audits of workplace to ensure regulatory compliance.
Assists in the reporting and evaluation of incident and leading indicator statistics.
Maintain knowledge of legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting EHS functions and ensure policies, procedures and reporting are in compliance.
Effectively manage, train and coach GFs, Foreman and Safety Specialists, or other safety resources needed to support projects
Review safety component of new bid and contract documents to understand site-specific hazards and unique environmental health and safety requirements to properly bid and execute a project. Assist as needed with safety pre-qualification data, including sub-contractor support
Assist with development of division/project safety committees to facilitate employee engagement.
Perform other duties as assigned
Conducts regular programmed observations of Safety Specialists and crews.
Education and/or Experience
High School Diploma or Equivalent
2-3 years’ experience in General Industry or Construction Safety field, managing direct reports, required
5 or more years Utility/Electrical field work experience at the Journeyman level or equivalent knowledge, skills and education.
OSHA 500/501 Approved Instructor preferred
ASP, CSP, COSS, COHSO, or equivalent safety professional certification preferred
Key Skills Requirements
Experience in a supervisory role with direct reports required
Valid driver’s license required
Ability to develop and deliver effective presentations
Leadership skills with a focus on coaching, influencing, and leading change
Proficient with Microsoft Office software, including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook
Ability to manage multiple tasks and set priorities appropriately
Self-motivated, reliable, able to work independently and as part of a team
Ability to quickly establish and build relationships and trust throughout the organization
Excellent verbal and written communication skills