InfraSource Field Safety Specialist - Electric in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
Field Safety Specialist - Electric
InfraSource Electric, A Quanta Services Company
At InfraSource Electric, we believe in developing and retaining the best people in the industry and providing the best value services to our customers in the natural gas and electric industries. We take pride in developing the infrastructure of our country by connecting people and resources. As an industry leader over the last 65 years, we have built our reputation as a premier provider of services with a solid track record of performance, integrity, and – above all – a commitment to safety, quality, and our people.
Field Safety Specialist
The position will be responsible for jobsite safety leadership across an assigned area Focus shall be crew safety leadership in an assigned area. The Field Safety Specialist Position will report to the Area Safety Manager or other assigned department senior manager.
What Do You Offer Us?
Embody and apply core values: safety, quality, integrity, ownership, service, and team
Have positive solutions when presenting problems. Be a part of the solution
Perform area and job site level audits based on event trending, lagging/leading indicators, and safety needs identified with the other department Senior Managers
Coordinate injury management through Workman’s Compensation Manager and assist in establishing area injury management resources and relationship building as assigned
Provide area-level safety leadership and shall promote a positive safety culture as assigned
Participate in parent company-level safety audits across the organization and coordinate corrective actions feedback to the Regional Safety Manager and Operations Manager
Participate in AAR calls relevant to events occurring within the assigned area. Coordinate follow-up
Review weekly Ops Reports for safety planning purposes with Regional Safety Manager
Assist with training instruction and scheduling as directed by the Regional Safety Manager
May assist with/lead special projects as assigned related to organization-wide related safety matters
Assist with root cause identification, investigations, and case management within the assigned area
Complete a monthly expense report for the company Purchasing Card. Shall spend within set departmental guidelines. Submit Purchase Card activity monthly to Regional Safety Manager
Coordinate, manage, and respond to OSHA agency-level audits as directed by the Regional Safety Manager or other department Senior Managers
Coordinate support efforts with Area Safety Manager
Report daily safety experience and daily plan of day inaccuracies to the Area Safety Manager
As assigned by Regional Safety Manager, will make sure investigations, corrective actions, and safety planning are purposeful, complete, and supported
Shall ensure timely notifications for serious events are made to the Regional Safety Manager and operation leaders
All other assigned responsibilities by Area Safety Manager, Regional Safety Manager, or other assigned department senior manager
What We Offer You:
Paid on-the-job technical and professional training
Defined career path for future growth
Competitive wages and industry-leading benefits including Retirement Plan
What is Required?
3 years minimum electric utility safety experience, OSHA ET&D 20, and additional accredited safety certification i.e. CUSP, CHST.
Bachelor Degree is Safety with 1 year of verifiable safety experience.
Maintain and develop overhead and underground electric safety knowledge
Must be able to travel within the region
Must maintain professional interaction, appearances, and communication within all levels of the organization
Continued professional development and Quanta train-the-trainer certification preferred
InfraSource approved safe driving behaviors. Follow all DMV rules and regulations
On call 24/7 or as assigned after hours, weekends and holidays
Other assigned qualifications by the Regional Safety Manager or Director of Safety
This position is subject to the Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) drug & alcohol testing regulations as outlined in 49 CFR Part 382 and/or 49 CFR Part 199.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.