Construction Safety Manager

A construction safety manager is responsible for establishing and enforcing safety standards on a construction site.

Safety Managers must have OSHA qualifications and work closely with OSHA to guarantee a safe work place. 

Construction Safety Manager primary functions

Construction Safety Managers play an important role in providing support for the construction crews.  Construction Safety Manager ensure construction crews complete projects in safe manner.  Safety Managers will visit construction sites to come up with best safety practices and also identify any safety related issues.

Construction Safety Manager responsibilities

  • A safety manager acts as the main liaison between construction companies, OSHA and the DOB
  • Safety Managers visit sites and asses to guarantee overall safety and best practices
  • Safety Managers enforce all safety rules and regulations
  • A safety manager will regularly hold safety meetings
  • It is a safety managers responsibility to report all unsafe working conditions or behaviors

Construction Safety Manager Qualifications

  • Experience as Superintendent or Safety Manager
  • A safety manager will hold up to date licenses with the DOB and OSHA
  • As a safety manager it is preferred to have a BSc/BA in safety management or relevant field
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • A safety manager will be detail orientated

Construction safety managers are currently in high demand as they play a key role in guaranteeing an overall safe work site.

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