Friday, 02 August 2019 05:30

​Title: Safety and Work Practice Coordinator
Location: Rancho Cordova, CA

Wilson Construction Co. has an immediate opening for a Safety and Work Practice Coordinator based in Rancho Cordova, CA with a positive, can-do attitude. The Safety and Work Practice Coordinator will be responsible for worksite analysis, hazard recognition, employee involvement (e.g., duties of crew members, foreman and general foreman), hazard prevention and control, and compliance with customer specifications and Wilson construction methods. The Safety and Work Practice Coordinator will perform safety audits using the iAuditor app and work practice observation form to document observation findings.

Duties and Responsibilities:
· Review with the crew portions of the Project Specific Safety Plan (PSSP) that are relevant for the planned tasks of the day.
· Audit the Task Hazard Analysis (THA) forms to assure they are complete and consistent with the PSSP.
· Participate in the daily tailboard with the crew at the show-up yard and during the on-site THA process. Emphasize the critical importance of identifying what could go wrong and the necessary precautions to prevent those hazards from happening. During higher risk tasks, ensure that detailed discussions and monitoring by the general foreman happen more frequently.
· Invite customer field representatives to meaningfully participate at the morning meetings.
· Seek constructive feedback from customer field representatives at least twice per week, if not daily.
· Assure the general foreman meets with each foreman in the morning to discuss the daily work plan and identify foreseeable hazards.
· Provide management with feedback on whether all crew members are meaningfully participating in preparing the THA. Evaluate crew culture and whether they actively engage with Human Performance principles and tools.
· Interview every new crew member to understand the nature and extent of the new worker’s experience and to ensure the new worker is fit for duty to perform tasks safely and properly.
· Provide immediate feedback on work practices. Compliment crew members when things are done correctly, and correct potential errors.
· Ensure all incidents, good catches and near-miss events are reported in a timely manner. Assist with incident and near-miss investigations.

Safety and Work Practice Coordinator Requirements:
· Minimum 5 years of Journeyman Lineman experience.
· Working knowledge of state and federal OSHA laws and regulations.
· Must be able to work outside and travel.
· Ability to communicate effectively with various levels of staff and personality types.
· Must be proficient in the use of a computer and be familiar with Word documents.
· Desire and ability to learn the technical aspects of our industry.
· May be expected to walk and maneuver difficult terrain on job sites.
· Must have a valid state driver’s license.

Competitive salary and excellent benefits package including employer paid medical, dental, vision.

Wilson Construction Co. is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Smoke & drug free environment. Successful candidates will be required to pass post-offer drug tests.

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No phone calls please.
No agency referrals please.

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