The Conco Companies is seeking an experienced Safety Director to provide safety leadership to over 1,200 employees for our Northern California, Southern California, Washington, Oregon and Colorado locations. The individual will be responsible for helping to minimize and manage the legal and financial risks associated with an integrated subcontracting construction company. The job includes overseeing Conco’s OSHA Compliance, our Fleet Safety Management, and Environmental Compliance.
In terms of our OSHA Compliance, Conco’s Safety Director will be responsible for developing and communicating policies and procedures in compliance with OSHA as well as federal, state and local rules and regulations. The Director will also assist the estimating department with pre-bid safety planning, pre-bid qualifications, and development of corrective action plans. He or she will participate with project teams on pre-construction safety coordination planning, and then put together a pre-project hazard assessment.
Conco’s Safety Director is also in charge of developing and effectively implementing safety strategic planning initiatives as well as leading executive, regional and divisional safety committees. Additionally he or she will plan and implement company and site specific policies for construction safety and general industry facilities and other duties as stated on our job posting.
Along with OSHA Compliance, the Fleet Safety Management responsibilities include continuous improvements to the company’s fleet safety program to ensure compliance to D.O.T. regulations and company policies. As our Safety Director you will develop, audit and improve, and implement driver safety training as well as maintain our fleet safety manual and more.
The Environmental Compliance aspect of the job requires applicants to have a QISP. A QSD or QSP is preferred and experience with the CERS program is also preferred.
The position’s minimal requirements include requiring a CHST; and ASP, CSP, CIH are preferred, along with 10-15 years of safety experience. Candidates should be capable of identifying known potential exposures and recommending the corrective actions. We prefer that applicants have a Bachelor’s degree in safety management or a degree in a related field. Please see Conco’s website for the complete job description and information on how to apply.
The Conco Companies are a leading supplier of concrete services for the Western U.S. We got our start in the Bay Area in 1959 by offering clients the best value on a wide range of concrete services and products. Since that time, we have taken a leading role as one of the top concrete contractors in the region. We have four regional offices serving California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon and Colorado.