Safety Engineer

Aug 01, 2019

Safety Engineer – TMG Construction 

Location: Ronald Reagan National Airport

 

To apply: Please email your resume to aperry@tmgworld.net

 

SAFETY. INTEGRITY. QUALITY. INNOVATION. These are just some of the principles that guide the 115 and growing members of TMG Construction. The Matthews Group, Inc. t/a TMG Construction Corporation (TMG) is a general contractor and design-builder specializing in fully operational and occupied environments. TMG focuses on sectors of technical expertise that involve:

 

  • Interiors                        • Buildings                                 • Systems
  • Civil                                 • Specialty Construction         • Historic

 

Incorporated in 1992, TMG performs work primarily in secure campus environments, such as federal

government facilities, data centers, military bases, airports, schools, and other public sites. Our

projects have involved millions of square feet of renovations ranging from comprehensive interior

build-outs to complex system upgrades to mission-critical technology installations in high-profile

facilities.

 

Our specialty construction projects involve roads, taxiways, access control points, antiterrorism/force-protection installations, water towers, bridges, critical infrastructure, parking lots,

outdoor recreational amenities, stormwater management systems, and environmental remediation

and restoration.

 

Our highly evolved and proprietary management software, systems, and procedures enable our project team to work in occupied facilities with minimal disruption to 24/7 operations.

 

TMG Construction’s Safety Engineer is responsible for providing health and safety inspection and oversight on construction projects being managed by TMG. The Safety Engineer is responsible for producing, implementing, and enforcing an Accident Prevention Plan (APP) for the assigned job site, in accordance with TMG’s Safety and Health Program. The Safety Engineer is on-duty when work is being performed, overseeing and managing project construction crews, and ensuring that all personnel are following proper safety rules and regulations. The Safety Engineer will work very closely with TMG’s Director of Corporate Safety & Field Training.

 

Essential Functions of Safety Engineer-Attend pre-work meetings and produce job-specific APP and Activity Hazard Analyses (AHAs), in accordance with TMG’s Safety and Health Program.-Work as member of the project team, including sub-contractors, to ensure implementation and continuous monitoring and enforcement of the provisions of the project APP and AHAs.-Ensure that all activities are conducted in accordance with all applicable OSHA requirements and regulations, and other applicable regulations.-Conduct regular site inspections, recording all violations and noting what remediation needs to occur to keep the project moving safely.-Prepare comprehensive reports of safety inspections and complete all safety related documentation and paperwork.-Coordinate response to on-site emergencies, and interface with off-site and on-site emergency response entities.-Conduct safety training, including new employee orientation or refresher training, and on-the-spot training to all personnel.-Work with the management team to develop new safety policies, refine existing policies, modify design requirements, and draft construction-related specifications.-Other duties as assigned.

 

Responsibilities-5 years’ of Construction Industry safety experience on similar projects in supervising or managing general or industry construction (managing safety programs or processes or conducting hazard analyses and developing controls).-Maintained experience through having taken 24 hours of documented formal or on-line safety and health related coursework in the past three years. The training must be applicable to the work being performed on the project. Teaching is not considered the equivalent of attending training.-Safety Engineer shall be able to demonstrate training in the following areas: Personal protective equipment and clothing to include selection, use and maintenance, hazard communication, excavation, scaffolding, fall protection, and confined space.

 

Preferred Experience, Education, Skills, and Certifications-B.S. in Safety Management-CHST certification-Ability to train personnel in fall protection, excavation, shoring, scaffolding, and/or confined space

-OSHA 30-hour Construction Safety Certification (within past 5 years)-USACE Quality Control Management Certificate-Current First Aid/CPR/AED Training-High School Diploma-Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.-Excellent written and verbal communication.-Demonstrate a professional demeanor.-Valid driver’s license with good motor vehicle record.