Safety Manager Job Description

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Safety Manager Job Description

  • Promoting a continuous improvement culture and implement best practice management systems in the workplace.
  • Responsible for all health & safety aspects of the project and ensure all works are completed in accordance with required contract conditions, standards/regulations
  • Monitor daily site tasks and provide advice on risks and controls
  • Ensure that OHS induction and training is provided to all employees and subcontractors,
  • Manage Subcontractor compliance
  • Set up and maintain the reporting system
  • Undertake audits to verify compliance.
  • Investigate any injuries, incidents and near misses and recommend appropriate corrective actions.
  • Co-ordinates return to work activities.

Safety Manager Requirements

  • 5-10 years’ experience in the roads, tunnel or construction environment
  • Experience on RMS projects
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build strong relationships internally as well as externally.
  • Excellent skills in managing time, setting priorities, planning, communication and organizing along with the ability to positively influence improved Health and Safety Outcomes.
  • Degree, Diploma or similar and a current member of a relevant

Safety Manager Benefits

  • $130-140k + Super

Job Opportunities for Safety Manager

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