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What is the job description of a Construction Assistant Field Safety Director?

Construction Job Title Construction Assistant Field Safety Director Construction Assistant Field Safety Director Job Description Our National Safety Director will be responsible for: Company-wide safety leadership and sharing of safety best practices across all Tradesmen International regions Development, implementation and management of a national safety program and complementary safety intiatives. In addition, you will be required to measure the effectiveness of such programs. Supporting corporate safety training initiatives and helping offices develop and maintain localized safety programs to coincide with corporate objectives Helping ensure our craft professionals, in all trades, are among the industry's most safety-minded workforces in the construction industry Supporting our effort to ensure all our craftsmen employees successfully complete specific OSHA Construction Outreach Training (as a condition of hire) Ensuring select field office management successfully completes OSHA 500 training and maintains appropriate OSHA compliance Facilitating company-wide efforts to market safety-related services to our construction clientele and their employees Minimum of 10 years Construction-related experience 5 Years Management Experience Strong knowledge of OSHA Rules & Regulations as they apply to the construction industry. Marine industry safety knowledge is a plus Experience with OSHA's 10- and 30-Hour Construction Outreach Training programs as well as the OSHA 500 Train-the-Trainer program. You must already have successfully completed these programs Demonstrated ability to establish clear company-wide safety-oriented objectives and to develop, implement and monitor national safety programs that meet these objectives Proven ability to provide guidance to field/local office management, helping them develop and maintain local programs with goals consistent with national initiatives Superior communication skills