APTIM HSE Supervisor in Bridgman, Michigan

Job Overview:

Responsible for implementing all Safety Programs in conjunction with established policies, procedures, and laws/regulations in order to prevent industrial injuries and provide a safe working environment. Includes implementing and/or administering safety, health, environmental protection, and substance abuse prevention programs affecting employee and public safety, occupational health, fire protection and prevention, and equipment and property protection.

Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities:

  • Provide overall safety leadership, guidance and technical support to the Project Management team.

  • Spending 80-90 percent of the time in the field overseeing work activities to ensure safety and health compliance and safe work practices, coaching and correcting "At-Risk Behaviors".

  • Provides technical assistance to office and field operations to ensure compliance with applicable international, federal, state and/or company environmental, safety, and health regulations.

  • Promote Nuclear Safety Culture and ensure compliance with all Client nuclear Safety, Radiological, and Industrial standards.

  • Maintain close liaison with the Strategic Business Unit (SBU) HSE Lead and Corporate Safety Office.

  • Ensure Client Safety Program, Belief Systems, and other safety related initiatives or requirements of the client are understood and followed where required or specified in the accident prevention plan and Human Performance Plan.

  • Conduct Site Safety Orientations to all APTIM personnel.

  • Assist in identifying other safety/HU training needs and arrange for the provisions of appropriate training.

  • Assist in developing the Accident Prevention Plan and Human Performance Plan, and other site specific plans as necessary.

  • Implementing and maintaining the Accident Prevention and Human Performance Plans, and other site specific plans as necessary.

  • Participate in and facilitate the Target Observation program, and promote paired Observations with Supervision on Supervision. Monitor and analyze safety observation trends and implement corrective actions designed to improve results.

  • Help Managers drive effective behavioral change throughout the organization and obtain buy-in from all employees. Monitors the pre-job brief process periodically to ensure quality of safety coverage in the briefs. Helps supervisors with compliance with the JSA process; fill out correctly and accurately. Help foster safety leadership skills.

  • Assisting Supervisors in developing Job Safety Hazard Analyses for Key Higher Hazard Tasks.

  • Assist Supervisors on daily walk-downs and weekly safety/HU inspections.

  • Assist in assembling Morning Tool Box Safety Presentations, Stand downs, 100 hour Re-focus meetings.

  • Reviewing and communication of lessons learned in morning meetings and at other appropriate times in the field.

  • Assist the Project in implementing the Employee Recognition Programs.

  • Provide leadership for all incidents, injuries, illnesses, and near miss incident investigations by helping to collect pertinent facts, interviewing witnesses, reviewing all medical and accident reports concerning the incident in cooperation with Site Management.

  • Provide medical case management leadership; case management, visits to clinic as needed. Following up with employee injury progress.

  • Promote and lead the good catch, low level reporting requirements.

  • Enter all accident, incident data in the APTIM Incident Management System (AIM).

  • Review safety and HU issues and make recommendations for immediate corrective actions.

  • Interfaces with Safety supply rooms to make sure there is enough PPE for employees.

  • Liaison to station safety and maintain daily communication with station lead safety person.

  • Help drive and participate in Weekly Supervisor Safety briefings and monthly safety committee meetings.

  • Conducts on-site Industrial Hygiene monitoring when needed (noise dosimetry, air monitoring, CSE monitoring).

  • Maintain all recordkeeping documents to include accident/incident reports, injury logs, OSHA Logs, training records, and all other company and outage recordkeeping requirements.

  • Monitoring subcontractors compliance with applicable Safety/HU requirements

  • Prepares and reviews technical reports, correspondence, and procedures manuals as required.

  • Establishes and maintains licenses and permits as required.

  • External contacts include clients at work locations and regulatory agencies.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Typically has at least 3-5 years of safety experience in nuclear facilities

  • Typically has 10+ years of relevant experience in general and construction industries

  • Must speak, read and write fluent English.

  • Willing to travel, available to report to work upon "short notice" (within 24 hours) and work weekends, nights and holidays as required.

  • Must possess a valid driver's license with clean driving record.

  • Good written and verbal communication skills are required, as well as moderate to advanced computer and presentation skills (Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

Physical Demands:

  • PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: This positions requires constant (70-100%) Standing; Walking; Lifting 20-50 lbs.; Carrying 20-50 lbs.; Pushing; Pulling; Climbing; Balancing; Bending; Stooping; Kneeling; Crouching; Crawling; Reaching; Handling; Feeling; Hearing (listening) and Observing (vision).

  • Spends 80 to 90 percent of the time in the field traversing the plant

  • Climbs to elevated locations using ladders, scaffold accesses, and stairways and accesses roof areas on occasion

  • Work in indoor and outdoor environments; outdoor environments will include a variety of harsh weather conditions, including but not limited to extreme heat, extreme cold, rain, sleet and snow. Also subject to on-site hazards including but not limited to; moving industrial equipment, electrical current, confined spaces, LO/TO, working at heights, high noise and dust levels, etc.

  • Wears additional coveralls for radiological protection in elevated temperature areas

  • Enters confined spaces to perform air quality testing on occasion

  • Operates motor vehicles on an occasional basis on site and off site

  • Conducts air and noise monitoring and carry's air monitoring equipment on occasion

  • Occasionally wears fall protection harness and works from elevated locations

  • Occasionally wears respiratory protection; a full face or half face air purifying respirator

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled

Applicants with a physical or mental disability who require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process may make their request known by e-mailing HRQuestions@cbifederalservices.com or calling 855.343.5600 for assistance.