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Site Supervisor and safety
12218 51st Pl S Tukwila, WA 98178
Established and growing sandblasting and hard surface restoration company needs a site supervisor with OSHA and safety experience. Projects include internal and external blasting on cement, brick, concrete, wood, asphalt, steel and copper. Commercial, industrial, government and residential projects range from quick turn arounds to six or more months.
We are here because of our employees so if you' re looking for a company with character that values your contribution, please apply!
Site supervisory experience preferably in concrete polishing, sandblasting, painting or construction
Manage and lead on site employees to stay on task and on target.
Ensure safety equipment is on site.
Adhere to project specs and verify documentation.
Take ownership of each project and communicate changes and challenges.
Quality Control Inspections at all critical junctures of the project in order to ensure all work is performed in a safe manner, meeting the Company’ s high-quality standards
Complete daily rounds checklists
Communicate scheduling conflicts with the project manager
Conduct site and safety orientations with all first visitors at the time they arrive on site
Conduct Preconstruction Reviews prior to commencement of their Scope of Work
Preserve and maintain the job site in a manner that reflects positively on the company and does not create safety hazards for other Subcontractors or members of the community
Notifying the Project Manager of any potential deviations to the schedule, Change Orders, safety violations, and issues pertaining to the quality of work
Posting digital daily updates with photos that summarize the activities of the day for each project
Ensure compliance with all health and safety requirements
Responsible for issuing safety policy compliance citations as needed
Record all details of any job site injury in writing per Labor and Industry and company guidelines
Get the facts (how, where, when the injury occurred; be specific)
Interview any witnesses
Provide any injured worker guidance on receiving care after a job site injury including, but not limited to, locating the nearest facility and securing transit for the injured worker when necessary
Report all job site injuries as soon as possible by phone and provide record of injury via email
Qualifications and Requirements
Respiratory safety knowledge preferred
Fall safety experience
Scaffolding and ladder
OSHA 30, OSHA 10
Minimum of 2 years’ residential construction experience required
High-school diploma or equivalent required
Relevant college degree preferred
Understanding of health and safety practices in construction required
OSHA health and safety training highly preferred
Demonstrated proficiency in reading plan sets
Understanding of the jurisdictional inspection process and ability to successfully pass inspections
Ability to read and understand the project schedule
Demonstrated proficiency in using computers and mobile devices to perform work in the field
Aptitude for learning new construction technologies and practices
Must be highly organized and detail-oriented
High-degree of professionalism required with exceptional communication skills
Must possess a valid driver’ s license, clean driving record and reliable transportation for frequent travel between job sites during the day.
Ability to lift 50lbs
Salary DOE and benefits