Site Safety Manager

June 16, 2017

The Site Safety Manager is responsible for promoting site safety and managing the day-to-day field safety operations for their assigned project. This includes planning, coordinating, and enforcing safety regulations and codes. They will serve as the company’s main point of contact for general contractors, owners, subcontractors, regulatory agencies and the California Drywall team for all safety related matters.



  • Responsible for safety leadership, motivation, education and communication with California Drywall employees as well as the general contractor, other trades, owners and subcontractors on the project.
  • Ensures project safety goals and expectations are realistic, achievable, and revisited/revised at appropriate times during the life of the project
  • Provide/assist with delivery of jobsite specific safety orientations for new employees joining the project, as applicable
  • Facilitate ongoing company required and job specific safety training (Fall Protection, Lift Safety, etc.)
  • Ensure that pre-task plan meetings are taking place daily
  • Ensure all daily site inspections are performed and documented
  • Ensure all equipment inspections (Scaffolds, Forklifts, Aerial lifts, etc.) are performed and documented
  • Perform inspections of safety equipment; remove and replace any defective equipment
  • Manage all site safety documentation and provide detailed weekly written reports
  • Participate in safety pre-construction and pre-work meetings
  • Support Project Foremen/General Foremen in development of Job Hazard Analyses.
  • Help develop project specific corrective action plans to address safety issues and concerns
  • Provide regular feedback to project leadership in a constructive manner on needed areas for safety improvement and recognition.
  • Provide coaching and mentoring for employees exhibiting unsafe behaviors, and provide recognition for employees exhibiting safe behaviors.
  • Manages problem prevention strategies to limit reactionary practices
  • Support Project Leadership in completion of incident investigations.
  • Facilitate all injury/illness cases.
  • Perform periodic evaluations of power tools and equipment (i.e. scissor lifts, forklifts, fall protection, laser levelers, etc.) to ensure equipment is being maintained in good working order, as applicable.
  • Monitor and evaluate California Drywall/Subcontractor compliance with applicable rules and regulations, and project safety requirements.
  • Support Project Foremen in the execution of weekly toolbox safety meetings and other safety-related activities
  • Attend the assigned safety meetings as required
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  • High School diploma or equivalent combination of technical training and/or construction related safety experience.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ construction experience, or two years’ full-time safety experience, preferably in construction industry.
  • Current OSHA 30-hour construction safety training
  • Advanced Safety/Industrial Hygiene Certifications (CSP, ASP, CIH, OHST, and CHST) preferred
  • Working knowledge of OSHA regulations or other applicable codes
  • Possession of a valid driver license
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish)
  • Experience with union workforce desired
  • Proficient in using a computer and Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.)
  • Ability to address an audience of various sizes and effectively communicate his/her message and ideas
  • Ability to work independently, strong communication skills with ability to influence behaviors

Work Environment


  • Work is conducted in both indoor office settings, and outdoor constructions jobsite settings. Environmental conditions will vary
  • Standing, walking, sitting, carrying, climbing, pushing, bending, balancing
  • Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds
  • Performance of the required duties will require physical ability to climb permanent and temporary stairs, passenger use of construction personnel hoists, ability to climb ladders, work at heights, and negotiate work areas under construction.

The duties and responsibilities are intended to describe the general nature and scope of work being performed by this position. This is not a complete listing and other duties will be assigned based on the positions role within the business unit.



  • This is an opportunity with growth potential. We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits including medical, dental, 401K, bonus, continuing education reimbursement.

California Drywall is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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