Safety Coordinator

Coreslab Structures (KANSAS) Inc.

POSITION:  Safety Coordinator
This job description reflects a general assignment of essential functions; it does not include or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.

Under general supervision, this position will perform Safety functions toward the overall goal of zero worker incidents and injuries, and performs related work as required or assigned.

Ensure a safe and healthy working environment
Ensure the company complies with all environmental laws and regulations
Maintain the lowest possible potential for fire within the company’s property
Develop, implement, and maintain programs to identify and correct unsafe conditions
Provide oversight of programs through personal on-site inspections
Respond to, investigate, resolve and document employee safety concerns
Completes job hazard analysis, root cause analysis, near miss, post incident investigation and reporting
Maintain all employee training and first aid documentation
Organize a forum for active employee participation in all areas of safety
Administer appropriate first aid to employees
Manage departmental budget
Contribute to the team effort
Maintain safety and first aid supplies, equipment and software
Secure confidential and intellectual information
Perform all occupational safety and hazard procedures in conjunction with all essential duties

Knowledge of:
Environmental/public health
OSHA standards, requirements and reporting
Compliance with, and enforcement of, applicable Federal and State Regulations and Laws, including recordkeeping
The manufacture of precast/prestressed concrete
Coreslab policies
Operational procedures as related to Safety
Occupational hazards and proper safety precautions

Skills in:
Employee relations
Leadership and organization
Microsoft Word and Excel
Oral and written communication (English and Spanish)
Time management and prioritization

Ability to:
Monitor employee and workplace moral
Maintain positive and professional customer service
Follow oral and written instruction
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees
Communicate effectively and at an appropriate level for this classification
Contribute to operational development

Employees may be exposed to:
moving mechanical/electrical parts and equipment
fumes or airborne particles
metal preservatives
oils and greases
loud noises
heat/cold/wet conditions

While performing the duties of this classification, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hand to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, bend or twist; talk and hear, see and focus. The employee must regularly lift and/or move heavy objects, up to and exceeding 50 pounds.

5 – years of progressive safety experience, must have successfully completed OSHA 30 hr training course, successfully completed and is current with CPR, or equivalent combination of experience, education and training which provides the desired knowledge, skills and abilities of this classification. Must be able to work overtime on short notice, which could exceed 8 hours per shift and/or 40 hours per work week.

Application Process:
Please complete the application form to the right or apply in person

Coreslab Structures (KANSAS) Inc.
759 S 65th Street
Kansas City, KS 66111

Job Categories: Safety
Job Types: Full Time
Job Locations: Kansas City. KS
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