Safety Director

  •   Full Time
  •   CA

Safety directors develop policies and protocols upon which construction workers perform their duties. This helps workers reduce the chance of accidents and injuries and prevents from losses that the company may be hit with due to inability to meet deadlines. One of the first things that a safety director does on a typical workday is to inspect the premises and the machinery that workers will use to ensure that they are safe to run. He may look for potential hazards such as slippery floors or faulty equipment that may result in a problem. He will also inspect workers to make sure that they are wearing safety clothing and gear such as helmets and jackets.


  • Assist in developing and implementing safety and loss prevention programs.
  • Monitor safety performance of on-site workers to determine vulnerability.
  • Identify and remove unsafe or hazardous materials from job sites prior to each shift.
  • Check workers to ensure that they are wearing the right type of clothes (helmets, jackets and gloves) before they begin their shift.
  • Inspect workplace at the beginning of each day to make sure it is safe for operation.
  • Perform inspection on equipment and tools that workers will use during their shift.
  • Check the stability of scaffolding and make sure that all materials such as tar, cement and bricks are of good quality.
  • Perform accident investigations to gauge measures that need to be taken to prevent them the next time.
  • Write detailed report of on-site accidents.
  • Conduct detailed safety audits on a periodic basis.
  • Educate workers about the company’s safety policy and procedures that they need to follow.
  • Store hazardous materials and dangerous equipment in specially designated storage places.
  • Inspect safety related complaints such as spills, poisoning and disease outbreaks.
  • Communicate essential safety standards to workers during each walkthrough stage regardless of how many times it has been repeated.
  • Conduct safety trainings and orientations.
  • Develop and submit comprehensive safety report of each inspection undertaken.
  • Safety director to be in charge of all aspects of safety for our company
  • Handle fleet management for state compliance of vehicles and equipment
  • Provide all trainings for our employees
  • Job inspections
  • Safety violation discipline with employees
  • Job meetings with customers


  • OSHA permits and all safety certifications and permits
  • Knowledge of potentially hazardous materials or practices
  • Experience in writing reports and policies for health and safety
  • Familiarity with conducting data analysis and reporting statistics
  • Proficient in MS Office; Working knowledge of safety management information systems is a plus
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to present and explain health and safety topics
  • BSc/BA in safety management, engineering or relevant field is preferred

For immediate consideration, please forward a copy of your current resume to referencing job #1683 or a link to this job.

Job & Company Detail

Company Industry

Architect Industry

Company Size

1 - 9 Employees



Job Category

Business Development

Applications Accepted Until

01 January 2030