Job DutiesThe safety manager will use his/her management skills, knowledge, experience and equipment to manage field crews to follow safety management systems for the erection of steel skeleton of buildings including rigging, hoisting, bolting and welding. The safe performance of these duties of an ironworker are both job related and consistent with business necessity for Williams Steel Erection Company, Inc. This position is classified safety critical. Duties and responsibilities include:. The preparation/maintenance of the company's safety management system manual / site specific plans. Monitor all safety / quality related activities on the project . Perform all internal and external safety audits on behalf of the company's management. Attend pre-bid meetings and coordinate all project safety requirements with the project bidders.. Attend client safety management meetings. The preparation and control of site specific safety management documentation. Perform regular safety & quality management training to superintendents, foreman and crews. Monitor the progress and effectiveness of the project safety management system.. Recommend and implement safety management improvements when required.. Monitor safety statistical method performance & reporting.. Action and close internal / customer safety issues / complaints. Control all archive all safety documentation upon the completion of the project.. Be Knowledgeable of and meet all company safety requirements. Be knowledgeable of both Federal and applicable OSHA general industry and construction standards. Assist in other company safety duties as directedQualifications, Experience and Knowledge Required Good communication skills, with the ability to communicate with management, supervision, frontline employees and clientsFinancial and operational knowledge, as well as knowledge of regulations, policy and procedures that affect the projectEngineering education and/or degree, knowledge, experience and operational knowledge of erection and fabrication industryAbility to read, understand and manage project contractual requirements and documentsAbility to read, understand and analyze contract plans, specifications, erection drawings, schedules & costsHave a high level of emotional intelligence.Have a high level of integrityStrong leadership skills with the ability to inspire people to action through their influenceSuccessfully complete OSHA 30 Hour Construction Health & Safety curriculum Successfully complete OSHA 500 Authorized Trainer Construction Health & SafetySuccessfully complete OSHA 500 Authorized Trainer General Industry Health & SafetySuccessfully complete additional OSHA & safety training as directed by the company Essential Functions: Attendance. Regular attendance and punctuality are essential for the smooth operation of this company and performance of worker's duties.Substance Abuse Compliance: Must submit to and pass a substance abuse test.Safety: Workers must comply with all OSHA, Union, Company and Project Safety RequirementsTraining & Certifications: OSHA 30 Hour, OSHA 500 General Industry and Construction. Must complete all necessary safety and training as required by OSHA, the project and the company.Reading / Understanding Contract Documents: Read and understand project erection drawings, specifications, erection methods and dimensions Transportation. Workers must have a valid driver's license and have transportation to get to assigned projects.Physical stamina. Must have high endurance because they spend many hours on their feet. They must have ability to climb vertical ladders, climb on elevated scaffolds, and maintain balance.Unafraid of heights. Must be able to work at great heights and use fall protection.