ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND PURPOSE
With minimum supervision, the Health & Safety (HS) Inspector should be able to provide Health and Safety guidance and support to the workforce. Ensures that the Company maintains compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and local regulations.
POSITION DEMANDS (Education/Training)
Typically has a High School diploma or GED; with typical 4years of directly related experience or AS Degree in related EHS field.
Must have some working knowledge of Occupational Safety & Health (OSHA) 1915 and 1910.
A minimum of three years of experience performing the duties of a Safety Inspector.
A minimum of three years of full-time experience directly related to safety enforcement and related duties comparable to a Safety Inspector in industrial or commercial plants and/or construction sites.
Continuing education in approved Health and Safety related courses towards a
Professional Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety or equivalent.
Must have, or be able to complete and pass, courses including; 1) OSHA 3095, 2) OSHA 5410, and 3) Shipyard Competent Person.
POSITION DEMANDS (Required Experience)
Learn safety codes and standards, accident prevention principles, and their application to industrial operations; to learn techniques of making field inspections, conducting investigations, and identifying hazards; and other relevant skills.
Conduct daily inspections of assigned areas ensuring that all operations (including those of Sub-Contractors) are in compliance with Federal, State and local regulations
and NASSCO Health and Safety policies and procedures; identify health and safety hazards or deficiencies and initiates corrective action through production supervision.
Prepare written reports on inspections, accident investigations, statistical information on injuries and illnesses, employee complaints or concerns.
Review current literature and trade publications in order to remain current regarding all OSHA and other applicable health and safety standards and regulations.
Establish a close working relationship and communicate with department/ship manager on a regular basis.
Able to identify/locate various compartments on board vessels.
Must be able to gain access to government facilities.
Must have current driver’s license.
Must have the ability to communicate effectively in English in both oral and written applications in order to successfully interact with management and employees.
Other responsibilities and duties as assigned.