Responsible for providing expertise and leadership in meeting and/or exceeding Federal and State OSHA requirements, local regulations and customer expectations for maintaining safe work behaviors and environments in all DMW construction and fabrication activities. This is achieved by assuring that specific hazard assessments, risk mitigation studies, engineered controls, employee education and feedback, site audits and the management of change process is successfully coordinated.

Reports To:
Vice President of Operations


  • College graduate/equivalent training in employee health and safety which meets certification requirements for CHST, OSHA 500 and other applicable core qualifications.
  • Must have a minimum of 10 years direct safety related experience.
  • Must have working knowledge of Microsoft: Excel, Access, Word and PowerPoint.
  • Ability to interact with Vice President of Operations, Directors, Project Managers, Field Superintendents, interdepartmental employees, the customer and their representatives.
  • Must have excellent organization and communication skills (i.e., verbal and written).
  • Must have the ability to successfully embrace an environment of ambiguity, change and problem resolution.


  • Implement and maintain programs required for health, safety (i.e., OSHA CFR 29 Subparts 1910 and 1926) environmental management compliance and customer specific requirements.
  • Maintain and revise, as appropriate, DMW’s Safety Manuals for Manufacturing (General Industry 1910) and for Construction Activities (1926).
  • Attend Project Kickoff meetings to determine project scope, schedule, customer specific safety requirements and the need for site-safety engineers.
  • Assist with hazard assessment and the development of detailed risk-mitigation tools (PTAs, JSAs, SFMEAs, PTPs, etc.) are a joint responsibility of the site superintendent, the project manager, site safety engineer and safety manager.
  • Responsible for setting up jobsite clinics and hospitals and assisting with the coordination of onsite employee drug testing.
  • In the event of a safety incident, work directly with the site superintendent/manufacturing management to assure that the occurrence is properly investigated, documented, communicated with the customer (as required) and immediate corrective measures are put in place.
  • Assist human resource personnel with claim management. This process is to be expedient with minimal delays.
  • Coordinate the DMW/MUST program that ensures a drug free workplace.
  • Interface with OSHA and EPA Regional and/or area offices on compliance issues, reporting requirements and/or citations as required.
  • Identify and coordinate safety training for individual jobsites and DMW Fabrication Shops. Training responsibilities include OSHA 30 safety training for Construction.
  • Provide direction and facilitation in OSHA / EPA / Environmental System compliance audits.
  • Remain current with all customer requirements as noted in the ISN Database.