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Health, Safety, & Environmental Manager

Job ID: 106771
Location: USA Seattle
Status: Full Time
JobLevel: Mid Career
Company: Global Diving & Salvage, Inc.
Contact: Scott Williams
Address: 3840 W Marginal Way SW
Seattle, WA 98106
Phone: 12066230621

Job Description
Job Description
Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. (Global) is the largest diving contractor on the West Coast, based out of Seattle, WA, a leading provider of offshore support services, marine construction and infrastructure support services in the United States, and an internationally recognized casualty responder.

The HSE Manager will manage the corporate safety program throughout our operating regions, and directly manage our safety group personnel for the company. This position is responsible for the overall adherence to safety regulations, requirements, and standards.

Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

Overall management of the company’s safety programs and safety group personnel
Enforce, and evaluate company procedures and protocols to ensure they are followed in accordance with company safety programs, safety regulations, client safety requirements and industry safety standards
Review and revise applicable necessary changes from findings to safety policies, safety training, etc.
Keep apprised of regulatory changes that may affect the company’s safety policies, dive safety programs and safety training
Ensure safety group is providing the necessary support to company operations during all phases of projects, including but not limited to, general safety information, SSHP/Dive Plans, JSAs, and appropriate safety equipment
Address project safety concerns and find safety solutions
Management and oversight of direct participation in Dive Safety Committee
Ensure safety group completes and performs job site kickoffs, visits, and audits in accordance with company and client standards
Oversee management, if not directly manage all safety manuals (Injury & Illness Prevention Plan, Manual of Safe Diving Practices, Saturation Operations Manual, Environmental Plan, dive tables, and Supervisor Manuals) and all other related safety documents
Review and issue all Safety Notices, Safety Stops, and tool box topics
Ensure safety group maintains applicable resources for company operations and projects including but not limited to safety supplies, tools, resources, etc.
Maintain safety related marketing materials and data
Receive and provide follow through on all near miss reports, hazard observations and safety suggestions
Review incident tracking trend analysis and make applicable necessary changes to policies, training, etc.
Manage all budget and expenditures within the safety group
Instill safety awareness and support safety minded culture based on our TEAM program
Participate in daily, monthly meetings as applicable
Attend, represent and participate in industry and client related safety meetings
Management and oversight of all safety and job competency training
Provide and create applicable safety training for supervisors and diving personnel
Implement and develop safety training relating to job competency, ensure that the training is in accordance with regulations and company requirements, and work with administration and management for coordination of compliance efforts
Participate in Incident Management Team
Assist Claims & Compliance Manager in incident investigations, make regulatory reports as needed
Assist Claims & Compliance Manager with pre-qualification submittals, and compliance with OSHA reporting requirements
Other duties as assigned

Required Skills
Previous maritime experience and knowledge of diving support equipment
Must possess working knowledge of industry requirements for equipment
Technical understanding with all modes of diving (air, mixed gas & saturation)
Working knowledge of OSHA, USCG commercial diving regulations
Ability to proactively identify issues and offer solutions
Must have analytical reading ability, and possess working knowledge of ADCI, OGP, IMCA, USACE standards
Must have verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to interact effectively and professionally with internal and external clients
Familiarity with computers and MS Office Suite
Ability to work with a team and independently
Travel to project sites and regional offices, approximately 25%
Ability to respond to afterhours emergencies

Required Experience
High school diploma or equivalent
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Health and Safety or Safety Engineering preferred
CSP preferred
5-10 years safety management experience
10-15 years of experience in commercial diving, maritime or construction safety

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Global Diving and Salvage is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, citizenship status, gender identity, genetic information, age, ancestry, protected veteran status, physical or mental disability, marital status, medical condition, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition, or any other status or classification protected by federal, state, or local laws. If you have a disability and need assistance, please submit an accommodation request with the Human Resources department or Affirmative Action Officer.

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