Overall responsibility for all aspects of company safety including shipyard, shipboard, and office facilities.
Specific duties include:
- Be knowledgeable and enforce compliance with all applicable OSHA regulations and procedures
- Accompany inspectors, document corrections to violations and follow up with OSHA
- Maintain OSHA logs and prepare annual reports
- Calculate injury rates
- Maintain company safety manual.
- Conduct monthly safety equipment inspections and fire extinguishers
- Perform shipyard competent person air testing and gas freeing certificate duties
- Perform safety indoctrinations for new shipyard employees
- Conduct annual audiograms for shipyard employees
- Oversee forklift safety and testing regimens
- Conduct daily safety inspections on company facilities and vessels
- Oversee monthly safety meetings for shipyard employees
- Communicate / coordinate with US Coast Guard on any spills or shipboard accidents
- Conduct spill cleanup drills and coordinate with National Pollution Response Center in case of actual spill
- Catalog company-wide hazardous materials and MSD's
- Prepare incident reports and coordinate with insurance companies and governing bodies
- Update company Vessel Safety Manual, schedule drills, inspections and tests.
- Train all vessel Masters and crewmembers
- Conduct safety audits for vessels and shore teams
- Be knowledgable in all US Coast Guard regulations pertaining to subchapter T passenger vessels
- Lifeboats and liferafts
- FIre extinguishers
- FCC licenses, flares, fixed firefighting systems
- EPA vessel general discharge permits
Must be able to work legally in the United States
Our client will perform a thorough pre-employment background check and drug screen. All worksites are drug-free facilities.
Relocation assistance to Alaska can be offered.