Phone: 479-373-2302 / Cell: 470-522-7178

Safety Coordinator

The Safety Coordinator ensure drivers are trained and compliant with state regulations.  Their duties also include the following:


Responsibilities for Safety Coordinator

  • Incident/accident investigation and reporting
  • Identify safety concerns, assign and track progress of project(s)
  • Develop, produce, support and maintain safety related documents to meet customer requirements for all projects
  • Identify hazards and risks and mitigations (Safety Requirements) relating to the project and work with Engineering to ensure their control or elimination
  • Identify hazards and risks (Safety Requirements) relating to the project and work with Engineering to ensure their control or elimination
  • In cases of Natural Disasters or Business Impacting incidents (Major fire), this person will be responsible for the set-up and coordination of the Incident Command Center and all personnel associated with it
  • Assist injured employees by evaluating and treating injuries and transporting injured employees to hospital if necessary
  • Interface with Turnaround Coordinators (TACs), TA Area Leaders, Contractor Supervisors and other key turnaround personnel to ensure familiarity and work efficiency during turnaround
  • Actively review turnaround scope within assigned areas of responsibility to understand work locations and nature of work activities
  • Understand, TA safety plans, blind locations, LOTO and other energy isolation points within areas of responsibility

Qualifications for safety coordinator

  • Proficiency with tools, techniques and processes for gathering and reporting data
  • Informs personnel regarding procedures and/or status of work orders for the purpose of providing necessary information for making decisions, taking appropriate action and/or complying with health and safety regulations
  • Participates in EHS committee meetings
  • Trained Supervisor (STS)
  • Working knowledge of CFR Rule 29 Part 1910 and part 1926 (OSHA 30 hour Certification Preferred)
  • Must be familiar with manufacturing industry operations and the General Duty clauses Hazard Communication Standards