Current Openings

Is your company looking for a qualified Safety Professional? Contact Jon Archambeau at president@hawaii.assp.org to have your position posted here.

Kiewit Infrastructure West – Safety Professionals

KIewit Infrastructure West CO. is looking for several Safety Professionals (CSP and CHST). 

Qualifications:

Must meet the requirements of the EM 385-1-1 section 1.

Level 3: (CSP) is required to have a minimum of 10 Years safety work of progressive nature with 5 years of experience on similar projects. 

OSHA 30 Hour Construction or equivalent within the last 5 years. 

An average of at least 24 hours of formal safety training each year for the past 5 years with the training for Competent person status for at least four areas: Excavation, scaffolding, fall protection, confined space, hazardous energy, health hazards recognition, evaluation of chemicals, physical and biological agents, Personal protective equipment and clothing. 

Must have completed a 40 hour contractor safety awareness course. 

Level 2: (CHST) Minimum of  5 years construction industry safety experience on similar projects.

OSHA 30 Hour Construction or equivalent within the last 5 years. 

An average of at least 24 hours of formal safety training each year for the past 5 years with the training for Competent person status for at least four areas: Excavation, scaffolding, fall protection, confined space, hazardous energy, health hazards recognition, evaluation of chemicals, physical and biological agents, Personal protective equipment and clothing. 

Must have completed a 40 hour contractor safety awareness course. 

They can send their resumes to craig.shoji@kiewit.com

SSHO – EPC

EPC, a federal contracting company is seeking a Site Safety Health (SSHO) Officer for a salary position. The candidate must be capable of managing small, medium and large sized U.S. Federal Government projects independently ($250k-5M). The typical assigned project(s) are construction/service projects that have a large emphasis on electrical & mechanical operating systems. The SSHO is an EPC interface to the U.S. Federal Government (customer). The SSHO is responsible for managing all administrative and field construction activities related to the assigned project and will report to the Corporate Safety Manager.


Location: Oahu, HI


Position Summary: Conduct safety orientation, supervise project safety, incident investigation, and ensure compliance with corporate safety program standards
Overall Responsibilities and Duties (Essential Functions): – Development and/or review of Accident Prevention Plan, AHAs. – Monitor hazardous working conditions and mitigate unsafe activities through safety management, training and coordination with supervisory personnel – Identify, document and correct unsafe site conditions in coordination with site operations management – Supervise and administer safety activities – Conduct employee safety orientation training program – Conduct work area surveillance, audits, inspections, property damage and personal injury investigations – Ensure sub-contractor compliance with safety and health requirements. – Perform other duties as assigned


Qualifications: – Degree in safety or related field; or – Extensive construction related safety experience can be substituted for degree – Bachelor s degree in Occupational Safety & Health, Industrial Hygiene or related field; or equivalent experience. – 30-hr OSHA Construction Safety Class certification within the past 5 years and demonstrated continuing Safety training thereafter (8 hours per year) – Five years of continuous experience in construction safety inspection and administration with similar large-scale projects. – Proficiency with Microsoft office software – Experience and knowledge working with the USACE EM 385-1-1 construction safety standards strongly preferred. The ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance required. (This involves a background/character, criminal history, employment, and credit check.)

Please send your resume to Sheri Sikes at sheri.sikes@epcserviceinc.com

Announcing the 2022-2023 Executive Committee Nominees 

Nominees

Aloha, ASSP Hawaii Chapter Members. It’s that time of the year to elect the next ASSP Hawaii Chapter Executive Committee. All positions are running uncontested, but your votes are still needed to make the transition official. Electronic ballots will be sent to your email. Please complete the ballot as soon as you can.    The Secretary position currently does not have a nominee. If you are interested in building your network, developing your management skills, and support our local community, please response to this email for more information.  

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Safety Professional of the Year Call for Nominations

This is a call for nominations for the Hawaii ASSP Chapter safety professional of the year award (SPY). If you know a fellow member who has done outstanding work in promoting safety in the workplace and who has contributed to the safety profession this is your chance to recognize them. Please submit their name etc… Mahalo!

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