Lendlease has an Assistant EH&S Safety Manger position open for Hawaii.
Works with the project EHS Manager to deliver the Lendlease vision to create the best places and operate incident and injury free. Supports delivery of compliance with Lendlease Global Minimum Requirements (GMRs) for EHS.
Essential Job Functions, Duties and Responsibilities
The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required of personnel so classified.
- Maintains a robust understanding of safety requirements for all aspects of the site. Including pre-planning, monitoring of construction activities and site conditions, and taking corrective actions to non-compliant work. Driving the Lendlease EHS initiatives on a daily basis with the trades/subcontractors.
- Conduct project EHS audits and property damage and personal injury investigations as necessary and uses discretion to recommend corrective measures to prevent the recurrence of similar problems.
- Uses knowledge and experience to identify poor safety performance and recommends solutions to address issues.
- Use independent judgment to apply concepts and exploit opportunities for improved EHS standards.
- Collaborates with stakeholders to assure compliant EHS outcomes across the project.
- Works with the EHS Manager in the execution of the project EHS plans.
- Applies basic knowledge to provide support to resolve routine technical challenges.
- Engages in continuous professional development to build EHS technical capability.
- Captures project learnings and innovations to develop future capability.
- Keeps abreast of best practice and local requirements to better identify project safety needs and suggest appropriate solutions.
- Contributes to compliance management utilizing relevant reporting systems across the project.
- Appropriately applies operating procedures.
- Implement EHS corrective actions for at risk work.
- Learns from more experienced team members by observing and asking questions.
- Harnesses the skills, knowledge and expertise of the broader team in order to achieve compliant EHS outcomes.
- Understands the impact of EHS issues to the overall project plan.