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IH & Safety: Los Alamos, NM (relocation provided)

Posted: May 23, 2019

What You Will Do

Reporting to an Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) – Industrial Safety and Hygiene (ISH) Team Leader, the Industrial Hygiene and Safety (IH/S) Professional 3 is responsible for developing, recommending, and implementing industrial hygiene and safety programs and procedures associated with the recognition, evaluation, and control of potential exposure hazards. The OSH-ISH group is a key component of the OSH Division, within the ESHQSS Associate Level Directorate (ALD).

The IH/S Professional 3 will use advanced industrial hygiene (IH) and safety concepts to resolve complex issues in creative, effective and sustainable ways. Collaboration is a key component to successfully solve challenging problems and to ensure realistic policy expectations.

The successful candidate will be required to complete and maintain training and qualification coursework.

Bring innovative, safe-work enabled ideas to evolve IH/S programs with a focus on realistic implementation. As you lead IH/S programs, which impact a cohort of 35+ deployed and core IH/S professionals, ranging from early career professionals to advanced CIH/CSP’s, an attitude of continual learning and “how can I help?” is expected. Interacting with and advising deployed IH/S’s on programs, ensuring the field perspective is incorporated, are crucial elements of this position. The IH/S professional is to have advanced understanding and wide application of technical principles, theories and concepts in industrial hygiene and safety.

What You Need

Minimum Job Requirements:

  • Advanced knowledge of federal, state and local laws, regulations, policies and procedures as they pertain to worker health and safety, including DOE specifics 10 CFR 851 and 850 for example.
  • Advanced experience in coordinating IH/S programs and acting as a subject matter expert for the development, maintenance and implementation of IH programs and services such as: asbestos, fall protection, biosafety, hoisting and rigging, chemical management, confined spaces, glovebox safety, IH equipment, electrical safety, lasers, noise, non-ionizing radiation, personal protective equipment, reproductive health hazards, respiratory protection, thermal stress, ventilation and other Laboratory programs as assigned.
  • Moderate experience in assisting customers in the implementation of integrated work management (IWM), assisting with the development and review of integrated work documents and associate operating procedures to ensure hazards are appropriately identified and controlled.
  • Advanced experience in technical document writing and interpreting worker health and safety regulations.
  • Moderate training delivery experience.
  • Moderate experience in reviewing plans, designs and specifications for operations and facilities to identify hazards and recommend engineering controls.
  • Advanced computer skills and demonstrated proficiency with standard software applications to include, but not limited to, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Advanced experience interfacing with database management systems.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills as demonstrated by successfully working with a wide variety of customers.

Desired Skills:

  • Broad knowledge of Laboratory organizations, operations / activities and data collection tools.
  • Robust knowledge and application of Integrated Safety Management (ISM), Human Performance Improvement (HPI) and other safety concepts.
  • Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Certified Safety Professional (CSP).
  • Ability to obtain and maintain DOE “Q” clearance.
  • Education Required: A bachelor’s degree in a related technical discipline and a minimum of eight years of related experience or equivalent combination of relevant education and professional-level experience. An advanced degree is preferred.

Notes to Applicants:

  • Applicants should include a comprehensive cover letter including the minimum and desired skill set.
  • Occasional travel to, and work in, other government and private facilities may be required.
  • The successful candidate will support employees who work in non-reactor nuclear and chemical facilities where radioactive materials and chemicals are used. Possibly utilizing personal protective clothing, dosimetry, self-monitoring and bioassay monitoring as a condition to access and work in many LANL facilities.

Essential Job Functions: Reading vision, ability to speak, walking, sitting, standing, climbing stairs, reaching overhead and down, bending, stooping and lifting 20-30 pounds.

Minimum Salary 89900 Maximum Salary 148300

Job link:

If interested, please e-mail Rich Christensen, MBA Sr. Recruiter at Los Alamos National Laboratory at


Risk & Safety Consultant IV – Long Beach

Posted: May 10, 2019

POSITION SUMMARY: Provide loss control and workplace safety consultation and OSHA compliance guidance to clients of varying sizes and complexities. The Risk & Safety Consultant requires a good knowledge of occupational safety, knowledge of occupational health and a working knowledge of state and/or Federal OSHA compliance regulations.

Effectively evaluate the client’s worksite to determine workplace hazards, evaluate the effectiveness of workplace hazard controls, provides recommendations to improve hazard control and improve workplace safety efforts. Assist clients with OSHA compliance. Provides clients with guidance with respect to their safety documentation needs and helps clients with compiling documentation needed for an effective injury and illness protection program. Provide onsite safety awareness training as mandated by OSHA regulations. Routinely assists clients with guidance on accident investigation protocols and loss analysis. Provides virtual safety awareness training to our client to increase product/service penetration and client retention.

Is an integral part of the client acceptance process. Works directly with our Sales Team. Conducts onsite risk and safety evaluations at prospective client locations and reports the results directly to the Client Acceptance team. Provides support to the Risk Audit team by proving information needed to properly class code client employees. Provides Service Excellence and works collaboratively with our other Client Service teams including our HR team and our Sales team.


  • Client Assessment: Provide onsite safety consultation services to prospective clients and clients located within a defined geographic territory by conducting client interviews and onsite hazard assessment surveys to determine hazards and exposures associated with client business operations. Evaluate the effectiveness of the client’s controls of the hazards and exposures associated with the client’s operations. In addition provide clients with guidance on OSHA compliance.
  • Service Plans: Provides client with guidance on applicable OSHA regulations and requirements for compliance. Creates and provides written recommendations to clients that suggest controls of workplace related safety hazards and exposures. Assists client with the implementation of plans.
  • Training: Develop, modify and present safety awareness training at the client facility especially safety awareness trainings required to comply with OSHA regulations. In addition may conducts live-web-based safety awareness training using WebEx tools
  • Prospective Client and Client Site Assessment Documentation: Documents the results of all client interactions using eRFP or RAMS in accordance with Risk department guidelines. Provide the client a summary of the results of all onsite visits via letter. Customizes the Risk & Safety model for individual clients and produces safety manuals
  • Prospective Client Site Assessment aka Presurveys: Provide timely and proactive support to the PEO sales District Managers detailing by assisting our Client Acceptance department with prospective client underwriting by completing presurveys.
  • Mentors, coaches and trains Safety Specialist associates to aid professional development. Provides input into the associate’s goals and performance appraisals
  • Participate in special projects assigned by Director of Loss Control or designee
  • Interface with internal associates including the General Manager, VP of Client Services, Client Retention Executive, Finance Executive, Director of Marketing, and Client Relationship Executives to assist with specific client issues directly related to Safety and Loss Prevention client services.


  • Master’s Degree
  • 8-12 years of experience.

Preference will be given to candidates who have the following:

  • Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Safety and Health, Industrial Hygiene, Engineering, Risk Management, or Related Field. Appropriate experience may be substituted for education requirements.
  • Graduate level degree preferred (MS, MBA)
  • Current Associate Safety Professional (ASP), Certified Safety Professional( CSP), Associate Risk Management (ARM) or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) required.
  • 10+ years of practical loss control experience as Loss Control Representative working for an insurance carrier, other insurance-related business or Professional Employer Organization (PEO) or Administrative Service Offering (ASO).


If interested, please apply on company website:

Safety Specialist – Buena Park

Posted: May 10, 2019

Coordination of Environmental requirements for business Assist in Environmental Health & Safety investigations and provides solutions Serves as a resource for all divisions for Environmental Health & Safety concerns Serves as property Sr. Industrial Hygienist for all Industrial Hygiene programs Assist with outside governmental agencies as required.


  • Bachelor’s Degree (4 year College or University)
  • Environmental & Occupational Health Science or related degree.
  • At least 21 years of age
  • Three years of field experience in Safety, Industiral Hygiene or Environmental Health.
  • Knowledge of OSHA, SCAQMD, DTSC, CUPA and regulatory agency requirements.
  • Ability to work nights, weekends and holiday periods to meet business needs.
  • Ability to pass a mandatory (or random) drug test, per Company policy, unless prohibited by state or provincial law.
  • Ability to pass a background check, if 18 years of age or older, which may include, but is not limited to, credit, criminal, DMV, previous employment, education and personal references, per Company policy, unless prohibited by federal, state, or provincial law.
  • Certifications:
    • Driver’s License


  • Coordination of Environmental requirements for business including regulatory compliance and report submissions.
  • Assist in Environmental Health & Safety investigations and provides solutions.
  • Serves as a resource for all divisions for Environmental Health & Safety concerns.
  • Serves as property Industrial Hygienist for Industrial Hygiene programs.
  • Assist with outside governmental agencies as required.
  • Provides guest service according to Cedar Fair standards when serving the guest or working with subordinates, including initiating guest interactions, answering questions and giving directions.
  • Maintains cleanliness and safety in assigned work area and performs all duties in compliance with Cedar Fair Safety guidelines and requirements and reports all unsafe or unusual conditions to supervision.
  • Meets scheduling availability requirements, including nights, weekends, and holiday periods to meet business needs.
  • Meets Cedar Fair’s attendance requirements as outlined in Cedar Fair’s attendance policies.
  • Adheres to Cedar Fair’s Rules of Conduct including specific costuming and grooming standards as outlined in Employee Guidelines and other park/division specific policies and procedures.
  • Other duties may be assigned.

If interested, apply at company website:

Safety Professional – Anaheim

Posted: May 10, 2019

The key functions of the Construction Safety Specialist are to support the specific project needs and ensure that best practices are implemented, safety compliance requirements are met, and an improved safety culture and performance is delivered.

  • Oversee all aspects of Disneyland Resort construction projects ensuring Cal OSHA compliance, and Disney safety standards and processes.
  • Complete accident reports and conduct accident investigations
  • Ensure all personnel wear their personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Daily safety audits and inspections
  • Coach and mentor site workers to ensure a safety culture is established

Responsibilities :

  • Manage job site hazard plan for single large site and/or multiple sites
  • Experience in collaboration with Project Superintendent and Project Engineers, review the Subcontractor’s Site Specific Safety Plans for completeness and relevance
  • Ensure subcontractors and vendors implement their Site Specific Safety Plans and comply with Cal OSHA, as well as Disney safety procedures and standards
  • Ensure accurate documentation of safety plans, procedures, violations, and corrective action
  • Clarify safety rules and provide technical expertise and solutions to safety challenges on site
  • For personal injuries, ensure injured party gets immediate care as appropriate for the severity of the injury, reporting immediately to Safety Director and Risk Manager. Conduct thorough accident investigation including witness statements, photographs, environmental conditions and any other relevant factor
  • Organize and conduct Root Cause Analysis (RCA) meeting. With the RCA team, identify and document all contributing factors and institute training, policy or procedural changes to address the identified root causes on the incident

Basic Qualifications :

  • Minimum 2+ years direct construction safety experience required
  • Preference given to those with experience and formal environmental, health and safety (EHS) education and/or certification (CHST, OHST, ASP or CSP)OSHA 500 Certificate
  • First Aid/CPR/AED Trained
  • Working knowledge of Worker’s Compensation regulations; Department of Occupational Safety & Health rules and regulations; and the ability to identify and resolve safety hazards is required. Experience in Claims management and proper documentation is required
  • Technical knowledge of the following is required: Asbestos exposure; Lead exposure; Flammable storage; Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (Hazwoper); Respirator fit training; Equipment – Crane, Scissor Lift, Boom Lift, Forklift, etc.; Rigging/ Signaling; Fall Protection; Confined Space; Scaffolding; Trench/Excavation; Blood-borne pathogens; Electrical safety; Defensive Driving; and Flagging
  • Ability to collect and interpret data and apply it in a practical approach
  • Required management skills include strong written and verbal communication skills in addition to the ability to work and communicate effectively with a workforce of diverse backgrounds, education, and experience
  • Strong time management and organizational skills, accountable and dependable
  • Strong presentation and facilitation skills
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to resolve complex problems
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
  • This position requires work on active commercial construction sites.

Required Education :

  • 4 Year College Degree in Occupational Safety (Preferred)
  • CHST Designation
  • Current OSHA 500 certification.

If interested, apply on the company website:

Senior Loss Control Consultant – Orange

Posted: May 10, 2019

Job Description

Complete loss control prospect and initial risk evaluation visits to evaluate exposures and controls, provide underwriting with risk information and opinions to assist in coverage and pricing decisions, and to develop possible future service visit objectives. Provide periodic loss control service visits to policyholders with the primary goals of preventing occupational injuries and illnesses, and creating policyholder and broker service satisfaction.

Key Responsibilities

  • Plan, manage, and provide loss control services for underwriters, policyholders, and brokers.
  • Prepare, distribute, and save evaluation reports and letters to designated internal and external parties as directed.
  • Develop and execute on approved loss control service visits to policyholders to satisfy mutual needs, and have a positive and profitable impact on loss results.
  • Perform administrative functions relevant to the loss control department and consistent with company strategy, objectives, and goals.
  • Participate in monthly distressed account management and team meetings as directed by the Loss Control Manager.
  • Keep abreast of current industry trends, company policies, underwriting procedures and OSHA regulations requirements which may impact loss prevention efforts
  • Represent Starstone National Insurance Company at various meetings with prospects, policyholders, and brokers.
  • In addition to the above key account abilities, you may be required to undertake other duties from time to time as the Company may reasonably require.


Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety & Health or related field, and a minimum of 10 years’ experience in Workers Compensation Insurance Loss Control.


Knowledge of OSHA and CAL-OSHA Construction Industry and General Industry standards.☒Familiar with industry safe practices and best in class standards developed by NIOSH and ASSE.

General Skills/Attributes

  • Ability to evaluate prospects and policyholders injury and illness prevention program elements as well as inherent injury and illness exposures in order to grade the elements and exposures, and provide supporting grade evaluation information and recommendations as determined to be needed
  • Able to work independently, and manage time spent in preparing for assigned prospect and policyholder service visits including managing travel time, visit time, and letter/report production time efficiently.
  • Ability to demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness, in written work product, and review own work product (letters and reports) to ensure quality and completeness prior to required distribution.
  • Able to adapt to changes in the work demands, manage competing demands and adapt visit plans due to unanticipated events such as rush prospect evaluation requests from underwriting.
  • Ability to adapt to, work with, and cooperate with all internal and external contacts including underwriters, policyholders, brokers, claims staff, and Loss Control management.
  • Proficient in use of Microsoft applications including but not limited to OUTLOOK, WORD, ACCESS, and EXCEL.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Consistently complete the minimum required field visits each month, and associated written work product.
  • Must have a vehicle and valid driver’s license to travel to make site visits to policyholders, brokers, and prospects as necessary. Travel time is estimated to account for 25% to 35% of total time monthly.Bilingual in Spanish preferred but not required.

If interested, please have resumes be sent to Lisa Kowalski at