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Construction Manager - Site Safety Representative (CM-SR)

Overview:

ISI Professional Services is seeking a Construction Manager – Site Safety Representative (CM-SR) in Perry Point, MD who shall support the major construction project’s Senior Resident engineer, in the projects in real time safety oversight and management process. The CM-SR will serve as a Construction Manager Safety Representative in the Field Resident Engineer Office of Construction & Facilities Management, in the VA.

Required Skills and Knowledge:

  • Evaluate, monitor the construction contractors performance, as it relates to compliance with the Site Safety Specification for each contract and recognized laws and standards for construction and VA safety.
  • Assess the contractors Accident Prevention (APP) and/or Construction Safety & Health Plan as coordinated with the VA SRE and the Medical Center management staff.
  • Establish and maintain a safety awareness and prevention program, as coordinated with the SRE, the General Contractor and the local Management, that will safeguards against work site safety incidents.
  • Continuously evaluate the construction activity and prepare hazard analysis and technical positions on the appropriateness of the proposed mitigation strategies.
  • The contractor’s Site Safety and Health Officer SSHO (as per specification 01 26) will have the responsibility of overall construction safety but the Government will provide continuous oversight to assure a robust Safety and Occupational Health Program.
  • Monitor the contractor’s adherence to the contract safety requirements and report identified concerns and deficiencies to the SRE.
  • Coordinate all Interim Life Safety Measures (ILSM) with the Medical Center staff and maintain a system for traceable concurrence and adherence to the approved procedures for each activity.
  • Ability to recognize potentially hazardous construction activity and perform a risk analysis as needed to assure the health and well-being of patience, visitors, staff and tradesmen.
  • Must maintain a working knowledge of major construction activity and the typical risk associated with specific construction activity.
  • Must have a working knowledge of the specific requirements and mitigations defined by current OSHA standards.

Relevant Project Experience:

  • The CM Safety Representative (SR) shall possess a minimum of 10 years’ experience as a major Construction safety official.

Education, Certification, Affiliations:

  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and/or Certified Health and Safety Technician (CHST). The Government may consider equivalent or better safety related certifications.
  • Possess a degree in Architectural or Engineering from an accredited institution of higher learning.

Communication, Language, and Software Skills: 

  • Ability to utilize a variety of software programs to monitor, update, and produce work products by applying knowledge of computer literacy.
  • Ability to exercise good interpersonal skills

Required Training:

Each Construction Management representative (CM) must meet the following training criteria:

  • Completion of 10-hour OSHA Safety Training Class
  • Completion of VA Cyber Security Awareness Training
  • Completion of VA Privacy Awareness
  • Attend IT Training for Operation of VA Administration Software (TRIRIGA)

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