Safety Technicians frequently work in excess of 12-hour days/nights in field settings under temperatures that exceed 100 degrees and occasionally exceeding 21 days of consecutive work. Safety Technicians are required to pack trailers with appropriate equipment for field operations, tow trailers to locations frequently in excess of 100 miles each way and follow company procedures to set up and read gas monitors and sensors that detect poisonous gases. Safety Technicians must conduct interpersonal relations with Company men and other personnel on job sites and be able to conducting oral safety briefings.
Safety Technicians must ensure proper function, operational readiness and maintenance of various equipment and testing systems to ensure response quality, which includes: breathing apparatuses, air cascade systems, air compressors, electronic and tube type gas detectors & systems, rescue devices, cellular and two-way radio systems, various small hand tools and other equipment necessary to conducts safety services.
- Education / Experience: 2 Minimum - High School Graduate.
- Gas Monitoring Experience
- The ability to obtain and maintain certifications required by the safety industry.
- Clean Driving Record and Valid Driver's License
- Ability to work on overnight assignments outside of 100 miles from home site
- Good communication (written /verbal) skills to accomplish the above-mentioned tasks.
- Requires a self-directed individual with good organizational skills and ability to work closely with others in a team environment.
- Good computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Power Point.
Additional requirements include ability to conduct:
- Problem solve: identifying, assessing and correcting problems; keeping accurate documentation; preventing problem reoccurrence; trouble shooting equipment.
- Effective communications: completing required reports and forms (accurately and timely); reading and interpreting technical documents; follows procedures and directions; exercises effective listening and speaking skills.
- Interpersonal skills: leading others and representing the company; supervising and training company and client personnel; interacting with client representatives, crews, the public and co-workers; tolerating and negotiating diplomatically with others; effectively handling dynamic situations.
- Working safely: understanding and complying with company and client policies and procedures; industry practices and fundamental client regulations; emergency response plans; specific job operations and equipment.
- Monitoring of emergency planning zones; work habits of others while providing and promoting safety on-site.
- Various exercises to include drills, rescues, inspections and tests, site hazard assessments and meetings on-site.