Safety Management in consturction

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Richard Catt in Terre Haute, Indiana

93 months ago

I have the Osha 10,30,&500 plus 33 years as a pipefitter,I would like to get a job as a safety man for different contractors.Can any one help me? Thank You

dogg in Dixon, Kentucky

86 months ago

If you have taken the 500 you should have a start. try getting a safety position for a shutdown or nights. take as many classes to start with to even out your experience. maybe even get a NCCER for safety. crosby has rigging training availible. take some online courses, "OSHA approved" courses are the best. ask your self how far in the safety field are you wanting to go? field manager, corp. manager, but keep in mind stress. How are you at problem solving and negotiations? How are your people skills. if your lacking in these you might want to focus on developing them better also. safety profession is not for everyone. stress,people(black,white,hisp.)negotioations,problem solving, research, paperwork, accidents, accident investigations, incidents.

Adam in Delray Beach, Florida

81 months ago

Richard Catt in Terre Haute, Indiana said: I have the Osha 10,30,&500 plus 33 years as a pipefitter,I would like to get a job as a safety man for different contractors.Can any one help me? Thank You

You can start by fixing the headline misspelled word of "Construction".
Safety professionals have to write policies and accident investigations, spelling is important. OSHA should always be in capitol letters, any one should be the word "Anyone".

Greta Chaney in White Castle, Louisiana

79 months ago

Ten years of work experience, I also hold an OSHA 30 & 500 and I find it almost impossible to get a job . ANY HELP will be welcomed.

Dawn-Marie Copin in Hammond, Indiana

79 months ago

Greta Chaney in White Castle, Louisiana said: Ten years of work experience, I also hold an OSHA 30 & 500 and I find it almost impossible to get a job . ANY HELP will be welcomed.

Greta contact me by e-mail. dcopin@coderedsafety.com. Let's talk about your career!
DMC

dinnertyme in Charlotte, North Carolina

77 months ago

I have just the 10 and 30 and 15 years of pipefitting/welding would love a safety job

THOAMS Martens in Pembroke Pines, Florida

76 months ago

I have a OSHA 10/30/500. I've been invalved in safety for 4 yrs now with 13 yrs in industrual construction. I live in South West Broward County, Fl.

Paris in Evanston, Illinois

75 months ago

Hammond? Really! I thought you would be in New York or London by now.

Dawn-Marie Copin in Hammond, Indiana

75 months ago

Paris in Evanston, Illinois said: Hammond? Really! I thought you would be in New York or London by now.

Please let me know your contact information so that I can contact you directly.

EHS Pro in Columbus, Ohio

65 months ago

Richard Catt in Terre Haute, Indiana said: I have the Osha 10,30,&500 plus 33 years as a pipefitter,I would like to get a job as a safety man for different contractors.Can any one help me? Thank You

Use Spell Check and the term safety professional not "Safety Man"

CS in San Rafael, California

57 months ago

Adam in Delray Beach, Florida said: You can start by fixing the headline misspelled word of "Construction".
Safety professionals have to write policies and accident investigations, spelling is important. OSHA should always be in capitol letters, any one should be the word "Anyone".

That's capital* letters, not capitol.

raja sajid hafeez in Doha, Qatar

57 months ago

i want a job in qatar.pay should be 30 thousand

Darrell in Morgan, Utah

56 months ago

Having training in OSHA 10 and Osha 30 help you get employment as a Safety Professional? I do residential and commercial control loss inspections for the insurance industry. Would taking the OSHA 10,30 be good thing. I have a 2 year degree in general studies and a BS degree in criminal justice and a minor in Psychology. I know my degree is no related. I do inspections part time and was wondering if I have to get a another bachelor degree in Occupational Health and Safety to be employable?

David Bugsby in Irvine, California

54 months ago

Finding cheap OSHA training is really hard to find. So I suggest go to the OSHA website or this website is helpful in training my new employees: bit.ly/i0NHQh. So far, I have not had any problems with OSHA and my employees seem to like most wumbus videos. But to Darrell in Utah I don't think you need a degree in Occupational Health and Safety all you need is experience, otherwise your degree wont do anything.

Tiffany in Port Lavaca, Texas

53 months ago

Adam in Delray Beach, Florida said: You can start by fixing the headline misspelled word of "Construction".
Safety professionals have to write policies and accident investigations, spelling is important. OSHA should always be in capitol letters, any one should be the word "Anyone".

You should start by making sure all of your spelling is right before critiquing someone elses. Capitol is like a state capitol, you meant capital as in capitalizing your words. Just wanted to point that one out!!

J Butler in Daphne, Alabama

35 months ago

Hello Everyone,
Currently, Im taking the OSHA 510 and the exam date is Wensday. I will then proceed onto to OSHA 500. It's my plan to persue CSP. I am retired from the US Army after 30 years of service, and I would definitely appreciate any tips on job opportunities. In addition, I hold a BBA in Operations Managemnet.

Respectfully,

rjjpff in West Bend, Wisconsin

4 months ago

Being a 55 y/o retired fulltime firefighter/paramedic I would like to pursue a job in the Safety Manager field. I also have experience in commercial construction, industrial insulating and healthcare industries. I only need 18 credits to get an assoc. degree but then would like to get my Bachelors degree. Is it feasible and/or worth it to pay for classes to get a full time position at my age?

Richard, in California

2 months ago

Richard Catt in Terre Haute, Indiana said: I have the Osha 10,30,&500 plus 33 years as a pipefitter,I would like to get a job as a safety man for different contractors.Can any one help me? Thank You

Richard, I went to school got a degree in occupational safety. Their so many avenues you can pursue. Just need a break. I started on power plant and had
Travel a lot, so you need to be flexable.
Hang in there.

Bill

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