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Safety Manager

POSITION:  Safety Manager

REPORTS TO:  Operations Manager

DEPARTMENT: Operations



The candidate should demonstrate a working knowledge of safety rules and regulations at all levels of government, including federal, state and local.


  • Bachelors Degree in Safety Compliance/Construction Management preferred
  • 10+ years of experience developing, implementing and maintaining  safety programs with measurable results
  • Experience with CO and AZ workers compensation practices and OSHA regulations
  • Possess problem solving, oral and written communication skills
  • Strong administration and time management skills
  • HVAC, Electrical experience preferred

To learn more, you can read the job description details here.

EHS Director

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FCI Constructors, Inc., a nationally-recognized leader in commercial and light industrial construction, is looking for a Corporate EHS Director to oversee safety these operations for our firm.

We are a successful, employee-owned general contractor/construction manager with eight offices and 400 employees. We expect continued, steady growth in the near future, across our region. Our work spans throughout the Rocky Mountain region and covers North Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. This full-time, salaried position will be based in our corporate headquarters of Grand Junction, CO, with necessary travel to other locations.

You can find out more about this position here:

EH&S Specialist

Job Summary

This is an on-site position to lead and coordinate the Quality Management System, ensuring the plant’s ongoing compliance with all quality certifications, and in providing technical support for Environmental, Health & Safety requirements.

To find out more about this position, please click on this link.

Manufacturing – Plant EHS Manager

Denver, CO, USA 

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Who is Swire Coca-Cola? We are one of the largest bottlers of Coca-Cola and other beverage brands in America. Our 7,000 hardworking and passionate employees produce and distribute more than 50 brands and flavors across 13 states. We have as many careers as we have flavors, and regardless of which role you choose, you have a direct impact on Swire Coca-Cola, our products, and the communities we call home.

What does a Manufacturing EHS Manager do at Swire Coca-Cola? 
 In this role you will be responsible for leading and managing employee health and safety and facility environmental processes within your designated plant and warehouse. This role reports to the Plant Manager, and will partner with the QSE department in implementing and supporting regulatory training, environmental waste reduction and EHS Program Management to maintain and enhance certification to ISO 45001 and ISO 14001, as well as continuous improvement of key performance metrics through project management and initiatives. This role is further responsible for ensuring effective implementation of site Utilities Management Programs & accurate EHS and environmental sustainability metrics reporting. 

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Regional Safety Supervisor (RSS)

Job Description:

Analyzes and evaluates data from health and safety programs to manage hazards in the work environment. Evaluate and oversee existing health and safety management programs to reduce risk in the work environment. Recommends and designs new workplace health and safety programs relative to risk management and hazard abatement. Develops action plans to control health risks and hazards to all employees in the workforce. Creates, modifies, and submits revisions to safety manuals and procedures as appropriate.

The incumbent provides technical guidance and oversight to other company employees in support of producing high-quality, timely, and cost-effective solutions ensuring compliance with applicable Federal, State, and local regulations. This position requires partnering with related workgroups in an effort to facilitate knowledge transfer, identify solutions, and foster the development of employees relative to health and safety issues.

Minimum Requirements:

1. Bachelor’s degree in Safety Engineering, Occupational Safety, and Health, Industrial Hygiene, or another equivalent technical field. Equivalent experience will be considered.

2. The ability to adapt to changing conditions, priorities, and requirements, as well as, the need to rapidly learn new skills.

3. The ability to interpret health and safety regulations.

4. The ability to develop workgroups and team relationships with customers.

5. Strong oral and written communication skills with an ability to create, communicate and deliver reports and/or presentations.

6. Clean Driving Record

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Branch Safety Manager

This position is critical in establishing and promoting a safe, accident free and healthy working
environment in the branch and any assigned job sites. Safety is first and foremost in all activities, and this position is a role model for all other contractors to strive to emulate. The role will also ensure proper training of supervision and workers to eliminate unsafe acts before they occur. The Safety Manager will investigate accidents, ensure worker safety, report findings and implement corrections.

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Field Safety Rep

Cole-Preferred Safety

In need of a field safety rep for 2months mostly 5 days a week 8 hrs a day. Small crew small job. High profile trade and high demand/expectation GC and Owner. But very easy duty.

Construction experience, obviously a plus but we can train and support some newer safety guys/gals too.

Good chance for continued work with our firm at end of this assignment.

North side (Denver, CO) project location. Immediate need. Good pay. Per diem and travel could be considered.

Any retired construction leaders, lead men/women, trades people looking for a part time commitment (short duration?) Because we service this account, we supply the backup for the on site safety observer, function. This is primarily management/oversight, and commitment to this working company’s already good safety expertise and ethics. Accountability and being present for the observation of the work is the primary requirement. Obviously conducting and completing of reports, and interacting with the other trades. There are 13 trades and 14 designated safety observers. This is the GC/Owner’s mandate, so the level of safety coverage is over the top, and the planning and the execution is well established and the requirements for our client is basic, simple, and repetitive. Our client only has a small crew. Very cool, good assignment for any administrative, operations, field, construction person with a safety culture exposure can be this designee.

Call Barry Cole, Owner, Preferred Safety Products, Inc and Cole-Preferred Safety Consulting, Inc. at 303-886-6106 for more information