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Valiant Government Services, LLC Site Safety and Health Officer in Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington

Not Applicable Regular Site Safety Health Officer (SSHO), will be responsible for managing and performing the daily responsibilities related to the physical construction and to ensure the project is constructed in accordance with the project Quality Control Plan and Safety Plan. Depending on what project is assigned, you must be able to perform as a Safety Officer, or Quality Control Manager, or both. The CQCM reports directly to Valiant Head of Construction for the sake of assuring that a conflict of interest does not occur among the productivity, schedule, and the quality objectives of the project. The CSSHO reports directly to the Valiant Site Project Manager. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: The CSSHO role includes direct oversight and review of all project site construction activity, to include physical inspection phases of the work flow process and coordinating with other in -house personnel (e.g.: Project Managers, Superintendents, etc.), and external personnel to produce and document a safe product. Performing all of the major Safety and Health activities required to construct the project at hand, and to provide in a timely manner the written documentation described in each project's specific contract documents as follows: Responsible for monitoring and assessing hazardous and unsafe situations and developing measures to assure personnel safety. Correct unsafe acts or conditions through the regular line of authority, although the Safety Officer may exercise emergency authority to prevent or stop unsafe acts when immediate action is required. Maintain constant awareness of active and developing hazardous situations. Ensure that all project personnel are compliant and wearing all required Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for the specific work activity being performed. Ensure the Site Safety and Health Plan is prepared and implemented. Ensure there are safety messages in each Incident Action Plan. The Safety Officer will chair and document Weekly Safety Toolbox Meetings with the Project Manager, QC Manager, and supporting subcontractor personnel, and to provide written minutes as described in project specific contract documents. Provide written daily Safety reports that reinforce activities that are being constructed in conformance with each specific project's established standard and constructively confronts non-conformances to produce the desired outcome in a timely manner. Additionally, the following General Superintendent duties may be required, but are not limited to supplement the site management throughout the duration of the project: Conduct preparatory, initial and follow-up meetings to establish an understanding of the standards of care desired for each definable feature of work. Verify that checklists are being used and signed off prior to the placement of concrete, steel and other similar items of work. Verify and document that all materials received for the project are in conformance with the approved submittal, are handled and stored appropriately and are acceptable for use in the project. Conduct preconstruction meetings with new and existing subcontractors and the superintendent at least two days prior to the start of each new phase of the work to discuss issues that affect quality. Document these meetings in the daily Safety report and Preparatory Phase reports. Schedule, document the results of, maintain a log of all code and independent inspections that are required. Clearly document, correct and re-inspect all nonconformances prior to covering up work. Conduct periodic follow-up inspections to verify that work is proceeding with the contract documents and the approved submittals. (Desired results come from what is inspected, not is expected.) Coordinate and document the testing and commissioning of building systems. Document and distribute pre-punch lists, punch lists, and the completion of these lists