The roles and responsibilities outlined
here are intended to provide guidance for construction site-based
EHS resources acting as the ownerâs representative for client construction activities.
The primary functions are to support the
client, data center construction team (Ownerâs team) in EHS
activities, including monitoring the EHS performance of on-stie construction contractors.This support requires a broad range of
activities that includes: interfacing, coaching, advising, technical
support, etc.. Specific responsibilities are outlined below.
ownerâs EHS reps (also known as CSFs) will not direct the work, but should make
every effort to engage the onsite construction contractor management
and supervision to take appropriate action where a noncompliance situation is
observed as soon as reasonably possible. CSFs will report to owner/client's regional Construction Safety / EHS Program Managers.
CSF roles and responsibilities include
but are not limited to:
- Routinely monitor the Contractorâs EHS
performance to ensure that the Contractor is in compliance with their stated
practices and procedures, regulatory requirements and any additional owner
expectations/deliverables that may have been identified in the contract
of work EHS Schedule.
- Interface and support the construction management
team at site by delivering current data on Contractor EHS performance, including
trending, incident management, EHS metrics and other key information that
enable DC construction management to make informed timely decisions.
- Participate in communication methods, such
as safety meetings and notices to ensure relevant EHS information is
communicated across the site by Contractorâs and ensure that DC management is
included as well.
- Ensure a weekly site safety walk is
conducted with the Contractor management representative and the Ownerâs
- Participate in a daily site safety walk
with the Contractor safety rep.
- Act as a coach and advisor to the
Contractor safety committee.
- Evaluate the completeness and effectiveness
of the Contractorâs hazard assessments (RAMS, JHAs, ARTs, etc.).
- Lead creation of Significant Events (SE) and
Significant Potential Events(SPE).
- When non-compliance and/or non-conformance is
observed, immediately bring the issue to the attention of that individual and
key stakeholders as appropriate.
- Ensure KPIs, leading/lagging indicators and
EHS data submitted by the Contractor is accurate, timely and complete.
- Conduct the monthly Contractor EHS audit.
- Implement and maintain Boots on the Ground
- Participate in progress and schedule
- Assist in design reviews throughout the Life
Cycle-planning, as requested/required (Design, permitting, construction,
cx, handover, etc.).
- Attend client training as requested.
- Evaluate/audit Site Specific Safety Plan
to conformance to Project Manual requirements.
- Understand and ensure operational EHS
requirements are adhered to.
- upport client's initiatives as requested.
The Ownerâs "Construction Safety Facilitatorâ
in the selection of GCâs, with procurement and DC construction supervision
and management, with the objective of ensuring that regulatory and client's
requirements are in place prior to start of work
the assistance of others, routinely monitor the GCâs EHS performance to ensure
that the GC is in compliance with their stated practices and procedures,
regulatory requirements and any additional owner expectations / deliverables
that may have been identified in the contract of work EHS Schedule.
Monitoring may include:
for CO. Machines, equipment.
for VOCs from intumescent paint.
for off gases from welding.
for employee heat stress.
for silica control.
air moving system (temp fans).
in communication methods, such as safety meetings and
ensure relevant EHS information is communicated across
the site by GCâs and
that DC management is included
a daily walkabout/safety tour is conducted with the GC
and the ownerâs representative (PM or
delegate), as practicable. PM management
(not delegate) should
still target a weekly walkabout/inspection at a minimum
the business in the conduct of risk and hazard assessments
a noncompliance by a GC or their subs is observed,
immediately bring the issue
to the attention of the GC, while also
ensuring the ownerâs management rep/PM
KPIs,leading and lagging indicators and EHS data submitted
by the GC is accurate, timely, and complete
execution of the Boots on the Ground program
in design reviews throughout the Life Cycle-
the development of the DCCEHSP (Data
Center Construction EHS Plan)
- Other duties may be assigned.
Note: Operational EHS techs and regional EHS
managers will also need to play a role in the design thru Data
Center Construction & Operations Life Cycle process
Provides formal supervision to individual employees within single functional or operational area. Recommends staff recruitment, selection, promotion, advancement, corrective action and termination. Plans and monitors appropriate staffing levels and utilization of labor, including overtime. Prepares and delivers performance appraisal for staff. Mentors and coaches team members to further develop competencies. Leads by example and models behaviors that are consistent with the company's values.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE
High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED) required. Minimum of 3 years of related health, safety, environmental construction management experience.
Working knowledge of federal, state and local health and safety, and environmental regulations is essential. Direct experience dealing with regulatory agencies and/or compliance officers is preferred.
Experience working in manufacturing, construction, and facility maintenance and management is preferred.
CERTIFICATES and/or LICENSES
Any of the following: Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Certified Hazardous Material Manager (CHMM), Occupational Health and Safety Technician (OHST) - preferred.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong organizational and analytical skills. Ability to provide efficient, timely, reliable and courteous service to customers. Ability to effectively present information.
Ability to respond effectively to sensitive issues.
Requires advanced knowledge of financial terms and principles. Ability to calculate intermediate figures such as percentages, discounts, and commissions. Conducts advanced financial analysis.
Ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret complex documents. Ability to solve problems involving several options in situations. Requires advanced analytical and quantitative skills.
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY
Decisions made with thorough understanding of procedures, company policies, and business practices to achieve general results and deadlines. Responsible for setting work unit and/or project deadlines. Errors in judgment may cause short-term impact to department.
Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer
Women/Minorities/Persons with Disabilities/US Veterans
Location/Region: Lenoir, NC