Site and Safety Officer

Posted 13 September 2023
Salary $4,000.00 per month
Job type Temp
ContactIan Tham

Job description

  • Tertiary qualification in Civil/Structural Engineering or related discipline
  • At least three (3) years’ relevant field safety experience in supervision of installation and maintenance of roadside electrical/traffic systems and its structures, and coordination with government/utility agencies and other contractors
  • Registered Workplace Safety and Health Officer (WSHO) with MOM preferred
  • Experience as a safety auditor/inspector in ensuring Environmental, Safety and Health practices are complied with
  • Good knowledge of Code of Practice for Traffic Control at Work Zone and Traffic Control Plan will be beneficial
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, resourceful and meticulous;
  • Highly motivated and pro-active with the ability to work both independently as well as in a team;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint) for Windows;
  • Good verbal communication and writing skills in English;
  • Be expected to be deployed at different sites; and
  • Prepared to work on site and perform night work based on project needs.

Job Description:
  • Oversee the works on equipment structures, installations, deployments, facilities and equipment being deployed at site(s);
  • Plan and work out the resource provision requirements, work schedule, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for works at site(s);
  • Review planned work schedule and method statements prior to commencement of site work activities;
  • Ensure that works are carried out accordingly to design, meeting the safety, health, environmental and comfort requirement for stakeholders;
  • Supervise on-going works at sites to ensure compliance with regulations, by-laws and SOP;
  • Identify defects and damages at the site infrastructures, including equipment and facilities, as well as theft, accidents, and incidents;
  • Coordinate with government/utility agencies and other contractors to set up, operate and maintain the site(s);
  • Liaise with sub-contractors, contractors, supervisors, development owners, stakeholders and other personnel involved in the project
  • Identify potential injury and harm arising from hazards and corresponding mitigation measures through safety audits/ inspections;
  • Monitor the site activities including the security personnel in terms of conduct and performance, including mischief and undesirable behaviours;
  • Ensure site(s) safety compliance and continuous improvement by implementing safety awareness initiatives;
  • Conduct incident/workplace investigations and corrective action recommendations;
  • Formulate safety policies and procedures and responsible for safety documentation and control;
  • Carry out safety training to instil safety awareness. Ensure safety rules and regulations at sites are adhered to by all site personnel;
  • Be part of Safety Committee and ensure compliance to safety, health and environmental requirements including Authority Code of Practices (COP) and WSH, MOH & MOM Guidelines;
  • Resolve any unexpected problems or difficulties that may arise at sites;
  • Interface the general public and provide proper references and replies based on a standard FAQ set; and
  • Prepare regular reports to update site progress, resource utilisation, requirements, past and on-going activities, etc.