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3017 N Stiles Ste 100 Oklahoma City, Ok 73105
Safety and Health Director (4685) Unclassified
OSHA Safety Consultant II
Hiring Salary: LEVEL II Salary Band U - $1,525.00 Biweekly
Begin Date: February 13, 2017 End Date: February 20, 2017
BASIC PURPOSE: Performs career level work planning and conducting workplace inspections.
A safety consultant conducts safety inspections and provides consultation services to private employers to eliminate or reduce safety hazards in the workplace.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following: Individual is assigned duties for planning, organizing, conducting and maintaining occupational safety and health programs. Responsible for preparing and revising safety rules for the operation of equipment, for classes of work such as construction & maintenance. The safety consultant provides consultative safety inspections and program assistance that enables employers to comply with prescribed OSHA standards. Work is generated by marketing and communicating the agency's services, through telephone, email and in-person presentations. Upon the request of employers, the safety consultant conducts on-site consultations that include identifying, assessing, and recommending corrective action for safety hazards. Consultations also include reviewing job safety and health programs and interviewing employees regarding their knowledge of safety rules and procedures. Work also includes meeting with employers to note conditions and programs that are not in compliance, and to discuss identified hazards, provide information, OSHA materials, and additional services to help correct deficiencies identified during the consultation. The consultant writes reports evaluating safety conditions at sites and recommending corrective procedures and timetables. The consultant will then follow up with employers to make sure all hazards have been corrected.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Level II - A bachelor’s degree in geology, safety, engineering or a closely related field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of experience in industrial relations, safety, safety inspection, safety education, engineering or risk management for each year of the required education - plus two additional years of qualifying experience.
Method of Application: This position is in the unclassified service. Interested applicants can submit resumes through email to Danielle.firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
Oklahoma Department of Labor
Attn: HR Department
3017 N Stiles, Ste 100
Oklahoma City, Ok 73105
The mission of the Oklahoma Department of Labor is to help ensure fairness, equity and safety in Oklahoma workplaces through ethical behavior, conscientious guidance and loyal service to Oklahoma's employers and employees.
The Commissioner of Labor is charged with preserving, protecting and promoting the welfare of the wage earner. Oklahoma's workers are our state's greatest asset. Each has the right to work in an environment that is fair, equitable, healthy and safe.
This Agency serves as an advocate for employees, employers and the public. We believe in value-added change and we provide a forum where all constituent interests can be heard. We believe in government reform, when necessary, to provide benefits and opportunities for employees.
ODOL employees provide professional guidance and services, supported by education and training. Our services include the necessary relief, regulation and resolution for employees, employers and the public.
We provide consultation, regulation, enforcement and education information for employers, generating opportunities for everyone to work in an environment that is fair, equitable, healthy and safe. Each individual we serve is treated fairly with personal attention.
ODOL employees work in harmony, respectful of others, in an open and honest manner. We are loyal to our mission while performing our duty to serve the public. Our integrity is the cornerstone of our public service and we are good stewards of public trust.
Our continually improving work environment serves as a model workplace.