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Regional Safety Manager

Company Description

Dragados is a member of ACS Group’s Construction Division. ACS Group has earned worldwide recognition as an expert in the promotion, development, construction and management of infrastructures and services. The group shows a lasting commitment to contributing to the development of the countries in which it has a presence by bringing about improvements in their well-being and sustainable growth through:

• The development of infrastructures, civil engineering, industrial installations, energy plants, telecommunications systems and wastewater treatment plants;

• The provision of services for the purpose of the comprehensive management of urban, logistic and industrial infrastructures;

• Active participation in the sectors essential to the economic and social development of any developed country, such as infrastructures and energy.

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Job Location:  Phoenix, AZ

Pulice Construction, Inc. is a heavy civil and utility contractor working in the Southwest United States with permanent offices in San Diego, Phoenix, and Houston. 

Primary Function: Manage the Pulice Companies safety program for the Arizona region. Evaluate all regional projects based on site inspections & audits, focusing on both leading and lagging indicators.  Provide leadership on each project and build working relationships with project teams, trade partners and clients.  Position reports to the Corporate Director of EHS.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Visit jobsites to monitor conformance with Pulice Companies’ established safety standards and policies.

  2. Observe and record all potential hazards, at-risk behaviors and conditions, faulty materials or equipment, etc.

  3. Participate in management, pre-construction and other coordination meetings to provide consultation on all safety-related requirements.

  4. Ensure training of worksite staff on established safety practices and standards; facilitate new employee safety orientation.

  5. Conduct investigations and complete reports for all incidents incurred on the worksite; conduct and document root cause analyses and recommend corrective actions.

  6. Conduct safety meetings to reinforce safe work practices, to provide awareness of OSHA and other federal, state and local regulations, and to generally promote a strong safety culture. Must be able to speak in front of large audiences.

  7. Communicate safety and health successes, challenges, incidents, corrective actions and opportunities for improvement to the EHS Director.

  8. Create safety reports for the projects, analyze safety metrics and make recommendations for continuous improvement.

  9. Assist in the development of new safety and health programs.

  10. Provide safety guidance, mentorship and development of project teams and safety personnel.

  11. Ensure that proper first aid, emergency equipment, OSHA postings, fire extinguishers and SDSs are on-site and properly displayed/maintained.

  12. Review all site-specific safety reports and other required written documentation for completeness and accuracy.

Knowledge and Skills:

Ability to identify, analyze and evaluate risk as it pertains to preventing incidents including injuries, equipment and property damage, and near misses.  Ability to draft safe work procedures, job hazard analyses, and health & safety plans.  Must have strong Microsoft Office skills, especially Microsoft Word and Excel.  Must have advanced knowledge of OSHA CFR 1926 standards and other recognized safety regulations and standards such as ANSI, NFPA, U.S. DOT, etc. 


Minimum seven years construction safety experience.  OSHA 500/510 certification preferred.  Bachelor’s degree (preferred), heavy civil experience preferred.  Minimum certification of Certified Health and Safety Technician (CHST) required.  Certified Safety Professional (CSP) preferred.

Work Environment/Equipment

Regular work site presence through all phases of construction, exposed to hazards requiring personal protective equipment.

Physical Requirements

Frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop; kneel; crouch and crawl.  Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Visual acuity is required to observe site environment and hazardous conditions. 


Pre-employment background check and drug screening required.

Pulice Construction, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer Women/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled

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