Safety Officer

Penta ocean Construction Company

- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Posted In 6/6/2024
Job Description
The Safety Officer will be responsible for overseeing safety programs and procedures to ensure a safe working environment. The role requires a knowledgeable and proactive individual with excellent communication skills. The Safety Officer will collaborate with various stakeholders, such as employees and management, to promote a culture of safety and compliance.

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Responsibilities

Develop and implement safety policies and procedures.
Conduct risk assessments and implement control measures to mitigate hazards.
Provide safety training and education to employees.
Investigate accidents and near misses to identify root causes and implement corrective actions.
Conduct regular inspections and audits to ensure compliance with safety regulations and standards.
Collaborate with management to develop and maintain emergency response plans.
Monitor safety performance metrics and identify areas for improvement.
Stay informed about safety regulations and industry best practices.
Liaise with external safety agencies and regulatory bodies as needed.
Promote a culture of safety and create awareness among employees.
Requirements
Bachelor's degree in occupational health and safety, engineering, or a related field.
Proven experience as a safety officer or in a similar role.
Strong knowledge of safety regulations and standards.
Excellent communication and training skills.
Detail-oriented and proactive approach.

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Full Time

Vacancies

7 Open Positions

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Negotiable

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About The Company

Penta-Ocean Construction Co., Ltd. is a major Japanese construction firm. It specializes in marine works and land reclamation. It originated from Mizuno Gumi in 1896 in Hiroshima Prefecture, and later renamed to the current name and capitalized in 1954.

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