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858 267 0686

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P.O. Box 880163
San Diego, CA 92168

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The following positions relate to safety in some way. Please contact the company with the listing directly. To list a position, please contact David Ferguson @ 858 267 0686 or e-mail

Manager – Safety Management System

Posted: Feb 14, 2020

San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) is hiring a Manager – Safety Management System. What is the process for posting this position?

Manager – Safety Management System

Provides leadership in establishing a comprehensive safety management system designed to manage the overall safety risks across the organization. It includes strategies, policy, objectives, plans, procedures, organization, responsibilities and other measures. Collaborates and influences leaders across organizations to align and drive corporate behavior; includes the ten tenets of a Safety Management System (SMS) and the four pillars of Safety. Manages all efforts associated with SMS programs, including planning, implementation and oversight. Models and promotes a positive safety culture through effective communication, leadership, guidance and support.

Duties and Responsibilities

Develop and drive implementation of SMS Governance Structure and Operating Model across the organization. Responsible for directing and managing all SMS strategy efforts at SDG&E.
SMS Process Identification, Approach, and Training. Develop a complete detailed list of SMS-required processes, identify existing and missing documentation, and evaluate adequacy relative to SMS. Provide SMS Status Report to Executive Sponsors and updates with detailed status of each process and plans to remedy all deficiencies.
Expand the Operating Unit Risk Registry (OURR) Process. Establish a governance process that provides linkages from the corporate Enterprise Risk Registry to operational safety processes. Establish the approach to support a repeatable OURR process, including mitigation identification and measurements that support SMS-required risk considerations, mitigation activities, and safety risk reductions.
Develop and drive implementation of SMS Quality Assurance (QA) / Quality Control (QC) Process. Utilizing the Four Pillars of Safety to develop QA/QC structure, process, controls, and KPIs related to SMS. Develop process of tracking the SMS as part of Change Management.
Develop and support change management to embed new SMS concepts, processes, procedures, and requirements into the leadership and operational cultures across the enterprise. Develop a change management plan that defines the strategy, activities, and roles to manage and control change related to the implementation of a SMS.
Communicate with, and encourage the SDG&E Executive Steering Team and Business Unit Director’s to participate in workshops, interviews, and development tasks to support an aggressive implementation schedule. Communicate information throughout the utility on an ongoing basis as to the status of SMS implementation, SMS management efforts, data trends, risk mitigation efforts, program compliance, and all other SMS-related efforts/issues.


Bachelor’s Degree in engineering, occupational safety and health, computer science, business, or a related field required.
10 years related experience in program management, operations and/or safety, of which two years reflect direct involvement in a safety management system, quality management system, risk management system or environmental management system approach, is required.
3 years – experience as supervisor or manager required.
Prior experience in regulatory compliance oversight, employee training, data analysis, risk assessment strategies, compliance auditing, preventative and corrective action identification, and hazard mitigation is required.
Demonstrated advanced problem-solving skills.
Ability to communicate effectively and clearly using both written and verbal communications with employees at all levels, including the Executive Office
Prioritize work load and complete projects and assignments with accuracy and timeliness.
Ability to organize, analyze, interpret, and clearly explain operation/technical information associated with SMS program compliance.

Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP) or Associate Safety Professional (ASP) or Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) Preferred

Bryanna Walker

Sr. Optimization & Project Advisor

T 858.637.3769 M 858.276.8784


Risk Consultant – San Diego at TriNet

Posted: Feb 12, 2020

Risk Consultant-San Diego at TriNet
TriNet is a leading provider of comprehensive human resources solutions for small to midsize businesses (SMBs). We enhance business productivity by enabling our clients to outsource their HR function to one strategic partner and allowing them to focus on operating and growing their core businesses. Our full-service HR solutions include features such as payroll processing, human capital consulting, employment law compliance and employee benefits, including health insurance, retirement plans and workers’ compensation insurance.

TriNet has a nationwide presence and an experienced executive team. Our stock is publicly traded on the NYSE under the ticker symbol TNET. If you’re passionate about innovation and making an impact on the large SMB market, come join us as we power our clients’ business success with extraordinary HR.
The Risk Consultant is responsible for mitigating workers’ compensation risk associated with a specific client group within a geographic territory. Workers’ compensation risk mitigation responsibilities include development of consultative relationships with client management teams, conducting onsite risk mitigation assessments, identification of loss exposures and delivery of impactful risk mitigation recommendations. Additionally, the Risk Consultant has responsibility to conduct WC risk mitigation assessments of prospective clients for underwriting and WC pricing purposes.

• Provide risk mitigation consultations to clients – approximately 60% of service time is dedicated to risk mitigation consultation. This includes surveying client operations, reviewing administrative and engineering risk mitigation controls, identifying loss trends, providing safety training, constructing risk mitigation recommendations and leading meetings with client management to improve client workplace safety.
• Develop, communicate and implement risk mitigation action plans for high hazard and/or high frequency/severity clients.
• Develop and deliver consultative services based on client’s potential loss exposures according to department guidelines.
• Routinely partner with TriNet Customer Experience and Sales teams to showcase risk mitigation value to both prospects and clients in our common goal to grow organically and maintain excellent client retention.
• Prepare technically detailed risk mitigation and auditing reports to internal stakeholders regarding client and prospect operations and exposures that include assessment of risk and mitigation recommendations.
• Assist in identifying the appropriate workers’ compensation classification codes for proper WC fee billing.
• Document all risk mitigation and auditing activity per established procedures in a timely manner.
• Other projects and responsibilities may be added at the manager’s discretion.

• Bachelor’s degree desired (preferably in occupational safety and health or a related risk management field), or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Training Requirements (licenses, programs, or certificates):
• CSP, ASP, ARM, ACLM or equivalent designation desired
• 5-7 years’ experience in workers’ compensation risk mitigation or occupational safety and health consultation.
• Proven ability to work independently with limited guidance (remote/consultant).
Other Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Ability to communicate, both verbally and in writing, with employees at all levels of the organization up to and including C-Suite.
• Strong planning/organization and time management skills with ability to work completely and accurately under time constraints and deadlines.
• Ability to read, analyze and interpret common scientific and technical documents.
• Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
• Strong knowledge and understanding of both state and federal occupational safety laws and standards.
• Fluent in English.
• Excellent presentation and facilitation skills
• A demonstrated commitment to high professional ethical standards and a diverse workplace
• Ability to adapt to a fast paced continually changing business and work environment while managing multiple priorities
• Highly proficient in Microsoft Office Suite to include use of Excel functions, vlookups, pivots and tables for analyzing data and PowerPoint for development of presentations.

WORK ENVIRONMENT/OTHER INFORMATION (Travel required, physical requirements, on-call schedules, etc.)
• Daily local travel within the assigned territory is required. Regular overnight travel in extended areas of the assigned territory may be required.
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to a wide array of work environments that may include a clerical office environment, manufacturing facility or construction site. The ability to endure extreme environmental conditions, such as heat and heights, is required.
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, move, bend at neck and reach below shoulder level. Employee is constantly required to sit, talk, hear, and use hands to operate telephone, computer and mouse. The employee is occasionally required to reach above shoulder level. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and rarely lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision.
• The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Please Note: TriNet reserves the right to change or modify job duties and assignments at any time. The above job description is not all encompassing. Position functions and qualifications may vary depending on business necessity.

TriNet is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against applicants based on race, religion, color, disability, medical condition, legally protected genetic information, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity or expression, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions), age, veteran status or other legally protected characteristics. Any applicant with a mental or physical disability who requires an accommodation during the application process should contact to request such an accommodation.

Colleen Forte, SHRM-CP
Talent Advisor
Direct- 980-233-5095


Posted: Feb 11, 2020

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HSEQ Manager

Posted: Feb 11, 2020

Job Title: HSEQ Manager

Reporting Relationship(s): HSEQ Director

Job Summary: Responsible for identifying existing and predictable hazards on multiple project sites and taking corrective measures to eliminate risk. Responsible for managing and directing HSEQ Coordinators in their respective region.

Essential Responsibilities

• Implements improvement programs and initiatives as instructed by the relevant divisional HSEQ Director.
• Coaches and influences those around them on demonstrated HSEQ leadership.
• Ensures that responsibilities from the Keller North America HSE system are known and implemented in their respective business units.
• Identifies any legal requirements that are specific to their business unit.
• Works in conjunction with the operations team to ensure that effective project planning is in place at all stages of the project life cycle and in accordance with Keller’s HSE Planning standard.
• Ensures that all incidents that occur within the business unit are managed in accordance with Keller’s Incident Management process and that external regulatory reporting is conducted.
• Ensures that a schedule of audits and inspections are in place in compliance with Keller’s assurance standards.
• Works with local operations to ensure that the InSite field application is implemented and used effectively at Business Unit project sites.
• Provides cover for any absence of HSEQ Coordinators within their respective business unit.
• Works with operations to provide assurance of necessary skills and competencies of all sub-contractors working at project sites in their business unit.
• Provides feedback and continuous improvement suggestions to their respective divisional HSEQ Director.

Background Requirements (Knowledge, Skills, Experience)

• Bachelor’s degree in Safety Sciences preferred.
• Minimum 5 years HSE experience preferred.
• Working towards CHST, ASP, CSP or CRSP.
• Ability to train OSHA 30.
• Current First Aid and CPR certifications.
• Detailed knowledge of all federal, state, and local company regulations.
• Investigator training (taproot, apollo or similar).

Nicholas Keslar HSEQ Manager
Keller – North America
10303 Channel Road Lakeside, CA 92040
t: +1-619-443-3891

Industrial Hygienist

Posted: Jan 31, 2020

Industrial Hygiene Location: Fullerton, CA
Compensation: Dependent on Experience starting at $95,000 a year PRIMARY PURPOSE:
To conduct complex investigations and on-site analysis to recognize, eliminate, and control
occupational health hazards and diseases using experience and advanced education and training.


• Conducts complex investigations and on-site analysis to recognize, eliminate, and control
occupational health hazards and diseases.
• Collects samples of dust, gases, vapors, and other potentially toxic materials for analysis.
• Investigates adequacy of ventilation, exhaust equipment, lighting, and other conditions that
may affect occupant health, comfort, or efficiency.
• Inspects and evaluates work operations and processes to determine potential contaminate
emission sources or related health hazards associated with workplace conditions.
• Conducts investigations of working conditions in places of employment for the prevention of
occupational disease and industrial health hazards, with specific reference to toxins, noise, or
harmful physical agents.
• Measures airborne concentrations of dust, gases and mists using air sampling tools and
collections devices.
• Collects samples of work materials to detect and evaluate occupant exposure to toxic
• Determines effectiveness of engineering control methods and makes recommendations regarding
location, design, structure, operations, and maintenance of contaminant and physical agent control
• Interprets rules and regulations to officials of industry and others.
• Consults with management, engineers, and other agencies regarding industrial health problems
and solutions.
• Examines, for approval, plans and specifications of proposed contaminant and physical agent
• Maintains records and prepares reports and correspondence.


Education & Licensing

Bachelor’s degree in physical sciences, biological sciences, or engineering with an emphasis on
environmental health, industrial hygiene, physiology, toxicology or biology from an accredited
college or university preferred. Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH).

Board Certified through the American Industrial Hygiene Associate as Certified Industrial Hygienist
(CIH) or Certified Industrial Hygienist in Training (CIHT); or Board Certified through the American
Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) as a Certified Safety Professional or Occupational Health and
Professional (OHST); or Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) Certified in Mold Consulting
or Inspector (CMC or CMI) or Certified Indoor Environmental Consultant (CIEC) or equivalent.

Skills & Knowledge

• Knowledge of the principles of industrial hygiene and workplace hazards
• Knowledge of scientific methods used in health hazard control
• Knowledge of state and federal statutes concerning industrial hygiene and air pollution
• Skilled in organization and interpretation of field data and in identifying necessary
• Ability to organize, assign and coordinate the work of others
• Ability to set priorities
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• PC literate, including Microsoft Office products
• Analytical and interpretive skills
• Strong organizational skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Ability to create and complete comprehensive, accurate and constructive written reports
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Ability to meet or exceed Performance Competencies
• OSHA Written Programs Preparation and Implementation
• Mold/ Indoor Air Quality Investigations and reporting
• Mold Restoration Protocol Preparation
• Asbestos and hazardous materials consulting
• Environmental, Health & Safety Audits

Spencer Ogden Inc
1600 Stout Street
Suite #1350
Denver, CO 80202
+1 720 643 2150