To learn about exciting job opportunities in the safety, health, and environmental field, please contact our Job Line Representative:

Job Line – David Ferguson
858 267 0686

ASSP – San Diego Chapter
P.O. Box 880163
San Diego, CA 92168

New Job Openings…

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

Industrial Hygienist

Posted: Jun 13, 2019

Industrial Hygienist:

Contractor will provide the services of a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) to support a local Electrical Power Plant in San Diego North County region industrial hygiene program, including sampling, procedure/standard revision/development, budget, personnel training, compliance, records and oversight. Provide health and safety support to internal and external stakeholders/customers. Preferred qualifications are a minimum of 6 years of relevant Industrial Hygiene experience. Contractor will have knowledge of the Cal/OSHA standards, Title 8 regulations and the Electrical Safety Orders. Prior experience in a power plant is preferred.

For more details and/or to submit your resume, please contact:

Denis Sanford

Senior Vice President

Energy Development Group (EDG)

(858) 472-3941

Business Continuity Manager

Posted: Jun 06, 2019

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Safety and Health Manager, National Insurance Carrier

Posted: Jun 05, 2019

Safety & Health Manager
National Insurance Carrier
San Diego CA

Position Summary
The Safety & Health Manager Plays a major role in helping write and retain profitable business. Leads all S&H control staff and services in a designated region. Reports to Regional Executive and directs staff. Ensures high quality loss control service provided to policyholders, agents/brokers, and internal customers within assigned territory. Well versed in workers’ compensation and safety & health practices and procedures. Coordinates day-to-day activities, workflow, and assignment completion for all S&H staff. All tasks are to be performed with the goal of achieving an underwriting profit and demonstrating superior workers’ compensation expertise.
Education, Skills and Experience Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree required with preferred field of study in occupational safety, industrial hygiene, science, or engineering.
• Achieved loss/risk control or safety & health related master’s degree or recognized professional designation such as CSP, ARM or CIH. • Six (6) years loss control experience & Two (2) years leading others with proven track record of results. Demonstrated skill in defining, measuring and increasing performance and reporting outcomes.
The position leads a staff of 8 with a targeted hiring salary of $150K (doe) plus bonus and car. ARM or CSP required. Relocation assistance is available for the right candidate.

Please respond or submit resume to:

Stan Lopata
Stanley Executive Search
619 206 6800
National Insurance Recruiters Association (NIRA)

EHS Engineer

Posted: Jun 02, 2019

EHS Engineer (48-53)
San Diego
Job Description
This is a Health and Safety (HS) position supporting the Solar Turbines San Diego operations. Position provides daily HS support including development and execution of specialty safety training, interaction with management for problem solving in support of production, audits, regulatory inspections and reporting, and data and analytics. Position also supports facility, maintenance, and operations projects, ergonomics improvements, property indemnification audits, fire and gas safety assessments, risk management, Process Safety, Contractor EHS Pre-Qualification Program, and a variety of Industrial Hygiene sampling and monitoring. Writing internal and external communications and reports, managing software databases and spreadsheets, developing, facilitating, and leading presentations for training and project efforts, collaborating with HS staff on EHS and Safety Culture projects and initiatives are additional job duties.
Minimum Qualifications
BS in Health, Safety, and Environmental – related discipline, such as Engineering or Science AND a minimum of three years related professional work experience or MS in Industrial Hygiene and one year related professional work experience. Alternative acceptable work experience is completion (or soon to be completed) of the Industrial Hygiene/Safety track in the Leadership Development Program at Caterpillar Inc. with emphasis on health and safety.

Related experience in an industrial or manufacturing environment.

In addition to general safety topics, must have experience performing OSHA regulation research and interpretation, as well as developing programs, conducting training in one or more IH or Safety discipline.

Must be comfortable conducting training and presentations for all levels of the business, from shop floor to executive leadership.

In last three years, experience leading and conducting industrial hygiene exposure monitoring using personal sampling instruments, noise dosimeters and sound level meters. Performed ergonomics assessments for shop and/or office personnel.

Experience performing research of HS issues and proposed, emerging, or existing HS regulations.
Preferred Qualifications
MS in Industrial Hygiene. Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and/or Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Internal combustion engine manufacturing and testing related experience. Frequent Instructor-Led EHS training experience developing and delivering content. Proficient in Excel.
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Division Safety Manager

Posted: Jun 02, 2019

Division Safety Manager

Position Summary:

Plans and coordinates health and safety program in area of responsibility by analyzing, updating and controlling work processes and supporting leadership with safety awareness and tools to reduce occupational hazards and diseases by performing the following duties.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

Other duties may be assigned

• Develops and implements programs and policies for under-performing locations to improve all safety metrics.
• Supports division, region, and branch managements to ensure consistent development, implementation and execution of safety strategies at field locations.
• Performs corporate safety audits at each location, including field safety reviews and DOT compliance.
• Develops strategies for reducing collisions and injuries.
• Develops accountability mechanisms for branches and regions to ensure safety accountability at all levels in area of responsibility.
• Analyzes safety metrics and trends to develop recommendations for solutions to improve results of key performance indicators.
• Provide guidance and technical support for management and safety teams to ensure compliance with any applicable regulations or laws.
• Serves as a secondary point of contact for field management for inquiries, questions or needs related to internal safety, security, and loss prevention.
• Review business operations and safety trends and make recommendations to reduce costs and manage risks.
• Provide leadership and direction to the operating managers regarding collision or workers’ compensation investigations, reporting processes, regulatory compliance and follow-up corrective action and preventative measures.
• Conduct investigation of more serious work-related accidents or illnesses.
• Manage any external audit process by a regulatory agency governing matters of employee occupational health, safety and security.
• Coordinate communication with any outside regulatory agencies where needed.
• Identify, report and provide solutions to the division regarding employee safety programs, regulatory compliance, security breaches and employee health issues.
• Implements or recommends control measures for exposure to hazardous materials or conditions.
• Assist with development of educational and training materials for associates including “red flag” training when there is an immediate need resulting from an occurrence.
• Directs workers engaged in field and laboratory verification of compliance with health regulations.
• Provides technical guidance to management, labor organizations, government agencies, and civic groups regarding health-related problems and correct use of protective clothing or accessories.
• Monitors the company’s health standards in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
• Develops and implements a program and system to track and evaluate worker injuries for analyses.
• Maintains working knowledge of new developments in the industry and government regulations.
• May facilitate training for workers or train-the-trainers on issues related to health and safety.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
Indirectly, through a matrix structure, this position directs branches, regions and divisions on safety expectations and accountabilities


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and/or Experience:

Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Language Skills:

• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.
• Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
• Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

Mathematical Skills:

• Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference

Reasoning Ability:

• Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
• Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:

• Current Driver’s License
• Certified Safety Professional (CSP) preferred
• Associate Safety Professional (ASP) preferred
• Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) preferred

Other Skills and Abilities:

• Regulatory knowledge (Department of Transportation, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, FMCSR)
• Work effectively with all levels of management
• Effective trainer
• Self-motivated
• Interpersonal/collaborative skills
• Analytical
• Building relationships
• Problem solving
• Influence executives
• Organizational skills
• Time management
• Strong computer literacy

Other Qualifications:

Local and overnight travel 75%

Contact: Jodie Holgren, West Division Recruiter
5151 Shoreham Place, Ste 140, San Diego, CA 92122
P 619.483.4200 C 619.417.3106