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Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
United States
Job Categories:
Construction Safety
Fleet / Transportation Safety
Safety Manager/Coordinator: Single site
Safety Manager/Coordinator: Multi-site
Industry Segments:
Construction /Architecture, Energy, Oil & Gas - E&P
Experience level:
6-10 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree

Area Safety Manager

We believe that our success begins with our employees.

They are the foundation for the outstanding level of quality and service we provide our customers, and because of them we are a national leader in the infrastructure industry. Integrity, reliability and versatility set us apart from others in our field, and InfraSource recognizes employees who exemplify these values.  We offer competitive salaries and benefits that attract the best and brightest employees. 

If you're ready for a challenging job at a company that rewards fresh ideas and a positive attitude, InfraSource is the place for you.

Area Safety Manager - King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

Function, Focus & Reporting:
The position will be responsible for area level safety leadership across an assigned area at InfraSource. The focus shall be field safety leadership in an assigned area. Area Safety Manager Position will report to the Regional Safety Manager or other assigned department senior manager.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Embody and apply core values: safety, quality, integrity, ownership, service, and team.
  • Have a positive attitude. Present solutions when presenting problems. Be a part of the solution.
  • Manage other safety professionals or admin as assigned.
  • Perform area and job site level audits based on event trending, lagging/leading indicators and safety needs identified with Regional Safety Manager or another department senior manager.
  • Coordinate injury management through Workman’s Compensation Manager and assist in establishing area injury management resources and relationship building as assigned by the Regional Safety Manager.
  • Provide area level safety leadership and shall promote a positive safety culture as assigned.
  • Participate in parent company level safety audits across the organization and coordinate corrective actions feedback to the Regional Safety Manager and operations management.
  • Participate in AAR calls relevant to events occurring within the assigned area. Coordinate follow-up.
  • Review weekly Ops Reports for safety planning purposes with Regional Safety Manager.
  • Assist with training instruction and scheduling as directed by the Regional Safety Manager.
  • May assist with/lead special projects as assigned related to organization-wide related safety matters.
  • Assist with root cause identification, investigations and case management within the assigned area.
  • Complete a monthly expense report for company Purchasing Card. Shall spend within set departmental guidelines. Submit Purchase Card activity monthly to the Regional Safety Manager.
  • Coordinate, manage and respond to OSHA agency level audits as directed by the Regional Safety Manager or another department senior manager.
  • Coordinate support efforts with Regional Safety Manager.
  • Report daily safety experience and daily plan of day inaccuracies to Regional Safety Manager.
  • As assigned by Regional Safety Manager, will make sure investigations, corrective actions, and safety planning is purposeful, complete and supported.
  • Shall ensure timely notifications for serious events are made to Regional Safety Manager.
  • All other assigned responsibilities by the Regional Safety Manager or other assigned department senior manager.



  • Bachelor’s Degree in a Safety related curriculum, with minimum 3 years of verifiable safety experience or a minimum of 5 years of safety experience and the OSHA 500, or other accredited safety certification i.e. CSP, ASP, OHS, CHST, CSST, CSHO.
  • Maintain and develop gas distribution, pipeline, and underground electric safety knowledge.
  • Must be able to travel nationwide or region as needed. Must travel to all assigned areas monthly. Overnight travel as needed to support position and duties.
  • Must maintain professional interaction, appearances, and communication within all levels of the organization.
  • Continued professional development and Quanta train-the-trainer certification preferred.
  • InfraSource approved driver. Demonstrate safe driving behaviors. Follow all DMV rules and regulations.
  • On call 24/7 or as assigned after hours, weekends and holidays.
  • Other assigned qualifications by the Regional Safety Manager or another department senior manager.