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Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
Candidate Dependent 
Location:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Country:
United States
Job Categories:
Safety Contract/Temporary job
Safety Engineer/Specialist: Single site
Industry Segments:
Defense
Experience level:
6-10 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree
Reference Number:
1

Safety Engineer

Safety Engineer (eCRAFT Title: Quality Control Specialist IV)

Target Education: 
Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering. Area of expertise should reside in mechanical, structural, civil, electrical, or safety.

Target Experience:

  • 5 years working in an industrial facility as a safety engineer
  • Must have an active Confidential security clearance or ability to quickly obtain


Location:
Department of Defense / Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia, PA

Job Description

  • 1-3 year assignment Beginning March 1st, 2019
  • The contractor shall assist the fire department to ensure all NFPC fire and safety equipment within the facility are in compliance with current fire code regulations. Any fire inspection discrepancies shall be identified and resolved in a timely manner. The contractor shall document the fire inspection discrepancies in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 24 hours after collection of results.
  • The contractor shall assist in fire safety inspections as well as organizing, monitoring and assisting in NFPC-led fire drills and emergency evacuations.
  • The contractor shall assist in conducting safety and health inspections and surveillances. As a result, the contractor shall provide engineering solutions for corrective or preventive measures when applicable. The contractor shall document the engineering solutions in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 15 days after collection of results. If additional time is needed due to complexity, the contractor shall contact NFPC to agree on a reasonable time to deliver the report. If NPFC and the contractor cannot agree upon a timeframe, the Contracting Officer shall make a determination.
  • The contractor shall assist in conducting accident and injury investigations. As a result, the contractor shall provide engineering solutions for corrective or preventive measures when applicable. The contractor shall document the engineering solutions in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 15 days after collection of results. If additional time is needed due to complexity, the contractor shall contact NFPC to agree on a reasonable time to deliver the report. If NPFC and the contractor cannot agree upon a timeframe, the Contracting Officer shall make a determination.
  • The contractor shall assist production personnel and other safety department personnel to identify and correct unsafe conditions, actions, and processes using engineering solutions. The contractor shall document the engineering solutions in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 15 days after collection of results. If additional time is needed due to complexity, the contractor shall contact NFPC to agree on a reasonable time to deliver the report. If NPFC and the contractor cannot agree upon a timeframe, the Contracting Officer shall make a determination.
  • The contractor shall assist in reviewing existing production processes (Technical Work Documents (TWD)) such as molding, breakout, machining, assembly, etc. After review, the contractor shall evaluate and provide engineering solutions to ensure appropriate OSHE controls are addressed and/or incorporated. The contractor shall document the engineering solutions in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 24 hours after collection of results.
  • The contractor shall assist in developing and implementing engineering process controls/techniques for hazard control programs such as, but not limited to: Fall protection, electrical safety, confined space, fire protection, hazardous energy control(lockout/tagout) and respirable silica. The contractor shall research and identify required special and unique machinery/equipment for hazard control programs which meet the latest OSHE compliance standards. The contractor shall document the results in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 15 days after collection of results. If additional time is needed due to complexity, the contractor shall contact NFPC to agree on a reasonable time to deliver the report. If NPFC and the contractor cannot agree upon a timeframe, the Contracting Officer shall make a determination.
  • The contractor shall assist in developing TWDs for implementation of engineering process controls for hazard controls programs, for surveillance corrective measures, accident /injury investigation corrective measures, personnel safety concerns, etc. The contractor shall document the resuls in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 15 days after collection of results. If additional time is needed due to complexity, the contractor shall contact NFPC to agree on a reasonable time to deliver the report. If NPFC and the contractor cannot agree upon a timeframe, the Contracting Officer shall make a determination.
  • The contractor shall interface regularly with the base Industrial hygienist, regional Compensation office, Naval Base Clinic, detachment administrative office, engineering office and NNSY OSHE department.
  • The contractor shall observe 3rd party contractor operations and respond to employees’ safety complaints, safety concerns pertaining to unsafe or unhealthy contractor actions or inactions. The contractor shall report any unsafe conditions to the NFPC construction manager immediately.
  • The contractor shall assist in escorting OSHA, NAVSEA or other regulators who require access to the site. The contractor shall assist with information and/or technical support as required during these visits.
  • The contractor shall assist in providing mandatory safety and health training to all NFPC managers, employees and visitors as required. The contractor shall assist in conducting new employee safety indoctrination training; utilizing lesson plans, visual aids and associated safety props. The contractor shall document the results in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 24 hours after collection of results.
  • The contractor shall assist in the development, preparation and implementation of NFPC Occupational, safety and health process instructions and directives. The contractor shall assist in preparing NFPC policy letters, as directed. The contractor shall assist in the periodical issuance of safety bulletins for managers to relay to their personnel. The contractor shall document the results in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 15 days after collection of results. If additional time is needed due to complexity, the contractor shall contact NFPC to agree on a reasonable time to deliver the report. If NPFC and the contractor cannot agree upon a timeframe, the Contracting Officer shall make a determination.
  • The contractor shall assist in reviewing technical work documents and similar documents to ensure appropriate OSHE controls are addressed and/or incorporated. The contractor shall document the results in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 15 days after collection of results. If additional time is needed due to complexity, the contractor shall contact NFPC to agree on a reasonable time to deliver the report. If NPFC and the contractor cannot agree upon a timeframe, the Contracting Officer shall make a determination.
  • The contractor shall assist in documenting safety related information that is required to be kept on file in accordance with the statutes and time limitation as prescribed in the latest OPNAVINST 5100.23.
  • The contractor shall assist in maintaining and updating Safety Data Sheets (old Material Safety Data Sheets) and make them readily available to workforce. The contractor shall document the results in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 24 hours after collection of results.
  • The contractor shall attend and sometimes chair safety committee and council meetings as necessary to support NFPC work projects.
  • The contractor shall periodically test materials and/or specific areas which are suspect of posing a hazardous or unhealthful condition. This task could include the use of electronic monitoring equipment/meters (sound/gas monitors, etc.). The contractor shall analyze and document these test results and incorporate findings into written NFPC safety or industrial process instructions. The contractor shall document the test results and solutions in accordance with CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 15 days after collection of results. If additional time is needed due to complexity, the contractor shall contact NFPC to agree on a reasonable time to deliver the report. If NPFC and the contractor cannot agree upon a timeframe, the Contracting Officer shall make a determination.
  • The contractor shall research and identify special and unique safety equipment, protective gear and clothing to be utilized for special processes which meet the latest OSHE compliance standards. The contractor shall document the results in CDRL A001. The contractor shall deliver the report within 24 hours after collection of results.
  • The contractor shall adhere to a standard 40-hour workweek
     

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