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Safety Technicians

SafeZone's mission is to add value and make a difference in the HSE success of your projects. With the extremely educated and experienced safety technicians on staff, we strive to assist in the delivery of Safety Techszero harm. Our safety technicians are trained to develop a professional working relationship with the designated person in charge and maintain communications with them in order to build a successful partnership that meets and exceeds the expectations and requirements of the client. By providing oversight utilizing company specific safe work practices and processes, the safety technician will play a major role in limiting exposure to potential incidents.

Our safety technicians have working knowledge of OSHA 1910 and 1926 regulations, as well as applicable USCG and BOEM regulations. In addition, qualification in the following will be a condition of employment as a safety technician on facilities/projects:
  • Confined Space entry, competent person level trained
  • Hazard communication (right to know)
  • welding, cutting, and brazing
  • respiratory protection, user level
  • hearing protection, OSHA occupational noise exposure standard
  • personal protective equipment requirements
  • permit to work systems
  • job safety analysis, user level
  • behavioral based safety, user level
  • energy isolation (lockout/tagout), authorized person level
  • fall protection, competent person level
  • scaffolding, basic level
  • water survival
  • hazard identification, intermediate level
  • root cause analysis / accident investigation
  • rigger training, API RP2D
  • First aid/CPR/AED/BBP

SafeZone Safety Technicians will be able to assist in the execution of safe work practices, and will ensure that all company policies and procedures are being routinely complied with as part of daily activities. Our safety technicians are prepared to assist with, but not limited to the following daily activities:   JSA's, Safety meetings, Company orientations, short service employees, hot work, pre-work checklist, simultaneous operations, behavioral based safety, qualifications of job site personnel, fall protection, crane use, chemicals, incident response, lockout/tagout, stop work authority, spill prevention, emergency medical services, and emergency response.


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