Job Openings Safety Lead

About the job Safety Lead

Gentis Solutions is seeking a Safety Lead to join our team. This contract-to-hire position is with one of our clients interested in full-time consultants. The ideal candidates will have the required skills listed below and will be eligible and open to being hired by our client at the end of the project's duration. If you are qualified, make sure you apply below.


  • A Bachelor's degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Engineering, or other applicable field
    • The degree requirement is waivable with prior work experience in an industrial environment or work experience in a dedicated health and safety position
  • 1-2 years of relevant experience
    • (ex) OSHA Compliance, environmental health & safety, front line work and day-to-day safety management
  • Bilingual Spanish
  • Proficient in oral and written communication, adept at public presentations
  • Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office, with a rapid learning curve for other standardized systems
  • Demonstrated capacity to contribute effectively and with enthusiasm within a team setting
  • Verified ability to identify hazards, evaluate risks, and propose control measures
  • Adaptable to diverse environments, encompassing office, indoor, and outdoor settings, even in extreme temperatures

Typical Duties

  • Developing and updating safety policies and procedures to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations, as well as ADM's internal safety standards
  • Coordinating and delivering safety training programs to employees, contractors, and visitors
    • This includes training on safe work practices, emergency response, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Conducting risk assessments to identify potential hazards in the workplace and implementing measures to mitigate those risks
    • This may involve conducting safety audits and inspections
  • Leading investigations into workplace accidents, incidents, or near-misses to determine their root causes and develop corrective actions to prevent recurrence
  • Promoting a strong safety culture within ADM by fostering a sense of responsibility for safety among all employees and encouraging reporting of safety concerns
  • Developing and maintaining emergency response plans and procedures, including evacuation plans, first-aid response, and coordination with local emergency services
  • Ensuring compliance with all relevant safety regulations and standards, including OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) requirements in the United States and similar regulations in other countries
  • Regularly communicating safety-related information, updates, and best practices to employees through meetings, newsletters, and other channels
  • Building positive relationships with local regulatory agencies and participating in inspections and audits as needed
  • Leading continuous improvement efforts in safety performance by setting goals, measuring progress, and implementing strategies to enhance safety outcomes
  • Maintaining accurate records of safety-related activities, incidents, and training, and preparing reports for management and regulatory agencies
  • Ensuring that contractors and vendors working on ADM sites adhere to safety standards and guidelines