• Safety Manager

    Job Locations US-NY-College Point
    Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(7/31/2019 2:52 PM)
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    J-Track, LLC was formed by three individuals with over 70 years of combined experience in transit and track construction work. We have successfully performed railroad track work, civil construction, and architectural work for a number of government pay for essay online agencies engaged in public transportation. The company’s staff includes professional engineers, project managers, superintendents, foremen, quality control managers and safety managers.


    J-Track is rapidly becoming not only a premier track contractor but a formidable force in New York’s heavy civil construction market. Our explosive growth is based on the experience of our principals, our commitment to excellence, and the dedication of our employees. At J-Track we place the highest value possible on customer satisfaction, safety and on-time performance.


    The J-Track Safety Manager (SM) will assist in advancing a higher standard of health and safety throughout J-Track and to ensure that no employee is exposed to unacceptable conditions. The SM will promote the Corporate Safety Program throughout the projects, conduct inspections, perform audits, conduct safety training, investigate accidents and incidents and help advance the Safety Culture across the company.


    • Heavy interaction with Corporate Safety and J-Track’s President, VP’s, project managers, Superintendents/Supervisors, Foreman and Craft.
    • Perform inspections for safety compliance for all jobsites.
    • Ensure project Documentation is in compliance with the Corporate Safety Program.
    • Conduct Tool Box Talks and Safety Meetings.
    • Assist in the implementation of the Medical Surveillance programs.
    • Provide First Aid on project and escort injured workers to medical facilities.
    • Request Industrial Hygiene monitoring to support projects compliance.
    • Responsible for safety related documentation & reporting i.e., accident/injury, third party claims, utilities incidents, field audits.
    • Coordinate field safety efforts with all project management.
    • Conduct Safety Orientation training for all new employees
    • Review existing safety plans for all jobs and facilities and assist in the development of new Site Safety Plans.
    • Conduct and maintain all Training requirements and scheduling.
    • Investigate all Safety Incidents (Auto, Injury)/Claims.
    • Report all Field Safety Incidents/Claims with Management.
    • Participate in pre-construction/kick off meetings for projects
    • Schedule, review and track medical evaluations.
    • Mentor field personnel on safety knowledge and attitude.
    • Schedule and maintain records for respirator fit testing, and fit for duty testing.
    • Monitor and oversee subcontractor compliance.
    • Other duties assigned.


    • 5 to 10 years experience in Construction Safety, with heavy emphasis on track work.
    • MTA/LIRR/Metro-North track experience.
    • Experience managing Safety on multiple projects preferred.
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy, strong communication and interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Candidate must have a high energy level and be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
    • Must meet reasonable deadlines, quotas or demands for accuracy and/or may be involved in difficult situations.
    • Ability to understand and evaluate safety of jobsite and personnel.
    • Ability to identify and assess both worker’s exposure to hazards and Company’s exposure to Risk.
    • 75% travel requirement within the NYC area.  


    • Bachelor’s degree in Safety or related field (or equivalent experience) preferred.
    • MTA/LIRR/Metro-North Track Safety Training.
    • Track Right Of Way experience.
    • OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety Training.
    • NYDOB Safety Training.
    • Various OSHA Competent Person Training.          


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