|Date Posted:||Jul 7, 2020|
|Closing Date:||Jul 30, 2020|
|Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Salary Range:||As per company salary scaleAF|
|Years of Experience:||4 Years|
|Contract Duration:||Not specified|
About Khan Group of Companiesn International :
Khan Group of Companies international initiated its Operations way back in 2005. KGC is a multi-functional and multi-faceted Afghan based Group of companies and has a great deal of experience in various construction fields, maintenance & cleaning and elevators supply and installation from a big international company of the world (KONE), as well as the installations of gigantic electric and heating and cooling (HVAC) systems with professional accuracy and satisfactory services.
The incumbent will be responsible for project overall safety issues and will be working under direct supervision of site Manager.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Should provide a workable safety program for the project from the start of the construction to the closeout phase.
The safety officer should be familiar with a typical Accident Prevention Plan (APP) in accordance with the US Army Corps of Engineers requirements including OSHA and EM 385.
Must be familiar with implementation of all steps of activity hazard analysis (AHA) for construction activities and equipment's including earthworks and excavations, confined space, material handling, tools - hand and power, scaffolds, stairways and ladders, electrical, personal protective equipment, fall protection, welding and cutting, fire prevention, concrete & masonry, and cranes.
Should design and install necessary safety signs, signals and barricades for the job-site.
Should regularly inspect and evaluate the work site to identify the potential accident hazards, and protect personnel and property at the job-site.
OSHA and EM 385 Daily safety inspection of site by SSHO from the start of the project up to the end Filling of ENGFORM 3394 as per needed ENGFORM 3394 inspection and evaluation of the work site specifically identify the.
Shall be responsible for documenting, recording and reporting all accident exposures and experienced incidents at work site to the related stakeholders.
Conduct some basic safety trainings for the construction team; and Communicate with the head office of KCC and US Army Corps of Engineers in a regular manner.
Certificate of high school and OSHA 30 hour construction safety training is required. Holder of higher degrees is strongly preferred.
Minimum 4 years of progressively responsible experience in construction safety of USACE projects in Afghanistan as a safety officer is required.
Must have the ability to communicate effectively through oral and written English and local languages, reporting and analysis, and IT tools.
he applicant must possess strong operational, and computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; Internet, and email. The candidate should own the ability to work effectively with superiors, subordinates, colleagues and partners, as well as should possess maturity, stability, objectivity, adaptability and perfect professional judgment.
Having past experience in the field of Construction Safety in USACE Project.