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Safety Coordinator

Morgan Corp. is currently searching for a Safety Coordinator in the Raleigh, NC area.

Morgan Corp is looking for a Safety Coordinator to work with our Raleigh, NC Division. The successful candidate will join Morgan Corp.’s newest Division and will be responsible for leading safety initiatives and assisting Project Supervision in ensuring that safe working conditions are provided and maintained for all employees. They will provide technical advice, support, and analysis to help management establish risk controls and processes that promote sustainable safety and health practices.


• Examine project sites for environmental or physical factors that could affect employee health, safety, comfort, and performance.
• Assist with planning, implementing, and delivery of safety and health training programs.
• Provide guidance to employees regarding Company safety policies, programs, and procedures.
• Coordinate with Supervisors to ensure appropriate resources are available to perform work safely.
• Perform safety audits of jobsites to verify compliance, evaluate performance, and identify existing or potential hazards and prepare written reports on their findings.
• Demonstrate the correct use of safety equipment.
• Inspect safety equipment, material handling equipment, and ladders on a periodic basis for safe condition.
• Assist with investigations of incidents that may occur on a jobsite and coordinate with site management to ensure identified corrective actions are implemented.
• Assist with first-aid care and injury management if required.
• Immediately stop/suspend any observed condition that is dangerous to life and health.
• Ensure subcontractors’ compliance with Morgan Corp.’s safety rules and regulations as well as any state or federal rules that may apply.
• Attend client meetings as required.
• Perform safety orientations for new hire and subcontracted employees.


• Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Health and Safety, Occupational Safety and Health or related field preferred (Work experience may be considered in lieu of degree.)
• 3 + years of progressive safety experience and training.
• Professional EHS certifications appreciated, but not required.
• Experience with behavioral based safety programs a plus.
• Ability to interact with and motivate all levels of project teams.
• Ability to communicate clearly and respectfully in one-on-one situations as well as in large groups.
• Bi-lingual English/Spanish highly desired.
• Ability to traverse uneven, unpaved terrain on project sites.
• Observant auditor with experience in the construction field, with an emphasis on heavy civil construction preferred.
• Ability to report clearly and concisely on audits, training results, and field performance.
• Have integrity and be honest in all dealings.
• Protects company’s value by keeping employees’ health information confidential.
• Reliable, responsible, and dependable in fulfilling obligations.
• Careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks.
• Creativity and alternative thinking to develop new ideas and answers to work-related problems.
• Ability to work independently, display initiative, and solve problems with proficiency.
• Experience with Microsoft Office products a plus.