GH Phipps Construction Companies

HSE Manager


Greenwood Village, CO


Full Time

The HSE Manager is responsible for the implementation, coordination and administration of the Company’s Health & Safety programs. He/she will provide subject matter expertise, process checks, and safety advocacy in the construction industry.


Operating Skills:                                Technical Credibility

                                                                Decision Quality


People Management:                    Encouraging Accountability

                                                                Establishing Focus

Personal Attributes:                       Handling Difficult Issues

                                                                Results Oriented

Relationship Skills:                           Relationship Building / Networking

                                                                Building Organizational Commitment

                                                                Building Trust


Essential Functions

  • Oversee Field Safety via effective application of risk management and loss prevention practices
  • Provide and/or coordinate safety training
  • Conduct safety related investigations
  • Assure compliance with applicable State, Federal, Company, and Customer health and safety regulations, policies and procedures
  • Serve as a member of the safety leadership team

  Position Responsibilities

  • Implementation, Coordination and Administration of Company’s Health & Safety Programs in accordance with local, state, Federal, Company and Customer rules and regulations.
  • Advises HSE Director on safety compliance concerns and preventative actions.
  • Plans and implements training for employee in work site safety practices and evaluates employee training needs.
  • Responds to and investigate post-incident investigations, and near misses and prepares report identifying possible root cause analysis to determine preventability or process improvement.
  • Assists with compliance of Customer Safety requirements.  
  • Monitors Field Staff regarding safety surveys and inspections, prepares written reports of findings and recommendations for corrective or preventative measures where indicated and follows up to ensure measures have been implemented. Oversee, monitor and coach Field Team
  • Promotes cross-group effectiveness with the ability to maintain a balance between Teamwork and Safety Compliance.
  • Prepares and coordinates safety meetings, including Safety Committee, focusing on safety topics, accident prevention, current processes and procedures, including new hire and refresher orientation.
  • Serve as Subject Matter Expert to the HSE Director and Executive Management Team and provide internal consulting, advising and guidance.
  • Support project management in the development of site specific safety plans.
  • Ensure that subcontractors have submitted project specific safety plans as required
  • Work with internal groups to update and maintain safety and health requirements in contract master agreements
  • Train and advise Health and Safety staff to guide construction, site, and program leadership with proper and legal abatement and environmental cleanup activities in the field
  • Monitor and continuously evaluate effective strategies to reduce corporate EMR
  • Maintain and ensure all corporate, local and state storm water management permits and best practices
  • Effectively present information and respond to questions from Executive Management, Field Managers, Field Supervisors, Clients & subcontractors.
  • Any other reasonable request or task assigned by management

Position Qualifications


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Safety or related field or related equivalent experience
  • 3-5 years of safety experience within the construction industry
  • Ability to travel to jobsites
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Excellent oral and written skills


  • A Certified Safety Professional (CSP) in the construction industry.
  • 10 years’ Field Experience in the construction, specifically concrete and/or hospital work or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Experience in a supervisory or management level position directly managing subordinates and subcontractors

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