Field Safety Officer
Date Posted: November 1, 2023
Location: Auburn, WA
We are looking to employ a qualified and competent Field Safety Officer who will be
primarily responsible for the health and safety of our operational personnel and clients
in GRAYMAR’s Pacific-Northwest work areas of WA & OR (Spokane, Moses Lake,
Pasco, Auburn, and Troutdale).
Residency in Washington or northern Oregon is preferred, and consistent monthly
travel between 5 GRAYMAR offices and work areas will be necessary.
1. The FSO (Field Safety Officer) will perform moderately complex (journey-level)
safety and health program work. Work involves developing temporary clientrequired jobsite HASPs/Hazwoper work plans, inspecting-evaluating-assessing
work areas and tasks for hazards mitigation and control, and investigating and
analyzing accidents. Will provide safety guidance to others. Works under
general supervision of the Director of Health & Safety, with latitude for the use of
initiative and independent judgment as needed to protect GrayMar.
2. To ensure success as an FSO, you must stay updated with the best practices in
health and safety, and consistently implement these practices in the workplace
and field operations; maintain compliance with all client-required safety
regulations and ensure that every member of staff complies with the federal and
state regulated standards to include WA Titles 296 & OR Chapters 437.
1. Develops HASPs / HAZWOPER work plans for different projects in the format
requested by GrayMar clients.
2. Conducts surveys, audits, and inspections to ensure a safe environment and
compliance with safety rules and standards.
3. Conducts JSA’s, JHA’s, RA’s (Risk Assessments), identifies problems, and
recommends corrective action.
4. Recommends procedures to ensure that employees are held accountable for
their safety responsibilities.
5. Recommends the type of protective equipment to be used and conducts
utilization spot checks.
6. Implements safety education training, safety awareness, and hazard recognition
as needed for operations.
7. Interprets safety rules, regulations, and standards and shares understanding of
8. Maintains a local log of any accidents and injuries, prepares and reviews
accident reports, and determines causes and costs for management review.
9. Assists in investigating accidents and completing reports.
10.Will review current plans to ensure that the finished product complies with safety
standards for the work being performed.
11.Will provide guidance and training to others as needed.
12.Performs related work as assigned (both outdoor and indoor; walking, standing,
sitting, lifting, driving, normal ergonomic movements)
Education and Experience:
1. Minimum 4 years direct experience in occupational safety and health program
work or management. (HAZWOPER / HAZMAT / EMERGENCY RESPONSE /
RESCUE – related is a plus)
2. OTI coursework in safety, health, hazardous materials, or OSHA30 or OSHA510
or OSHA511 with additional DOT, EPA, ISO safety training showing continuation
in learning and qualifications. (OSHA500 or OSHA501 or related EHS
certification – is a plus)
Additional Certification or License or Registration:
1. HAZWOPER (40HR Hazwoper or an OSHA Trainer certification – is a plus)
2. Member of a safety organization i.e., ASSP, NSC, RED CROSS, etc. if possible
3. Current FIRST AID – CPR / BLS / EMT (Trainer/Skills Tester certification – is a
4. Other EHS or DOT related certification or license
Pay range for FSO position is $31.25 – $33.25 per hour