Current Openings

Is your company looking for a qualified Safety Professional? Contact Brent Knight, CSP by email at or by phone at (206) 755-1059 to have your opening posted here.

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Construction Safety and Loss Control Manager

Posted: Oct 17, 2019

Construction Safety and Loss Control Manager Employer Resources Northwest / Bellevue WA


Excellent internal and external customer services, communicates well with eclectic and diverse group of clients and personalities, works well in team environment, respecting fellow employees and clients,  and the value of the services we provide to our clients is what drives ERNwest’s ability to be profitable and be a desirable place to work.

The primary goal of this position is to serve the customer (both employer and retro association) by actively advising employers on ways to improve risk management performance, through proactive safety practices and claims management performance, to mitigate and reduce risk and the cost to business and the retro group.

Primary Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to):

  • Direct safety lead for a large construction retrospective rating program.
  • Analyzes and reviews group injury data to identify performance deficiencies.
  • Engages with businesses to identify performance gaps and provides proactive practical safety solutions to support sustained safety performance.
  • Ability to conduct walkthroughs and safety recommendations on construction jobsites.
  • Ability to identify root cause of injuries and provide recommendations to prevent future injuries.
  • Attends safety committees, safety trainings and association events.
  • Develops and delivers safety trainings on wide range of construction safety topics.
  • Stays relevant on new safety rules and legislation.
  • Reviews and supports businesses with their accident prevention programs.
  • Ability to support construction companies with LNI compliance visits and citation appeals.
  • Travels to and from client base located in Western Washington.


  • Residential construction safety experience within Washington State.
  • Ability to be a self-starter, identify client needs, plan, prepare and manage schedule daily.
  • Ability to identify, interpret, and appropriately apply WAC 296-155 Safety Standards.
  • Computer skills such as MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Maintain a valid Washington state driver’s license and good driving record.
  • Write and speak English fluently and apply basic algebraic equations.
  • Present well, both in physical appearance and quality of presentation materials.
  • Be self-directed and demonstrate ability to work in small and large teams.
  • General understanding of Washington State claim process and return to work programs.
  • General understanding of how experience ratings affect company workers comp rates.
  • Have good oral and written communication skills great attitude, ability to learn quickly and work as a team player.
  • Work out of Bellevue office.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in safety management
  • Construction Health Safety Technician CHST, OSHA Outreach Trainer, ASP other designations
  • Speaks Spanish


Interested candidates should send send resumes to


DIRECTOR – SAFETY, Trident Seafoods, Seattle/Tacoma, WA

Posted: Oct 03, 2019


Trident Seafoods is seeking an outstanding Safety leader to oversee all shore side facilities.  Shore plants include primary processing facilities in remote locations in Alaska, as well as value-added plants in Washington State, Georgia and Minnesota. Areas of responsibility will include leadership to achieve safety objectives, compliance with all applicable regulatory standards and development and improvement of safety systems, policies and programs that support Trident’s overall strategic business objectives.


  • Provides leadership and direction to the shore plant safety organization by driving collaboration and teamwork across all functions. Partners with Trident leadership team to ensure the goal of “Zero Harm” is realized.
  • Effectively interfaces with local governments, community and neighborhood associations.
  • Identifies, prioritizes, and mitigates risks to human health and safety to the greatest extent possible.
  • Leads corporate safety committee and assists in implementing facility safety committees.
  • Develops and mentors a professional team of safety managers and advisors who will identify and implement best practices within their sphere of influence.
  • Implements Trident wide safety protocols and establishes location metrics, analyzes results and guides the Trident team in appropriate actions required to facilitate a continuous improvement culture.
  • In conjunction with Trident’ leadership team, undertakes responsibility and accountability of all strategic and tactical business decisions regarding safety. Implements plans to ensure a safety-first approach.
  • Investigates incidents to find root causes and implements corrective and preventative measures.
  • Works with business leaders and supervisors to monitor implementation of the safety management system and develops training programs.

Minimum Requirements


A bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject (Health, Safety, Environment, Industrial Hygiene or Engineering).



  • Experience in managing multiple facilities in diverse/remote locations.
  • Experience designing, implementing, and managing safety management systems, including collecting and analyzing safety data to identify trends, risks and mitigation opportunities across facilities.


  • Minimum of 5 years Safety leadership and training experience, preferably in a manufacturing environment.
  • Experience with analytical and presentation software, dashboards, and other tools necessary to present clear, concise, actionable data to facility and corporate managers and executives.
  • Experience working in a LEAN manufacturing environment.
  • Experience working with Microsoft Suite of products and data management tools.
  • Knowledge in applicable ANSI, EPA, OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910 & 29 CFR 1926, and other applicable standards.
  • Certified Instructor in CPR, First Aid, OSHA outreach programs
  • Extensive knowledge of Fire Protection, Contractor Safety, Injury/Illness prevention, Electrical Safety, Hazardous Substances and Ergonomics.
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
  • OSHA 500


Trident is an equal opportunity, drug free employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age and genetic information.

To apply, please follow the link below:


EH&S Specialist

Posted: Sep 19, 2019

We are EnSafe, an employee-owned, global professional services firm. We strive to provide cutting-edge, creative solutions for our clients. We are currently accepting applications for an Environmental, Safety & Health (ES&H) Specialist. The position will be based out of an aerospace client site in the Seattle, Washington area and will serve as a consultant to ensure compliance with both environmental and workplace safety regulations.

Our ideal candidate will assist with overall ES&H compliance and fostering a safe workplace mentality. Responsibilities will include safety requirements related to Class 4 lasers, performing hazard analysis, permitting, recordkeeping, training, etc. Job responsibilities will also include compliance with general industry OSHA regulations, development and implementation of safety procedures (lockout/tag out, electrical safety, confined space assessments, fall protection, etc.), and general environmental compliance.We require a minimum of a BS in a related field, five or more years’ of experience, good written and verbal communication skills, and a strong work ethic.

Apply for EH&S Specialist using the link below:

Please contact Leanna Van Vleet at 901-937-4284 or lvanvleet@ensafe.comwith any questions.