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Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
Denver area, Colorado
United States
Job Categories:
Construction Safety
Safety Manager/Coordinator: Multi-site
Industry Segments:
Construction /Architecture
Experience level:
11-15 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree

Safety Manager

Since 1996, Brown Brothers Asphalt and Concrete has become Colorado's most trusted asphalt and concrete construction, repair, and maintenance, company. Brown Brothers sets the standard for how companies in our industry should do business. With more than 250 employees and over 1,000 jobs completed each year, we deliver the highest quality paved surfaces and service on every job. We seek individuals who are skilled, dependable, honest, and who believe safety is a priority. Whether in the office or on the job site, you'll find a team of hard-working, dedicated people working together to provide the best possible solutions and experience for our customers and employees alike. BBAC is the perfect company for self-starting individuals with the right skills and attitude to build their careers. 

Position Summary:
The primary responsibilities of the Safety Manager role are to develop, plan, organize, and enhance the safety performance of the organization.  The Safety Manager will work in partnership with operations and other divisions to ensure safe and productive performance.  This role will be responsible for providing education at all levels of the organization focusing on applicable standards, codes, and company policies, and for planning, implementing, and maintaining the organization's risk-management program, to include the administration of property and casualty insurance, general liability insurance, product liability insurance, and worker's compensation.  This position will report directly to the COO.

Job Functions: 

  • Provide training to leadership and management on safety leadership, the process, and expectations.  Focus on continuous improvement opportunities.
  • Set priorities and goals with senior management team by providing regular performance reports and communicating strengths/opportunities for improvement.
  • Provide safety education to achieve companywide business and divisional goals.
  • Conduct job site safety surveys focusing on critical behaviors, compliance, and crew improvement opportunities.
  • Investigate all work related injuries, property, and third-party incidents to determine cause(s) and develop “lesson learned” reports for use as future safety topic education.
  • Responsible for reporting all incidents to the appropriate insurance personnel.
  • Compile, analyze, and interpret statistical loss trends to positively impact occupational illnesses and third-party claims.
  • Serve as a knowledgeable resource on DOT requirements.
  • Review Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) abstracts for new hires to ensure driving eligibility (annually).
  • Manage relationship with insurance brokers and insurance companies. Own and drive coordination amongst the company, liability insurance companies, brokers and/or attorneys.
  • Lead the Safety department and further enhance our safety culture and performance to become best in class.
  • Oversee claims reporting process including direct management of high-risk claims, payment authorization, and reconciliation of invoices
  • Establish and implement procedures to ensure timely notification and proper reporting of claims and litigation against company to appropriate internal stakeholders, insurers, and third-party administrators.
  • Understand applicable insurance policies and advise in-house counsel of significant developments on liability matters and insurance coverage issues that may impact company’s risk and exposure.
  • Interpret safety regulations and bid requirements to ensure the most effective and efficient safety processes are implemented and budgeted.
  • Manage staff of safety administrators.
  • Perform other duties as requested.

10 years of previous safety and risk management experience is desired (preferably in the construction industry). 


  • OSHA Authorized Outreach Instructor for Construction preferred.
  • Associate Risk Manager (ARM) or Certified Risk Manager (CRM) preferred.
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Associate Risk Management (ARM) preferred.
  • Professional depth in leading core practice areas of risk management especially focused on aiding senior management in making informed, imperative decisions, assessing potential pitfalls or threats to the business.
  • Detail oriented including strong analytical and communication skills.
  • Individual should have the ability to quickly establish trust and rapport with senior leaders, operating managers, and field personnel, while having the ability to clearly communicate across a wide range of cultures.
  • Demonstrated ability to make good decisions, solve problems and drive for results.
  • Efficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Power Point.
  • Individual should have the highest work ethic and business integrity.
  • Frequent interstate travel to multiple locations including offices and job sites.
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