MLJ Contracting is a premier general contractor performing public works projects for major agencies in the New York heavy construction market. We provide quality workmanship to our customers, fair and high-integrity relationships to our suppliers and subcontractors, challenging and rewarding careers to our employees, and a safe and professional work site for all. MLJ Contracting began operations approximately one year ago, but our Principals have been executives in the New York area Public Works Construction sector for more than 30 years. Throughout our careers we have performed high profile projects for agencies like the MTA, Port Authority, and New York City DOT, DDC, and DEP. To date MLJ has been low bidder on 4 projects totaling $400 million in work. Two of those projects are underway and the others will be awarded this Spring. Our projects include ADA and other improvements to the MTA’s Times Square / Grand Central Shuttle ($132 million) and restoration of the Arches and Towers of the Brooklyn Bridge ($238.3 million). We are well financed and positioned for continued growth.
The Safety Manager is an expert in the areas of safety procedure and techniques to provide a minimum-risk environment for all employees working at construction sites. The Safety Manager promotes a safety culture on the project, educates staff, and enforces rules and regulations throughout the projects. The Safety Manager serves as the Contractor Safety Manager as per NYCT specification section 1S.
- Responsible for the management of all safety and security matters.
- Develop safe work plans.
- Maintain safety records and reports.
- Prepare incident reports if required.
- Hold a safety walk-thru on a monthly basis for the project manager, CSE, engineer, anyone deemed appropriate.
- Conduct safety meetings at least every two weeks attended by all employees of the contractor and subcontractors
- Maintain a daily Site Safety Log for all project safety and security matters.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- A minimum of five (5) years’ experience as a Safety Engineer on NYCT Projects.
- Must have a minimum of ninety (90) days prior NYCT ROW (Right of Way) work experience that includes Flagging/ General Order work.
- Strong oral and written communication required.
- Ability to work well in a team setting and communicate effectively
- Working knowledge of safety/environmental principles and techniques.
- Capable of identifying known/potential exposures and recommending corrective actions.
- Completion of OSHA 30 Construction Safety and Health (29 CFR 1926) Course.
- Completion of the 40 hour NYC-Department of Buildings Site Safety Manager Course.
- Active member of American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE).
- NYCT Track Safety Certified.