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Safety Specialist – Sacramento County

The Sacramento County Department of Personnel Services, Employment Services Division announces the exam for:
Safety Specialist
Exam # 28399-B
Approximate Monthly Salary: $7,010.46 – $8,520.78

The Safety Specialist is a professional level class. Under general supervision, incumbents assist in the program administration of the Countywide Safety Program, and may perform as a program staff specialist or as a department safety specialist coordinating the safety programs and having functional responsibility for safety activities within a County department. This class is characterized by a high degree of independence in the application of program responsibilities and requires a thorough knowledge of applicable laws, procedures, and regulations affecting safety operations.


  1. Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering, safety engineering, occupational safety and health, or other closely related field.
    Experience: One year of professional level experience in industrial engineering, safety engineering, or occupational safety and health inspection.
    Substitution: Additional qualifying professional level experience in industrial engineering, safety engineering, or occupational health and safety inspection may substitute for the college education on a year-for-year basis.
  2. Experience: Four years experience equivalent to a Safety Technician for Sacramento County.
  3. Education: Completion of the University of California at Davis certificate program in Health and Safety.
    Experience: Three years of professional level experience in industrial engineering, safety engineering, or occupational safety and health inspection.

Please refer to job announcement for cut-off dates.
(Final cut-off is at 5:00 PM on July 8, 2022)
Please see job announcement for important testing information.
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Safety Director – Sacramento

TAK Communications California, Inc., is seeking a Safety Director.


Develops and implements safety programs and standards for their employer, and all employees within, to reduce potential accidents and injury. The safety director will work in office environments but also frequently travel to jobsites and various workplaces to make visual inspections. The safety director reports to the Chief Operating Officer within the business, and work as leaders within a collaborative environment amongst all the management team.

A minimum of 5 year’s equivalent safety field work experience is required and/or preferred.

High School diploma or equivalent required; college or vocational training preferred.

Must have a good driving record; Pass a drug test and background search during pre-employment and annually thereafter as required.


Periodically performs field safety

Conducts field safety meetings at the direction of the Chief Operating Officer.

Enforces COVID protocols throughout the company insuring the safest work environment for all employees.

Responsible for managing the process with the 3rd party vendor for recertification of the company’s fleet ladders bi-annually.

Assist operations with new employee safety training at each location, as needed.

Provide technical assistance to local management who conduct thorough investigations of work place injuries and vehicle accidents.

Strong knowledge and experience in Workers Compensation claims, to include claim processes, claim management, and claim resolution.

Maintaining inventory of all safety supplies, including but not limited to hard hats, safety vests, safety glasses, cones, ladders, masks, disposable gloves, sanitizer, soap, digital thermometers, etc. Notify the Chief Operating Officer when supplies need to be ordered.

Using the company GPS tracking system, identify GPS units that are not working and report all faulty GPS units to the Fleet Safety Manager and appropriate management personnel.

Develops company-wide safety standards for all departments and employees to follow.

Audits all work processes to look for potential safety hazards by physically inspecting work areas and jobsites.

Reviews incident reports to determine where changes need to be made to prevent future similar accidents.

Ensures that all company and OSHA safety standards are being followed by all employees at all times.

Writes reports analyzing safety programs and safety compliance company-wide, pointing out potential hazards and areas of improvement.

Coordinates with claims adjusters and investigators following workplace incidents.

Designs safety training programs and presentations for employees and upper management.

Conducts and leads regular safety meetings updating employees on safety policies and any changes to workplace safety practices.

Perform other duties as required


Knowledge of computers using Microsoft office products

Analytical thinking – Safety Director uses analytical skills to assess jobsites and workplaces and to spot potential risks that could compromise safety for any employee

Communication skills  Demonstrates good verbal and written communication skills that are essential for the workforce, collaborates with accident investigators and writes detailed safety reports

Attention to detail – Extremely focused on attention to detail to investigate workplaces and jobsites and spot potential safety risks

Multitasking – Can work on many tasks at once, good multitasking abilities are essential for this job

Leadership – Give presentations, lead meetings attended by all employees, and design training programs, all of which require strong leadership skills

Excellent verbal, written communication, and interpersonal skills

Able to work independently and as a part of a team

Ability to meet communicated schedules and deadlines with accuracy

Industry knowledge – Understanding the contracting business in terms of cable installation and construction job functions is preferred.

Full knowledge of all CAL-OSHA mandates pertaining to reporting injuries, recording injuries, and the safety rules and regulations pertaining to the telecommunications industry.

Qualified applicants can email a current resume and cover letter to Ms. MaKaela Carter at

Risk Manager – Turlock

The City of Turlock is now accepting applications for a Risk Manager. The Risk Manager has the responsibility to plan, direct and coordinate the Risk Management activities and operations of the City including workers’ compensation, general liability, loss control, property insurance, contract insurance requirements, and other related insurance programs; The Risk Manager coordinates Risk Management activities with other departments and provides highly responsible and complex staff assistance to executive management.

You can review the job description and application process at

Applications close on May 20, 2022.

EHS Advisor – Elk Grove

Cardinal Health is seeking a qualified individual for an Environmental, Health & Safety Advisor position in the Sacramento metropolitan area. The position is responsible for implementing EHS solutions in support of Cardinal Health assets in the Sacramento metro area. These solutions are designed to manage, mitigate, and whenever possible, eliminate EHS risks to Cardinal Health employees, facilities, products and the communities in which the company operates. Operations supported include Sacramento Pharmaceutical Distribution Center, Nuclear & Precision Health Solutions (NPHS) pharmacies, Innovative Delivery Solutions (IDS) pharmacies in West Region, and commercial office.

Interested individuals can review the job description and apply for the position at the folloing web site – EHS Advisor.