Environmental Health & Safety Specialist

San Diego, CA
Full Time
Mid Level

Job Summary

Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation (SIRC) is an industry leader in sustainable energy for residential and commercial properties. The Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Specialist works closely with the EHS team to ensure safe work practices throughout the organization. The EHS Specialist promotes compliance with local, state, and federal standards as well as corporate and site-specific policy through training, guidance, risk identification, implements initiatives and executes other necessary actions as needed to meet safety and compliance needs across the organization. This full-time position is based in San Diego, California.



  • Prioritize incident prevention through continual safety education and training, promotion of safe working habits and conditions, safety inspections, and accident investigation; identify areas for improvement and work with cross-functional management to implement new programs and policies.
  • Aid in the management of investigations of accidents and work-related injuries or illnesses. Coordinate tracking of cases by maintaining OSHA 300 Logs and corporate incident reporting system and follow-up Workers’ Compensation case management activities.
  • Assist in data and logs that record accidents and safety issues as required; track trends and analyze date to develop and implement improvements.
  • Assist in the management of the site's EHS Training Program. Provide training on pre-established safety curriculum.
  • Review and update of written EHS programs, including Standard Operating Procedures and Work Instructions.
  • Schedule and participate in periodic Safety Meetings. Produce and distribute meeting minutes. 
  • Conduct worksite inspections, write reports as required, and report activities to EHS Management. 
  • Ensure all equipment and work areas are posted with correct warning signs and labels as per defined guidelines.
  • Stay up to date on the basic requirements for compliance. Participate as required in training on regulatory issues affecting business activities.  
  • Ensure and maintain compliance with the Company’s quality system requirements through training and adherence to policies, procedures, and processes.
  • Maintain and coordinate SIRC’s safety learning management system.
  • Performs other related duties and assignments as required.



  • High school diploma or equivalent; additional training/education a plus.
  • Minimum of 2 – 4 years working in a Health & Safety (or equivalent) field.
  • Construction experience highly preferred
  • Familiar with OSHA, EPA, RCRA, Air Quality, and Water Pollution regulations.
  • Ability to organize work, establish priorities, and manage multiple tasks under time pressure
  • Effective customer service, interpersonal and training skills.
  • Ability to work as part of a team.
  • Effective written and oral communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to follow established policies and procedures.
  • Effective analytical problem-solving skills.
  • Must be proficient working with PCs. Requires good command of Microsoft Office, e-mail, and internet platforms.
  • A valid unrestricted California driver’s license and a clean driving record.

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