Established in 1976, Armstrong Builders, LLC is an award-winning integrated multi-disciplinary company dedicated to outstanding service and craftsmanship.

Safety Coordinator


Safety Coordinator

Armstrong Builders is seeking a reliable Safety Coordinator to actively support occupational health & safety and ensure the workplace meets all legal requirements. The Safety Coordinator will be responsible for executing established policies as well as enhancing company safety culture in order to create and maintain a safe workplace. Applicants must have excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills as well as the ability to engage and motivate a diverse workforce. The Safety Coordinator must have attention to detail and ability to identify hazards in residential and commercial construction.

General Requirements:

  • 5-years work experience as a safety professional or equivalent combination of work experience and education/certification in occupational safety and health
  • 2-year (Associates) or 4-year (Bachelors) degree in occupational & environmental safety management or related field is preferred
  • One or more valid credentials from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals: CSP, ASP, STS, STSC, CHST
  • 3 or more years of industry-related work experience in the State of Hawaii preferred
  • 30 hour OSHA Certification
  • First Aid/CPR Certified
  • Valid Driver’s License, State of Hawaii preferred
  • Ability to pass pre-employment physical exam and drug testing


  • Ensure compliance with company safety program and all other applicable safety, health, and environmental requirements
  • Administration of project specific safety and health programs, including security, fire protection, and substance abuse programs
  • Conduct project safety orientation of all workers and job-site supervisors
  • Identify & provide relevant training information and materials to workers and supervisors to promote occupational safety, health, and environmental protection
  • Implement tailgate/toolbox meetings, daily meetings, and huddles
  • Conduct safety, health, and environmental audits of field operations to advise on technical adequacy and compliance with applicable federal, state, local, and contractual requirements
  • Serve as a technical adviser on all project safety and health matters to the client, construction manager, general contractor, subcontractors and all project personnel
  • Procurement and maintenance of personal protective equipment and all consumable health and environmental protection supplies
  • Create/review, implement, & manage Activity Hazard Analyses/Job Hazard Analyses and Emergency Action Plans
  • Coordinate company protocols and procedures for accidents, near misses, and environmental incidents
  • Assist in the coordination of first-aid, medical, and emergency services, as appropriate, for anyone injured on the job site and assist in immediate and effective investigation
  • Coordinate the proper completion and appropriate distribution of all reporting required by law, regulation, and contract
  • Work with all parties to effectively manage claims
  • Analyze data on accidents and claims to assist in the development of preventive measures to eliminate and control hazards
  • Compile and distribute statistical reports on safety performance
  • Monitor, coordinate, and leverage the benefits of all available risk control activities of the general contractor, subcontractors, consultants, brokers, and insurance companies