Silver Bay Seafoods

Safety Coordinator



The Plant Safety Coordinator will be responsible for managing the plant’s safety program, overseeing the safety of all plant personnel, promoting safe work methods and compliance with safety regulations in remote or semi-remote locations at salmon processing plants in Alaska. The PSC will provide first aid treatment and respond to medical issues and emergencies. The PSC will coordinate and supervise all safety related activities for the plant’s production, construction, maintenance, and repair activities. The PSC will maintain all safety related records in a timely and accurate manner to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations. The position will report directly to the Plant Manager. Corporate support will be provided by the Director of Safety.  


Role & Responsibilities

  • Main support person for the plant manager in safety program implementation
  • Ensures site information is complete and current and on-site safety program activities are documented
  • Identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices in the workplace and report to the plant manager
  • Document and conduct safety training for new employee orientations and annual required programs
  • Schedule safety meeting times, document minutes
  • Document all incidents and near misses
  • PSM committee member and scribe
  • Assist HR Generalist in conducting annual noise survey and employee hearing tests
  • Conduct an annual chemical physical inventory and audit SDSs
  • Assist HR Generalist in the maintenance of OSHA logs and posts OSHA 300A form in accordance with regulations
  • Notify management of OSHA visits, accompanies OSHA inspector, attends opening and closing conferences, documents the inspection and conferences including photos
  • Document annual emergency evacuation drill and any/all follow up
  • Other duties as assigned

Scheduled Tasks * All tasks will be regularly reviewed by Director of Safety

  • Routine facility walk arounds – at least every 2 hours while in production
  • Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Annual Checklists
  • Attend daily production morning meetings and update group on safety items, as needed.
  • Daily Plant Manager Inspection Report and Follow up – Plant Manager signed
  • Preseason orientations and supplemental training as needed
  • Safety committee meetings



  • Must be able to work from mid/late June to early/mid September
  • Must be able to work very long hours (up to 12-18 hours a day, 6-7 days a week) in cold, wet and humid conditions
  • Must be able to work well in close proximity with others
  • General use of Microsoft office including
    • Word
    • Excel
    • Sharepoint
    • Outlook
  • Valid driver’s license
  • First aid certification
  • OSHA 10 hour general industry training – preferred


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