You need a qualified, experienced individual who can manage your site’s health and safety program, yet your own corporate personnel are busy with other projects. Is it necessary to hire a full-time employee for a temporary project? No. You can call us. Signature Safety will provide you with a safety professional from one of three tiers of education and experience, depending on what your project requires.

Benefits of Using a Signature Safety Manager

Why pay payroll taxes, insurance, and benefits when we can handle all that? Why deal with un-staffed vacation days and sick days, when we can make sure you’re covered? Why limit yourself to the knowledge base and resources of one individual when your site personnel have a support network of dozens of health and safety professionals? With Signature Safety, you don’t have to.

Leave the payroll taxes, insurance, and benefits to us

Get highly knowledgeable, trained, and experienced professionals, ready to work

Flexible assignments from a few days to a few years

Scale-up for specific projects

Cover staff outages, vacations, and leave times

Get the knowledge base of a team of experts for the price of one person


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“We have turned to Signature Safety for site safety professionals for approximately ten years, when our EMR was increasing slightly. With that concern, we needed in-field safety support. Not only has Signature provided strong personnel, but the support they provide in the field has helped substantially reduce our EMR. In addition, their management support and responsiveness is unparalleled in such a fast-paced and ever-changing industry.”

Eric Berkowsy, VP Berkowsky & Associates, Inc.

“I have found Signature Safety to be a knowledgeable, versatile group of safety professionals. They have provided me well-qualified people whenever I needed them. I look forward to continuing our relationship in the future.”

Dawn Clark, Health, Safety, & Environmental Manager Jones Lang LaSalle

“Signature Safety provided a professional safety manager and electrical training for Genesis Engineers for the North American headquarters for a major pharmaceutical company. Signature Safety personnel were professional, knowledgeable and very personable. I look forward to working with Signature Safety in the future.”

Ken Brydges, Safety Director Genesis Engineers

“I have worked with Signature Safety for almost four years now. The personnel at Signature Safety are the true definition of a “Safety Professional.” Their knowledge and customer service skills are the standards others should be judged by.”

Jim Stephens, Director Corporate Safety BlueLine Rental

“I have known John Braun for several years as a work colleague and trusted professional safety consultant. Phelps Construction Group has used Signature Safety as our third-party safety consultant since their inception. While we manage our own safety program, Signature Safety has been a vital partner in performing project safety audits, attending our company safety committee meetings, and providing frequent training for our employees. Our employees look at Signature Safety as an extension of our company. I have referred Signature Safety to many of our industry trade partners and will continue to do so.”

Jeffrey S. Rainforth, Phelps Construction Group

What A Signature Safety Manager Can Do For You

  • Ensure compliance with OSHA, owner, and city/state safety requirements
  • Prepare job and task hazard analyses or other required documents
  • Conduct regular field inspections or work activities
  • Perform daily safety briefings
  • Ensure proper use of PPE
  • Hold daily/weekly safety meetings
  • Assist with permitting procedures & preparation
  • Ensure Competent Persons designations are in order

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Interested in Joining our Network?

Signature Safety is always looking to add quality safety professionals to our team. OSHA 30 and relevant field experience are the minimum requirements. OSHA 510 and/or BCSP certifications such as the STS-C, CHST, and CSP are beneficial as they are often required by our clients. We are looking for safety professionals with excellent communication skills who want to help coach companies and their workers, not police them.

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