Opening for Deputy / Assistant Safety & Health Manager

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At LTA, we don’t just build trains and roads – we build connections, as we transform the way people travel. Discover your best fit with roles here as diverse as the talented individuals that fill them.

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Transport, which spearheads land transport developments in Singapore. As the agency responsible for planning, designing, building and maintaining Singapore’s land transport infrastructure and systems, we aim to bring about a greener and more inclusive public transport system, complemented by convenient options to walk and cycle from their homes or to their destinations. We leverage technology to strengthen our rail and bus infrastructure and provide exciting options for future land transport.

Deputy / Assistant Safety & Health Manager

At LTA, safety is our top priority. We value the safety and health of our staff and the people who work alongside us.

As a Deputy / Assistant Safety & Health Manager, you will provide specialist advice on workplace safety and health issues relating to LTA Construction Projects and play a key role in our drive for a Zero Accident target. To improve site safety performance, you will conduct site safety audits/inspections/enforcements, corporate safety training sessions and organise corporate safety health promotional events (e.g. Safety forums, Corporate safety retreats). You will also participate in the Project Safety Review (similar to the Design for Safety requirements) and contribute articles on workplace safety and health for our in-house publications.

To achieve the Zero Accident target, you will develop corporate safety strategies based on data analytics of past near-miss/incident/accidents records. You will also conduct research to gather insights on the latest developments in the area of Safety and Health and new construction technologies.

You should have:
• Tertiary qualification, preferably in Science or Engineering
• At least 3 years of validated experience in construction safety, preferably in mega or large scale construction projects as a registered Workplace Safety and Health Officer 
• Excellent presentation skills
• Good communication and interpersonal skills
• Practical experience in BIM module will be an added advantage