Outsourcing

Outsourcing

Dynamic Safety offering ESH Outsourcing Services such as Full time / Part time safety , Quality & Environmental professionals who are qualified with recognised certificates & services.

The Professionals Are,

WSH Manager

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is the WSH Manager?

In Singapore, WSH Managers are regulated by the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Act regulations. WSH Managers are needed in Shipyards, factories in which building constructions, Engineering works, Oil & Gas and Chemical products, and all Manufacturing companies also carried out more than 100 employees.

WSH Manager Responsibilities:

  • Develop and execute health and safety plans in the workplace according to legal guidelines.
  • Prepare and enforce policies to establish a culture of health and safety.
  • Evaluate practices, procedures, and facilities to assess risk and adherence to the law.
  • Conduct training and presentations for health and safety matters and accident prevention.
  • Monitor compliance with policies and laws by inspecting employees and operations.
  • Inspect equipment and machinery to observe possible unsafe conditions.
  • Investigate accidents/incidents to discover causes and handle worker’s compensation claims.
  • Recommend solutions to issues, improvement opportunities or new prevention measures.
  • Report on health and safety awareness, issues and statistics.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid cost for job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Workplace Safety and Health Officer (WSHO)

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is Workplace Safety and Health Officer (WSHO)?

A Workplace Safety & Health Officer (WSHO) is a safety professional who has a fundamental knowledge of, and experience in, occupational safety, health, and the environment.

In Singapore, under WSHOs are regulated by the Workplace Safety and Health (Workplace Safety and Health Officers) Regulations, have to be appointed in shipyards, factories used for processing petroleum or petroleum products, factories in which building operations or works of engineering construction of a contract sum of S$10 million or more are carried out and any other factories in which 100 or more persons are employed.

In order to be a WSHO, one must initially have successfully completed a training course to equip himself/herself to be a WSHO and have at least 2 years of practical experience relevant to the work to be performed by a WSHO in Singapore.

WSHO Responsibilities:

  • Analyze data on Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) performance, conditions and practices.
  • Conduct WSH incident and accident investigations.
  • Evaluate WSH's non-compliance, unsafe work conditions and practices to identify WSH performance gaps.
  • Highlight barriers in complying with WSH policy and procedure.
  • Identify areas for improvement in the WSHMS.
  • Implement the Workplace Safety and Health Management System (WSHMS) and Risk Management (RM) plans within the scope of own work.
  • Maintain WSHMS documentation.
  • Monitor the implementation progress of recommended WSHMS improvements.
  • Propose corrective and preventive measures to address the root cause of the incident.
  • Review investigation findings to identify causes of incidents and accidents.
  • Support Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) policy and procedure implementation.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid cost for job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Coordinator

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Coordinator?

Safety Coordinators are responsible for planning, implementing and overseeing the company's employee safety at work. Their main duty is to ensure that the company is in compliance with Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) guidelines to reduce work-related injuries.

WSH Coordinator Responsibilities:

  • Plan and implement OHS policies and programs
  • Advise and lead employees on various safety-related topics
  • Prepare educational seminars and webinars on a regular basis
  • Review existing policies and procedures  
  • Conduct risk assessment
  • Enforce preventative measures
  • Check if all the employees are acting in adherence to rules and regulations
  • Prepare and present reports on accidents and determine causes
  • Oversee workplace repair, installations and any other work that could harm employees' safety

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Environmental Control Officers (ECO)

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is the Environmental Control Officer (ECO)?

          Environmental Control Officer (ECO) is basically to look out for conditions/situations in construction sites that cause environmental health problems. He should report these conditions/situations to the contractor together with recommendations on remedial measures to be taken to prevent a recurrence.

          All qualified Environmental Control Officer (ECO)’s are required to register with NEA before they can start work. As per the code of practice, construction sites are required to employ either a part-time or full-time ECO depending on the contract sum of the construction works as per below.

          Exceed $10 million but not exceeding $50 million – Part-Time ECO
          Exceed $50 million – Full-Time ECO

ECO Responsibilities:

  • disease-bearing insects and rodents
  • proper disposal of construction waste/marine clay
  • noise, air and dust pollution
  • earth littering
  • siltation of drains
  • food hygiene in canteens
  • any other environmental health matters

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Fire Safety Managers (FSM)

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is Fire Safety Manager (FSM)?

          A person employed to monitor and control management of fire safety with specific reference to controlling the risk from fire to people, property and the environment.

A Fire Safety Manager (FSM) for both commercial buildings and industrial premises. You will be exposed to the procedure adopted in running a fire command center, the use of detection, protection and control systems, fire investigation and formulation of an Emergency Response Plan (ERP).

Fire Safety Manager (FSM) Responsibilities:

  • supervise the maintenance of all fire safety works in the workplace
  • conduct daily checks within the premises and remove or cause to be removed any fire hazard that is found within the workplace
  • prepare and execute the Emergency Response Plan
  • prepare fire safety guidebooks
  • train, coordinate and supervise the Company Emergency Response Team for the premises in first-aid, fire-fighting and evacuation in the event of a fire or other related emergencies
  • co-ordinate and supervise the occupants within the premises in firefighting and in evacuation in the event of a fire or other related emergencies
  • Organize campaigns, training courses, competitions, contests and other activities that will develop and maintain the interest of the occupants within the premises in establishing a fire-safe environment.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Lifting Supervisor

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is Lifting Supervisor?

Lifting supervisors appointed for tower or mobile cranes at the worksites must complete the Lifting Supervisors Safety Course conducted by an accredited training provider. They must also have relevant experience in lifting operations for at least one year.

Lifting Supervisor Responsibilities:

  • coordinating and supervising all lifting activities in accordance with the Lifting Plan;
  • briefing all lifting team members (i.e., crane operators, riggers and signalmen) on the Lifting Plan, risk control measure and safe lifting procedure before the commencement of any lifting operation;
  • ensuring that only registered crane operators, appointed riggers and appointed signalmen to participate in any lifting operation involving the use of mobile and tower cranes;
  • ensuring that the ground conditions are safe for any lifting operation to be performed by mobile cranes;
  • be present during all lifting operations; and
  • if unsafe conditions are reported to him, to take suitable measures to rectify the conditions so that the lifting operation can be conducted safely

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Scaffold Supervisor

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is the Scaffold Supervisor?

          Our scaffolding supervisor service provides you with an experienced scaffolder with a vast knowledge of industrial projects. Our expert supervisor is there to advise both trade leads and scaffolding operatives, they will assume responsibility for the assigned scaffolding project and be the go-to person between the client and contractor.

They ensuring that all team members have a thorough understanding of risk assessments, method statements, and rescue.

Scaffold Supervisor Responsibilities:

  • Promote HSE initiatives during the construction phase to keep people mobilized and safety-minded
  • Ensure that the work is performed safely in compliance with our client's HSE standards/requirements and objectives.
  • Supervise all Scaffolding & Access related activities in Yard.
  • Co-ordinate with production internal departments to ensure scaffolding work as per priorities & avoid rework/replication of scaffolding.
  • Prepare & Monitor resource planning for Scaffolding & access related in Yard with respect to all projects.
  • Troubleshoot technical problems that may affect the construction and liaise with the construction/engineering team for the resolution by providing scaffolding and temporary works design schemes.
  • Analyzing the integrity of scaffolding and temporary works structures.
  • To perform other activities or tasks that may be assigned from time to time by the management

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Rigger cum Signalman

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is Rigger cum signalman?

The Rigger and Signalman aimed at providing individuals with the knowledge and skills to prepare and to tie the load for safe lifting by any form of lifting equipment using correct and clear signals to guide the crane operator in the care of a load safely to its destination. This is a mandatory course in line with Workplace Safety and Health (Operation of Cranes) Regulations for individuals who are assigned to carry out the lifting operation of load involving a mobile crane or tower crane.

Rigger cum signalman Responsibilities:

  • Check slings
  • Check load
  • Check lifting gears
  • Ensure load lifted is safe and balanced
  • Ensure loose loads are secured
  • Report defective lifting gear to Lifting Supervisor
  • Use paddings on the load edges
  • Check load is properly rigged
  • Give correct crane hand signals

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Noise Monitoring Officer

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is Noise Monitoring Officer?

 The Noise Monitoring Officer, monitoring the Sound level of the workplace. Sound Level meters are simple and easy to operate.

Identification of noise hazard in a workplace enables employers to identify employees who may be exposed to excessive noise so that their exposures can be assessed. Hazard identification should involve participation of the affected employees and those who understand the works, operations or processes and have knowledge of the work situation.

By investing in monitoring solutions, preventing employees from developing hearing issues and suffering long-term effects as a result of working conditions.

Noise Monitoring Officer Responsibilities:

  • prepare a noise report
  • collate information on noise and help provide information and training to workers
  • monitor a worker’s exposure to noise (noise dosimetry)
  • Propose engineering and administrative measures to control noise.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Noise Control Officer

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is Noise Control Officer?

Noise Control Officer (NCO) means an employee of a local, county or regional health agency which is certified to the County Environmental Health Act to perform noise enforcement activities or an employee of a municipality with a Department-approved model noise control ordinance.

The Noise Control Officer or Noise Control Investigator shall have the option to approve any reasonable request for an extension (not to exceed 180 days)

The violator may request from the Noise Control Officer or Noise Control Investigator, an extension of the compliance deadline in the enforcement action.

Noise Control Officer Responsibilities:

  • Conduct, or cause to be conducted, research, monitoring and other studies related to sound.
  • Conduct programs or public education related to causes, effects, and methods to abate and control noise.
  • Encourage the participation of public interest groups in such public information efforts.
  • Cooperate with all appropriate state and federal agencies.
  • Draft needed noise control regulations.
  • Recommend entering into contracts with the approval of the city council for providing technical and enforcement services.
  • Review public and private projects and advise whether such projects are likely to cause violations of this chapter.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Confined Space Safety Assessor

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is a Confined Space Safety Assessor?

A confined space safety assessor is a safety assessor appointed under the regulation of the WSH (Confined Spaces) Regulations.

A Confined Space Safety Assessor monitors entering and working in a confined space and maintain regular visual and or verbal contact with the entrants in the confined space.

Confined Space Safety Assessor Responsibilities:

  • ensuring that entrants and confined space attendants are briefed on the safety and health precautions to take prior to confined space entry and work;
  • authorizing entry into confined spaces;
  • ensuring that entrants and confined space attendants adhere to entry procedures;
  • rescue equipment and appointed rescue personnel are available when confined space work is to be carried out;
  • implementing control and preventive measures to manage all identified hazards are implemented;
  • applying for the entry permit and have it endorsed by the Authorized Manager before commencement of confined space work;
  • Terminating the entry permit after completion of work.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Working at Height Manager

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is working at Height Manager?

            Manager Provides detailed knowledge of the requirements of the Work at Height Regulations to give an understanding of the different working methods appropriate for different types of work. Also, give detailed information on how to implement a safe system of work for work at height.

Working at Height Manager Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that employees performing work at heights meet current training requirements and have the skills necessary to perform the work.
  • Understand the scope and hazards associated with the work to be performed.
  • Resource the team’s fall protection solution needs.
  • Ensure that the hierarchy of controls is applied when evaluating work at heights
  • Ensure fall arrest is used only when all other options have been exhausted.
  • Ensure that a prompt rescue is planned for and resourced for all work when the risk of a fall is present.
  • Stop any work that is being performed in an unsafe manner.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Driver Classes 3/4/Voc

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is Drivers Class 3/4/ Voc?

A class 3 license is for driving a property-carrying truck with 3 axles. A mechanic might have a class 3 license so he can test drive a bobtail tractor.

A Class 4 (professional) license allows you to operate a taxi, ambulance, or bus (including a school or kindergarten bus) that seats fewer than 25 people, including the driver.

Driver Class 3/4/Voc Responsibilities:

  • Map out driving routes ahead of time to determine the most expedient trip
  • Pick up clients from the place and at the time they’ve requested
  • Collect payments and issue receipts
  • Assist clients with loading and unloading their luggage
  • Listen to traffic and weather reports to stay up-to-date on road conditions
  • Adjust the route to avoid heavy traffic or road constructions, as needed
  • Answer clients’ questions about the area and local places of interest
  • Ensure the car seats are clean and comfortable for all riders
  • Schedule regular car service appointments and report any issues
  • Book car wash and detailing services to maintain interior and exterior cleanliness of the car.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Managing Agent

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

What is a managing agent?

A managing agent is a person or company appointed by the freeholder of a property, or a management company, to manage that property.

The managing agent contracts with the freeholder, or Management Company, to manage the property in accordance with the terms of the lease and statutory requirements.

The managing agent is only an agent of the freeholder therefore legal responsibility for the full and proper management of the property remains with the freeholder or the management company.

Managing Agent Responsibilities:

  • Collecting rent and service charges and taking steps to recover any unpaid amounts.
  • Adequately insuring the property and attending to any insurance claims.
  • Ensuring the property is kept in good repair.
  • Liaising with tenants generally, including ensuring any tenant's covenants are enforced.
  • Keeping up-to-date records (including budget reports of cash flow and income and expenditure).

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Facility Manager

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is Facility Manager?

Facilities managers are accountable for services such as cleaning, security, and parking, to make sure the surrounding environment is in a suitable condition to work. They also manage any building maintenance with things like heating and air conditioning, to maintain the working environment.

Facilities managers are expected to work around 40 hours a week typically from 9 am until 5 pm. However, in some cases, expected to work extra hours, this may be when there is an emergency that needs to be dealt with urgently.

Facility Managers Responsibilities:

  • Facility managers will need to complete daily inspections and communicate directly with decision-makers.
  • Facility managers will generally be involved in anything that breaches the safety, security, or usability of their facilities.
  • Facility managers will need to project future requirements regarding the company and will need to work closely with decision-makers to determine the best upgrade paths for equipment and infrastructure.
  • Facilities managers will also need to plan ahead for any necessary replacements and repairs, scheduling necessary maintenance and management tasks during the times that are least likely to disrupt the business and its employees.
  • Facilities managers often work very closely with vendors to ensure that the companies are maximizing their resources.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Facility Supervisor

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is the Facility Supervisor?

          Facility maintenance supervisors are responsible for inspecting buildings to identify maintenance issues, such as clogged drains, leaky ceilings, and faulty electrical switches. They report them and create work assignments for the staff.

Supervisors perform human resource duties such as hiring, training, promoting and dismissing staff. They also motivate employees, resolve disputes and conduct performance evaluations. Administrative duties include creating periodic reports, such as work schedules, employee payroll, and budget planning.

Supervisors also maintain inventory, such as cleaning supplies, tools and office supplies.

Facility Supervisors Responsibilities:

  • Implement regular inspection in all facilities areas within the campus for recreational purposes to ensure activities are conducted safely and appropriately.
  • Execute open, close, and secure facilities at mentioned times and check for safety and maintenance concerns.
  • Educate and guide participants and student staff, and ensure to enforce and comply with all established policies and procedures.
  • Develop all activity sites with necessary materials for efficient, safe, and service-oriented events.
  • Compile hourly user statistics and prepare all staff reports, facility issues, participant concerns, injuries, and incidents.
  • Schedule material handlers hours based on the volume of activity to meet company standards and ensure customer fulfillment.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Facility Technician – Electrical, ACMV, Plumbing & Fire protection

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is a Facility Technician?

Facilities Technicians are responsible for the operation and maintenance of manufacturing buildings and equipment. They monitor operations daily. They oversee systems that include heating, lighting, refrigeration, air conditioning, plumbing, water purification, air filtering, and electrical systems.

Facilities Technician must be able to understand, recommend and install new systems. They may provide and add corrections to Standard Operating Procedures and assist engineers in evaluating new equipment or technology. They replace equipment and components as necessary. Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Procedures (GMPs) and major trades, such as carpentry, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC, refrigeration, is required.

Facility Technicians Responsibilities:

  • Perform ongoing preventive maintenance and repair work on facility mechanical, electrical, and other installed systems
  • Maintain, operate all HVAC systems and associated equipment, electrical equipment, plumbing systems, building management system, and building repairs
  • Perform facility inspections and report on the condition affecting operations
  • Monitor and supervise HVAC preventive Maintenance contracts
  • Respond to emergencies
  • Prepare and submit summary reports of conditions in buildings and recommendations Comply with all safety procedures and requirements
  • Maintain compliance to City, Country, State ordinances and codes

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.

Help Desk Support Technicians

The burden of EHS compliance is one, which is best shared with a qualified consultant. When you are hiring Dynamic Safety. When you will be hiring a team of experts, each member usually has their own area of expertise and as a group, they work cohesively to accomplish your companies EHS goals and objectives.

Our professionals can help your company to establish these goals and objectives in the first place. Then, they will assist you in initiating appropriate, results-driven directives which will lead to success.

Who is a Help Desk Support Technician?

Help desk technicians are vital to the IT workforce, as they keep the technologies that organizations rely on to do business up-to-date and running smoothly.

Help desk technicians provide technical support and troubleshooting services to end-users who need assistance with their computer hardware or software. There are two chief types of help desk technicians: In-house and Remote.

 Remote help desk technicians support technology customers via phone, online and occasionally on-site. In-house technicians only provide support for internal employees.

Help Desk Support Technicians Responsibilities:

  • Diagnose computer errors and provide technical support.
  • Troubleshoot software, hardware, and network issues.
  • Train end-users on how to set up and use new technologies.
  • Backup and restore an organization's data files and systems.
  • Install, configure and upgrade PC software and operating systems.
  • Clean and repair computer hardware, such as keyboards and printers.
  • Remote IT help desk technicians provide technical support over the phone or Web.
  • Remote help desk technicians often use specialized help desk support software to take control of end-users' computers to troubleshoot, diagnose and resolve complex issues.

How Dynamic Safety can help you?

  • Dynamic Safety provides Selected Professionals with Expertise in their field.
  • Immediate Availability of selected professional’s persons.
  • Our WSH professionals have experience relevant to all major commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
  • Covering your temporary staff absence.
  • Avoid the cost of job advertising.
  • Adding expertise to your existing staff.