Safety Inspector - Ft. Hood, TX
- 5 years minimum working as an Aviation Safety Officer at Battalion/Squadron or higher level.
- Provide On-Site Safety Inspector to cover the hours of operation to include some weekends.
- Comply with AR 95-20 on flight and safety operations
- Comply with safety-of-flight messages and other messages (non-routine) involving maintenance activities within the scope of the performance work statement for those aircraft on maintenance request to the contractor
- Provide oversight in ensuring that aircraft are secure while outdoors with aircraft tie-downs, with the windows and doors closed IAW the MDS and platform specific technical documents with the aircraft is not actually being repaired by contractor personnel
- Develop, document and implement a Foreign Object Elimination (FOE) and Foreign Object Detection (FOD) program IAW AR 95-20
- Provide reports for accidents, incidents, and violations
- The ability to review and understand all quality management instructions relating to safety and maintenance programs. The contractor shall also participate in the annual updates for all quality management instructions
- Establish and maintain a safe and healthy workplace at each work site, free of hazards to life and property
- Comply with safety regulatory guidance including those as detailed in Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) instructions
- Provide safety training to contractor personnel, to include: traffic safety; prevention of motor vehicle accidents; vehicular movement of troops; storage of arms, ammunition, and explosives (AAE); defensive driving; accident reporting; and handling of hazardous material (HAZMAT)
- Comply with safety requirements in and report mishap and crash/fire rescue IAW DA PAM 385-90, DA PAM 384-40, DA Form 2397 series and AR 385-10.
- Prepare a report on equipment and facilities shortfalls or substandard tooling/facilities that may affect operational concerns or that could delay performance
- Coordinate with the COR to make safety items available at all times for contractor work sites
- Comply with the provisions of Fort Hood Fire Regulation 420-1 in performing the inspection, weighing, and maintenance of fire extinguishers provided to include fire extinguisher delivery to and pick-up of from the exchange point
- Maintain bulletin boards with safety and security information posted IAW OSHA and AR 385-10 at contractor inhabited maintenance facilities
- Validate that the FARP is ready for inspection by the Government Safety Inspector
- Climb fuel tankers to conduct safety inspections
- Climb up and around the AH-64 and CH-47 aircraft associated with the training program
- Crawling may be required when conducting safety and inspections during operational or crash safety internal investigations.
- Graduate of the U.S. Military Service, resident, Aviation Safety Officer Course.
- H.S. Graduate
Kord Technologies offers a positive and friendly atmosphere with opportunities for advancement and personal growth. Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include 401(k), medical, dental, life, vision, tuition reimbursement, STD and LTD insurance.
Kord Technologies is an equal opportunity employer including but not limited to EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled employer.
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