Are you interested in a career that combines office work with site work? If you have a keen interest in occupational health and safety and able to make sure that the workers are working safely in a safe working environment, a career as a safety coordinator may be right for you. Being a safety coordinator, you may assess, develop, and implement safety standards for manufacturing facilities and the construction and mining sites and projects.
Becoming a safety coordinator, you may get an incredible opportunity to educate staff and personnel about various health and safety topics. Moreover, a safety coordinator career offers job availability, excellent salaries, career advancement, and leadership opportunities.
Working as a safety coordinator, typically, you may work standard weekday working hours, shift work or overtime may come after an incident or a hazardous situation has been identified. You may spend a considerable amount of your time-on-site, which may be a construction site, production facility, or anywhere depending on the industry you're working.
To become a safety coordinator, typically, you may need a diploma or a degree in occupational health or safety or a closely related field. You may also get into this career by working your way up with an employer that hires a safety coordinator or a certification course. Becoming a safety coordinator, usually, you may work in various settings, such as construction companies, manufacturing companies, municipal, government, and federal safety agencies.
Your wages depend on your level of education, experience, and the region you work. However, you may earn a lucrative amount of $49,000, which may increase with your expertise and attention to your work. Not only that, but your positive attitude towards your work may lead you to a long and successful career.