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Company Code Red Safety Position Branch / Operations Manager Location Beaumont, TX Code Red Safety is a fast-growing, privately held company established in 1994. With offices in Chicago, St. Louis, MO, Houston, TX, Beaumont, TX, Sulphur, LA, Lake Charles, LA and Pleasanton, TX, Code Red Safety specializes in delivering safety equipment and services to industrial plants and contractors all across t...
Company Code Red Safety Position Trainer Location Midland / Odessa, TX Code Red Safety is a fast-growing, privately held company established in 1994 with Headquarters in Hammond, Indiana. Code Red Safety is a full service industrial safety company specializing in placing safety professionals into large commercial and industrial construction projects all across the country. Additionally, Code Red S...
Code Red Safety is a full service industrial safety company based in Hammond, Indiana with eight offices nationwide. We are currently looking to staff a full time ES&H Director. Job Purpose: Maintains safe and healthful environment by identifying and anticipating concerns and hazards; developing and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures. Duties: *Lead and/or coordinate the continuous improve...
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