Sr. Electrical EH&S Specialist
Posted on 9/3/2023
TAE Technologies

201-500 employees

Fusion energy company
Lake Forest, CA, USA
Experience Level
Electrical Engineering
  • Have 6 yrs. experience in Electrical Safety and knowledge of associated safety standards (Cal-OSHA, NFPA 70E)
  • SME level knowledge in electrical safety and NFPA 70E
  • High voltage electrical safety experience required
  • Ability to understand and interpret system one-line drawings and operation of electrical equipment and testing devices
  • Microsoft Office Suite experience required- Word, Excel, Outlook and open to learning new software and systems
  • Climbing
  • Operating heavy equipment
  • Driving
  • Stooping/Bending
  • Pushing/pulling/dragging heavy items
  • Balancing in high places
  • Standing for long periods of time
  • Working in cramped places
  • Working outside or underground
  • Generous benefits such as Medical, Dental, Vision, 401 (K) with company match, paid vacation + sick time, companywide December holiday, wellness program (for full-time employees)
  • Payment rewards: For referring talent, novel research, and patents
  • A collaborative environment: An organization where talents and interests can plug in to different groups throughout the organization
  • Potential for equity participation
  • HQ in Southern California
  • Employee events on and off-site
  • A commitment to upholding and growing an inclusive organization
  • Assist teams and leadership with their implementation of safety controls associated with electrical work hazards including field review/validation, and process development of electrical work protections and in field safety observations
  • Consult on electrical safety topics and issues using industry best practices and standards not limited to Cal-OSHA, NEC (NFPA 70), and NFPA 70E (preferred knowledge in NFPA 70E's R&D and Capacitors article 350 & 360, NSF, California Building Code, California Fire Code)
  • Review lock-out/tag-out procedures, protection plans, and personal protective equipment for associated electrical work scopes and their application to help classify/prevent exposure to hazards related to electrocution, electric shock, burns, equipment damage or electrical fires
  • Support company Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) program
  • Maintain knowledge of changes to NFPA 70E and electrical safety regulations
  • Act as company Subject Matter Expert (SME) for electrical safety and NFPA 70E compliance, partner and work close with leadership & employees of different electrical teams
  • Answer electrical safety questions and perform program presentations
  • Maintain the company's electrical safety procedure(s) to maintain compliance with regulations
  • Attend design review and/or planning meetings, and consult on engineering solutions, safe practices or requirements related to employee electrical exposure and risk reduction
  • Conduct audits and reviews of electrical equipment, installations and facilities to verify compliance with NFPA 70E
  • Thorough understanding of Arc Flash Analysis protocols and concepts, able to confirm or perform calculations as needed for verification
  • Develop and/or conduct electrical training as needed to maintain level of knowledge for electrical workers, basic and advanced
  • Act as Safety liaison and promote company safety efforts
  • Assist with Pre-job assessments as needed for major electrical projects
  • Lead or assist with conducting general safety audits and incident investigations as needed
  • Provide professional development for Safety Team as needed
  • Perform other assigned safety functions as needed/required to help support TAE and its EHS programs
  • Work as part of a project team to provide deliverables and meet goals
  • Learn new software to help develop/improve paperless safety workflows/processes