Safety Manager Jobs in Fresno, CA

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Tutor Perini Corporation - Fresno, CA
Certification as a Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST), OSHA 30-hour Construction training card. Valid California driver's license. First Aid/CPR/AED certified....
45+ days ago
McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. - Fresno, CA
Key Responsibilities Monitor and discuss safety programs and efforts with on-site subcontractors and McCarthy employees, ensuring safety is part of our culture and that all new hires have proper...
90+ days ago

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Safety Manager Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Road Traffic Safety in Automotive Engineering
Engineers in the automotive industry are required to understand basic safety concepts. With increasing worldwide efforts to develop connected and self-driving vehicles, traffic safety is facing...

Management and Leadership: Growing as a Manager
Understand the foundations of management and leadership

This online course will provide an introduction to the foundation skills and knowledge you need when becoming a manager.

It has...


Introduction to Data Analytics for Managers
Through a combination of lectures, business case studies, and hands-on learning this course provides an introduction to data analytics techniques and their application in business. The case...

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