Camber Corporation Safety Operations Specialist - 15481 in Camp Arifjan, Kuwait


Safety Operations Specialist


  • The selected applicants will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

  • Active secret security clearance.

  • Minimum of five years’ safety management experience.

  • Must have appropriate Safety, Occupational Health and Environmental (SOHE) compliance.

  • Knowledge of Federal laws, regulations, policies, and procedures relative to SOHE as they apply to communications facilities and systems.

  • Experience administering, evaluating, and reviewing overall safety and occupational health program elements.

  • Experience developing safety and occupational health standards, regulations, practices, or procedures to eliminate or control potential hazards

  • Proficient in reporting and investigating accidents and incidents

  • Experience with designing or modifying workplaces, facilities, processes, products or other systems to control or eliminate hazards.

  • Experience reviewing technical procedures, schematics, engineering drawings plans, and inspection and audit reports and providing comments. Physically capable of performing required safety tasks in assigned areas or facilities.

  • Experience planning and conducting required safety and occupational health training.


  • Support the Government in managing the safety and occupational health services for the Brigade, performing duties related to, developing (for Government review), administering, and assessing (for Government review) an integrated Safety and Occupational Health Program for all assigned personnel at diverse locations.

  • Responsible for receiving and responding to both general and technical queries from the field and Headquarters (HQ) NETCOM Safety Office. Specific areas include industrial safety, telecommunication safety, risk management, hazard communication, occupational health, environmental safety, ammunition storage, ergonomics, fire prevention, force protection, facility system safety, and motor vehicle safety.Provide and support required safety and occupational health, and force protection (emergency preparedness) training for all personnel.

  • Assist in sustainment of an integrated safety and occupational health program, which shall comply with all the safety and occupational health requirements, regulations, and directives to include hazardous materials.

  • Assist with the, review, analyze and submit all accidents, incidents, and injuries to assigned personnel (military, DA civilians (DACs) and contractor employees), equipment and facilities in accordance with regulatory requirements IAW NETCOM Reg 385-1, AR 385-10, AR 385-40, and AR 735-5.

  • Perform safety surveys/reviews of work areas, facilities, equipment and systems and to identify and correct safety and health hazards. The Contractor shall provide surveys/reviews and recommendations for corrections to safety professionals (160th Signal Brigade and NETCOM) with a final copy submitted to the COR.

  • Maintain reports and records on accidents, safety reviews/surveys, and any internal or external inspections, audits, and investigations in accordance with applicable regulations. Provide this information upon request to the Government.

  • Perform reviews or assessments of fire protection and fire prevention for facilities, equipment and personnel Provide review or assessments to safety professionals (160th and NETCOM) with a final copy submitted to the COR.

  • Coordinate and support functional safety councils at appropriate organizational levels.

  • Disseminate safety information within various organizational elements received from HQ NETCOM Safety Office, other command safety offices and other sources.

  • Facilitate the integration of the risk management process within appropriate organizational element activities.

  • Coordinate with other staff elements to ensure appropriate safety requirements incorporated into unit Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), programs, projects or procurement actions. Provide a copy of either an assessment or recommendations to safety professionals (160th or NETCOM) with a final copy submitted to the COR.

  • Conduct required safety training for all assigned personnel and assess its effectiveness. Conduct refresher training for Additional Duty Safety Officers (ADSO) to ensure ADSOs stay compliant with US Army standards. Document all training and retain records for review upon request by the Government.

  • Support emergency preparedness and contingency planning for force protection.

  • Monitor a medical surveillance program, to include training in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), first aid and emergency response.Develop methods, for Government review and approval, to encourage assigned personnel reports of hazardous conditions or close calls and analyze for recommendations to abate hazard.Serve as the technical representative for hazardous material, environmental considerations and maintenance of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).Prepare procedures Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) compliance as required for safety professional (160th and NETCOM) review, with a final copy submitted to the COR.

  • Monitor and analyze trends of occupational injuries and illness, workplace, facility and equipment review results. Provide assessment report and recommendations to reduce potential trends causes to the COR and safety professionals (160th and NETCOM).

  • Coordinate and consult with NETCOM Safety Office on safety and occupational health matters.

  • Prepare and deliver briefs regarding safety issues during Brigade meetings as required (i.e. staff meetings, syncs, huddles, etc.).

About Us

Camber is now part of the Integrated Mission Solutions Group of Huntington Ingalls Industries Technical Solutions Division.

Camber Corporation employs a diverse mix of skilled professionals who apply their knowledge and experience to creating innovative new solutions for a variety of Government, commercial, and international customers.

Founded as an 8(a) company in 1990, Camber Corporation’s management had the entrepreneurial vision to recognize how existing and emerging technologies could help solve long-standing as well as newly identified problems in the public sector market.

Camber’s initial success with our first customers brought additional work resulting in the hiring of energetic and creative new employees. Within five years, Camber was named to Inc. ’s list of fastest growing companies in the United States (1995, 1996) specializing in: Aviation Sensors and Simulations; Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) research and development; training and logistical support; project management using Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS); training; and information technology support.

Camber graduated from its 8(a) status in 1998 and has continued to add highly specialized capabilities to its portfolio of services to include: Agile Software Engineering & IT; All Hazards; Modeling, Simulation and Training; Unmanned Systems, Intelligence Analysis and Operations; and Engineering and Management. We are accredited in national and international standards, including ISO 9001:2008, ISO 20000, and CMMI ML-3, and use these standards to ensure our services and products are consistent and of the highest quality.

Camber Corporation is headquartered in Huntsville, AL with a major workforce concentration in the Washington D.C. / National Capital Region and other locations in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Camber Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE/AA Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled