Maine Drilling & Blasting

  • Pre-Blast Specialist - Safety Dept. - Auburn NH

    Job Locations US-NH-Auburn
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Accountability for compliance with regulatory agencies, pre-blast surveys and public relations, loss control and investigation of accident and property damage.


    Monitor and assure compliance with company safety policies

    • Monitor and assure compliance with local, state and federal regulatory requirements
    • Coordinate, promote and conduct all regional public relations and public safety education activities
    • Responsible for performing required pre-blast surveys of local homes, businesses, private and public properties.
    • Responsible for claims investigation activities
    • Represents the company relative to claims negotiations to minimize loss
    • Assist with safety programs & safety training as required



    • Assist with monthly company wide safety meetings and other Safety related meetings
    • Represent Maine Drilling & Blasting at public meetings
    • Assist with the Company's Annual Safety Training



    • MSHA/OSHA knowledge and/or certification
    • Solid understanding of insurance practices relative to claims and loss handling
    • Claims adjusting education and experience desired.
    • Written and oral communications skills
    • Computer literacy/spreadsheet knowledge
    • Public Speaking experience
    • Self-starter with hands-on experience
    • Out of town/overnight travel required


    Job Requirements

    • Ability to perform essential functions of the position
    • Ability to lift 50-75 lbs. 15% of the time
    • Work on uneven and loose surfaces in varying weather conditions or environments
    • Stooping and bending 15% of the time



    Position will assist with Company safety programs and assisting with safety training requirements and the incumbent must be proficient in public relations.


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