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					CS-214                                                                                      1. Position Code
REV 1/2006
                                                        State of Michigan
                                                    Department of Civil Service
                                                Capitol Commons Center, P.O. Box 30002
                                                          Lansing, MI 48909
Federal privacy laws and/or state
confidentiality requirements protect            POSITIO N DESCRI PT ION
a portion of this information.

This form is to be completed by the person that occupies the position being described and reviewed by the
supervisor and appointing authority to ensure its accuracy. It is important that each of the parties sign and
date the form. If the position is vacant, the supervisor and appointing authority should complete the form.

This form will serve as the official classification document of record for this position. Please take the time to
complete this form as accurately as you can since the information in this form is used to determine the proper
  2. Employee’s Name (Last, First, M.I.)                              8. Department/Agency

  3. Employee Identification Number                                   9. Bureau (Institution, Board, or Commission)
                                                                          Michigan Occupational Safety & Health Administration
  4. Civil Service Classification of Position                       10. Division
      Construction Safety Inspector E-11                                  Construction Safety and Health Division

  5. Working Title of Position (What the agency titles the          11. Section
      Construction Safety Inspector E11

  6. Name and Classification of Direct Supervisor                   12. Unit
      Anthony Allam, Construction Safety Supv-13

  7. Name and Classification of Next Higher Level Supervisor        13. Work Location (City and Address)/Hours of Work
      Paul Wrzesinski, Construction Safety Supv-14                        Wayne County
                                                                          Hours from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
14. General Summary of Function/Purpose of Position
      This position serves as the experienced level safety officer. The safety officer conducts construction safety inspections and
      investigations at job sites to determine employer compliance with construction safety standards and MIOSHA.

For Civil Service Use Only

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15. Please describe your assigned duties, percent of time spent performing each duty, and explain what is done
    to complete each duty.
     List your duties in the order of importance, from most important to least important. The total percentage
     of all duties performed must equal 100 percent.
Duty 1
General Summary of Duty 1                    % of Time 60%
Investigate construction work sites.

Individual tasks related to the duty.
To investigate construction work sites to ensure safety standard compliance with Act 154. After itinerary is established for the day
and the job sites are located, make contact with company representatives and employee representatives. Investigate the job site by
careful observation and study giving a close examination and making systematic inquiry, determine non-compliances with the Act.
Collect all data to substantiate any allegations brought against the contractors for non-compliance. A routine investigation may
involve: Fatality, accident, imminent danger, complaint, follow-ups, refusal of entry, referral, variance, special assignment, or
court appearance. *See Addendum #1 for complete information.

Duty 2
General Summary of Duty 2                    % of Time 15%
Completing departmental forms.

Individual tasks related to the duty.
To complete required departmental forms to establish compliance or non-compliance with Act 154. Complete necessary forms for
every contractor on the job site. Verify standards to determine non-compliance. Interpret standards to determine necessity of
issuing citation against each contractor. Compile collected data, measurements, pictures, samples, and interview statements to
further substantiate any allegations made against the contractors for non-compliance with Act 154.

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Duty 3
General Summary of Duty 3                     % of Time 15%
Traveling & locating job sites.

Individual tasks related to the duty.
This job requires the safety officer to travel to and locate job sites. The safety officer must travel on roads to and from the
workstation in all weather, including adverse conditions as; ice, rain, snow, tornado (anything Michigan weather brings).

Duty 4
General Summary of Duty 4                     % of Time 10%
Attending staff trainings and in-service meetings.

Individual tasks related to the duty.
Attend staff seminars and in-service meetings concerning issues and information which will assist the safety officer in learning
new and better methods to aid in communicating with contractors and also which will enable the safety officer to be more effective
in interpreting and applying established standards. Attend the Michigan Safety Conference and also seminars on introduction of
all new standards pertaining to construction applications.

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Duty 5
General Summary of Duty 5               % of Time

Individual tasks related to the duty.

Duty 6
General Summary of Duty 6               % of Time

Individual tasks related to the duty.

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16. Describe the types of decisions you make independently in your position and tell who and/or what is affected by those decisions.
    Use additional sheets, if necessary.
When observing a safety hazard, the safety officer determines if the violation will be other than serious, serious, failure to abate,
repeat or to recommend a cease operation order for imminent danger.

17. Describe the types of decisions that require your supervisor’s review.
If there is a question on applying a standard to a particular safety hazard. When investigating a complicated accident or fatality.

18. What kind of physical effort do you use in your position? What environmental conditions are you physically exposed to in your
    position? Indicate the amount of time and intensity of each activity and condition. Refer to instructions on page 2.
This enforcement job has a very high stress factor - working in an industry that nationally has a very high fatality rate. The safety
officer's judgment may prevent a fatality. The safety officer travels many miles on dangerous highways; all paperwork is done in
the state van in all weather, with temperatures above 120 degrees in the summer and the car running in the winter. The safety
officer works in cramped and uncomfortable conditions, must deal daily with adverse public attitudes toward enforcement
officials, has no control over emergencies and must be mentally alert and calm 100% of the time.

19. List the names and classification titles of classified employees whom you immediately supervise or oversee on a full-time, on-going
    basis. (If more than 10, list only classification titles and the number of employees in each classification.)

            NAME                           CLASS TITLE                           NAME                             CLASS TITLE

20. My responsibility for the above-listed employees includes the following (check as many as apply):

          Complete and sign service ratings.                             Assign work.
          Provide formal written counseling.                             Approve work.
          Approve leave requests.                                        Review work.
          Approve time and attendance.                                   Provide guidance on work methods.
          Orally reprimand.                                              Train employees in the work.

21.   I certify that the above answers are my own and are accurate and complete.

                                    Signature                                                              Date

                                    NOTE: Make a copy of this form for your records.
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22. Do you agree with the responses from the employee for Items 1 through 20? If not, which items do you disagree with and why?

23. What are the essential duties of this position?
     This position serves as the experienced level safety officer. The safety officer conducts construction safety
     inspections and investigations at job sites to determine employer compliance with construction safety standards
     and MIOSHA. An employee in this position exercises independent judgment. The employee's official
     workstation (OWS) is not an office and they receive assignments and instructions by mail and phone. This
     employee would be in contact with construction corporate executives, project managers, superintendents,
     foremen, employees and representatives, engineers and architects all on a daily basis as required in Act 154. This
     employee would also be in contact with lawyers, prosecutors and judges when subpoenaed regarding an
     inspection as required by Act 154.

24. Indicate specifically how the position’s duties and responsibilities have changed since the position was last reviewed.

25. What is the function of the work area and how does this position fit into that function?
     The Construction Safety and Health Division is responsible for enforcing the MIOSHA statute and its rules and
     regulations as they apply to occupational safety in the construction industry.

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26. In your opinion, what are the minimum education and experience qualifications needed to perform the essential functions of this

Educational level typically acquired through completion of high school. (Some college is desirable)

Six years of experience in continuous heavy commercial or industrial construction, including two years as a journey-
level skilled trades worker.

ALTERNATE EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: A bachelor’s degree in occupational safety and health,
construction engineering, construction safety, or a related field can be substituted for four of the six years of

Completion of a construction skilled trades apprenticeship program can be substituted for the two years of experience
as a journey-level skilled trades worker.

The employee must be able to physically examine all areas of all workplaces where employees may be subject to
hazards covered by MIOSHA. This may include climbing (ladders, platforms, cranes, runways, etc), working at
heights or below ground (contained spaces, tunnels) and negotiating uneven terrain both indoors and outdoors; be able
to communicate verbally and in writing and possess human relations skills to deal with adverse situations.

TRAINING: Classroom training on standards, paperwork, procedures, etc., and on the job inspection training are
both required.

Candidates for Construction Safety Inspector positions must pass a hyper baric tunnel physical as a portion of the
interview process in order to ensure the ability to perform construction safety inspections in a pressurized tunnel.

Possession of a valid Michigan driver’s license.

Note: Equivalent combinations of education and experience that provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities
will be evaluated on an individual basis.

NOTE: Civil Service approval of this position does not constitute agreement with or acceptance of the desirable qualifications for this position.
27.   I certify that the information presented in this position description provides a complete and accurate depiction
      of the duties and responsibilities assigned to this position.

                                Supervisor’s Signature                                                                 Date

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                              TO BE FILLED OUT BY APPOINTING AUTHORITY
28. Indicate any exceptions or additions to the statements of the employee(s) or supervisor.

29. I certify that the entries on these pages are accurate and complete.

                      Appointing Authority’s Signature                                         Date

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