Site Safety Officer Services in Alaska

Cantwell, AK, USA - May 12, 2015: Workers operate heavy machinery for a bridge construction project along the George Parks Highway on May 12, 2015 south of Cantwell, Alaska. The bridge project will ultimately route highway traffic over railroad tracks. Mt. McKinley is seen in the far background.

Alaska is a state in the United States of America. It has a population of over 740,000 people. The construction industry is one of the most important industries in Alaska. Construction safety officers are responsible for ensuring that construction sites are safe and adhere to all the safety rules and regulations set by AKOSH (Alaska Occupational Safety and Health).
Construction is a dangerous industry. A construction worker is 40% more likely to get injured on the job than the average U.S. worker.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has set standards for safety in construction that protect both employees and employers from hazards and unsafe practices that could lead to death, injury, or illness.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) estimates that about 5 million injuries are related to some type of work activity every year in the United States, with about 500,000 of those occurring at work sites where construction is taking place.

Alaska Occupational Safety and Health (AKOSH)

AKOSH services focus on reducing workplace accidents and the high cost of doing business in the state. Reducing these accidental incidents can make a significant difference for businesses.
The Enforcement Section inspects based on complaints, inspections, or targeted programs and issues citations for serious quality standards violations. For example, Enforcement offers training courses for asbestos abatement workers, explosive handlers, and those applying hazardous paint.
The Consultation and Training Section provides free and confidential services to help employers understand hazards at work and develop strategies to keep their employees safe. They don't issue citations or penalties, but they visit workplaces and provide training for your company.

Meet Titan

Titan is a leading provider of qualified construction site safety managers. We are committed to completing every project and proposal with the utmost professionalism. At Titan University (hyperlink to, we are proud to offer EM 385-1-1 safety education training to all construction personnel who wish to work at Fort Wainwright, Fairbanks, Anchorage, and Eielson AFB!
The Federal Government requires a qualified construction site safety manager that meets their high standards, and we provide you with the Qualified Construction Management You Need.
We provide Construction Site Safety Managers in Alaska to help fulfill the requirements of the Federal Government. We are dedicated to ensuring your success and will go above and beyond to ensure you get your project done on time, with quality and safety guaranteed.

What to consider before choosing your site safety manager:

  • Provide a wealth of experience in the construction industry, with a proven track record of success.
  • Have an extensive understanding of federal and state regulations, ensuring you have peace of mind that your project will be compliant.
  • Have the experience to manage any size project, from small residential jobs to large industrial complexes.

TITAN Consultant’s SSHOs have you covered.