1. Safety Technician:

The Safety Officer (TA) generally provides consultancy services to businesses or individuals, controlling facilities and procedures for their risk, and provides the employer with suggestions and advice, both written and spoken, on health and safety issues and prevention of accidents at work.

The Safety Officer checks the safety of the installations and technical means prior to their operation as well as the procedures and working methods prior to their implementation and supervises the implementation of occupational health and safety and accident prevention measures, in the field of planning, planning, construction and maintenance of facilities, introduction of new operating procedures, procurement of tools and equipment, selection check the efficiency of individual means of protection as well as configuration and arrangement of seats and the working environment and general organization of operational processes.


To supervise the working conditions, the Safety Officer:

a) Regularly inspecting jobs
b) Indicates to the Administration any omission of health and safety measures
c) Proposes measures to address it by overseeing their implementation
d) Supervises the proper use of personal protective equipment, if required
e) Investigates the causes of accidents at work
f) Analyzes and evaluates the results of its investigations and proposes measures to prevent such accidents
(g) Supervise the conduct of fire and alarm exercises to detect accidents preparedness.

To improve working conditions, the Safety Engineer:

(a) Ensure that workers in the undertaking comply with the rules of health and safety at work
b) Informs them and guides them to prevent the occupational risk that their work entails
(c) Contribute to the training and implementation of training programs for workers on health and safety at work
(d) Cooperate with the occupational physician on a mandatory basis by carrying out joint inspections of workplaces.

2) Licensing of Works Machines – Deletions – Transfers – Fixed Assemblies – Autopsy Reports:

Licensing of construction equipment is granted by local regional units, the business premises of the undertaking concerned for the granting of such licenses. The issuance of project machinery licenses requires the provision of autopsy reports as well as the submission and submission of technical documentation (type approvals, technical manuals, etc.).

3) Mechanical studies for the fitting of fittings and superstructure in trucks, vehicles, construction machinery, platforms, prefabricated buildings and metal buildings.

4) Advisory services for the purchase of construction machinery in relation to the activity and needs of the undertaking concerned.

5) Certificate consulting services in relation to the activity and needs of the undertaking concerned.