A challenging and meaningful Career at OSC
Occupational Safety Consultants (OSC) is headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa.
Our customers are industrial and construction companies, government agencies and educational institutions.
We supply on-site safety support to our clients and perform services on a project basis or to serve full-time on job sites. See the services we offer on this website.

Safety skills are in demand everywhere and throughout your career – the need for safety will not go away. Join us at OSC to build your knowledge, strengthen your skills, and take the next right step in your safety career.
Qualifications for working at OSC:
Commitment to the importance of workplace safety
Willingness to learn in a fast-paced environment
Ability to problem solve independently
Ability to interact and communicate effectively with customers, vendors, and all employees
Attention to detail in all aspects of work functions
Ability to lead implementations of programs and procedures
Skills and experience coaching, teaching, and mentoring others on processes and procedures
Understanding of MS Office suite, including Word, Outlook, and Teams
Benefits of Working at OSC:
Competitive pay aligned to experience
Reimbursement for travel when applicable
Flexibility to Work Anywhere
Free Training / Professional Development
Paid Vacation
Health / Vision / Dental / Life / Disability Insurance
401(K) Retirement Plan
Project examples:
A client needs employees trained on driving a forklift. The Safety Manager will present our training materials, give the employees a quiz, then evaluate them operating a forklift.
A construction company client has a major building project underway. It needs the project monitored to assure it is safe. The Site Safety Manager will monitor the site conditions and practices for continuous improvement to eliminate hazards. OSC Site Safety Managers fill the roll of coach and mentor to guide employees toward a safer way of working.
A general industry client has hired OSC to conduct a safety audit. The Safety Manager would review electrical cords to see they are not damaged, note whether employees are protected from moving machine parts, racks and stacked materials or trip hazards. With unsafe practices, the Safety Manager takes corrective action and coaches client and employees on appropriate actions.