1. *Regularly assess the overall health of the site safety culture and proactively develop and maintain the policies, procedures and training programs to effectively establish a zero injury culture;
2. *Develop, implement and train supervisors in effective root causal investigations and corrective actions;
3. *Inspect, evaluate and document workplace environments, equipment and work practices to ensure compliance with safety, health and environmental standards;
4. *Develops site-specific Accident Prevention Plans for start-up projects;
5. *Analyze, develop and deliver summary reports, tracking documentation, charts and graphs on various safety, workers compensation and environmental programs, trends and issues;
6. *Develop, implement and track training in safe work practices, ergonomics, health and environmental practices
7. *Meets with and accompanies Government inspectors (OSHA, EPA, etc.) during their inspections;
8. *Maintain professional relationships with customers, assuring support is provided to PRIDE staff in accordance with contracts and resolving safety issues that my inhibit contract performance
9. *Create, evaluate and educate employees on Job Safety Analysis (JSA’s); Must ensure JSA’s are current and effectively identify potential hazards
10.*Interact with employees and conduct employee safety and ergonomic observations and corrective actions to prevent injuries and illness;
11.*Evaluate all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for approval on its intended use;
12.*Provide reports and advice to management regarding accidents and employee injuries;
13.*Transport and accompany injured employee’s to a medical facility for treatment;
14.*Conduct, participate and attend regularly scheduled staff, leadership, committee and offsite meetings. Prepare agendas, roster and presentation materials for various meetings;
15.*Conducts Periodic reviews of the safety process and provides feedback to the Corporate Safety Director;
16.*Keeps abreast of changes in health and safety standards and communicates the pertinent changes to the appropriate staff;
17.*Discusses safety with the employees on a daily basis.
18.*Communicates with Corporate Workers’ Compensation administration to ensure that claims are timely reported and administered;
19.*Sets long term and short term safety goals for the Safety Manager;
20.*Perform other duties and special projects as assigned.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Health/Science, Safety Science or related field or comparable work experience and formal education;
• Seven or more years of recent safety, health & environmental experience in the applicable site specific operations including five years in a supervisory role;
• Five or more years of recent safety experience at a director level;
• Depending on the worksite, bi-lingual English and Spanish required;
• OSHA 10, CPR/First Aid, forklift trainer and HAZWOPPER certifications desired;
• Ability to hire, train, and discipline employees; appraise employee performance, reward and discipline employees, address employee relations complaints and resolve problems;
• Ability to interpret and implement applicable laws, regulations and policies;
• Excellent computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher, Internet search engines, etc.);
• Excellent skills at communicating effectively, both verbally and in writing;
• Oral communications skills to present one on one classroom training;
• Proven analytical and problem-solving, and negotiation skills;
• Demonstrated organizational, problem solving and common sense skills.
• Must be able to pass additional background and security clearances as determined by our customers.