$100K — $150K *
To administer and coordinate all aspects of the U.S. Pipe Fabrication Regions plants safety programs including, but not limited to, regulatory compliance, safety audits, and inspections, incident investigations, Worker's Compensation, safety committee, safety teams, and training. Will review, revise, develop, implement, and evaluate the effectiveness of all Plant's safety practices, policies, procedures, and programs.
· 1. Develops and implements a system to monitor, evaluate and revise the plants, safety programs on an annual basis with special attention to the High Risk Programs (LOTO, Hot Work, Confined Space, and Fall Protection) to confirm that the Plants are in compliance with regulatory standards. Facilitates the plants housekeeping audits. Performs Ergonomic assessment of plants and writes plans to reduce issues found in assessments.
· 2. Schedules, tracks and ensures timely implementation of all plant wide regulatory required safety training. Develops Training Matrix. Develops and implements effective systems for safety orientation for new and transferred employees as well as contractors.
· 3. Leads development and implementation of training and conducts effective incident investigation activities and follow up on near miss events, property damage, and injuries.
· 4. Oversees and maintains the plants first aid stations. Orders medical supplies and safety related PPE equipment. Provides basic first aid treatment as needed.
· 5. Coordinates safety/Industrial Hygiene monitoring as required. Responsible for PPE assessments for all jobs.
Skills & Requirements
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES
A BS degree in Safety or Environmental is required. Master’s degree in safety and Environmental a plus. The status of Certified Safety Professional (CSP) is preferred but not required. 5-7 years of safety and environmental experience outlining and implementing programs regarding employee safety procedures, practices, and accident protection and prevention in a heavy manufacturing industry. At least 2-4 years’ experience being in a supervisory or managerial role as a safety professional. Must have good oral and written skills. Familiar with the operating characteristics of material handling equipment, crane operation, and capabilities. Ability to supervise others and facilitate teamwork. Detail oriented with the ability to prioritize and delegate. Ability to make sound decisions under time pressure deadlines. Familiar with OSHA regulations, personnel protection equipment. Familiar with developing and implementing safety programs and policies. Strong knowledge of hazardous material materials. Familiar with safe practices and MSDS information. Familiar with a variety of industrial safety concepts, practices, and procedures. Strong knowledge of inspecting company facilities and recommending corrective actions to ensure compliance to established OSHA and EPA industry regulations. Reliable and dedicated with excellent attendance. Must have excellent knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint software. Also having some exposure to ‘Behavior Based – Safety’ programs and practices.
Bi-lingual candidate also preferred.
· Since this is a heavy industrial environment there will be exposure to fabrication shop operations. The employee will be exposed from time to time to the following working conditions: extreme heat and cold, noise, vibration, oils, and atmospheric conditions such as dust and fumes.
· When in the shop production area, the employee will be required to wear a uniform as well as the determined PPE which may include but is not limited to steel toed metatarsal shoes, safety glasses with foam lining, face mask, gloves, a bump cap, or hearing protection.
Valid through: 12/4/2020