Location Workforce Enterprises – Ontario, CA
Role and Responsibilities include supporting and developing processes that support the ongoing safety awareness and injury prevention throughout the organization:
- Identify, reduce and eliminate loss for worker injuries and workers compensation claims.
- Conduct, coordinate and energize employee training, including annual refresher & new hire training required by the company and all regulatory agencies (OSHA).
- Training, documenting, and maintaining safety files
- Provide Forklift Operators with proper training and certification for each facility.
- Facilitate Cal-Osha program.
- Investigates, compiles and responds to Cal-Osha and other State Agencies
- Perform monthly comprehensive facility safety audits to ensure continual improvement.
- Compile, analyze, and distribute weekly, monthly, and quarterly safety reports to all management.
- Actively participate on weekly conference calls regarding Safety and Compliance.
- Provide managers/supervisors the necessary training to obtain detailed descriptions, corrective actions and follow through to ensure corrective actions are implemented related to accidents, near misses, injuries or property damage.
- Assist risk management with all accident investigations
- Conduct Physical inspections of all work areas and buildings for any unsafe acts of hazards.
- Write procedures in organized, clear, compliant, and professional manner.
- Represent the company and provide expert guidance through inspections by regulatory agencies and insurance companies.
- Respond quickly to reports of safety incidents, manage investigations, and remedial actions.
- Ensure that the specific Health and Safety Plans are accurate, effective, and compliant.
- Other duties as assigned by Director of Risk or Executive Staff.
- OSHA 10 or 30 Hour Trained
- Train the Trainer Certified
- At least 5 years of EHS experience, specifically within the light industrial sector
- At least 5-8 years of experience in safety management, strong focus on implementation and accident/injury prevention
- Bachelor’s degree
Supervisor Responsibility? Yes
Required Knowledge Applicable Federal, State, and local OSHA regulations, relevant equipment, procedures and strategies; hazard assessment and incident investigation methodologies; and current office technology and equipment.
Required Skills and Abilities Proficiently use word processing, spreadsheet and presentation tools; problem solve; prioritize and multi-task; communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; work independently and in a team environment; and operate current office equipment including computers and supporting applications.
Physical Demands and Work Environment The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, drive, walk, sit, use hands, use computer, use ten-key, talk, hear, talk on the phone, reach with hands and arms, and bend at mid waist. The employee is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions, dust, walking on uneven ground, cold, extreme heat, and wet or humid conditions. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus
To apply for this position please contact Rosie Partida, Director of Risk Management and Safety, at email@example.com