Health and Safety Manager (#7576) - West Coast
Industry: Concrete Block, and Pavers
Under the direction of the Environmental Management System Director, this position researches, develops, implements and monitors programs and Company guidelines to control, reduce or eliminate occupational injuries, illnesses and deaths. This position has responsibilities that extend to all Company locations
and performs other related duties as required. Must be able to direct, advise and track multiple locations and communicate effectively with all levels of the organization.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Oversee (in a coach/advisor role) the activities of our Environmental, Health and Safety Coordinators.
- Inspect Company locations, programs and documentation to identify and appraise conditions that may lead to increased injuries or citations.
- Assist facilities in complying with company guidelines, safety, health and environmental regulations.
- Analyze and evaluate regulatory agency requirements, new developments, their effect on the company and when applicable or necessary, the implementation process.
- Develop accident-prevention programs, process and tracking systems for incorporation into division locations.
- Audit new acquisitions to evaluate the status of programs, level of hazardous conditions or equipment and current level of management participation. To assimilate, develop and project accumulated data into a course of action that will transform the acquisition into safe and healthy workplace.
- Ensure that each location has the necessary regulatory agency required programs, that those programs are site specific, and are reviewed and revised as required.
- Manage Workers' Compensation process, leveraging internal and external resources, to accomplish objectives for reducing injury risk, Company's Workers Compensation liability, and ensuring compliance with OSHA requirements for employee safety.
- Abides by all safety rules set forth by company and governmental regulatory agencies and ensures that hazardous conditions are reported and corrected.
- Stay competent with regulations and standards pertinent to the EHS profession by maintaining an annual professional development schedule. Included on the schedule would be participation in classes, seminars, webinars, and personal study materials (books, magazine, subscriptions, and email subscriptions).
• Requires bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in a manufacturing environment.
• Requires working knowledge of OSHA, MSHA and EPA regulations. CALOSHA, WSHA and related state regulatory agencies/regulations.
• Must have and maintain valid driver’s license.
• Requires excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication and mathematical skills.
• Must be able to operate a PC and various office equipment/technology.
• Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite software.
• Ability to utilize various safety related software, databases or systems.
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The company offers competitive compensation and a strong benefits package including medical, dental, vision, 401(k), profit sharing and wellness programs.