Safety Manager

Glendale, AZ 85303

Industry: Manufacturing - Production Job Number: 1589

Safety Manager

 

A Safety Manager is employed to create safety programs that comply with health and safety laws; create and conduct safety training, oversee the administration of records and reporting, analyze safety issues, and install preventive measures. This position must have a clear understanding of workers' compensation laws and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) requirements. The position will involve travel to all domestic business work sites.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities (applicable to oversight of all sites)
  • Develop, update, and execute health and safety plans in the workplace according to legal guidelines
  • Analyzes the business safety adherence by touring the company regularly, identifying safety hazards and taking steps to rectify them
  • Ensures that regular safety inspections are conducted to ensure that all precautions are taken and safety measures are in place and adhered to
  • Educates staff and management on how to prevent and avoid accidents by holding training sessions (i.e.: on slips and falls, proper lifting techniques, electrical hazards, ladder safety, handling toxic chemicals, lock-out/tag-out, first aid, etc.)
  • Ensures safety equipment such as (but not limited to) proper headgear and footwear, respirators, and fire extinguishers are in place and in working condition
  • Investigates accidents or incidents to discover causes and handle worker’ s compensation claims
  • Works with Human Resources to ensures all work sites OSHA 300 Logs are accurate and up to date
  • Investigate accidents and put procedures in place to prevent them
  • Ensures that files for SDS (Safety Data Sheets) that list the ingredients and potential hazards of on-site chemicals are maintained in all facilities
  • Maintains and improves existing SharePoint Safety site
  • Maintains all documents utilized within the Safety Program consistent with established  format
  • Attends seminars and classes to remain up-to-date on safety practices and then pass the information on to management and employees

 

Minimum Qualifications (Education, Training, Experience, Skills)
  • A four-year degree in safety engineering and/or occupational safety, or the equivalent work experience and a four-year degree is required
  • OSHA certification/s (e.g. OSHA 10 hour & 30 Hour, Forklift Train-the-trainer, OHASA 18001 experience, etc.)
  • Organization and Details a must with this position
  • Excellent communication and technical writing skills required
  • Excellent computer skills required to include Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Visio, Outlook, etc.) and Adobe
  • This position requires fluent speaking, writing, and reading of the English language.

$55, 000-$70, 000

Charlie Bristol

Charlie's proactive communication ensures excellent service to job seekers and guaranteed quality for our clients. He provides top-notch support and guidance throughout the recruitment process for all parties involved. Charlie takes pride in the opportunity to fulfill our client's needs by placing great people in positions they deserve.

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