Corporate Safety Manager

US-IL-Elgin
Job ID
2017-3935
Shift
First
Category
Human Resources

Overview

The Corporate Safety Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of the corporate safety programs. The person in this role is also responsible for identifying safety hazards and conducting job hazard analysis. The Corporate Safety Manager oversees Workers’ Compensation administration and security services

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Makes on-going inspections of facilities, equipment, and employee issues to ensure safe working conditions in all facilities.
  • Makes recommendations and implement programs to ensure safety and reduce accident rates.
  • Ensures facilities and operations are following various local, state, and federal safety regulations including OSHA.
  • Develops training and educational programs to help educate supervisory and line employees on proper safety and first aid programs and procedures.
  • Conducts safety related training and train-the-trainer programs.
  • Trains and works with facility managers, human resources, and senior management to implement safety programs.
  • Updates and maintains corporate safety manuals for all facilities.
  • Reviews and analyzes accident reports and work with Workers’ Compensation provider to reduce accidents and related costs.
  • Oversees facility security vendors and activities
  • Implements a “best practices” approach to a corporate wide safety program. Writes an annual safety status report with appropriate management recommendations. Manages functional budget and supervise employees as appropriate.
  • Reviews performance and pricing of occupational medicine clinics and services on an on-going basis.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Safety or related discipline preferred.
  • Five plus years’ experience in implementing and managing safety programs to prevent or correct unsafe working conditions, utilizing knowledge of industrial processes, mechanics, engineering, chemistry, psychology, and industrial health and safety laws.
  • Knowlege of OSHA regulations.
  • Ability to travel.