(#7040) - Northern Florida
Industry: Precast & Prestressed Concrete
A facility in N Florida is seeking a Safety Manager.
The Safety Manager is responsible for the development, coordination, implementation and management of all environmental, health and safety. Reporting directly to the Director of Operations, develops and supports the Plant Safety Management Plan (SMP). This is a hands on position requiring a strong presence in the work areas throughout the production facility and grounds.
- Develop safe operating procedures, controls for identified hazards, and schedules for training and compliance.
- Ensure employees and Supervisors adhere to all safety procedures, policies and regulations. Train, coach and assist supervisors and employees to ensure complete compliance with SMP. Prepare, conduct and participate in safety trainings, briefings, and demonstrations weekly and as needed. Administer disciplinary actions as needed.
- Audit, inspect and monitor operation for hazards, employee safe performance and to identify improvement areas. Prepare and maintain all inspections, audit, training records, and incident files.
- Thoroughly investigate all safety/health related incidents and take action to eliminate hazards or prevent recurrence of unsafe incidents. Coordinate with Production Management, Maintenance and vendors to determine solutions and purchase equipment as necessary. Manage workers’ compensation claims.
- Lead the facility’s First Responder team. Provide assistance and backup to the Human Resource Dept as needed.
- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned
- Bachelors’ Degree preferred or 2+ years’ proven experience as safety coordinator or similar, preferably in an in Industrial environment.
- In depth knowledge of and experience with Government safety and health regulations (OSHA, EPA)
- Excellent oral, written and computer communication skills
- Team oriented and self-managing, able to work independently without direct supervision. Maintain a positive work atmosphere by working cooperatively and respectfully with all supervisors, coworkers, subcontractors, vendors and others