Administers the company’s Worker’s Compensation Program effectively. This includes a focus on accident prevention, cost reduction, effective case management, return-to-work programs, and similar relative to work related illness andinjuries.
Coordinates effectively with Human Resources on leave administration and the correctiveaction process relative to work related illnesses andinjuries.
Works jointly and collaboratively with all locations to improve operational efficiencies and reduce Health and Safety related risks andcosts.
Develops and maintains an aggressive accident investigation program. This includes thorough investigation of all accidents, identification of root causes, developing effective programs toprevent recurrence, and company-wide communication and education onsame.
Conducts (or coordinates) on-site Safety reviews and audits at all locations to ensure compliance with safe working operations as specified and required by OSHA and company policy andprocedure.
The Corporate Safety Director chairs and guides the activities of the Executive SafetyAdvisory Committee.
Responsible for a thorough analysis of accident trends and for the development andimplementation of strategies to effectively resolve actual or perceived Safetyissues.
Monitors and ensures compliance with regularly scheduled Safety meetings, facility inspections,and emergency drills at alllocations.
Creates and maintains a culture reflective of a commitment to an illness and injury-freeworkplace.
Provides regular written and/or oral reports to senior leadership on the Safety program’s successes andchallenges.
Ensures compliance with all environmental, health, and Safety standards by local, state, and federalagencies.
Maintains OSHA 300 log and other required reports and ensures compliance ofrequired postings.
Responsible for overseeing the security program and systems at the companyheadquarters.
Follow and comply with all safety policies.
Additional duties as assigned.
To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education/ and or Experience: