QUALIFICATIONSBilingual (English / Spanish) - MANDATORYachelor’s degree in Safety, Environmental Health and Employee Training Management or related field5 years in risk management or relevant experience in a manufacturing environmentComprehensive and current knowledge of federal, state, and local laws governing safety rules and regulationsTrain the Trainer Certification (OSHA, CPR, Project Management)Proficient use of Microsoft Office Suite and database reporting knowledgeAbility to communicate effectively (Written and Verbal)ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESDevelop, implement, maintain and administer the Environmental and Injury & Illness Prevention Program. Coordinate organization training needs and develop training plans to increase team member knowledge and competence:Analyze EH&S program to determine effectivenessLiaison between Environment, Health and Safety regulatory agencies and organizationAnalyze incident reports, maintain OSHA recordkeeping requirements, trends injury rates and takes measures to minimize risk exposureCoordinates monthly safety committee meetings to address and abate safety hazardsConducts Job Hazard Analyses to ensure safe work environments according to OSHA standardsCollaborates with management and recommends changes to work conditions and procedures to improve the work environmentSubmits WC claims to the insurance carrier, if necessary, provides First Aid or CPR, coordinate medical treatment with the industrial clinicCoordinate training, lectures and discussions to increase knowledge and competenceTrack and maintain metrics of attendance, reach, and effectiveness of programsMaintain training database and disseminate training reportsMaintain training budget and submits financial reportsDevelop Team Members’ training plan for job opportunity advancement in accordance with Job Description requirementsUpdates and Maintains Job DescriptionsCoordinate the Education Financial Aid Program with the direction of management
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