Manager Health & Safety

US-IL-Centralia
ID
2017-3765
# of Openings
1
Category
Manufacturing
Type
Direct Hire

Overview

This position provides managerial oversight focus for plant employee safety including safety programs, systems, policies, training, Federal and State OSHA Compliance, audits, etc. This includes all aspects of Workers Compensation including claims, coordinating case management, and data entry into claims management system. The position is a key member of the Plant Team focused on manufacturing’s key performance measures of Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost.

Responsibilities

* Ensure day-to-day administration of plant safety rules/policies and procedures, Federal and State OSHA Compliance and enforcement, and other regulations.

* Organize, develop, implement, and give direction to pro-active safety programs, systems, policies, and training.

* Accountable for leading the Plant Safety Committee, Emergency Action Team and a key resource for Team Safety Committees. 

* Manage the plant’s Workers Compensation program, as appropriate

* Takes ownership for personal growth and development by soliciting feedback and getting involved in initiatives and projects.

* Works closely with Corporate Safety Director regarding Plant Safety issues and corporate programs. 

* Complete special projects, duties and assignments, as appropriate. 

Qualifications

EDUCATION:

* BS/BA with a preference for Health, Safety or related discipline, required.

* Masters Degree, preferred.  

 

EXPERIENCE   

* A minimum of 5 years of increasing safety experience in a complex, fast-paced manufacturing environment, required.

* Knowledge and practical application of risk-management techniques. 

* Experience leading continuous improvement projects and initiatives. 

* Experience working with a diverse group of people. 

* Professional experience in a food manufacturing environment, preferred. 

 

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