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Coordinates with corporate fleet operations safety
Maintains required documentations to include OSHA 300 Logs
Conducts loss analysis to identify loss trends and works with management to implement risk reduction and mitigation strategies
Assists in establishing Corporate benchmarks and metrics and communicates progress relative to risk improvement goals to management
Conducts program audits to measure compliance with corporate standards and EHS policies and procedures.
Participates in EHS training activities as appropriate
Participates in on-site safety inspection practices as appropriate
Creates and manages corporate budget for EHS materials, training resources and equipment required to perform work safely
Monitors insurance recommendation compliance and works with local management to implement realistic improvement strategies
Assists the corporate risk manager with gathering insurance submission data and information
Reviews investigations and follows up with local management to participate in future preventative actions
Partners with Communications team to establish EHS awareness and communication campaigns to proactively address trends associated with weather, seasonal exposures (e.g. swimming pool safety, holiday safety, etc.), fleet operations, occupational safety, contractor liability, etc.
Facilitates Safety Committee meetings
EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree in Safety, Environmental, Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Chemistry or an applied science field preferred
5+ years related work experience
Valid Driver's License with acceptable driving record
Preferred to have one of the following Professional Certifications/License: Certified Safety Professional (CSP); Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH); Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM)
Competent with industrial hygiene principles
Manages and understand fleet safety principles
Proficient in Microsoft Office products
Proficient in internet-based safety management products (training, audits)
Competent in using and interpreting basic codes and standards to include local ordinance, EPA, OSHA, NFPA and other regulatory standards
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent customer service skills, including telephone and listening skills
Advanced analytical skills
Excellent leadership, problem solving, and time management skills
Excellent planning, organizational, and prioritization skills
Ability to develop loss trending reports and utilize data to communicate with senior management.
Ability to evaluate loss data and trends for operational changes and/or EHS goal development.