Manage, develop and administer safety, environmental and security function at the Algona Plant, including Worker’s Compensation, safety training and related administration.
Design and develop safety policies, practices and procedures to reduce the frequency of work related accidents and injuries with emphasis on aggressive prevention efforts.
Manage environment, health and safety programs, compliance reporting and permitting.
- Conduct/coordinate training programs in occupational safety and health as it relates to accident prevention and loss control, ensuring compliance to the Snap-on EH&S system (ISO14000). (Training includes Lockout/Tagout; Confined Space; First Aid and CPR; Bloodborne Pathogens; Hazard Communication; emergency response; evacuation; and security.)
Lead plant safety team in conducting inspections to audit physical conditions and safe work practices. Provide guidance on safety improve- ments and ensure corrective action is taken.
Manage plant environmental matters, including operation of plant pollution control equipment, wastewater treatment system, and chemical labeling and storage.
Participate in CI efforts to ensure cell redesign efforts are in compliance with OSHA regulations.
Maintain documentation and generate reports, ensuring full compliance to OSHA, local, state, and federal regulations.
Manage workers compensation program both internally, and with outside claims administrator and case managers. Ensure best medical attention is given, while still managing costs.
Develop and implement security programs to protect associates, control visitor entry, and prevent theft.
- A bachelor's degree in Safety, EHS or related field
- 5 years of safety experience in a manufacturing environment
- Strong organizational, analytical and problem solving skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Solid computer skills, including Word, Excel and Power Point.
- Excellent presentation/training skills.
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