Safety Coordinator - Health & Safety
Maintain the health and safety of the plant workforce by monitoring and evaluation of health, safety and environmental conditions assuring compliance with applicable policies, procedures and governmental standards; and maintenance of the Battery Health, Industrial Hygiene and Safety Programs
Who we are
- Develops and administers effective occupational health, safety, ergonomics and industrial hygiene programs, including health services functions and maintenance of related policy and procedure manuals.
- Become knowledgeable in JCI Best Business Practices and incorporate in programs.
- Educates, motivates and trains line supervision and production personnel in good housekeeping practices, safe work procedures, PPE, etc.
- Uses specialized testing equipment, samples, measures and evaluates employee exposures to in-plant chemical contaminants, including lead and acid mist; and physical agents such as heat and noise exposure.
- Administers the audiometric testing and hearing conservation programs.
- Monitors, analyzes and records performance of the plant exhaust and make-up air ventilation systems.
- Leads administration of medical surveillance and biological monitoring programs according to OSHA standards and company policies and procedures.
- Manages the plant personal protective equipment, work clothing and safety equipment programs according to company standards and operating budget.
- Administers the respiratory protection program, including quantitative fit testing, respirator distribution, cleaning and sanitizing.
- Assists in administration of the workers' compensation program, including effective medical case management, reporting, record maintenance and follow-up.
- Develops and implements effective plant programs for the identification, prevention and control of occupational injuries and illnesses.
- Develops and coordinates plant health and safety education and training programs. Leads the plant safety committee.
- Maintains current awareness of applicable federal, state and local health, industrial hygiene and safety regulations.
- Maintains legal, governmental and company environmental, health, medical and safety-related records according to standards, including confidentiality.
- Maintains an accurate OSHA 300 log. Accompanies visiting inspectors and reports findings.
- Administers the plant hazard communication program, including maintaining up-to-date SDS's, effective identification of all chemicals, chemical inventory and related training and education programs.
- Reviews all manufacturing and support operations to assure ongoing safety.
- Assists the line organization in conducting risk assessments and developing safe operating procedures for all tasks and in investigating incidents.
- Develops and implements audit programs to review and assure compliance with applicable health and safety standards and systems.
- Accumulates, prepares and enters health, industrial hygiene, medical and safety data into the IHS computer system. Analyzes data and prepares standard and other requested reports for plant management.
- Maintains professional competency through participation in professional education and training programs and completion of any necessary requirements to maintain professional credentials.
- Overtime is required to meet internal and external customer requirements.
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- Bachelor's degree in Safety Studies, Environmental Health Sciences/Industrial Hygiene, or related field required.
- Minimum two years' experience in a manufacturing environment.
- Able to work outside of scope of responsibilities.
- Solid presentation and communication skills.
- Previous experience leading safety and industrial health programs, including experience with EHS agencies and required reporting.
- Previous experience with OSHA and EPA compliance.
- Prior use of the Microsoft Office Suite; ability to formulate reports, spreadsheets, and presentations.
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