The Assistant Director, Environmental Health and Safety manages assigned budgets, personnel and resources. This position is responsible for conducting strategic planning, developing programs and services, and advancing the concept of organizational resilience throughout the university. The position is accountable for all related programs and services across the university to include the Klamath Falls, Portland-Metro and Scappoose campuses. This position co-chairs the Oregon Tech Radiation Safety Committee and serves on the university’s Safety Commission.
+ Perform safety, insurance, environmental, D.O.T., security and environmental audits and inspections to comply with all current federal, state, county and city requirements as well as Anheuser-Busch and wholesale operations division requirements
+ Investigate all auto accidents, general liability claims, and other actions filed against the branch
+ Review, compile and report safety, D.O.T., security and environmental statistics
+ Track, monitor and deliver training
This position will work with the plant manager, region safety manager, plant superintendents, supervisors and hourly employees to support the continued focus on safety excellence, including maintaining OSHA VPP status at all facilities. The candidate must be able to work with all levels of management, be flexible with day-to-day activities and make decisions in controversial matters. The safety coordinator will lead small improvement teams, audits, and inspections. Must be comfortable coaching, presenting and intervening one to one.
The Safety Manager will develop and implement policies to ensure a safe and healthy working environment. Will be responsible for continuously monitoring and adapting safety procedures and operations to ensure a safe and fully compliant work environment for all employees. Looking for a self-starter and with experience leading safety function or department
The Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Manager will lead the site environmental, health and safety initiatives. They will assist site leadership with establishing site specific policies and standards to ensure compliance with regulatory and JELD-WEN Global EH&S requirements, prevent injuries & illnesses, reduce workers’ compensation costs and help create a strong EH&S culture.
Experience with MS Suite of products, e.g. Excel, Access, Minitab, PowerPoint & Visio required.
Environmental Health Specialist is responsible for performing professional level environmental sanitation work including inspection, investigation, documentation of State laws and County ordinances and education in various areas such as restaurants and other food service facilities, day care centers, public swimming pools and spas, water systems, tourist and traveler’s facilities. Work is performed under the oversight of a Sanitarian registered in the State of Oregon and the supervision of the Environmental Health Program Manager who reviews work or conformance to applicable laws and regulations. As much of the work performed is in the field, incumbents in this classification are required to exercise considerable independent judgment.
The NIC Safety Specialist will work for the ESHA Manager with the intent of serving the company by protecting life and health. The Safety Specialist will be an expert in requisite safety procedures and protocols, regulatory frameworks, and company operations. The ideal candidate will be required to engage on a professional, practical, and personal level with all members of the company in addition to NIC customers.
The Environmental Health, and Safety Supervisor will implement policies to ensure a safe and healthy work environment.
Responsible for day-to-day operations of the Security Department; Updating the Safety Program, Security and Emergency Management/ Response Programs in response to the changing goals and needs of the organization; Act as House-wide Safety Officer; Responsible for DNV NIAHO/ISO Standards compliance; Coordinates Safety Training; Heads up in-house, local, regional, state, and federal efforts to coordinate and plan disaster preparedness and emergency management/response.
The Fire & Life Safety Manager administers and manages the activities of fire prevention, inspection, and community service personnel, provides technical expertise in the administration of projects and fire codes; manages the occupancy inspection program, conducts fire investigations as necessary, provides technical expertise in the review of construction and development plans. The primary functions of the Fire & Life Safety Manage include fire prevention, fire investigation, public education, coordination with local and state agencies, recordkeeping of fires and technical assistance to the fire department.
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