• Work closely with the Plant Manager, Company Safety Director, Superintendent and Supervisors to achieve company-wide safety goals
• Drive safety excellence, promote crew involvement and accountability, and proactively eliminate hazards
• Lead by example, assure safe workplace practices are followed, and promote safety awareness
• Manage health and safety programs, accident and injury prevention, and regulatory compliance
• Lead efforts to identify, recommend, develop, and implement best practices for safety programs
• Implement, maintain, and improve safety programs and processes that educate, engage, and motivate crew members at all levels
This role is responsible for completing quality Risk Control Services evaluations of both property and casualty coverages for middle market risks. The person completes desk top reviews, surveys prospective accounts, provides service to existing clients and supports our middle market underwriting strategies.
As our new certified industrial hygienist, you will be a part of our team that identifies, evaluates, and controls harmful exposures to help policyholders improve the safety, health, and wellbeing of their employees. Everything they do centers around preventing occupational diseases.
You’ll need skills in communication, relationship building, mentoring, and influencing. The ideal candidate will have at least five years of experience in industrial hygiene consulting. If you’d like to join our team as a workplace safety and health guardian, apply today.
As our new occupational health nurse consultant, you’ll be a champion for healthcare workers. You’ll train and mentor others and consult on assessing and mitigating risks in healthcare settings. You’ll help tackle some of the toughest issues facing the industry, including workplace aggression and violence, burnout, stress, and safe patient handling.
Campus Public Safety serves Southern Oregon University in providing a safe and secure campus environment for University staff, faculty, students, residents, and visitors, as well as protecting campus property. The department achieves this mission by recommending, and enforcing related campus policies and procedures while providing appropriate training for University personnel and students. The Department patrols, investigates criminal activities and takes enforcement action for violations of local and state law while working in concert with outside law enforcement agencies.
Jackson County, Oregon, has a unique career opportunity for an experienced emergency management professional to assist in the implementation of the County's integrated Emergency Management Program. The ideal candidate for this position will be organized, detail-oriented, dependable, self-motivated, and capable of handling multiple projects and competing deadlines. The candidate must be comfortable and able to respond to countywide emergency events. This position allows for interaction with individuals from Federal, State, counties, cities, and other local government agencies; non-governmental organizations; volunteer organizations; and private businesses in addition to area visitors and all citizens that live in our community. This position reports to the Emergency Manager in the County Administrator's Office.
1) Supports Safety Manager in managing wildfire smoke, COVID, power failures, fire, heat, and flood responses as well as active shooter awareness and prevention.
2) Models and supports the mission and values of OSF:
a) Demonstrating inclusive behavior and creating an environment of belonging
b) Maintaining a safe and anti-racist working environment
c) Recognizing micro-aggressions and interrupting othering behaviors
3) Assists in implementing safety procedures pertaining to COVID-19, such as:
a) Ensures that employees follow OSF protocols on physical distancing, hand washing, mask wearing, COVID-19 testing, disinfecting surfaces; offering safety education as necessary
b) Administers on-site COVID-19 testing, including detailed record keeping and urgent communications.
c) Maintains and educates use of sanitation kits; participates and delegates disinfecting high-touch surfaces throughout work shifts
Performs a variety of duties in support of the Risk Management department such as OSHA reporting and record-keeping, hazardous waste, campus security, and highly confidential support to the Director of Risk Management.
Plans, organizes, and manages the development, implementation, and on-going operation of moderately sized program or several small specialized programs. Initiates and implements management activities within program area; prepares and administers budget for the program; and provides leadership and support to staff.
Manages all phases of the Quality Control Department in order to maintain the highest possible quality standards. Manages a variety of safety programs, policies and procedures to ensure OSHA and company compliance. Ensures efficiency, cost effectiveness and accuracy within Quality and Safety.
Located in Eugene Oregon within the Willamette Valley area, this position supports the broad range of activities and responsibilities of our safety management consultation team. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing fully competent professional consultative and intervention safety and loss control services to construction companies participating in a group workers’ compensation insurance program, and other construction employers, as directed. The activities in this role provide support to firms in their efforts to control losses by establishing and integrating sound, practical, and effective health and safety programs and services.
Serán BioScience provides custom formulation, process development and clinical manufacturing services for a variety of pharmaceutical clients. Our Operations Department seeks an Environmental, Health, and Safety Specialist Ito play an critical role in maintaining industry standards throughout the development and manufacturing process. Under the supervision of the EH&S Manager, the EH&S Specialist I will plan, implement, and coordinate safety programs, requiring application of science/engineering principles and technology, to prevent or correct unsafe environmental working conditions. Successful candidates will demonstrate strong attention to detail and the ability to communicate effectively.
CHILD EDUCATION SERVICES - CENTER AND HOME
A. Follow all education policies and procedures and implement curriculum with fidelity.
B. Ensure children are supervised at all times.
C. Provide developmental screenings and follow-up screening and assist families with referral process to early intervention as needed.
D. Document ongoing observations, conduct child assessments with fidelity and establish child goals in collaboration with families.
E. Plan and implement classroom environments that are rich in developmentally appropriate individualized curriculum and reflect responsive unhurried classroom routines that support individualized childcare schedules.
F. Debrief regularly with teaching team and Education support to inform next steps in environment, lesson plans, teaching strategies, team matrix, and child observations.
Effectively executes standard training program
Audits the execution of PIT training delivery by anyone who conducts PIT Training at the plant.
Provide ongoing support to any back up PIT Trainers
Partner with Plant Operations, Training and Safety to ensure network standard training materials are accurate to FC conditions and equipment type
Maintain site’s PIT training records and documentation
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