The duties of the H&S Manager will include, but not limited to:
Health and Safety:
- Supervision/Member of Joint Health and Safety Committee
- enforcement of all statutory requirements and plant and corporate procedures
- enforcement of exemplary housekeeping standards
- Safety Incentive Program leadership/development
- Supervision/Member of Lockout Committee (new equip., annual verifications, etc.)
- liaison with OSHA on all matters and accompaniment of OSHA Inspectors on tours in conjunction with HR Manager, where required
- supervision of First aid attendants
- First Aid Kit contents Monthly Inspections and Replenishment
- Manage Emergency Plant Evacuations Plans and Annual drills (fire, spills, etc.)
- oversee refusal to work and direct involvement in second stage of refusal to work
- Incident/Accident Investigation Tracking and Follow-Up
- 6S Audit Tracking and Follow-Up
- Manage in-House Drug Testing, Hearing Tests and Triage with Accidents
- all other human resources matters are related to safety
- preparation of monthly reports, including compilation of accident statistics, on plant performance in Health & Safety related matters to Plant HR Manager / General Manager / Corporate Human Resources Manager.
- Act as Triage on In-House accidents
- Transport anyone needing medical help to applicable medical building, unless Ambulance is required
- completion of accident reports and submission of necessary forms to W/C provider
- review of claims
- implementation of modified or return to work programs, manage intent an compliance
- review of Accident Cost statements for accuracy
- implementation of programs to reduce W/C costs
- Responsible to maintain H&S related training requirements for all salary and hourly employees (Lift Truck, Crane, Manlift, Motorized Pallet Jacks, First Aid, etc.)
- Preparation and organization of all H&S training events (Monthly H&S Talks, Toolbox Talks, etc.)
- Reviewing requests for external training and reimbursement agreements
- Maintaining compliance in all training requirements for safety
- Organization of Orientation’s H&S training and standardized testing for new hires.
- A bachelor’s degree in occupational health and safety is preferred
- 2-3 years of related experience and exposure to OSHA general industry requirements.
- Experience in the Automotive manufacturing environment is a plus.
- Formal leadership experience is preferred
- Strong interpersonal skills with a developed competency to influence others.
- Demonstrated ability to build and lead cross-functional teams including knowledge of basic facilitation techniques.
- Strong communication skills (verbal and written)
- Clear ability to manage and coordinate multiple projects and deadlines.
- An ability to manage change and conflict.
- Established skill to execute work based on standards, procedures and systems.
- Experience with six-sigma (or other process improvement methodologies) and change management processes is a plus.
Salary depending on experience.
Job Type: Full-time