Safety Coordinator Job in Mason City – Iowa, USA
To perform this job successfully, an individual must meet expectations of each essential duty. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required.
- HSD, GED or Silver CRC required
- 4-year college degree in safety related field or equivalent experience preferred
- EMT or willing to become EMT preferred
- Manufacturing experience preferred
- Experience in presenting in front of groups of people using audiovisual tools.
- Must have above average skills in computer applications and office procedures and practices.
- Highly developed organization skills.
- Willing to work varied hours to represent off-shifts.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
- Excellent teamwork and collaboration skills.
- Ability to multi-task & handle tasks with competing priorities
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong attention to detail.
Job Duties & Requirement (included but not limited to the following):
- Assures implementation of safety policies and procedures in compliance with local, state, and federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations.
- Maintains required documentation in an orderly and easily retrievable manner (daily inspection sheets, incident reports, press checks, etc.)
- Tracks safety training – monthly topics, forklift and LOTO certifications, etc.
- Conduct safety walkthroughs and risk assessments
- Assist with implementation and or follow-up of preventative measures
- Prepare reports on incident data, presentations, AEM
- Back-up for and/or assist in New Employee Orientations
- Participate/assist in safety and/or Ergonomic teams
- Maintain Safety boards
- Maintains THRIVE SDS database
- Participates in incident and near miss investigations
- Ensure all incidents and safety improvements are entered into AIC and track Close the Loop on investigations and corrective actions
- Track and maintain the Occupational Safety Assessment process
- Assist with Safety Week activities
- Manage prescription and safety shoe/boot program
- Track and conduct follow-up on hearing and respirator testing
- Performs analysis of related data to identify trends. Communicate as directed.
- Plans and assures implementation of programs to train and motivate supervisors and employees in work site safety practices especially off shifts
- Organizes, facilitates and does inspections of facilities, procedures, and processes to detect existing potential hazards and to assure the effectiveness of related programs
- Coordinates leadership participation in facility walkthroughs to detect existing or potential hazards and to assure the effectiveness of related programs
- Monitors the general environment for industrial hygiene related items (noise and air quality), requests or performs testing and communicate results
- Provides leadership for the first responder team and ensures the results are consistent with the defined role
- Conducts research on compliance and regulations for policies, programs, procedures as needed
- Ensures company programs, policies and procedures are organized and accessible in document control
- Abide by, support and ensure compliance with state and federal regulations, AADG policies and procedures and the ASSA ABLOY Code of Conduct.
- Consistently supports and promotes a safe and harmonious working environment.
- Designated first responder.