Safety, Training & Fleet Maintenance Officer
Napa Sanitation District
The Napa Sanitation District is recruiting for a Safety, Training & Fleet Maintenance Officer at its District office located in the charming Napa Valley. Salary is $6,204-$8,317 per month. Requires an Associates of Arts/Science Degree supplemented by courses in aspects of industry safety, including industrial hygiene, confined space entry and handling of hazardous materials. Also requires four (4) years full-time experience as a safety professional in a process-related industrial safety setting. For an application packet, call (707) 258-6000 x 0 or visit us at 1515 Soscol Ferry Road, Napa, CA. Application Packet is also on our website at www.napasan.com. Filing deadline is 4:00 pm, Friday, November 14, 2014.
Safety and Risk Prevention Manager
This is a Senior Level Position reporting to Corporate Operations Manager and the Board of Directors. This position will develop and implement corporate safety and loss prevention programs for construction, administrative, service and fleet operations; write policy and procedures related to risk management, loss prevention and environmental compliance; measure performance; monitor corporate safety program goals and objectives; perform safety inspections; monitor risk potential, recommend corrective action plans and ensure compliance; conduct safety meetings; advise employees and supervisors on accident prevention and safety matters; investigate and analyze claims of injury and property damage; review incident reports.
This position will involve some travel to different project sites throughout San Francisco Bay area. It is anticipated that successful candidate will have 10 plus years of experience in this field with increasing degree of authority.
To apply please send resume and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please reference Safety and Risk Manager.
Leavitt Risk Services of Southern California
Leavitt Risk Services of Southern California is currently recruiting for an experienced Safety Specialist to support our Southern California operations. The position is responsible for coordinating, implementing and directing safety support services for areas assigned.
Responsibilities include procedure/program development, client meetings, training, hazard identification, inspections, program auditing, “root cause” accident investigation and regulatory compliance. Must be able to provide the technical resources to successfully implement, maintain, and improve a comprehensive “best in class” safety and health programs for a variety of clients and disciplines. Travel throughout Southern California is required.
EXPERIENCE: 3-5 years of experience implementing safety policies, developing procedures and training programs, and leading safety audits/inspections and incident investigations required.
EDUCATION:Bachelor’s degree in Safety, Education/Training, Business or related field preferred, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
KNOWLEDGE: Extensive knowledge of CalOSHA standards and their application to a broad variety of operations and environments.
Note: Knowledge of various business sectors is a plus. Please send a resume to email@example.com or visit us at www.leavitt.com
Salary $94,276.00 - $114,582.00/year
The City and County of San Francisco is currently seeking a Safety Analyst to develop and implement occupational safety programs and procedures.
To learn more and apply visit: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=CBT&R2=6130&R3=900700
Sr. Loss Control Professional
Min. 7 years exp. in EH&S/Loss Control and management. Exp. Req’d: risk assessments/audits of property, general liability, workers’ comp; develop and present health and safety training/seminars; CSP or equal cert.; water/wastewater exp. Background check, pre-employment physical required. Travel statewide. Excellent benefits, salary range $69,093-$95,003. EOE. Visit website www.acwajpia.com for job description/application. Apply to firstname.lastname@example.org with application, resume, cover letter and salary requirements, by 11/1/2014.
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