Environmental, Health and Safety Manager
Reports To: Director of Regulatory Affairs
Position Summary: Assist in the management of the health and safety program.
Perform, develop, and implement a formal record keeping and auditing program for Process Safety Management, Risk management Program and CAL-ARP. Participate in PSM/RMP facility audits and assessments.
Manage and teach safety classes to customers, regulators, emergency responders and contractors.
Perform tasks in a wide range of environmental, health and safety and securitydisciplines to ensure compliance with federal and state requirements.
Assist in the implementation and maintenance of programs and procedures to ensure overall safety, security and health of employees.
a. Six to ten years experience in industrial safety education.
b. Knowledge of business management and organizational behavior.
c. Bachelor’s degree required; graduate education valuable.
a. Management and leadership experience desirable.
b. Experience in the agricultural industry preferred, but not required.
Personal Skills/Capacity and Values
b. Excellent communicator.
c. Team player and problem solver.
d. Current driver’s license and clean driving record.
Summary of Key Qualifications
Resumes by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax: 209 336 6416.
Safety Analyst I / II
$5,640 - $7,539/Month
The County of Sonoma is seeking a solution-oriented occupational health and safety professional to fill one full-time position as Safety Analyst I or II to coordinate County-wide safety initiatives and support departments' staff in developing operation-specific safety programs as a member of the centralized Human Resources' Safety Unit.
The Safety Analyst works under the direction of the County’s Risk Control Manager to provide technical support, consultation, and training to all levels of county staff in 26 different departments, agencies, and special districts.
Education & Experience: Academic coursework in public or business administration, accounting, law, economics, safety, industrial engineering, risk management, and/or other related courses. One year at the I level, or two years at the II level of professional level experience working with occupational safety and health programs, workers' compensation, disability management, employee benefit and insurance, liability, casualty insurance, or loss control programs, preferably with a public agency and/or in a risk management program.
Apply by 12/10/15! For complete position details and to apply online to each level, visit us at www.yourpath2sonomacounty.org, or phone Human Resources at (707) 565-2331. EOE
SAFETY COORDINATOR needed for UTS in San Bernardino, CA
The Safety Coordinator will be facilitating and implementing safety programs designed to reduce injury and illness. They will monitor all employees and subcontractors adherence to all safety programs and policies. They will coordinate safety training, safety inspections, safety committee meetings, all safety communications on-site and to management and will prepare and present progress reports as required. Position is located in an airport hangar at the San Bernardino Airport.
To view full job description and to apply, visit: http://www.unical.com/Careers/Careers.aspx?rf=MONSTER&req=2015-0129
Construction Safety Technician – Bay Area
Interpret and apply CCR Title 8 Construction Safety Orders (CSO) and Mining and Tunnel Safety Orders (TSO).
Conducts daily inspections of the site(s) to ensure work is being performed safely.
Review job hazards analyses to identify hazards and potential risks.
Makes recommendations on safety improvements.
Enforce incident prevention plans and activity hazard analysis, and ensure subcontractor compliance with all safety and health requirements.
Conducts incident investigations for near misses, first aid, and other incidents.
Provide safety indoctrination to all construction site visitors and new employees.
REQUIRED SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS
A minimum of 5 years safety experience on commercial construction projects (prefer heavy civil projects).
OSHA 30 Hour Certificate required or ability to acquire within thirty days of hire.
Ability to follow directions and to report unsafe conditions in a timely manner.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Demonstrated knowledge of CalOSHA title 8 as applied to the construction industry.
Ability to understand, interpret and apply regulatory requirements applicable to the project scope of work.
Ability to work with all levels of staff including the general public.
Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) certification a plus
Salary range ($65,000 to $85,000)
For consideration, please remit resume to: email@example.com
Job Type: Full Time – Regular/Exempt Classification
Location: Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Salary: $55,000 to $65,000 DOE, plus Bonus Program
Apply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are the largest manufacturer of flour and corn tortilla products worldwide. Our facility, located in San Bernardino County, is the largest facility in the U.S. We are a 24-7 operation with 354,000 sq. ft. and over 900 employees. We seek a Safety dynamo for the most important job in our company and that is to protect our #1 asset……our Employees!
We are a lean safety environment searching for a safety champion who can engage our employees towards achieving a continuous safety improvement culture. You will engage employees vertically and horizontally in improvement processes and general safety awareness, while simultaneously work with and enhance the creativity/innovation/redesign of the safety landscape.
General Summary: This position works under limited supervision and is responsible for the planning, establishing, implementing, and driving a variety of safety programs to assure the highest possible degree of safety for employees. You will work alongside department and frontline management, plant industrial nurse, and Sr. Management on accident investigations, their root causes and solutions for prevention. You will also continuously improve our educational safety programs and committees to ensure safety goals and awareness, while integrating a lean safety culture approach for behaviors, processes, and ownership.
Knowledge and Skills:
• Ability to conduct accident investigations, the 5-Why Lean Process, and Follow-through.
• Good understanding of: OSAH 300, Logs, BLS, Forklifts, First-Aid/CPR Responders, Pulmonary Tests, Hearing Testing, ARC Training, SDS, AED, etc.)
• Familiarity with OSHA Regulations and must become certified within 12 months.
• Understanding of IIPP Program and utilization
• Demonstrates knowledge of state/federal safety guidelines for the workplace
• Exhibits knowledge of appropriate emergency protocols
• Possesses legal knowledge of the legal repercussions of workplace accidents and employer liability
• Ability to read and interpret legal and federal OSHA documents and accident filings
• Demonstrates familiarity with job site equipment/machinery and products
• Possesses strong leadership, teamwork, engagement philosophy, organizational, business maturity, and analytical problem-solving abilities
Education and Experience:
HS Diploma or equivalent: Bachelor’s degree highly preferred.
Requires a minimum of 3 years of experience in Safety; preferably in food manufacturing. Experience in Safety, Lean Safety, or related field is highly desirable. A combination of education and/or experience may be considered.
Job Type: Full Time
Job Description: Enviro Safetech, a leading safety consulting firm based in San Jose, California is pleased to announce a job opening for a full time Safety Specialist. If you are a Safety professional looking for challenging safety projects of all shapes and sizes, in a wide variety of exciting cutting edge as well as traditional industries then it is time for you to join our team.For over 20 years our staff have made a real difference in the safety and well being of employees at our client sites.
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and certifications.
BENEFITS: Health insurance, laptop, cell phone, paid holidays, professional development and vacation pay.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Safety training, Safety inspections, and Developing written safety programs
PREFERRED: Certifications (CSP, CHST, OSHA 500), Specialty (Confined space, LOTO, Hazmat, Emergency Response), Language (Spanish)
EXPERIENCE: 2-5 years FULL time experience as a safety professional is required
How to Apply: Please email your resume to Bruce Bahmani at: email@example.com.
Principals, US Citizens, or US residents with work permission ONLY.
6138 Industrial Hygienist
The City and County of San Francisco
$100,126.00 - $121,706.00 Annually, Excellent Benefits
The City and County of San Francisco is establishing a city-wide list for current and future industrial hygiene vacancies. The industrial hygienist positions work in variety of City and County Departments The Industrial Hygienist conducts industrial hygiene surveys and monitoring of chemical, biological, and physical agents and serves as a technical resource and advisor in the implementation of occupational safety and health regulations. Duties include developing and implementing occupational health and safety programs, responding to and evaluating hazardous materials incidents, conducting ergonomic evaluations, developing and conducting training programs, evaluating compliance with City and County ordinances on noise and performing related duties as required.
For a complete list of position qualifications, detailed job description, and how to apply for the positions online please visit the following web site:
Santa Rosa Junior College
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY SPECIALIST
Salary: $5,803.00 - $7,054.00 Monthly
The Environmental Health & Safety Specialist develops, implements, measures the effectiveness of, and recommends revisions to, occupational health and safety and environmental management programs, and provides health and safety inspections, investigations and training at all District facilities; and responds to District health and safety emergencies/disasters. Bachelor’s degree required.
To view full job description and to apply, visit: http://apptrkr.com/705399
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