Corporate Safety Manager at The Arthur Louis Steel Company in Geneva, Ohio
Corporate Safety Manager Job description
The Corporate Safety Manager is responsible for the oversight and enforcement of all organizational safety and environmental measures in the production facilities, corporate offices and at various local jobsites.
The Corporate Safety Manager will be responsible for all matters related to employee health and safety and will work to ensure compliance with OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) regulations and environmental (EPA) guidelines and facilitate the creation of programs and procedures to improve the safety and health of the entire organization.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities of the Corporate Safety Manager
• Designs and implements safety programs and policies for designated corporate work areas.
• Stays current and up to date on all Local, State and Federal safety regulations.
• Conduct regular safety meetings for employees.
• Inspect work areas to identify health and safety hazards.
• Recommend and oversee ways to improve health and safety in the workplace.
• Generate any required reports detailing health and safety issues.
• Present reports, regularly review corporate safety performance and suggest improvements to Executive management and General Manager.
• Respond to employee inquiries about proper safety or safety related concerns.
• Respond to emergencies and accidents.
• Investigate and prepare reports for accidents and any other safety related items.
• Perform in depth accident analysis when required and develop policy or procedural changes to rectify future occurrences.
• Monitor all facilities and jobsites to ensure each is in compliance with safety and environmental regulations.
• Conduct official audits and inspections of all work areas and field job sites.
• Oversee, prepare and maintenance of all safety, health and environmental records.
• Identify training and development needs of company staff and ensure those needs are met.
• Work with third party medical service providers to organize medical services for injured employees.
• Stay up to date with safety (OSHA), DOT and environmental codes (EPA) and requirements and develop the necessary training and implementation of all requirements related to each.
• Manage corporate Storm Water Pollution Prevention program.
• Establish performance measure, accident prevention and cost control goals for safety and health program.
• Act as a representative of the company in various safety or managerial organizations including general industry safety associations.
• Provide safety and health leadership at all levels of the organization.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Strong written and oral communication skills.
• Attention to detail with strong organizational skills.
• Demonstrates detailed knowledge of OSHA and EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) guidelines.
• Strong leadership and interpersonal skills.
• Exhibits the ability to think practically and creatively to implement best safety practices.
• Respond quickly and efficiently to accidents or emergency situations.
• Possesses strong problem solving and analytical skills.