Location: Reno, NV
Pay: $50,000.00 - $60,000.00 /Year
The primary role of the Safety Manager
is to advise the Corporate Safety Director and Regional leaders on all safety, health and environmental matters to ensure the Company complies with its statutory obligations. This position may oversee more than one facility or region.
- Understand the application of the Health and Safety at Work, etc. Act 1974 and other legislation relevant to ILG business.
- Keep up to date with changes in current legislation and to bring to the attention of the Safety Director responsible for Health and Safety any relevant new legislation.
- Attend courses or seminars run by external sources to enable accurate interpretation of legislation to enable implementation within the organization.
- Ensure that all assessments and inspections as required by legislation are conducted and reviewed at relevant intervals and to maintain records of the same.
- To recommend control measures and advise on the standard of personal protective equipment issued to employees.
- Conduct health and safety inspections and prepare reports of all the business unit’s operations.
- Immediately contact the Safety Director if situations are found, that in the opinion of the Safety Manager, require immediate rectification or the stopping of any operation.
- To notify the Safety Director responsible for health and safety if the corrective action agreed after any workplace inspection is not implemented by the arranged date.
- To carry out investigations into all incidents and near-miss reports and to record the findings on the relevant forms.
- To arrange Health surveillance as instructed.
- To highlight areas where training/certification is required to meet the standards imposed by Legislation, Best Business Practice, or EHS guidance.
- To bring new techniques for improving health, safety and welfare to the attention of the Safety Director responsible for health and safety.
- To set a personal example by wearing appropriate personal protective clothing or equipment, and observing all safety requirements/procedures.
- A combination of 3-4 years operational and safety experience in construction or general industry field.
- Completion of OSHA 510 and OSHA 500 courses.
- Possess a high level of technical expertise, ability to apply skills to continuous process improvement while maintaining maximum levels of safety.
- Demonstrate leadership skills and abilities.
- Strong planning, organizational, and follow up skills.
- Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of manager, clients, customers and the general public.
- Interpersonal skills to develop and maintain professional working relationships with builders, vendors, subordinates and co-workers.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills and process management skills.
- Four year degree preferred, but not required.
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