Location: Las Vegas NV
Company Name: TeamWork Online
Occupational Category: 11-9041.00,Architectural and Engineering Managers
Date Posted: 2020-04-03
Valid Through: 2020-04-23
Employment Type: FULL_TIME
Reporting to the Vice President of Security, the Director of Safety and Risk is responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining an effective and innovative safety program, with the objective of securing safety, minimizing risk, and protecting the assets of the corporation.
The Director of Safety and Risk will ensure compliance with all legislative and OSHA requirements, including creating and implementing safety programs, training, program compliance and oversight.
The Director of Safety and Risk will provide safety leadership to management, supervise adherence to the corporate safety programs, and ensure compliance with the company safety philosophy and industry best practices.
The Director of Safety and Risk will ensure that the organization meets its obligations to prevent, reduce and mitigate risk exposures and losses to protect the insurability of the organization.
Develop, implement, and ensure compliance with recognized best safety practices to create a safe working environment
Manage and support safety committees and direct the activities of the safety committees relating to safety policy and program implementation
Ensure that public safety programs create a safe and enjoyable environment for guests for Allegiant Stadium
Analyze and evaluate work functions to develop safety, environmental and ergonomic policies to ensure worker health and safety.
Plan, facilitate, and track employee trainings on best safety practices.
Evaluate company exposure to loss through risk identification, assessment and control.
Inspect and audit critical building systems including MEP (mechanical, electrical and plumping) equipment to ensure proper maintenance, function and upkeep standards are maintained
Partner with Claims Administrator to review claims data and analyze behaviors and trends in WC and GL frequencies.
Conduct ongoing inspection of facilities, operations and equipment to insure compliance and that a safe environment is preserved.
In conjunction with insurance company engineers and others, conduct fire protection and safety inspections and coordinate implementation of cost-effective recommendations with company management.
Serve as the professional liaison in case of government agency inspections concerning safety, environmental or ergonomic issues
Manage and direct Industrial Hygiene issues, including industrial material hazards, monitoring of hazards including noise and chemical exposure, and work to minimize exposure.
Lead efforts to identify, recommend, develop, and implement best practice for Company safety programs and help ensure standardization company-wide
Investigate Worker s Compensation claims by the circumstances to determine cause of loss or injury, identify contributing factors and develop corrective action plans to prevent future occupational injuries and illnesses.
Review vendor and union contracts, agreements and proposals to ensure compliance with company safety policies and applicable regulatory requirements
A minimum education level of:
Bachelor of Arts/Sciences Degree (4-year) Area of Study:
Safety Engineering or Environmental Health and Safety or a related field of study
Years of related work experience:
5- 7 years related experience
Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills
Effective facilitation, presentation, and interpersonal skills
Solid understanding of current safety regulations (local, state and federal), policies, and programs
Ability to analyze, interpret, summarize, and present safety data
Must be able to develop strong working relationships with stakeholders across the varies entities
High degree of initiative and ability to work well with minimal oversight
CFPS or familiarity with NFPA and ANSI codes and standards
Demonstrated skills in managing people and projects
Strong analytical, logical and problem-solving skills with a focus on detail and accuracy
Must be willing and able to travel overnight up to 25%
CIH, Ergonomics or equivalent knowledge or training
ARM, CRM or equivalent knowledge or training
Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
OSHA 500 or 501 Trainer
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