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Safety & Risk Compliance Coordinator
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Title:Safety & Risk Compliance Coordinator
ID:1182
Company:Cherrylake, Inc
Description



Safety & Risk Compliance Coordinator
 

JOB SUMMARY 

The Safety & Risk Compliance Coordinator will be responsible for engaging a culture of safety throughout the organization by educating and influencing leaders to enhance safety as part of the normal course of business. Provide management support in the planning, development, delivering and evaluation of safety policies, programs and training; promote safety for all employees and compliance with legal regulations and department policies. Ensure compliance with all Federal and State OSHA and FMCSA rules and regulations and provide training, instruction and guidance in these areas. Oversee accident investigations and is also responsible for overseeing all record keeping that is performed after the investigation has come to a close. Develop and implement security and environmental control procedures, define and provide required resources and train related staff. Maintain awareness of current and emerging regulatory requirements and ensure that systems, programs, recordkeeping and reporting procedures comply with requirements. Ensure adherence to fleet operation policy and procedures.  Must also have strong organizational and communication skills, and a keen ability to develop and implement processes.
 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES 

  • Ensure safety and federally administered compliance regulations are enforced for equipments, vehicles, and transport employees.

  • Assist with development and implementation of safety programs and strategies to help prevent or eliminate work related accidents and injuries.

  • Develop and provide safety training. Identifies training needs; develop courses and address needs to facilitate accident and loss prevention, and to meet federal and state requirements. Identify which employees should receive the various training programs.

  • Direct oversight of auditing, reporting, safety inspections, administering safety policies, and implementing safety training programs

  • Maintain safety performance reports and analyze relevant safety data for interpretation,trends and presentation to leadership and management teams.

  • Maintain awareness of current  and emerging regulatory requirements and ensure that systems, programs, recordkeeping and reporting procedures comply with requirements.

  • Work with corporate and local management on accident/incident investigations and reports of employee injuries and vehicular incidents.

  • Involved in FDOT Trucking Associations and keeping management informed of new regulations

  • Responsible to conduct warehouse safety audits and implementing appropriate changes to correct or comply with regulations/standards.

  • Ensure that all regulations and codes are maintained throughout the environment and at all levels of production, warehouse, and office level throughout the organization

  • Interface with regulatory agencies, committee members and staff to formulate corrective actions.


QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent, preferably in Safety, Risk Management or Insurance (Note: Relevant, progressively responsible work experience may be substituted on a year for year basis for the required education.
  • 3 years experience in insurance risk control or health & safety role.

  • Knowledge of OSHA, FMCSA and other federal safety standards, principles, practices and techniques.

  • Knowledgeable in Federal and State Department of Transportation and FMCSA regulations.

  • Strong communication skills – written, verbal, electronic and visual communications for effective expression and clarity.

  • Professional written and verbal communication skills, ability to maintain multiple tasks in an organized manner.

  • Ability to exercise judgment and make decisions in accordance with established laws, regulations, ordinances, departmental policies and procedures.

  • Strong P.C. & organizational skills - intermediate experience with use of MS Word & Excel & Google Docs.

REQUIRED LICENSES / HOURS OF WORK 

  • Valid Driver's License with clean MVR.

  • Industry designations such as ALCM or CSP are desired.

  • Work Hours: Monday - Friday, 8am -5 pm.  Occasional weekends and early morning/evening hours.

 

NOTICE 

CHERRYLAKE, INC. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE THE JOB DESCRIPTION AND/OR REQUIRE ADDITIONAL DUTIES AT ITS DISCRETION.

DFWP, E-Verify & EOE






 

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