Top Safety Manager Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Safety Manager. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Safety Manager resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.2% of Safety Manager resumes contained Safety Procedures as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Safety Manager actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Safety Manager resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Maintain and continuously improve the safety program utilizing historical safety data incorporating the latest updates in safety procedures and equipment.
  • Conducted investigations in cooperation with government agencies to determine causes of transportation accidents and to improve safety procedures.
  • Trained over 1,200 people on the Global Harmonization System and proper safety procedures and environmental compliance awareness.
  • Developed and revised corporate safety procedures that met or exceeded all applicable government Health and Safety standards.
  • Initiated project safety procedures to control and eliminated any hazards or exposure to illness or injury.
  • Implemented safety procedures and policies that improved safety score and awarded personnel for safety efforts.
  • Developed all safety procedures ensuring safety hazards were mitigated in any high hazard work task.
  • Coordinate with 2 additional safety personnel to implement safety procedures for approximately 800 employees.
  • Created safety procedures and policy development and re-aligned existing procedures and policies for compliance.
  • Supervised activities consistent with established operational and safety procedures of all plant direct reports.
  • Updated existing food safety procedures and documentation to keep up with changing requirements.
  • Presented TransCanada Board of Directors with Key Stone Pipeline overview and safety procedures.
  • Instigated internal audits of safety procedures, random checks and impromptu departmental meetings.
  • Developed and implemented Safety Procedures and Hazardous Communication Program for the company.
  • Maintained a relationship and implemented daily safety procedures while managing 110 employees.
  • Used resulting assessments and analyses to develop and implement new safety procedures.
  • Design and implement company wide Safety Programs and site specific Safety Procedures.
  • Review site safety procedures to ensure contract safety representatives are in compliance.
  • Conducted section inspections making sure sections were in compliance with safety procedures/requirements.
  • Conducted facility-wide audits for compliance to written safety procedures and practices.

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2. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Investigated accidents and conducted periodic safety inspections and monitored compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements.
  • Developed and facilitated powered equipment training at Distribution Center; coordinated line management training; kept management updated regarding OSHA regulations.
  • Trained numerous contractors in compliance with OSHA standards; developed comprehensive written safety guidelines for contractors.
  • Provided critical safety and OSHA regulatory oversight for multicultural project for installation of 750K sq.
  • Developed mandatory OSHA required safety training, and presented to all levels of facility personnel.
  • Created and developed ANSI-compliant product safety labeling and OSHA-compliant safety guarding on company-produced machines.
  • Maintained company safety and health statistics for OSHA reporting process including VPP annual documentation.
  • Developed and conducted new employee safety orientation training and OSHA required refresher training.
  • Review MIOSHA citations and as appropriate recommend corrective actions and voluntary settlement agreements.
  • Implemented Plant facility safety compliance initiative to comply with OSHA Regulations.
  • Authored and nationally implemented OSHA compliance policies and procedures.
  • Reported workplace fatalities and hospitalizations to OSHA per protocol.
  • Manage all OSHA-related investigations and regulatory correspondence.
  • Developed a partnership with Cal-OSHA Consultation.
  • Reviewed and maintained company s safety policies, forms, and safety submissions to facilities, online databases, and OSHA.
  • Assess risks, readying rescue equipment and planning practical and effective solutions towards safe working practices in compliance with OSHA standards.
  • Experienced with using Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) and Air Force Occupational Safety and Health (AFOSH) regulations.
  • Collect, manage, and evaluate appropriate documentation related to safety education, OSHA compliance, and other related training programs.
  • Developed OSHA compliance programs, stretching program, safety and ergonomic committees, welding certification program, and incident reporting system.
  • Ensured that the fulfillment of all team members training/ personal developmental goals, knowledge and understanding of OSHA rules and regulations.

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3. Safety Program

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Here's how Safety Program is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Revised and administered the Safety Program, included expanding the Safety Program to include a Hazard Communication and Voluntary Respirator Program.
  • Facilitated efficient management of the workplace specific safety program by standardizing and retaining all Safety Program requirements into one binder.
  • Promote safety program involvement by including mine superintendent, superintendents, engineers, and district safety manager on tours/audits.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of the company project safety program for the Philadelphia Neighborhood Transformation Initiative.
  • Established hearing protection floor plan and facility safety auditing process, and updated safety programs specific to facility.
  • Managed safety program for an aviation maintenance company deployed to Kuwait in support of Army contingency operations.
  • Developed recommendations for essential safety program improvements and presented those recommendations to management for approval and implementation.
  • Implement and maintain safety procedures and facilitate the company's safety program driving continuous safety performance improvement.
  • Developed Electrical Safety Program for current maintenance staff to prevent accidents and a better understanding of dangers.
  • Reviewed food safety program documentation provided by contract clients to assess their programs against regulatory compliance.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement for excellence within the safety program with outstanding results of an organization inspection.
  • Provided construction and industrial contractor safety program administration during continuous upgrade, maintenance and new construction.
  • Administered environmental and safety program requirements; provided all required local and state regulator safety training.
  • Designed and implemented several safety programs that were able to increase awareness and lower incident statistics.
  • Develop and implemented a company employee/management safety committee as part of the company's safety program.
  • Investigated accidents to ascertain causes for use in recommending preventative safety measures and developing safety program.
  • Directed hazardous material environmental compliance and ground safety programs for over 1,400 deployed military personnel.
  • Implemented eye safety program by recognizing hazard trend and utilizing work force and management effectively.
  • Conduct periodic quality assurance inspections regarding field implementation of JVIC health and safety programs i.e.
  • Briefed and kept management/subordinates informed of all updates/amendments to the Wing's Safety Program.

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4. Safety Meetings

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Here's how Safety Meetings is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Managed risk management functions including safety compliance, safety meetings, Hazardous Communication Program and insurance representative contact.
  • Implemented safety rewards system, administered safety meetings, and maintained an efficient inventory of protective equipment.
  • Oversee and/or conduct safety meetings with various employee/non-employee groups to educate and motivate individuals concerning safety.
  • Conduct monthly project safety meetings with contractors, insurance representatives, resident engineers and client personnel.
  • Developed and implemented safety protocol, ensured shop safety compliance, held safety meetings and inspections.
  • Conduct tailgate safety meetings and coordinated daily schedules with project managers, superintendents and foremen.
  • Developed safety programs, implemented corrective actions, and conducted weekly safety meetings and audits.
  • Conducted quarterly divisional safety meetings, and managed safety incentives for the general workforce.
  • Tested exercise equipment to ensure quality * Attended bi-monthly safety meetings as safety manager
  • Supported Alcoa purchasing in Safety Pre-Qualifications, Pre-Bid and Pre-Job safety meetings.
  • Created and delivered critical Safety presentations in monthly required Safety meetings.
  • Conduct weekly and monthly safety meetings with superintendents and sub-contractors.
  • Attend and actively participate in departmental and unit safety meetings.
  • Conducted weekly safety meetings ensuring to meet clients expectations.
  • Attend all general contractor safety meetings/perform weekly safety meetings.
  • Conducted monthly safety meetings as required under OSHA/MIOSHA/DOT regulations.
  • Monitor required safety meetings and provide specific Safety training.
  • Delivered oral and written presentations for monthly safety meetings.
  • Conducted periodic safety meetings with managers and field superintendents.
  • Coordinated and Conducted Quarterly Safety Meetings and Manager Training.

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5. Workers Compensation

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Here's how Workers Compensation is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Administered Workers Compensation Insurance program for company to include a responsive managed care network and a fiscally sound premium return ability.
  • Identified Workers Compensation and General Liability incidents trends by store and developed solutions to reduce and prevent future incidents.
  • Coordinated workers compensation regulations and industrial hygiene monitoring, and directed or conducted chemical and physical exposure assessments.
  • Interact with workers compensation, general and auto liability insurance providers developing risk reduction strategies for accident improvement.
  • Managed on-site medical clinic which minimized workers compensation costs through early intervention and effective medical management action plans.
  • Worked extensively with workers compensation administrators to ensure proper care and quick return of injured employees.
  • Conducted accident and injury investigations and managed those incidents that resulted in to workers compensation claims.
  • Provide case management by coordinating investigations with claims adjusters if requested for workers compensation claims.
  • Perform risk assessments to evaluate prospective clients and determine associated risk for workers compensation exposures.
  • Collaborate with Risk Management and Operation teams on matters related to workers compensation and safety.
  • Perform detailed investigations, root cause analysis, injury and workers compensation case management.
  • Managed insurance claims; workers compensation, general liability, auto liability and property.
  • Monitored Workers Compensation claims, developed data analysis showing primary root causes of accidents.
  • Managed workers compensation claims, cargo claims and provided requisite information to insurance companies.
  • Provided technical assistance to the Human Resources Departments with company Workers Compensation Management.
  • Process all insurance claims including workers compensation & general liability for the organization.
  • Analyzed and reported monthly loss statistics on Workers Compensation and Automobile Liability databases.
  • Improved efficiency of injury management practices by creating and managing Workers Compensation program.
  • Reviewed and evaluated Workers Compensation, Automobile and General Liability cases for resolution.
  • Managed Georgia and Alabama based workers compensation claims/programs and other jurisdictions as needed.

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6. Recordable Injuries

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Here's how Recordable Injuries is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Established safety incentive programs which eliminated recordable injuries for six months.
  • Investigate serious Safety Incidents and recordable injuries.
  • Investigated and reported recordable injuries and accidents.
  • Worked with the plant's Safety Team to design a leaf lard stand that helped eliminate 19 recordable injuries a year.
  • Spearheaded incentive-based safety program which contributed to a six-month period with zero recordable injuries and zero hours of lost work time.
  • Helped to bring down EMR, incident rates and recordable injuries by over 50% in my three year tenure.
  • Lead accident investigation for all incidents including near misses, first aid, recordable injuries, and waste disposal.
  • Participate in the development of a strong injury free environment reaching more than one million man-hours without recordable injuries.
  • Reduced OSHA recordable injuries by 76%, maintaining an incident rate over 65% below industry standards.
  • Attained ZERO OSHA recordable injuries in 2016 and on track to achieve 12 years no lost time accidents.
  • Manage near misses, incident reports, and all accidents to minimize loss time and recordable injuries.
  • Company saw over 50% reduction in 2013 in the # of OSHA Recordable injuries over 2012.
  • Lowered the number of recordable injuries from a high of 54 down to 2 in 2015.
  • Provided Safety oversight for 8 million dollar construction activity with 0 Lost Time or Recordable injuries.
  • Completed this project with 0 OSHA recordable injuries and less than 20 first aid cases.
  • Managed over 200,000 man hours with 0 recordable injuries and 4 first aid cases.
  • Reduced recordable injuries by 90% and First Aid injuries by 95%.
  • Conduct formal reviews for all OSHA recordable injuries and countermeasures with top management.
  • Managed OSHA 300 and 301 logs for recordable injuries (multiple facilities).
  • Investigated recordable injuries and created action plans to stop re-occurrence of injuries.

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7. Corrective Action

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Here's how Corrective Action is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Conducted daily field audits of all construction activities stopping any violation or unsafe practice observed and implemented the appropriate corrective action.
  • Developed and implemented accident investigation, data analysis, and recurrence prevention programs, and tracked corrective actions resulting from investigations.
  • Investigated accidents/ injuries utilizing various root cause analysis tools, identifying contributing factors leading towards corrective action initiatives.
  • Maintained accident reporting systems; and personally investigated serious accidents and developed corrective action plans to eliminate causes.
  • Conducted hazard analysis and inspections of unit property and facilities, checking for deficiencies and recommending corrective actions.
  • Advise personnel and other safety representatives of appropriate safety and occupational health corrective actions to control/eliminate workplace hazards.
  • Facilitated accidents, incident, spill investigations identifying root causes and implementing corrective actions to eliminate repeat occurrences.
  • Implemented a vigorous incident investigation program to obtain improved data on injuries and tracking of corrective action completion.
  • Lead accident and near-miss investigations to identify and implement corrective action and measure effectiveness of hazard mitigation controls.
  • Investigated accidents/near misses to determine root cause and provided appropriate corrective action recommendations to prevent repeat occurrences.
  • Prepared written evaluation reports concerning findings with recommendations and follow-up process to Higher Headquarters with corrective actions.
  • Communicate with Customers and Regulatory Bodies and report to Executive Management any deficiencies and propose corrective actions.
  • Lead thorough investigations to determine basic root causes and developed and implement robust systemic corrective action plans.
  • Identified potential hazards to people, processes or property and recommended corrective action to facility management.
  • Provide manufacturing with support on problem solving/corrective action implementation, defect prevention and continuous improvement activities.
  • Review accidents and incidents; conducting investigations with follow up reporting monitoring of the corrective actions.
  • Review reports and initiate and implement corrective actions for specific situations identified by outside agencies.
  • Reviewed and coordinated on all mishap reports and recommended mishap corrective actions to senior personnel.
  • Performed all accidents investigations for two projects and identified root cause and recommend corrective actions.
  • Prepared appropriate documentation and monitored progress of corrective action plans to address findings and recommendations.

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8. Site Safety

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Here's how Site Safety is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Conduct on-site safety inspections ensuring compliance with existing company safety standards, as well as identifying and correcting any potential hazards.
  • Contracted as owner representative hired to develop, revise and implement site Safety and Quality Controlled policy and procedures.
  • Conduct site safety inspections to identify hazards and document all inspections while providing technical assistance for safe working conditions.
  • Conducted on-site safety inspections to identify possible OSHA violations and safety hazards in general industry and construction.
  • Performed detailed comprehensive site safety audits and establish corrective action plans with project teams targeting improvement.
  • Implemented mandatory site safety requirements including a medical management program on CCIP for Gross Mechanical.
  • Conducted site safety orientation/safety training for contractors including new employee drug screening 8.
  • Establish and conduct monthly worker compensation reports to ultimately conduct site safety Committees.
  • Preformed daily construction site safety audits, which eliminated numerous work related hazards.
  • Performed site safety audits and recommended corrective actions to superintendents and subcontractors.
  • Responded to emergencies and provided on-site safety consultation to the incident commander.
  • Perform accident investigation, training, regulatory compliance and site safety inspections.
  • Perform site safety audits/inspections, and implement necessary corrective action as needed.
  • Conducted site safety audits to identify and correct potential safety hazards.
  • Perform site safety inspections for potential hazards, review daily documentation.
  • Performed biannual site safety inspections enforcing OSHA regulations at all facilities.
  • Managed and implemented all on-site safety and accident prevention programs.
  • Facilitated daily safety progress meetings for all site safety representatives.
  • Performed daily random site safety inspections with sub-contractor safety representatives.
  • Conducted site safety orientation for approximately 50 new workers daily.

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9. Personal Protective Equipment

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Here's how Personal Protective Equipment is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Prepare, justify and administer an operating budget including staffing requirements, personal protective equipment, and OSH program administration.
  • Conducted industrial hygiene activities including exposure monitoring and assessments; personal protective equipment evaluations and job exposure profiles.
  • Performed periodic safety audits to ensure the appropriate personal protective equipment was properly identified, used and maintained.
  • Reviewed work schedules; established personal protective equipment requirements; anticipated hazards and implemented support safety activities.
  • Recommended training, engineering controls, and personal protective equipment to eliminate or minimize hazardous exposure.
  • Conducted hazard assessments for personal protective equipment and selected appropriate equipment for maintenance and construction crews.
  • Coordinate with Project Supervision so that necessary personal protective equipment and safety materials are utilized.
  • Performed PPE hazard assessments and selected appropriate personal protective equipment to provide worker protection.
  • Inspected, ordered, and replaced personal protective equipment and maintained PPE distribution database
  • Selected, purchased, and inventoried safety equipment and other personal protective equipment.
  • Directed operations of company supply store and personal protective equipment purchase program.
  • Provided job hazard analysis and recommended personal protective equipment and provided training.
  • Established the need for personal protective equipment and monitors usage and effectiveness.
  • Evaluate effectiveness of the personal protective equipment being issued to personnel.
  • Evaluated Personal Protective Equipment needs and maintained adequate inventory levels.
  • Provide oversight for inventory and ordering of personal protective equipment
  • Implement Personal Protective Equipment Program and maintained proper inventory.
  • Conducted Ergonomic and Personal Protective Equipment Assessments.
  • Supply and maintain personal protective equipment.
  • Managed inventory for Personal Protective Equipment.

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10. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Conduct periodic safety inspections of all locations to ensure compliance with both regulatory and corporate requirements including feed mills and hatchery.
  • Train supervision and management on the corporate incident reporting database and ensure compliance with corporate incident investigation and reporting procedures.
  • Developed policies and procedures to ensure compliance with continuing changes in statutory environmental, safety and health standards and regulations.
  • Developed and implemented a variety of procedures/policies to ensure compliance with corporate, state, or federal agency guidelines.
  • Administered salary administration program to ensure compliance and equity within organization to ensure positions and job descriptions are accurate.
  • Report any safety hazards to concerns to management to ensure compliance with Occupational Health and Safety Administration OSHA requirements.
  • Conducted safety inspections and audited distribution center reports to ensure compliance with local, state and federal regulations.
  • Supervised, inspected, and assisted aviation safety programs of subordinate organizations to ensure compliance with applicable regulations.
  • Managed administrative, purchasing, safety training and safety monitoring operations to ensure compliance with highly regulated procedures
  • Interact with customer safety personnel to develop relationships and ensure compliance with individual customer company requirements.
  • Perform on-site inspections to ensure compliance with Construction Industry regulations, standards and Company safety policy.
  • Established safety programs designed to reduce and eliminate worker injury and ensure compliance with OSHA regulations.
  • Traveled to each warehouse/production/distribution center and conducted audits to ensure compliance with company and governmental regulations.
  • Performed subcontractor safety program reviews to ensure compliance with and participation in overall site-specific safety programs.
  • Maintain direct communication with client administration to ensure compliance with all plant regulations.
  • Conducted periodic inspections and assists with specific safety training and ensure compliance.
  • Research environmental regulations and policies and institute changes to ensure compliance.
  • Monitored company personnel at ThyssenKrupp site to ensure compliance with safety regulations
  • Monitor vehicular and pedestrian traffic to ensure compliance with safety guidelines.
  • Developed and maintained safety programs to ensure compliance was maintained.

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11. Safety Audits

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Here's how Safety Audits is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Introduced and launched a new and extensive Safety Audit Program for operations and conducted monthly departmental and business unit safety audits.
  • Designed national protocol for conducting safety audits as well as process to incorporate safety into the Quality Management system.
  • Conduct safety audits of facilities to pinpoint unsafe working conditions and practices and develop sound recommendations for corrections.
  • Prepared appropriate documentation, conducted safety audits, investigate accidents, and analyze environmental impact of any incident.
  • Conducted internal safety audits and inspections while also reviewing processes for regulatory compliance and internal company expectations.
  • Conducted safety audits and inspections to ensure compliance with occupational and environmental health and safety requirements.
  • Performed annual safety audits of the installations safety and health programs and conducted facility inspections.
  • Participated in bi-annual environmental and safety audits with minimal findings or corrective actions required.
  • Performed facility safety audits weekly & perform random inspections of personnel to maintain compliance.
  • Facilitated plant hygiene studies, internal personnel safety audits and animal safety inspections.
  • Developed and conducted daily and formal field/administrated safety audits of contractor safety programs.
  • Perform daily/weekly safety audits of facility as mandated per established Appleton Safety standards.
  • Performed regular field safety audits and interfaced with client safety and management personnel.
  • Performed documented safety audits and inspections of construction personnel and contractor activities.
  • Developed and implemented schedules that allowed Management to attend daily safety audits.
  • Initiated regular safety audits of all facilities that eliminated potential OSHA violations.
  • Accomplished Safety Audits nationwide for American Water on United States Military bases.
  • Conducted safety audits and worked with department managers to resolve unsafe conditions.
  • Conducted facility safety audits, accident investigations and hazardous waste oversight.
  • Monitor subcontractor compliance, workplace inspections, safety audits, safety training

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12. Safety Committee

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Here's how Safety Committee is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Formalize safety committees with all departments to analyze current situation and recommend safety improvements; leverage regional peers on best practices.
  • Increased safety awareness through a revitalized and expanded safety committee, targeted safety programs, and start-up of monthly safety audits.
  • Managed Safety Committee Meetings, drafted and implemented the Installation's Accident Prevention Program and corresponding project-required policy documents.
  • Chair weekly safety committee meetings with company employees, contractors/owner representatives to address current and future safety concerns.
  • Led and developed government mandated Safety Committee with company executives to maintain and review safety at firm.
  • Implemented safety committee to establish representatives from production and to review safety observances and accident investigations.
  • Provided leadership for safety committee, hazardous materials/waste committee and co-chairs the emergency preparedness committee.
  • Created and established an effective Safety Committee to review and enforce safety guidelines company wide.
  • Implemented Joint Employee-Management Safety Committee in a Union Environment to ensure continuous safety improvement processes.
  • Communicate with supervisors through monthly safety supervisors meetings and facilitated company safety committee meetings.
  • Served as Company s representative on environmental and safety committees, both internally and externally
  • Lead and coordinated monthly associate Safety Committee Meetings and Safety/Human Resource Town Hall Meetings.
  • Chaired Safety Committee meetings aimed towards continuous improvement through laborer feedback and recommendations.
  • Chaired safety committee, educated staff, monitored progressions and enforced safety standards.
  • Served on company safety committee and assisted in injury reporting and safety education.
  • Organized and implemented the Safety Committee, improved employee collaboration with safety compliance.
  • Formed root cause analysis followed by post-accident/incident review with safety committee members.
  • Restructured the Safety Committee achieving increased safety awareness and faster hazard resolution.
  • Led/facilitated Safety Committees and conducted Annual Safety and New Hire Safety Training.
  • Participate in our Corporate Safety Committee that is composed of Senior Management.

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13. Safety Inspections

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Here's how Safety Inspections is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Incorporated Safety Standard Operating Procedures for 18 squadrons and 2 Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Departments to ensure same safety inspections/practices are followed.
  • Documented repairs and maintenance scheduling, performing periodic safety inspections on vehicles and facilities, and maintained vehicles and equipment.
  • Developed and employed unique tracking matrix for monthly ground safety inspections-increased process accuracy 60 % over previous program owner.
  • Conducted store audits and safety inspections for compliance with claims reporting and management requirements along with regulatory requirements.
  • Conducted weekly safety inspections in all cognizant spaces and compartments identifying various discrepancies to the Work Center Supervisors.
  • Managed safety, including accident investigations, worker's compensation claims and safety inspections pertaining to compliance.
  • Conducted new hire/safety orientations, monthly safety inspections, weekly safety meetings, and periodic safety training.
  • Conducted periodic on-site safety inspections; supervised Corporate Safety Committee; investigated all accidents or incidents.
  • Conducted safety inspections to identify unsafe work practices and procedures; counseled management and employees accordingly.
  • Coordinated facility safety inspections and collaborated with insurance companies and other outside agencies on inspections.
  • Conducted facility safety inspections to ensure both fire/life safety and OSHA regulations were in compliance.
  • Perform daily safety inspections of facility and all safety equipment, identifying any hazardous conditions.
  • Perform contractor safety inspections as needed b. Organize yearly internal audits of JCI controlled equipment/processes.
  • Conducted weekly meetings addressing safety inspections and industrial hygiene surveys in order to improve conditions.
  • Conducted daily safety inspections on all critical projects to insure conformity with governmental customer requirements.
  • Performed safety inspections in manufacturing facilities to identify and recommend solutions for compliance issues.
  • Conduct Building Safety inspections & ensure violations are corrected through communication with department management.
  • Conducted plant safety inspections such as monthly fire extinguisher inspection and air quality analysis.
  • Performed work in progress safety inspections and provided direct assistance in correcting safety concerns.
  • Performed monthly safety inspections and instructed and monitored Managers and staff on safety focuses

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14. Safety Management

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Here's how Safety Management is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Developed a safety management manual, implemented and in-serviced employee's regarding safety management, accident reporting and transitional work programs.
  • Reinforced site-specific health and safety policies and procedures as required under umbrella insurance, and WTC/Port Authority safety management team.
  • Performed safety management evaluations/inspections and assistance visits of District elements within the Regional footprint to include civil and military projects.
  • Collected, analyzed and prepared health and safety management information and statistical data reports necessary for planning and decision-making purposes.
  • Applied process safety management principles to reduce chemical hazard risks and developed appropriate safety management system including training sessions.
  • Trained and developed national staff to meet international standards in Logistics, Marine and Helicopter Operations and Safety Management.
  • Managed the Corporate Process Safety Management program for operations including the natural gas gathering, processing and transmission divisions.
  • Assisted in various other capacities including safety management, inventory control, costing management and material usage monitoring.
  • Support market operations with incorporating system safety management in operations activities for multiple service lines at multiple locations.
  • Administrated the field safety management program, audited safety performance and provided data analysis and implemented corrective actions.
  • Championed provision of safety management services for Exxon/Mobil contract, overseeing operations to ensure compliance with safety requirements.
  • Participated in development of ASR's corporate-wide Safety Management System and audits of both refinery and non-refinery plants.
  • Coordinated with client safety management in order to assure client satisfaction through parallels in safety policy goals.
  • Experience with Safety Management, Environmental Protection Agencies, Military Departments, and domestic and international clients.
  • Facilitate dissemination of information and updates on regulatory changes in Management of Hazardous Materials and Safety Management.
  • Developed and administered all process safety management/risk management plan requirements and assisted with SARA title III reporting.
  • Controlled hazardous working conditions and unsafe employee activities through safety management team and project supervisory personnel.
  • Spearheaded quality assurance and safety management program for marine industry of manned and unmanned underwater systems.
  • Assisted Project Management staff and T/A Safety Management in implementing the project and refinery safety program.
  • Participated on a corporate initiative to establish a Process Safety Management program into the manufacturing operations.

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15. Incident Investigations

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Here's how Incident Investigations is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Perform accident/incident investigations and enforce company disciplinary policy.
  • Conducted accident/incident investigations and implement preventative measures.
  • Assist in facilitating/conducting accident/incident investigations.
  • Performed department safety audits, inspections and incident investigations; recommended safety and occupational health policy to higher levels of management.
  • Provide technical expertise and participate in injury/incident investigations to assist in identifying root cause analysis and provide recommendations to prevent recurrence.
  • Direct incident investigations, employee/contractor training, statistical near-miss evaluations, site audits and task-specific operational risk management forecasting activities.
  • Provide assistance to subcontractor safety personnel during incident investigations and perform incident investigations for facility incidents involving URENCO USA personnel.
  • Conduct post-accident/incident investigations and prepare reports identifying possible accident causes and hazards for use by company personnel and senior management.
  • Perform incident investigations, monitor completion of action items, manage safety observations, and address any system-wide implications.
  • Facilitated incident investigations for all major EHS events and directed technical safety staff in the investigation of minor incidents.
  • Supervised safety incident investigations, assisted with root cause analysis and future prevention methods later adopted by executive leadership.
  • Conducted safety audits, inspections and incident investigations; issued recommendations for safety process improvements and appropriate corrective actions.
  • Assisted aviation/explosives safety with incident investigations that involved in-flight emergencies, hazardous air traffic reports, and weapon systems.
  • Conducted safety audits, HSE training, incident investigations, industrial hygiene monitoring and sample collection at facility locations.
  • Directed incident investigations involving serious injury, chemical releases/spills, and major losses and disruptions to continuity of operations.
  • Develop and implement emergency action procedures and conduct near miss and incident investigations to determine the best corrective action.
  • Completed accidents reports, incident investigations, root cause analysis and develop lessons learned procedures to prevent future incidents.
  • Spearheaded incident investigations to determine issues and causes, creating detailed reports and recommending / enforcing corrective actions.
  • Led incident investigations, coordinated and conducted various training sessions, and interviewed employees following any work-related injuries.
  • Participated in safety & industrial hygiene reviews, routine safety inspections and incident investigations, making appropriate recommendations.

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16. EPA

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Here's how EPA is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Prepared prompt and accurate reports relative to all internal and external inventory deficiencies, loss/prevention, merchandise recovery and accident investigations.
  • Initiated, recorded, and prepared investigations reports concerning industrial and personnel safety mishaps to be submitted to upper management.
  • Maintained all emergency preparedness plans, Hazard Vulnerability Analysis documentation, emergency equipment inventory and other emergency management duties.
  • Prepare for and participate in regulatory agency inspections and ensure compliance with company policy, federal and state regulations.
  • Supervised safety personnel during seven month audit ensuring compliance of Department of Energy facility before federal Tiger Team inspection.
  • Prepared and submitted reports with evaluation findings to department managers and reviewed comprehensive fixes to mitigate or eliminate hazards.
  • Aided in preparing Voluntary Disclosures when a non-compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations occurred and a Voluntary Disclosure was required.
  • Developed professional relationships with local law enforcement agencies including the Boulder Police Department and the CU Boulder Police Department.
  • Disseminated information to department heads and others regarding toxic substances, hazards, carcinogens and other safety information.
  • Direct management and supervision of a military flight standardization department and performed duties as the unit Safety Officer.
  • Developed both On-Site and separate PMO incident reporting structures including evacuation routes via Injury/Accident/Incident Phone Notification Trees.
  • Corrected catastrophic firefighting equipment deficiencies by returning to scheduled inspections, replacement program and fixed systems repair.
  • Managed Hepatitis B Vaccination program, Tuberculosis Prevention program, radiation safety, and chemical safety.
  • Prepared and distributed continuing education by way of PowerPoint presentations on focused subjects as refresher training.
  • Designed and assisted Force Protection department in development of new guard tower locations and security fencing.
  • Established audit criteria, assessed deficiencies and/or discrepancies and suggested and implemented corrective action as needed.
  • Developed and maintained departmental facilities budgets and yearly funding requests to academic and administrative offices.
  • Assisted department heads and administrators in enforcing state and federal safety regulations and codes.
  • Investigated Accidents/Injuries/Incidents - initiated review board/safety panels with on duty staff and department heads.
  • Oversee transportation safety department and personnel consisting of approximately 175 tractors/drivers and 300 trailers.

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17. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Performed periodic job site inspections and prepare observation reports, investigated safety incidents and accidents, and recommended corrective action.
  • Boost accountability culture by implementing monthly safety conference calls where supervision and management discuss job site safety.
  • Conducted day-to-day monitoring and implemented audits of industrial services job sites for OSHA regulation compliance.
  • Conducted job sites inspections identified and mitigated safety concerns and hazards.
  • Managed job site safety coordinators and monitored their work performance.
  • Conduct daily job site inspections and uphold company safety requirements.
  • Conduct safety orientations, audits and job site management
  • Communicate openly with job site superintendents and subcontractors.
  • Conduct accident investigations and job site inspections.
  • Conduct job site specific training for contractors/sub-contractors.
  • Respond to all medical emergencies; enforce all safety rules and responsibilities, policies and procedures on multiple convention job sites.
  • Conducted daily safety job meetings with employees and subcontractors to review any potential hazards or unsafe conditions on the job site.
  • Ensured the safety on the job site, provided safety training for contractors, and led site orientations for new employees.
  • Facilitated Daily Safety Meetings; created Safety Activity Plans, Job Site Orientations, Job Site Audits, and Equipment Certifications.
  • Conduct periodic audits and safety inspections of all job sites and direct corrective actions for any unsafe conditions or work practices.
  • Audit Management- Conducted daily safety audits on job sites and in the shop to ensure compliance-driven process among team members.
  • Conducted weekly job site audits which were viewed by the companies Vice President or administrative assistant to the Vice President.
  • Managed a crew of three safety engineers and a field work force of 350+ men working at various job sites.
  • Conduct job site audits to ensure compliance with DOT and OSHA regulations, as well as Company policies and procedures.
  • Inspect job sites on a regular basis to verify compliance with various regulatory agencies and identify unsafe or dangerous conditions.

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18. Job Safety Analysis

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Here's how Job Safety Analysis is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Implemented a job safety analysis program, which was incorporated into GMP documentation in all manufacturing facilities.
  • Incorporate corrective actions into Nicholson Construction's safety policies, procedures and job safety analysis.
  • Assisted the contractor in writing Job Safety Analysis documentation and other safety documents.
  • Incorporated a Job Safety Analysis program and work permits into daily drilling operations.
  • Performed and developed Job Safety Analysis on new equipment and potentially dangerous machinery.
  • Developed and implemented Ergonomic Job Safety Analysis for all mill work positions.
  • Conducted Job Safety Analysis of operations processes to identify potential risks.
  • Conducted ergonomic analysis, job safety analysis and accident investigations.
  • Developed and implemented Job Safety Analysis and Job Safety Instructions.
  • Performed job safety analysis focusing on ergonomic workstation improvements.
  • Develop job safety analysis for all new operations.
  • Established job safety analysis for all position profiles.
  • Created and implemented Job Safety Analysis.
  • Implemented job safety analysis procedure.
  • Establish Job Safety Analysis for all daily activities, and effectively communicating hazards and preventive measure to all employees and staff.
  • Trained first-line supervisors and line employees to write job specific Job Safety Analysis (JSA) for all production facility tasks.
  • Conduct employee hiring orientation and interviews, conducted safety training, inspection programs, program revisions, and job safety analysis.
  • Prepare and maintain a job safety analysis of each job to identify associated hazards and recommend steps to address the hazards.
  • Completed and reviewed Job Safety Analysis on various types of work being performed in an industrial and construction site setting.
  • Developed AMS Safety manual, writing training programs, Job Safety Analysis, health & safety procedures for the same.

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19. Risk Management

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Here's how Risk Management is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Deliver Environmental, Health and Safety leadership by coordinating and conducting effective environmental compliance, risk management and project management services.
  • Conducted accident investigations, risk management assessments, causal analysis, as well as extensive training for accident prevention and safety.
  • Developed, established coordinated and administered safety department for a trucking company focusing on proactive and reactive risk management program.
  • Conducted risk management; meetings and training classes; accident prevention inspections and investigations; mentored two subordinate safety managers.
  • Participated in planning and execution of intricate missions involving complex systems, ensuring appropriate crew resource and risk management.
  • Managed the training of base personnel on Operational Risk Management, Federal-Work Center Hazardous Communication and other emergency procedures.
  • Performed data analysis on accident information to determine focus areas for remediation, prevention and risk management.
  • Increased staff awareness through employee safety training, risk management consultations/audits, and claims management consultations.
  • Maintained and updated relevant risk management procedures and Health and Safety standards and documentation for projects.
  • Customized and delivered formal Root Cause incident investigation training and Operational Risk Management at all levels.
  • Developed and implemented composite risk management and training program, including hazard identification and mitigation.
  • Establish installation level risk management implementation procedures and training into all activities and operations.
  • Managed, developed and incorporated safety, environmental, risk management and insurance programs.
  • Facilitate communication, collaboration and coordination among member Colleges and enterprise risk management initiatives.
  • Assisted with insurance renewal negotiations and in preparing the annual risk management assessment package.
  • Provide leadership and risk management expertise to the corporate risk management team and organization.
  • Coordinated and aligned company risk management strategies with personal and property goals and objectives.
  • Supervised and evaluated 40 Safety Officers in all areas associated with risk management.
  • Conducted investigations and evaluates risk management claims to identify hazards and loss trends.
  • Analyzed statistical data from injury/illness/loss reports and applied appropriate risk management process controls.

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20. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Managed 24 hour operations on-call of safety and hazardous materials program supervising and collaborated the activity of employees and external customers.
  • Developed and maintained the factory general industry safety and construction safety programs, chemical management program, and hazardous materials program.
  • Developed interpersonal relations with supervisors above my pay grade and ensured all 700 personnel working with hazardous materials were trained.
  • Monitor all current information on regulations and requirements related to hazardous materials and agents.
  • Provided safety oversight to departments with hazardous and non-hazardous materials for proper disposal.
  • Served as the Hazardous Materials Decontamination and Safety Manager for the military unit.
  • Managed employee compliance with regulations for disposal of hazardous materials.
  • Inspected areas for environmental concerns to include hazardous materials.
  • Oversee shipping activities and possess hazardous materials shipping certification.
  • Replenished and distributed hazardous materials to their respective sections.
  • Received pro-board certification for Hazardous Materials Technician.
  • Conducted Service and Hazardous Materials training.
  • Learned the complete process to best understand health issue risks and develop health standards to reduce employee exposure to hazardous materials.
  • Completed training annually relating to high standards and procedures handling Select Agent, BSL-3 Agents, and bio-hazardous materials and waste.
  • Monitored and enforced activities related to Confined Space, Hazardous Materials Handling, Lock Out Tag Out and Fall Protection.
  • Established and maintained facility specific management plans for hazardous waste and non-hazardous materials in compliance with OSHA and EPA regulations.
  • Air Quality Management District, State Water Resources Control Board, Hazardous Materials Management, County Fire Regulatory Agency.
  • Instituted employee Forklift and Hazardous Materials education, ensuring employees were in compliance with all regulatory rules and standards.
  • Conducted 24-hour hazardous materials training in order to assure a highly trained, cost effective rapid internal response team.
  • Respond to emergency situations involving hazardous materials, chemical spills, motor vehicle accidents, and employee injuries.

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21. Training Programs

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Here's how Training Programs is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Collaborate with security in coordinating and training programs for employees for better awareness of safety regarding security issues and procedures.
  • Created and implemented state-of-the-art, CDROM-based online training programs to establish workforce education consistency across all domestic and international projects.
  • Planned, developed and conducted education and training programs related to patient safety and related quality management topics.
  • Implemented and maintained successful safety award and training programs which produced positive results toward warehouse goals and initiatives.
  • Developed and delivered training programs in an effort to reduce employee injuries and protect organizational assets.
  • Developed site specific safety training programs and provided other safety related technical assistance to Company customers.
  • Developed and delivered training programs, and maintained excellent relationship with the Union and Municipal Authorities.
  • Develop and implement safety training programs including ergonomics, powered industrial truck operation and hazard communication.
  • Develop and carry out training programs for Superintendents, Subcontractors and Property Management Maintenance Supervisors.
  • Developed and implemented an orientation program and facilitated various OSHA training programs for staff.
  • Supported corporate safety program by developing employee and subcontractor safety orientation training programs.
  • Developed and presented construction safety training programs for management, employees and sub-contractors.
  • Developed Safety Training programs and conducted training for all elements within each organization.
  • Developed training programs for driver trainers throughout Florida to ensure consistency in training.
  • Pioneered certification training programs centering on customer interaction skills and ethical practices.
  • Managed the safety and training programs for a para-transit transportation service organization.
  • Design and implement employee safety, environmental and incident prevention training programs.
  • Directed, developed and delivered driver and passenger safety training programs.
  • Developed and facilitated health, safety, and environmental training programs.
  • Coordinate work group activities, quality training programs and corrective/preventive actions.

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22. EHS

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Here's how EHS is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Conducted routine EHS inspections at statewide locations and Residential Community Centers, including industry manufacturing programs.
  • Conducted new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward EHS organizational objectives.
  • Partnered with various departments to ensure relevant EHS training is successfully implemented.
  • Managed EHS activities for two additional processing facilities in Maryland and Wisconsin.
  • Delivered timely and accurate site safety metrics to Regional EHS Manager.
  • Interviewed and recommend EHS personnel for openings and recommend developmental program.
  • Conduct New Hire Safety Orientation for employees and Contractor EHS Orientation/certification.
  • Developed and managed Corporate EHS audit program for North American operations.
  • Provide effective worker EHS orientation and manage records of participation.
  • Participate in national/local labor negotiations focused on EHS.
  • Established and implemented EHS Management standards for company.
  • Participated in monitoring and controlling EHS standards.
  • Developed EHS management system documents.
  • Create Team EHS Management principals, train team on its concepts and assist in leading team EHS initiatives in project management.
  • Sound knowledge of federal, state and local legal requirements is prerequisite to developing and managing effective EHS compliance management systems.
  • Maintain an up-to-date EHS program along with ISO 14001 and ISO 18001 certification to ensure employees are trained in the requirements.
  • Worked closely with staff and conducted bi-weekly EHS staff meetings to train and lead staff in EHS programs and strategies.
  • Track and regularly report the status of regulatory compliance and improvement initiatives to Plant Manager and Corporate Director of EHS.
  • Conducted safety training orientation sessions and teaching OSHA courses to ensure that (EHS) policies and procedures are followed.
  • Coordinated Environmental health and safety (EHS) work to create and enforce a culture of safety within the organization.

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23. Safety Compliance

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Here's how Safety Compliance is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Conducted Safety Audits, Safety walk-downs, enforced Safety compliance, issued Personal Protective Equipment and collaborated with Toyota Safety department.
  • Conduct site safety inspections and safety programs audits on a regular basis providing leadership and direction of safety compliance and initiatives.
  • Perform routine plant surveys/audits, inspect facilities for environmental, safety compliance/concerns, potential security concerns, and correct unsafe habits.
  • Observe and evaluate contractor safety compliance and ensure all contracted personnel properly trained in site safety requirements and procedures.
  • Managed health and safety compliance in correctional facility through training, periodic audits, and industrial hygiene recommendations.
  • Provided ongoing safety training to all field personnel to insure safety compliance in a consistently changing environment.
  • Review results of safety compliance audits and inspections; make recommendations for correction/prevention of non-compliance findings.
  • Provided verification of all legal obligations and requirements of safety compliance through training and development.
  • Conduct annual safety compliance and hazardous operation inspections and writes detailed reports of assigned facilities.
  • Performed the same job duties as listed above in current Environmental/Safety Compliance Administrator position.
  • Advised executive management on safety compliance concerns, preventative actions, and risk mitigation.
  • Implemented and monitored procedures and programs established to promote the system-wide safety compliance.
  • Maintained records and insured safety compliance with State and Federal regulations.
  • Conducted on-site construction safety compliance / inspections with facilities management /contractors.
  • Implemented activities to gain safety compliance and reduce accident frequency.
  • Conducted annual safety compliance inspections and authored new safety regulations.
  • Develop new and revise existing safety compliance programs as necessary.
  • Ensured safety compliance on the project and surrounding Military community.
  • Surged Safety Compliance with government/company regulations to minimize workplace accidents.
  • Monitored subcontractors to ensure safety compliance in daily inspections.

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24. Occupational Safety

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Here's how Occupational Safety is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Provided expert technical direction in facilitating strategic planning and oversight to facilities in the area of occupational safety and health.
  • Developed, coordinated, and presented training presentations on various occupational safety and health topics to + Safety Coordinators.
  • Participate in annual personnel evaluation and career counseling of an occupational safety, industrial hygiene staff.
  • Assist in the management of integrating of Occupational hygiene, Occupational medicine and Occupational Safety.
  • Performed periodic inspection and evaluation to determine compliance with appropriate occupational safety and health regulations.
  • Coordinated comprehensive safety reviews and training programs, which covered employee testing, occupational safety.
  • Provide varied technical support/ consultation in system safety, occupational safety and health areas.
  • Monitor performance of occupational safety to ensure effectiveness and efficiency aligns with production goals.
  • Conducted occupational safety and Health inspections to evaluate safety related needs and make recommendations.
  • Participate in developing training programs in occupational safety and health for all personnel.
  • Review statistical studies, technological advances, or regulatory standards/trends on occupational safety.
  • Developed, reviewed, evaluated and maintained occupational safety and health programs.
  • Certificate in General Industry Occupational Safety and Health- Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • Trained engineers, supervisors and workers on environmental and occupational safety.
  • Performed work site analysis on occupational safety and health training requirements.
  • Establish occupational safety and health programs to mitigate accidents and injuries.
  • Perform budgeting responsibilities and provide oversight for Occupational Safety department.
  • Ensured compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements.
  • Oversaw/Trained 215 supervisors in Occupational Safety and Health standards.
  • Specify control measures to mitigate identified occupational safety risks.

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25. Safety Issues

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Here's how Safety Issues is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Update instructions and regulations regarding incident prevention and other safety issues, including safe storage of hazardous materials.
  • Provide patient safety training to all staff during facility/command indoctrination and ensure education for ongoing patient safety issues.
  • Provided administrative and technical guidance to employees concerning safety issues including incidence prevention and safe work practices.
  • Collaborate with quality and regulatory groups within medical device company to address potential safety issues.
  • Prepared biweekly safety updates to division senior staff and provided recommendations on safety issues.
  • Evaluated accident statistics and made recommendations to management to correct safety issues and problems.
  • Provided assistance and advice on safety issues to make recommendations to facility management.
  • Prevented and addressed safety issues by leading quarterly safety inspections and monthly meetings.
  • Lead efforts to identify and resolve safety issues relating to manufacturing operations.
  • Collaborate directly with the Safety Department regarding safety issues and compliance.
  • Conducted training on safety issues specific to the transformer manufacturing industry.
  • Direct implementation of strategies to effectively resolve health and safety issues.
  • Provided testimony and materials for legal inquiries regarding safety issues.
  • Reviewed and approved safety issues concerning construction related topics.
  • Communicated safety issues to management on a daily basis.
  • Inventory control/Customer accounts/Safety issues/Forklift and delivery truck maintenance.
  • Investigated patient safety issues within the facility.
  • Conduct root cause analysis of quality/safety issues.
  • Deal with workers' compensation claims and oversee accident investigations, as well as day to day safety issues and concerns.
  • Address pub safety issues, write up monthly reports, and talk with employees at staff meetings about any safety concerns.

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26. Safety Culture

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Here's how Safety Culture is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Worked with over 200 companies to implement Behavior Based Safety within their organizations creating a safety culture of observations and communication.
  • Conducted unscheduled location Safety Assessments to include safety culture, safe behavior, frequency rate performance and regulatory compliance.
  • Maintained a safety culture that reduced injuries and increased employee awareness by continuous involvement and interaction with employees.
  • Restructured and aligned Safety Teams that successfully cultivated a proactive safety culture and drove positive behavior change.
  • Manage behavioral safety implementation activities including training, safety culture assessments, and safety process assessments.
  • Coordinated with individual contractor safety personnel their responsibilities in promoting a safety culture in their employees.
  • Conducted safety meetings and developed safety cultures with an emphasis on hazard recognition and planning.
  • Cultivated a top-down, positive safety culture by actively involving all employees in behavior-based safety.
  • Apply occupational health and safety principles/best practices to 250+ employees to foster zero-injury safety culture.
  • Reviewed past safety performance and implemented corrective actions while building a new safety culture.
  • Advised senior management on operational safety matters and fostered development of robust safety culture.
  • Implemented workforce safety culture improvements resulting in significant reductions in all injury/illness case rates.
  • Worked with all levels of the organization to develop safety culture utilizing developed programs.
  • Facilitated positive safety culture among management and workers as Chair of Safety Committee.
  • Redesigned the Safety Committee structure and agenda to maximize safety culture and awareness.
  • Worked closely with project operations management implementing continuous safety culture improvement and training
  • Developed safety programs and policies which resulted in an effective safety culture.
  • Facilitated a safety environment that supports and encourages a safety culture.
  • Motivated change in safety culture through scheduled monthly safety training meetings.
  • Fostered a behavioral-based safety culture with standardization among company sites.

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27. New Construction

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Here's how New Construction is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Reviewed contract statements of work and specifications for new construction projects, major/minor building modifications, and/or changes in installation equipment.
  • Supervised safety operations, and contractors as a lead contractor representative overseeing turnaround safety for new construction projects.
  • Managed Safety program for steel erection phase on new construction at automotive facility.
  • Coordinated plant and contractor safety during new construction projects within continuous production schedules.
  • Performed construction safety compliance inspections for new construction and in-house building projects.
  • Establish a Standard Environmental permitting procedure for all new construction activities.
  • Review blueprints and specifications for new construction and renovations.
  • Monitored new construction activities and managed contractor safety.
  • Lead the Health, Safety and Environmental function on new construction projects for global chemical companies in the area.
  • Performed basic and advanced electrical work for both commercial and residential for new construction sites on daily basis.
  • Provided cost-effective, timely and traceable movement of materials for offshore new construction, maintenance and special projects.
  • Complete fire and life safety acceptance testing for new construction and renovations with project Engineers and/or Designers.
  • Serve as liaison with company Engineering Construction Department to ensure all new construction meets FM Global specifications.
  • Plan, implement, and site supervise all new construction and remodels in Dallas and Houston.
  • Project types include recovery boiler, combo boiler, and power boilers new construction and maintenance.
  • Consult with department and other agency personnel on design, maintenance, and new construction.
  • Coordinate with SNHD Plan Review for new permits (new construction and remodel).
  • Project were capital improvements and new construction for Langley Air Force Base.
  • Performed safety audits and observations on new construction and Turnaround field projects.
  • Oversee the entire safety program for new construction of a glass factory

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28. Health Programs

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Here's how Health Programs is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Updated written safety and health programs and completed program audits; conducted on-site contractor safety orientation for various contractors.
  • Position is responsible for maintaining company-wide safety and health programs within a glass-manufacturing environment.
  • Acknowledged for successful leadership in development of Agency Safety and Occupational Health programs.
  • Develop corporate safety and health programs for the newly developing midstream operations division.
  • Maintained administrative control of records related to safety and health programs.
  • Developed and managed comprehensive safety and health programs.
  • Developed and maintained Environmental Safety and Health Programs.
  • Reviewed contractors and subcontractors safety and health programs.
  • Developed, coordinated and facilitated community safety & health programs and events (health fairs) to the greater Omaha area.
  • Enforced corporate and project specific safety and health programs as well as federal, state, and local safety standards.
  • Coordinate, execute, & oversee the administration of US & Canada safety & health programs, policies & procedures.
  • Develop corporate safety and health programs for the newly developed company including a corporate safety and health programs manual.
  • Developed, coordinated, and reviewed field site's safety and health programs for 9 locations and 289 employees.
  • Empowered employees by improving ownership of Safety and Health programs utilizing the compliance system ownership (CSO) model.
  • Planned, coordinated and promoted the plant safety, environmental, workers' compensation and occupational health programs.
  • Review and evaluate safety and health programs, noting problem areas and recommending and creating improvements and solutions.
  • Developed and trained employees in SH101 Basic and Advanced Safety and Health Programs for Hi-Tech Industry clients.
  • Managed site safety and health programs for the largest pet food manufacturing facility in the world.
  • Ensured the development, implementation and updating of required written safety and health programs and plans.
  • Coordinated safety and health programs for various petrochemical and refinery contract sites throughout the Houston area.

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29. Food Safety

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Here's how Food Safety is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Supported QA Manager with sanitation related budget elements, food safety and quality program development, and facility improvement recommendations.
  • Managed food safety program conducting food safety audits and facility inspections, ensuring appropriate and timely corrective action was taken.
  • Liaised between corporate senior management, store management, all regulatory inspectors and third party food safety inspection companies.
  • Functioned as internal Food Safety and Sanitation Manager at the Washington Nationals major league baseball stadium.
  • Lead food safety initiatives internally within plant operations and externally within industry working groups.
  • Developed customized food safety systems and programs and helped implement in their respective operations.
  • Spearheaded assignments that achieved higher level performances in food safety and quality.
  • Identify and recommend expenditures in support of sanitation and food safety.
  • Developed food safety and sanitation procedural manuals, each department specific.
  • Trained management teams on corporate food safety standards and program implementation.
  • Make recommendations for improvements to food safety with Oregon headquarters.
  • Developed and provided training for food safety and quality requirements.
  • Manage Food safety and associated training and documentation for a manufacturer
  • Devised key performance indicators related to quality and food safety.
  • Design, implement and verify food safety/quality procedures and policies.
  • Reported all urgent food safety violations to my immediate supervisor.
  • Developed Food Safety Manual, QA procedures and verification documentation.
  • Reviewed and filed approximately 200 food safety records daily.
  • Certified Trainer/Administrator for National Registry of Food Safety Professionals.
  • Coordinated and participated in monthly food safety meetings.

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30. Safety Plans

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Here's how Safety Plans is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Develop and maintain site-specific safety plans and conduct safety and safety-related meetings to integrate safety effectively into planning and project performance.
  • Developed site safety plans to ensure proper entry into manufacturing and industrial environments according to OSHA and host company requirements.
  • Developed and implemented safety plans with family to implement safety of child and preserve or reunify family unity.
  • Work with project managers, superintendents and other safety professionals to develop and monitor job specific safety plans.
  • Identified and implemented proper equipment and safety plans for potentially dangerous or harmful situations during a daily basis.
  • Collaborated with supervisors/management in planning projects, writing project safety plans/schedules, and developing process/job hazard analyses.
  • Proposed and evaluated all subcontractor safety plans and procedures from construction fit-up activity to tool installation.
  • Developed Site-Specific Health and Safety Plans, corporate safety procedure policy, and quality assurance plans.
  • Evaluated contractor site safety plans, designed methods to evaluate safety programs and conducted evaluations.
  • Update Safety Orientation materials and project-specific Site Specific Safety Plans for all SwinertonBuilder projects.
  • Review Subcontractors safety plans to ensure compliance with all procedural and regulatory requirements.
  • Developed site specific safety plans for construction projects based on a hazard analysis.
  • Developed and executed safety plans within the workplace according to legal guidelines.
  • Provided construction phasing requirements and ensured safety plans were met.
  • Participate in preparation of safety plans and emergency procedures.
  • Developed project specific safety plans and job hazard analysis.
  • Developed site specific and activity specific work safety plans.
  • Audited and inspected contractor and sub-contractor project safety plans.
  • Developed project specific Environmental Health & Safety Plans.
  • Developed site-specific safety plans for individual projects.

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31. HSE

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Here's how HSE is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Ensured a safe working environment compliant to regulations by assessing hazards/risks and revising HSE policies accordingly.
  • Lead development of Contractor Mitigation Plans defining corrective actions resulting in elevation of contractor HSE performance.
  • Coordinate and participate in identifying and evaluating HSE hazards/risk and recommended measures to reduce them.
  • Investigated accidents/incidents- to ascertain causes for use in recommending preventive measures and developing HSE policy.
  • Liaised with executive management for evaluating progress of HSE projects and related training activities.
  • Provide leadership mentoring to HSE professionals and project management team throughout Afghanistan.
  • Establish responsibility and delegate authority to managers to address HSE risk.
  • Provide resources required to actively manage HSE risks associated with operations.
  • Implemented HSE standards and communicated effectively with supervisors and peers.
  • Develop and deliver training/toolbox meetings/ HSE committee meetings/and site inductions.
  • Compile and present quarterly HSE Performance Report for portfolio performance review
  • Evaluated site supervision HSE participation and performed coaching sessions.
  • Developed, prepared, implemented and reviewed HSE/Environmental programs.
  • Provided accurate and relevant HSE reporting to senior management.
  • Maintained HSE awareness programs and developed incentive programs.
  • Represent company internally and outside the HSE organization.
  • Managed HSE personnel working overseas on International Operations.
  • Supported HSE country management budget preparation.
  • Maintain necessary HSE statistics/ documentation and records at the site such as monthly, weekly, rectify issue and client issue.
  • Joint coordination of site safety activities within the project, field level implementation & management of HSE programs and safety meetings.

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32. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Establish company policies and operating procedures - streamlined and standardized processes and developed measures to ensure compliance by subsidiary companies.
  • Conducted worker training in safety regulations and company policies, hazardous condition monitoring, and use of safety equipment.
  • Evaluate and administer company policies and procedures concerning health, safety, security and environmental program implementation.
  • Conduct facility safety inspections and program audits to ensure compliance with Company policies and government regulations.
  • Facilitated safety training for new hires to acclimate them to company policies and required safety behaviors.
  • Develop and recommend measures to reduce or eliminate vehicular accidents and compliance with company policies.
  • Correlated customer requirements and Company policies, procedures, and standards for operation.
  • Carried out management responsibilities in accordance with company policies and applicable laws.
  • Resolved issues affecting company policies and procedures in cooperation with line management.
  • Managed warehouse and distribution in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Compiled water production and distribution reports in accordance with company policies.
  • Conduct safety meetings to ensure understanding and company policies are followed.
  • Result: Successful implementation of Company policies and procedures.
  • Company policies for maintenance and requirements.
  • Researched, created, and wrote company policies, practices and procedures for compliance with DOT, OSHA and EPA regulations.
  • Safeguarded the assets of the company while ensuring compliance with governmental regulation, as well as company policies and programs.
  • Evaluated all issues and resolved in a manner that was in accordance with company policies and to all parties involved.
  • Establish and maintain safety and training records in accordance with company policies or procedures and in compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Conduct monthly facility safety and compliance audits to ensure compliance with OSHA regulations as well as company policies and procedures.
  • Maintained and updated driver files in accordance with company policies towards CDL, Medical Card, and insurance information.

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33. Management System

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Here's how Management System is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Administered comprehensive, complex occupational and health management system for a facility reclaiming elemental phosphorous by utilizing a patented chemical process.
  • Teamed in the analysis and selection of a Warehouse Management System providing forklifts with on-board computer and scanning capabilities.
  • Facilitated an FMCSA approved electronic file hierarchy and management system for mandatory FMCSA Driver and maintenance files.
  • Audit organization facilities to detect existing or potential accident and health hazards and management system deficiencies.
  • Developed and submitted daily quality control reports through Quality Control System/Resident Management System (QCS/RMS).
  • Established, maintained and operated a management system that ensured conformity to the specific site requirements.
  • Created and implemented comprehensive Quality Management System (QMS) for small sheet metal manufacturing facility.
  • Conduct compliance and conformance assessments of functional areas on campus and identify/communicate management system needs.
  • Drive safety excellence and performance improvement through culture change and effective, sustainable management systems.
  • Review and modify corporate environmental management system procedures to drive improvements into the business units.
  • Assisted in the implementation and management of a corporate-wide safety and quality management system program.
  • Worked with general manager to develop a new inventory management system to help minimize spending.
  • Implemented Master Cleaning Schedule, Calibration Systems, Quality Management System, Verification and Validation.
  • Lead continuous improvement efforts and defect reduction initiatives to establish an effective quality management system.
  • Implemented real-time, computerized global Health, Safety and Environmental Management System Reporting program.
  • Designed, implemented and managed corporate safety & health management systems and related programs.
  • Developed safety audit management system that focused on compliance in all area of safety.
  • Established and supervised a regional safety and health management system for construction activities.
  • Established criteria to include safety-related infractions into the quality-management system and problem-management process.
  • Developed a safety audit management system to ensure uniformity among all branch offices.

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34. ISO

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Here's how ISO is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Maintained liaison with client safety department for specific directives of special circumstances or variations of safety policy.
  • Served as liaison between regulatory and Clinical Trial Management staff regarding safety reporting responsibilities and procedures.
  • Provided appropriate safety and health, accident prevention, and investigation training for managers and supervisors.
  • Presented/facilitated training classes, gave presentations in multiple program areas to diverse inmates/line staff/supervisors/upper level managers.
  • Coordinated the management and development of the on-site Security supervisor with responsibility for site security.
  • Developed and coordinated New Employee and Supervisor Safety Orientation and Annual Refresher Safety Training programs.
  • Developed an incident tracking database in Microsoft access to track injury information and supervisory results.
  • Worked in unison with police and fire departments concerning all safety and environmental emergencies.
  • Designated ISO Management Representative during the achievement ISO 9001/2000 certification for eight company locations.
  • Advise and assist managers and supervisors with interpretation and application of employment policies.
  • Assist management & supervisors in investigating accidents & developing measures to prevent recurrences.
  • Coordinate with Project Managers and field supervisors with personnel and safety related items.
  • Serve as liaison with insurance company inspectors and coordinate responses to recommendations.
  • Trained supervisors in management skills needed to implement safety policies and programs.
  • Provided assistance to managers and supervisors in ensuring a safe working environment.
  • Developed and implement management, supervisor and hourly training and orientation programs.
  • Provide supervisors with safety training materials for their required weekly department meeting.
  • Supervised 20 construction supervisors to ensure all safety standards were maintained.
  • Worked as a Division Supervisor during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita response.
  • Reported information to supervisors, co-workers and subordinates in person.

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35. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Helped initiate new programs for safety, customer service interaction, general liability reduction and workers comp and accident investigation.
  • Contributed significantly to process improvements regarding record keeping and dispatch resulting in increased compliance and customer service.
  • Developed, implemented, and monitored programs to maximize customer satisfaction and manage on-site customer service reps.
  • Provide focused customer service and relationship building activities-professional/personal goal is 100% customer satisfaction.
  • Developed daily routing process for improved route efficiency, safety and customer service.
  • Handled customer requests and concerns to ensure exemplary customer service was always provided.
  • Provide exceptional customer service and hospitality to all internal and external customers.
  • Administered exceptional customer service within a fast pace environment.
  • Restructured Production Control to improve scheduling and customer service.
  • Managed Non-conformance and Customer Service Database.
  • Committed to customer service satisfaction.
  • Developed and coordinated the planning, organizing and leadership training necessary to achieve stated sales, costs and customer service objectives.
  • Managed scheduling deliveries, customer service, DOT compliance, loading of outbound trailers and truck, trailer and forklift maintenance.
  • Excel in multitasking, outstanding demonstration of customer service, maintained professional demeanor, always working with a sense of urgency.
  • Demonstrated an unwavering commitment to customer service, adding 1M+ of new customers while maintaining premium service levels with existing accounts.
  • Maintain customer service, keep our sales warehouse personnel and, shipping teams operating effectively and safely as one unit.
  • Interact with the clients and customers to ensure proper food quality, presentation and customer service standards are met.
  • Developed Safety and Health processes and programs for Supply Chain, Customer Service Centers, Stores and Corporate Headquarters.
  • Trained all new drivers on routes in multiple cities along with the policies and procedures of quality customer service.
  • Developed a corporate risk management department infrastructure to provide support and customer service to golf courses and clubs.

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36. Safety Requirements

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Here's how Safety Requirements is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Minimized risk by ensuring adherence to company health and safety requirements and training regimens across all U.S. operations and locations.
  • Controlled facility compliance with all levels of government regulatory safety requirements, also inclusive of food safety and sanitation standards.
  • Recommended and implemented program changes where necessary ensuring all safety requirements are followed and prepared the company for audits.
  • Maintained accurate occupational injury & illness records demonstrating compliance with mandatory Federal, State & Corporate safety requirements.
  • Remained current on government regulations for emergency plans, evacuations and safety requirements in line with current legislation.
  • Encouraged efforts at voluntary compliance while ensuring contractor compliance and providing insight for program and safety requirements.
  • Monitor every operation to make sure that environment standards, government directives and safety requirements are followed.
  • Designed web based training addressing safety requirements for airport custom inspectors to minimize accidents and health-related injuries.
  • Coordinated with staff activities and operational sections to ensure safety requirements were integrated into the organization program
  • Participated with cross business and cross-functional teams to define and develop safety requirements throughout the corporation.
  • Developed and executed periodic audits of areas and behaviors to verify compliance with OSHA Safety Requirements.
  • Researched industry and national safety training resources to determine local, state and federal safety requirements.
  • Ensured all supervision and employees assigned to projects are properly trained in specific safety requirements.
  • Prepared safety audit report, root cause analysis and implementation of safety requirements.
  • Performed daily inspections ensuring conformity with established safety requirements and company specifications.
  • Ensured contractor compliance and provided insight for program and safety requirements.
  • Uphold contractor safety requirements in accordance to construction site safety requirements.
  • Coordinate with the Sales division in meeting customer environmental/safety requirements.
  • Participated in supplier screening for food safety requirements.
  • Trained personnel on company-wide safety requirements for compliance.

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37. Msha

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Here's how Msha is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Direct safety/environmental operations for five plants and quarries governed by OSHA/MSHA /ATF and Department of Homeland Security regulations.
  • Developed and maintained emergency response documentation, managed and submitted required OSHA and MSHA documentation, managed D.O.T.
  • Teamed with other Company Safety representatives to ensure MSHA regulations after a worker fatality.
  • Project management including following all MSHA Safety Regulations in quarry.
  • Developed training courses for recruited employee and annual certifications in accordance with Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) guidelines.
  • Supervised all correspondence with government agencies including: OSHA, MSHA, FRA, DOT and the Department of Homeland Security.
  • Make sure that Company policies and procedures align with the Client policies and procedures as well as OSHA & MSHA.
  • Provide employee safety training, conduct audits, investigate and track incidents, contractor oversight, OSHA and MSHA compliance.
  • Organized safety teams for plant inspections, assured completion of safety work orders and accompanied MSHA inspectors on plant inspections.
  • Conducted periodic facility audit/s to insure Evergreen, OSHA, MSHA, EPA, State DEQ and DOT compliance standards.
  • Safeguarded compliance in a dual regulatory environment (MSHA and Cal OSHA) along with management of explosives through ATF.
  • Developed, implemented, educated and certified employees on complete Employee Safety Program while maintaining both OSHA and MSHA compliance.
  • Reported to owner, responsible for equipment operations and maintenance, materials ordering, compliance with MSHAW and OSHA requirements.
  • Keep extensive task training records to comply with OSHA & MSHA's industry standards as well as the clients.
  • Serve as a company point of contact for all state and federal OSHA, MSHA and other regulatory actions.
  • Manage Training, Safety, (MSHA and CAL/OSHA) Sales, Fabrication, Shop, Portable Welding/Fabrication.
  • Develop internal audit sheets to meet or exceed all customer, OSHA, MSHA, and DOT regulations.
  • Worked aggressively with operations, maintenance, and MSHA to prevent the closure of a 179employee processing facility.
  • Create and conduct safety training classes and MSHA Part 46 and 48 new and experienced miners training.
  • Address MSHA, OSHA, and other pertinent federal and state regulatory agencies on issues and citations.

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38. HR

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Here's how HR is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Lowered incidence rates and worker's compensation losses through promoting an accident-free work environment, aggressive claims management and accident investigation.
  • Governed, planned, synchronized, and engaged quality control program designed to ensure continuous production/service consistent with instituted standards.
  • Ensured client satisfaction while developing and maintaining long lasting client relationships through continuous communications of project status and feedback.
  • Assessed hazardous chemical accumulation points and through engineering practices, determined facilities that were unfit for human occupation.
  • Maintained EHS / Environmental Management System and certification requirements through planning, and internal and external audits.
  • Maintained the company Emergency Response Manual through annual review and recommendations for revision of procedures when necessary.
  • Streamlined HS&E operations and improved productivity through effective reporting, prioritization and customer communications.
  • Managed all Workers Compensation claims through investigation and interaction with medical providers and insurance carriers.
  • Work with upper level management to establish environmental and safety compliance best practices throughout organization.
  • Maintained all education and position requirements for safety position through external and internal training.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in cross-cultural communications with business partners throughout the company's footprint.
  • Coordinated safety activities of unit managers to ensure implementation throughout the organization.
  • Demonstrated operational and regulatory effectiveness of contract client programs through simulation events.
  • Provided guidance to management through interpretation of legislated and company safety polices.
  • Exercised supervisory responsibility for three production departments and 75 employees.
  • Conducted Environmental & Safety walk through inspections for Safety violations.
  • Mentored and qualified countless peers and subordinate technicians throughout career.
  • Championed a safety culture change throughout the 40,000-personnel organization.
  • Defined customer expectations through quality and continuous improvement opportunities.
  • Certified Behavior Base Safety Internal Consultant through ProAct Safety.

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39. Nfpa

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Here's how Nfpa is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Provided industrial hygiene monitoring, construction electrical safety awareness, compliance with OSHA, NFPA70E, State and other Federal regulations.
  • Program included compliance with OSHA, NFPA, and various governmental and private entities related to Safety and Health compliance.
  • Developed proactive methodologies to maintain and exceed compliance with OSHA, CMS, and NFPA fire and life safety standards.
  • Implemented and managed Air Force Occupational Safety and Health Standards and appropriate OSHA and NFPA standards for industrial areas.
  • Make recommendations and provide safety guidance in accordance with NFPA 101 Life Safety Code and related publications as necessary.
  • Managed all aspects of safety & industrial hygiene to ensure compliance with applicable OSHA, NFPA & API standards.
  • Ensured compliance with regulatory agencies such as OSHA, NIOSH, ANSI, DOT, NFPA and United Laboratories.
  • Managed and developed on-site Standard Operating Procedures which brought the Plant into compliance with OSHA and NFPA Standards.
  • Ensured facility compliance to all local, state, and federal regulations (OSHA/NFPA/EPA/ACA, etc.)
  • Experience with local, state and federal regulations governed by OSHA, ANSI, NFPA and ASME.
  • Review and revise corporate safety audits as needed, per regulatory (OSHA/EPA/NFPA) changes and standards.
  • Authored prerequisite National Fire Protection Association (NFPA 70E) electrical training for Authorized Electrical Persons.
  • Consulted OSHA and NFPA regulations and proper procedure to determine risks involved and areas lacking.
  • Write facility life safety system procedures for complying with necessary NFPA and UFC requirements.
  • Lead regulatory OSHA, NFPA, EPA, RMP inspections and audit item tracking.
  • Maintained compliance of NFPA 101 Life Safety Code for 200 resident retirement facility.
  • Provided training, educating on 2, NFPA and OSHA and CA-OSHA regulation.
  • Completed set-up of 2 manufacturing facilities to comply with OSHA and NFPA standards.
  • Reviewed all new equipment for compliance with OSHA, ANSI, NFPA standards.
  • Developed the strategy for the implementation of NFPA70E for Arc Flash Protection.

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40. Msds

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Here's how Msds is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Developed and implemented an accident investigation process, entering key safety metrics into reporting systems, improving hazardous communication MSDS system.
  • Performed Industrial Hygiene monitoring, Chemical Inventory and MSDS Administration.
  • Maintained documentation for the safety and health program; OSHA 300 logs, TERM reporting, MSDS, training and toolbox documents
  • Developed and implemented a SDS management system to comply with new OSHA requirements and eliminate a cumbersome MSDS management system.
  • Improved and trained for the MSDS, Lockout-Tagout, Respirator, and other mandatory requirements that had been neglected.
  • Train all employees, Safety Manager responsible for safety meetings, training, 301 logs, and MSDS updates.
  • Assisted and or insured the maintenance of MSDS's for chemicals used at his/ her assigned branch location/s.
  • Ensured proper facility hazard control in housekeeping, chemical use, MSDS compliance, and fire control systems.
  • Experience in using MSDS's for handling and disposing solvents, oils, paints, thinners and bio-wastes.
  • Put together the MSDS book for this company along with adding to the Safety Manual for RMLS.
  • Conduct chemical inventory audits and prepare the SERC reports and maintain the MSDS logs for the facilities.
  • Maintained MSDS / SDS list and database for all chemicals on-site and ensured their accuracy and currency.
  • Instructed masons and labors on MSDS for various chemicals as well as any immediate safety related items.
  • Revised MSDS to online binder, against current chemical inventory ensuring compliance with 29 CFR 1910.1200.
  • Ensured MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) were up to date and available for inspection.
  • Maintain all documentation of training records, regulatory notifications, hazardous waste manifests and MSDS.
  • Control MSDS and chemicals coming into the facility Environmental control meeting DEQ and EPA requirements.
  • Managed and organized the facility's permit required confined space entry program and MSDS program.
  • Maintained Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) on chemicals used in the workplace.
  • Compiled and updated MSDS and converted to electronic copy made available to all employees.

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41. Safety Performance

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Here's how Safety Performance is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Oversee accident investigation programs, develop accident trends, and implement programs/ action plans for accident prevention and improving safety performance.
  • Developed and implemented strategic action plan to improve safety performance, compliance, employee participation, and leadership involvement.
  • Organized and coordinated a safety recognition program for excellence in safety performance by departments, units, and/or individuals.
  • Monitored, tracked, and communicated facility safety performance standards, directly negotiated facility safety direction with insurance provider.
  • Managed Workers' Compensation, supervised facility security, and complied statistical data to monitor and document safety performance.
  • Managed the overall safety performance for 300 employees; directed and coordinated subordinates with implementing safety procedures and programs.
  • Oversee driver base safety performance and accident prevention program, including data management, communications and investigations.
  • Provided clear leading indicators of the safety program effectiveness to local management to collaborate heightened safety performance.
  • Audited plant safety programs and advised executive officers on how to improve the business safety performance.
  • Designed and implemented corporate safety initiatives to reduce company's overall safety performance by 73%.
  • Drive awareness and accountability for environmental, health safety performance through all levels of the organization.
  • Field Accomplishments: Maintained safety performance during steel erection of a United States Gypsum Manufacturing Facility.
  • Monitored contracted Safety & Health Inspection and safety performance for multiple large capital pipeline projects.
  • Track and communicate key safety performance indicators and ensure safety practices are known and implemented.
  • Audited for compliance, quality assurance and safety performance assessment, regulatory audits or investigations.
  • Enhanced the safety performance of the company by interlacing safety engineering principals into daily operations.
  • Conduct Safety Performance Management (Behavioral-Based Safety) training for all on-site management.
  • Supported training development and implementation of processes and programs to enhance safety performance.
  • Developed and implemented Behavior Based Modification Programs on Projects that improved safety performance.
  • Maintained Driver Qualification Files and managed drivers medical and safety performance requirements.

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42. Safety Awareness

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Here's how Safety Awareness is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Exemplified job safety awareness in daily operations in areas such as accident investigation, auditing, and behavioral based training.
  • Established and directed behavior based safety programs at several locations, which increased safety awareness and reduced at risk behaviors.
  • Developed and implemented hearing conservation, respiratory protection, visitor / contractor safety awareness and HIV post-exposure prophylaxis programs.
  • Directed initiatives to maintain safety awareness at an optimum level consistent with the company's zero injury objectives.
  • Conducted facility audits to identify health or safety hazards, increase safety awareness and reduce injuries and illnesses.
  • Develop and implemented a Community Safety Awareness Program to provide educational opportunities for the public sector as necessary.
  • Conducted regularly scheduled meetings on OSHA compliance, ergonomics, and behavior based safety and driver safety awareness.
  • Initiated Safety Incentive Program and one-on-one safety talks, resulting in improved safety awareness and accident reduction.
  • Promote safety awareness and other safety procedures of employees in efforts to reduce or eliminate accidents.
  • Increased safety awareness by coaching and mentoring management and line employees in safety-related behaviors and processes.
  • Developed training programs specifically designed to help meet regulatory compliance and enhance worker safety awareness.
  • Managed a company specific safety awareness program, which used peer-pressure to gain desired results.
  • Conducted technical safety and safety awareness training programs for co-employers, developed safety training programs.
  • Established an indoctrination program for safety awareness of site hazards and expectations for safety.
  • Developed a Behavioral Based Safety Program to turn around plants current safety awareness.
  • Established safety awareness programs to recognize and award safe behavior and accident-free status.
  • Developed and implemented safety awareness training and safety incentive programs for all departments.
  • Increased employee safety awareness and personal accountability through supervisor involvement in safety program.
  • Implemented new safety policies for improved safety awareness increasing safety and reduced accidents.
  • Developed training materials for manufacturing facilities to continuously improve Health and Safety awareness.

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43. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Established a model forklift training/certification program; designed a warehouse and established a satellite HAZMAT team.
  • Administrated HazMat Training Program, corrected tests and administered periodic retraining every two years.
  • Coordinated HAZMAT emergency response training for identified facility emergency response team members.
  • Developed accident prevention, process development and HAZMAT safety programs.
  • Developed emergency action plans for facilities to provide designated resources supplying contractual support for disaster and DOT training and HAZMAT transport.
  • Conducted all DOT required regulatory compliance activities, to include; Personnel, Tractor-Trailers, & Fuel (HazMat).
  • Coordinated HAZMAT training for 25-member Emergency Response team for ~55,000 pounds of on-site anhydrous ammonia, in this full-scale U.S.
  • Implemented a HAZMAT disposal program in Djibouti, Africa saving the Navy over $150,000 in contract expenses.
  • Solved dangerous HAZMAT turn-in process; created new directives, protocols and training;recycled 500K assets mishap-free.
  • Prepared and conducted HAZMAT training for four warehouse locations that dealt with hazardous materials freight handling and transportation.
  • Served as the lead EHS Manager for region 4 and lead HAZMAT HAZWOPER instructor for the region.
  • Led the Safety Committee, HazMat Team and PSM Program, including book and hands on training.
  • Conducted safety training classes focusing on DOT, OSHA, and HazMat compliance for diverse staff.
  • Developed remedial action plans for OSHA and HAZMAT incidents and employee and customer injuries and transports.
  • Implemented monthly safety inspections for environmental control, hearing conservation, fire prevention, and HAZMAT.
  • Re-organized and established proper work procedures for HAZMAT Program to meet OSHA regulations and standards.
  • Keep drivers files DOT compliant with valid drivers license, medical card and HazMat training.
  • Trained drivers on safety, defensive driving, HAZMAT certification, and incident prevention.
  • Commanded a 50-member, 4-vehicle on-site fire brigade and HAZMAT response team.
  • Coordinate deployment of environmental procedures, such as HazMat response.

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44. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Refresh supervisors and management FA/CPR/AED certification every 2 years.
  • Provided First Aid/CPR/AED certification to management.
  • Provided on site first aid and CPR, coordinated doctor visits, workers compensation claims, and return to work Program.
  • Conducted over 50 cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) classes to over 300 military members.
  • Conducted safety-training classes for all facility personnel regarding Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), CPR and other safety procedures.
  • Conduct training for employees such as; First Aid/CPR, OSHA 10 and 30 Hour training, and orientation training.
  • Certified Trainer in H2S, CPR & First Aid, and General safety for oilfield pass on work site.
  • Conducted First Aid, CPR, and AED training, Performed Hearing and Pulmonary Function tests for the employees.
  • Conducted First Aid, CPR, and AED training and completed all safety reports for OSHA and corporate offices.
  • Trained managers and associate volunteers in First Aid, CPR, AED, and Blood Borne Pathogen disease control.
  • Fire science/first aid and CPR (24 years): Trained in fire behavior tactics and suppression of fire.
  • Formed first response team fully trained in CPR, AED, 1st Aid and Blood Borne Pathogen Safety.
  • Certified in Emergency Medical Response which includes CPR, First Aid, and AED (ASHI Approved).
  • Led training for field employees in First Aid/CPR, fire extinguisher use, and other OSHA required subjects.
  • Trained a variety of classes, ranging from CPR / First Aid to EM-385 Military FallProtection.
  • Developed and conducted semiannual field and in-house safety training programs including CPR and fire equipment use.
  • Provided hands on fire extinguisher training and brought in Red Cross for CPR/AED First Aid.
  • Trained contractors in OSHA compliance, first aid, CPR, and other related subjects.
  • Coordinated employees training for certification and application in; American Red Cross First Aid/CPR.
  • Conducted all first aid/CPR training for all employees, which included AED's.

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45. Loto

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Here's how Loto is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Revamped the customer's Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) Program to bring it into OSHA compliance.
  • Developed LOTO's & and Maintained training records for all employees also conducted required PSM training.
  • Audited site procedures such as LOTO, confined space, fall protection, and respiratory protection.
  • Assess the LOTO, Fall Prevention, Job Hazard Analysis Programs in order to attack deficiencies.
  • Organized a database for personal locks and tags as well as test blinds for LOTO situations.
  • Conducted LOTO, confined space, PPE, forklift and new hire orientation safety training.
  • Developed and delivered LOTO training classes to 60 employees regarding proper lock out procedures.
  • Develop OSHA logs and hazard communication and provide LOTO and fall protection training.
  • Hire ins, Conduct daily safety audits, LOTO, Pre-Task Planning.
  • Help coordinate and facilitate LOTO training while gaining mechanical knowledge of the equipment
  • Coordinated Personal Radiation badges, LOTO and all required Permitting.
  • Distributed PPE, managed LOTO and Tool accountability programs.
  • Instructed all on confined space entry and LOTO.
  • Develop LOTO (lock out/tag out) program.
  • Assisted with LOTO system and issuing permits.
  • Implemented, monitored and maintained LOTO procedures.
  • Audited LOTO log book monthly.
  • Conduct training (confined space, LOTO, fall protection, etc.)
  • Maintain the LOTO Program for the night shift.
  • Issue and track locks for the LOTO Program.

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46. Risk Assessments

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Here's how Risk Assessments is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Audited environmental management system, conducted facility/remote site risk assessments, and developed training programs.
  • Provided leadership with comprehensive risk assessments, safety data analysis, trending and forecasting.
  • Managed business insurance programs by using risk assessments and incident trend analysis.
  • Facilitated multiple Machine Risk Assessments to identify and mitigate significant machine hazards.
  • Selected and procured subcontractor to provide construction planning and risk assessments.
  • Implement change through providing comprehensive risk assessments and safety data analysis.
  • Conducted proactive risk assessments for issues/processes identified.
  • Performed hazard identification and risk assessments.
  • Reviewed and commented on Safe Work Method statements, Job Hazard Analyzes and other Safety Risk Assessments for all work activities.
  • Subject matter expert for the risk assessments, initial reviews, and processes pertaining to highly reactive chemicals on campus.
  • Assisted in compliance reviews, general risk assessments and other safety assessments to support Health, Safety and Environmental management.
  • Conduct risk assessments routinely, developing Standard Operating Procedures in conjunction with JSA's for all job tasks at facility.
  • Evaluate and analyze job hazard/ risk assessments for associates and work sections to development a safer more productive work environment.
  • Conducted accident investigations, risk assessments, safety meetings, new-hire safety orientations, and job hazard analysis training.
  • Conduct Proactive Risk Assessments within MEDDAC to include Patient Safety hazards, Construction Projects, areas for clinical improvement.
  • Conduct ongoing comprehensive risk assessments, evaluate trends and complete root cause analysis of patient and employee safety data.
  • Create and lead teams to perform Risk Assessments of the plant in order to develop a Safety Business Plan.
  • Maintain interaction with clients regarding risk assessments, performance and existing or potential safety and health concerns.
  • Conducted risk assessments and mitigation planning while preparing explosive site plans for logistics of explosive weapons systems.
  • Conduct job hazard analysis and risk assessments, and where necessary, make recommendations to senior management.

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47. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Participate in regulatory agency inspections and investigations to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations throughout all national facilities.
  • Planned, coordinated and implemented federal and state regulations on water safety.
  • Maintain all documentation required for compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Identify hazards, improve safety systems, help with state regulations and abatement assistance with MIOSHA, and train employees.
  • Assisted in ensuring Martin Health System s compliance with federal and state regulations as well as implementing safety training programs.
  • Administered the company's safety process to minimize accidents and costs while assuring compliance with all federal and state regulations.
  • Develop and train associates in safety programs to maintain company safety standards and compliance with federal or state regulations.
  • Implemented an emergency action plan for each of 12 locations based on facility and state regulations.
  • Keep abreast of new federal/state regulations, shipper requirements, and any regulatory and compliance issues.
  • Work with management in reviewing and revising plans to ensure federal and state regulations are met.
  • Ensured compliance with DOT & New York State regulations were met on a routine basis.
  • Job Duties - Making sure company was in compliance with all FMCSA and State regulations.
  • Perform daily safety inspection to insure compliance to company, federal, and state regulations.
  • Maintained a safe and healthy environment to be compliant with federal and state regulations.
  • Completed weekly safety inspections to ensure that all federal and state regulations were followed.
  • Follow all MSHA, OSHA, and DOT standards along with state regulations.
  • Generated new procedures and policies to allow Company to meet state regulations.
  • Ensured the company was in compliance with all FMCSA and State regulations.
  • Ensured employees were trained on required federal, and state regulations.
  • Prepare reports for compliance with OSHA and Federal or State Regulations.

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48. Space Entry

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Here's how Space Entry is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Confined space entry supervise, investigate incidents involving employee up to utility damages.
  • Supervised confine space entry and underground utility procedures.
  • Established and managed the company's emergency response, lock-out tag-out, confined space entry, and safety orientation programs.
  • Confined space entry, conduct training for all workers for confined space, manage and monitor all confined space entries.
  • Received certification in spill response, confine space entry, and OSHA General Industry safety, and health standards.
  • Develop Accident Prevention, HazCom, Fall Protection, Scaffold Safety, Permit and Non-permit Confined Space Entry Plans.
  • Maintain all OSHA records including confined space entry, and GFSI validations on machinery, products and packaging.
  • Provided safety insight to members of Project Management for Confined Space Entry and Swing Stage Scaffold work activities.
  • Authorized trainer in many fields such as Lockout/ tag-out, confined space entry, and fall protection.
  • Conducted air sampling tests for confined space entry, property damage, and personal injury investigations.
  • Work permits for: confined space entry permits and operating plant entry permitting, man-lifts permits.
  • Trained workers in confined space entry, fall protection and other aspects of daily safety hazards.
  • Managed the rescue and safety department, scheduling, designed confined space entry and rescue program
  • Monitored Confined space entry activity, assured paper work and rescue plan was implemented.
  • Oversee confined space entry task and performed audit to produce a valid permit.
  • Trained all parties involved in confined spaces and was confined space entry supervisor.
  • Confined space entry, emergency evacuations, and safety orientations for new employees.
  • Rescue Stand-by for confined space entry (rescue stand-by required) maintenance.
  • Train employees on heavy machinery, confined space entry and rigging practices.
  • Performed all air monitoring and evaluation for confined space entry.

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49. Process Improvement

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Here's how Process Improvement is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Collaborated on continuous process improvements by developing program evaluation tools and techniques to measure short- and long-term performance.
  • Participate proactively in supplier development and in aiding in their quality system or process improvement efforts.
  • Maintain Corrective Action system and aid in overall continuous process improvement activities.
  • Reduced incoming inspection sampling based on statistical analysis and supplier process improvements.
  • Partnered with General Manager to drive operational/financial process improvements across organization.
  • Engaged and challenged operational departments toward continuous process improvement and TQM.
  • Identify production bottlenecks and help resolve by researching process improvements.
  • Project Management for major external audits and process improvement projects.
  • Focused on continual process improvement and cost reduction.
  • Participated and lead numerous process improvement projects.
  • Facilitate Root Cause Analysis (RCA) as needed and develop and implement process improvements as required and measure for sustainability.
  • Work directly with operations for process improvement through SPC analyzing trends and identifying root cause and necessary corrective and preventive actions.
  • Trained and implemented Process Improvement Teams using a problem solving process to determine root cause and then generate solutions.
  • Promoted concept of continuous process improvement, which increased accident prevention by 15% in 90 days' time.
  • Managed all phases of facilities and equipment maintenance, employee safety training, process improvements, lean mfg.
  • Increase grain blending capabilities from 40k to 100K bushels daily with equipment and process improvements as elevator manager.
  • Led Process Improvement team to save the company $140,000 annually in waste reduction.
  • Facilitated and trained on Process Improvement Projects (TQM program).
  • Spearheaded cost cutting initiatives, labor, overhead and process improvements.
  • Implemented process improvements to reduce hazard risks and promote safe practices.

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50. JHA

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Here's how JHA is used in Safety Manager jobs:
  • Provided JHA documentation that assisted in developing training requirements.
  • Perform annual Job hazard analyzes (JHA) and work hazard analyses (WHA) on each Directories and other organization.
  • Develop JHA, environmental, safety and health orientations to acquaint employees with project conditions, safe work practices and procedures.
  • Job duties included Daily JHA's and morning safety meetings, monthly safety audits, on-site inspections with military personnel.
  • Develop JHA's and support audits with tool box talks and safety training for all employees along with ergonomics.
  • Conduct safety meetings and be present at JHA meetings to help with development of meaningful conversations between the crews.
  • Ensured completion of and updating of work-site Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) and daily Pre-Task Plan (PTP)
  • Provide: Daily Safety Talk's, JHA's, Weekly Audit, Man-hour report, Monthly status report.
  • Summit paperwork, write JHA for certain job task, and when using cranes, write a lift plan.
  • Generate, review, obtain needed signatures, and release JHA's (Job hazard Analysis).
  • Completed and maintained all records related to contract safety including JHA's and driver safety and compliance.
  • Conduct training in Hazard Observation skills and review of JHA's prior to start of work.
  • Write work plans and JHA's for upcoming projects to ensure a safe and productive endeavor
  • Conducted JHA on all packaging equipment and all chemical processes in the work place.
  • Field safety audits, sight first aid, JSA and JHA instruction and auditing.
  • Performed weekly safety meetings, evaluating job hazards and developing accompanying JHA's.
  • Reviewed and helped write method statements and JHA's for the work permits.
  • Reviewed Case Management cases and implemented a JHA and job work instruction criteria.
  • Write JHA's (Job Hazard Analysis) for all aspects of operations.
  • Perform Job Safety Environmental Assessments (JSEA/JSA/JHA) for all shipyard jobs.

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20 Most Common Skill For A Safety Manager

Safety Procedures25.4%
Osha14.6%
Safety Program11.2%
Safety Meetings6.2%
Workers Compensation4%
Recordable Injuries3.7%
Corrective Action3.5%
Site Safety3.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Safety Manager

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
19.2%
19.2%
2
2
Osha
Osha
11.1%
11.1%
3
3
Safety Program
Safety Program
8.5%
8.5%
4
4
Safety Meetings
Safety Meetings
4.7%
4.7%
5
5
Workers Compensation
Workers Compensation
3%
3%
6
6
Recordable Injuries
Recordable Injuries
2.8%
2.8%
7
7
Corrective Action
Corrective Action
2.7%
2.7%
8
8
Site Safety
Site Safety
2.4%
2.4%
9
9
Personal Protective Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment
2.3%
2.3%
10
10
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
Safety Audits
Safety Audits
2.1%
2.1%
12
12
Safety Committee
Safety Committee
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
Safety Inspections
Safety Inspections
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Safety Management
Safety Management
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Incident Investigations
Incident Investigations
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
EPA
EPA
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Job Site
Job Site
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Job Safety Analysis
Job Safety Analysis
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Risk Management
Risk Management
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Training Programs
Training Programs
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
EHS
EHS
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Safety Compliance
Safety Compliance
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Occupational Safety
Occupational Safety
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Safety Issues
Safety Issues
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Safety Culture
Safety Culture
1%
1%
27
27
New Construction
New Construction
1%
1%
28
28
Health Programs
Health Programs
1%
1%
29
29
Food Safety
Food Safety
1%
1%
30
30
Safety Plans
Safety Plans
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
HSE
HSE
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Management System
Management System
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
ISO
ISO
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Safety Requirements
Safety Requirements
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Msha
Msha
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
HR
HR
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Nfpa
Nfpa
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Msds
Msds
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Safety Performance
Safety Performance
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Safety Awareness
Safety Awareness
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Hazmat
Hazmat
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
CPR
CPR
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Loto
Loto
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Risk Assessments
Risk Assessments
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
State Regulations
State Regulations
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Space Entry
Space Entry
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Process Improvement
Process Improvement
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
JHA
JHA
0.5%
0.5%

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