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Area Safety Manager

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Management Business Solutions
Area Safety Manager
Wixom, MI
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Summary
The Area Safety Manager will develop, implement, and coordinate safety programs for an assigned market area and serve as the safety manager and advisor to the area vice president.
Responsibilities:
Develops, implements, and coordinates safety program for the market area.
Monitors work processes, procedures and expenses to drive team performance toward departmental and organizational goals.
Develops annual safety budget and analyzes data against year-to-date data and prior year budget.
Monitors district compliance with DOT and OSHA regulations, as well as company and industry standards. Performs audits to include processes, facilities and equipment.
Trains and mentors field operational management in safety process and oversees all operational safety training.
Reviews significant accidents/incidents including field investigations.
Provides hazard assessment, including identification of hazards and corrective action plans.
Oversees personnel needs of the department including selecting, coaching, and training employees and evaluating employee performance.
Provides input into termination, compensation, and promotion decisions.
Serves as a team leader for Safety Operational Assessment Review (SOAR).
Participates in Corporate Safety Committees.
Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience required
7 to 10 years of managerial experience in Operations and/or Safety required
Strong knowledge in safety rules and regulations, including DOT and OSHA
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking
Ability to lead and train employees

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