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Are you looking to hire an environmental, safety and health professional within Indiana? CIASSP members can advertise their needs at no charge on this site by forwarding the position’s job description to the Central Indiana ASSP Jobline. Your job description will be reviewed for appropriateness and posted for 4 weeks.

Safety Advisor (Indianapolis)

Posted: Jun 19, 2019

Safety Management Group is seeking a Part-Time Safety Advisor –  Pharmaceutical (Owner Services – Lock Out Tag Out – LRL Contractor Safety)  

The key function of a Safety Advisor is to put Safety at the forefront of their job, makes the client’s needs priority, works well in a team setting, is self-managed, and is flexible when it comes to change. The Associate in this role will be working in a General Industry environment providing the following services: GI/Lab Safety, Chemical Safety, and Contractor Safety.

 

Overview of Job Responsibilities:  

· Site safety observations including documentation of findings

· Facilitate corrective measures where warranted

· Annual certificating and training of employees

· Verify compliance with safety policies and procedures as required by law and the owner

· Perform periodic LOTO inspections and verify all equipment meets OSHA requirements

 

Requirements

· Must possess a thorough knowledge of manufacturing operations

· 7+ years of relevant safety experience

· Degree in safety or related is preferred

· CSP is preferred

 

Experience preferred in the following area:  

· Experience with contractor safety

· Strong written and verbal communication skills

· Possess good time management skills due to numerous locations needing support

 

For more information visit Safety Advisor.

IH/Occupational Safety Manager (Bloomington, IN)

Posted: Jun 19, 2019

Job Summary

The position is within University Environmental Health and Safety and reports to the Director of Environmental Health and Safety. The Manager of Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Safety is responsible for developing, implementing, and managing a comprehensive industrial hygiene and occupational safety programs designed to facilitate campus research and non-research initiatives. This position is responsible for maintaining an occupationally safe and compliant workplace by anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling environmental factors, which may cause sickness, impaired health and well-being among university employees.

  • Provide supervision, guidance, and assistance to Environmental Health and Safety ( EHS ) staff in the performance of industrial hygiene, occupational safety, and construction safety evaluations.
  • Manage the ergonomic program and conduct ergonomic evaluations to help eliminate or reduce stresses that may cause injury or illness from repetitive use.
  • Conduct industrial hygiene surveys which include indoor air quality assessments, hazardous vapors monitoring, noise surveys, and other exposure assessments as needed to determine contaminants that may be present in the work environment. Manage, schedule and conduct Indoor Air Quality meetings and develop resulting documentation.
  • Serve as liaison with campus departments to provide information or interpret occupational safety and health regulations and policies. Serve on appropriate university committees involving health and safety. Represent the department and the university at local, state, and national professional organizations.
  • Develop and provide training and education to the university staff regarding safety regulations and policies. Manage occupational health programs including, but not limited to, hearing conservation, respiratory safety, and prescription safety eyewear. Develop documentation, conduct research, and meet with appropriate university staff on occupational and safety issues.
  • Conduct department audits to ensure compliance with university programs and policies that have been developed. Write reports for surveys and evaluations completed and assist in writing programs as necessary.
  • Conduct injury and illness investigations of employees who have been injured to determine why an accident occurred and what can be done to prevent additional injuries from occurring. Review injury and illness reports, track data trends for injuries and provide information to departments. Assist Human Resources Workers Compensation with the Return-to-Work program.
  • Identify, provide guidance, and maintain records of hazardous operations. Recommend and provide guidance regarding appropriate control measures including personal protective equipment.
  • Review federal and state occupational safety and health regulation and develop programs as necessary for the campus, departments and affiliated institutions (IU Health and Eskenazi Hospitals).

Required Qualifications REQUIRED:

Bachelor’s degree in industrial hygiene, occupational health, science or equivalent and five years of experience related to managing an industrial hygiene or occupational safety program.   Possess a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University. Extensive knowledge of industrial hygiene principles and OSHA regulations. Knowledgeable of computer operations and use of appropriate software. Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information. Able to locate and use appropriate technical resources in occupational safety and health. Ability to present training sessions to large groups, utilizing appropriate technology. Ability to communicate with individuals of all level of experience and knowledge regarding environmental health & safety programs. Ability to use various electronic instruments, telephone, computer, software, and training equipment.

Preferred Qualifications:

Certified Industrial Hygienist

For more information visit IH/Occupational Safety Manager.

Safety Specialist (Indianapolis)

Posted: Jun 18, 2019

Job Summary

You will work closely with our District Management teams to implements and coordinate business unit safety programs required for compliance with OSHA regulatory requirements and company safety policies. II. Essential Duties And Responsibilities To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Other minor duties may be assigned.

  • Develops district-specific plans with district manager.
  • Administers rules and conducts site assessments to monitor safety compliance.
  • Trains and mentors field operational management within assigned business unit regarding the safety process. Provides oversight for all operational safety training within business units.
  • Analyzes risk trends and manages risk associated with safety compliance.
  • Identifies, counsels and coaches employees who routinely work in environments with high risk to safety.
  • Serves as a team member for Safety Operational Assessment Review (SOAR).
  • Consults and provides input towards annual safety budget.
  • Participates in corporate safety committees.

Qualifications The requirements listed below are representative of the qualifications necessary to perform the job.

A. Education and Experience

  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree( accredited), or in lieu of degree, High School Diploma or GED (accredited) and 4 years of relevant work experience.
  • Experience: Three years of relevant work experience ( in addition to education requirement).

B. Other Knowledge, Skills Or Abilities Required Strong knowledge in Safety Rules & Regulations including DOT and OSHA, strong communication and leadership skills, and public speaking experience required. Preferred Ability to build effective business relationships at all levels. Intermediate computer skills with programs such as Excel, Word, Outlook

For more information visit Safety Specialist.