Hours1st Shift - 7am - 3pm
- Serves as the plant’s primary point of contact for all Safety, Security and Environmental regulatory and community contacts, and is the primary technical resource.
- Accountable for setting and achieving environmental and workplace safety goals.
- Develop, implement and monitor Safety Program, which includes the prevention and elimination of injuries, near misses, musculoskeletal disorders, and damage to company property.
- Work with the Management Team to establish the Plant’s Safety performance goals.
- Provide all employees with the tools, programs, policies and measures to meet the Plant’s Safety goals.
- Prepares written Safety, Security and Environmental programs, policies and SOPs.
- Reviews process-operating procedures/records and provides input for safety, security and environmental considerations.
- Manages the plant safety committee. Reviews plant safety committee meeting minutes and safety inspection reports and follows up as necessary.
- Understands federal and state safety and environmental regulations and monitors regulatory changes as they occur.
- Completes and/or approves all required regulatory and company reporting documents (e.g. OSHA logs, wastewater monitoring reports, DEP, etc.).
- Investigate injuries and near misses; evaluate the incident report and accident report, determine root causes and preventive measures; follow up and conduct counseling sessions; complete Accident Alerts and complete OSHA 300 Log.
- Identifies company safety training needs and develops, coordinates safety training programs for all full time and agency employees per OSHA regulations.
- Participates in new process/new equipment reviews, including process hazard analyses, operator training, etc.
- Supports plant engineering to implement engineering controls to minimize safety and occupational health hazards.
- Support SQF/NSF compliance through active participation in internal audits and factory quality programs.
- Promotes safety and health awareness through internal communication.
- Audits practices and records of manufacturing plants to ensure compliance with company programs and federal/state occupational safety and environmental regulations.
- Perform Job hazard and Ergonomics analysis
- Generate safety work orders
- Identify PPE and safety equipment needs throughout the facility, order and maintain PPE/Safety equipment supply.
- Oversees the security personnel to include scheduling and training.
- Conducts required training of plant environmental team and facility management. Leads the facility emergency response planning and training.
- Maintains and prepares timely applications for all plant environmental permits.
- Leads and implements the safe operation of the Waste Water Treatment system.
- Maintain and promote a safe working environment by coaching employees in safety methods; identify and address violations in conjunction with department supervisor/manager.
- Develop and implement new methods and process improvements to enhance safety performance, control costs and generate high satisfaction levels from production and QC colleagues
- Perform injury/hazard identification/near miss intake and documentation. Including Lead root cause analysis on any incidents
- Perform annual compliance training and other initiatives to include lock out/tag out, hearing protection, fire drills, etc
- Maintain Safety Database and records; ensure action items are being completed in a timely manner
- Ensures compliance with State and Federal safety requirements and record keeping standards.
- Complete monthly and quarterly data requests for Fenner Corporate
- Understand and disseminate OSHA requirements as they pertain to Fenner Precision
- Coordinate and facilitate Monthly Safety Committee
- Create, review, and approve work instruction JSA (job safety analysis) and perform project risk assessments
- Establish Train the Trainer program for safety topics including: first aid, forklift driving, fire extinguisher usage, etc.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred.
- 3+ years of experience in Safety, Security and Environmental management in a Food & Beverage Manufacturing Facility is preferred.
- In depth knowledge of OSHA General Industry and environmental standards as they apply within the facility.
- Completed an OSHA general industry 30-hour course.
- Knowledge of risk assessment and management techniques in identification of key facility improvement opportunities.
- Ability to understand and apply Security principles in an industrial setting.
- Ability to work in a fast paced, high intensity environment.
- Ability to influence peers.
- Strong planning and follow up skills.
- Communication skills and ability to speak in front of groups.
- Must be open to working across all shifts.
- Motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently and with a sense of urgency.
Employee BenefitsWe offer a comprehensive, flexible employee benefits package that includes medical and dental coverage, life insurance, an employer-matched 401(K) plan, vacation and PTO time, discretionary bonus and of course CANDY!