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Safety Coordinator (Charter Steel)

Posted: Aug 06, 2019

Safety Coordinator (Cuyahoga Heights, OH)

Charter Steel — a division of Charter Manufacturing, is a leading American supplier of carbon and alloy steel bar, rod and wire products with distribution and manufacturing facilities in Wisconsin and Ohio. As an integrated steelmaker, providing the highest degree of service to our customers is our primary focus. Our capabilities include steel melting, bar and rod rolling, coil processing and wire drawing  As a family owned business we are one family and we succeed together. We are empowered, engaged, and care deeply about doing what is best for customers and for each other. Our decisions are guided by our values: trust, teamwork, safety, and continuous improvement. Ultimately, our culture drives sustained profitable growth in a safe and ethical work environment. Cultivating this culture enables us to re-invest in our people and the organization.

We have an opening for a Safety Coordinator.  Our Safety Coordinator will assist in providing for the safety and health of employees through safe working conditions and operating practices. Minimize business losses resulting from employee injuries.  Ensure compliance with governmental regulations and requirements. Educate and train new and existing employees.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety and Health or related degree, or a combination of education and experience.
  • Two plus years’ of safety related experience working in a manufacturing environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver classroom and computer training all levels in the organization.
  • Ability to interpret and apply state and OSHA regulations on a practical basis.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills requiring tact and discretion.
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks while being detail oriented.
  • Excellent interpersonal and team skills.
  • Ability to work in teams as a leader and as a member.
  • Ability to take initiative and work independently.
  • Ability to facilitate and lead cross-functional teams.
  • Familiar with basic features of Microsoft Office software.

 

If interested please reach out to Lindsey Nielsen (nielsenl@chartersteel.com) and apply directly on our website https://chartermfg.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Charter_Careers/job/Charter-Steel—Cleveland-OH/Safety-Coordinator_R00921

Safety Engineer (Charter Steel)

Posted: Jul 23, 2019

Safety Engineer (Cuyahoga Heights, OH)

Charter Steel — a division of Charter Manufacturing, is a leading American supplier of carbon and alloy steel bar, rod and wire products with distribution and manufacturing facilities in Wisconsin and Ohio. As an integrated steelmaker, providing the highest degree of service to our customers is our primary focus. Our capabilities include steel melting, bar and rod rolling, coil processing and wire drawing  As a family owned business we are one family and we succeed together. We are empowered, engaged, and care deeply about doing what is best for customers and for each other. Our decisions are guided by our values: trust, teamwork, safety, and continuous improvement. Ultimately, our culture drives sustained profitable growth in a safe and ethical work environment. Cultivating this culture enables us to re-invest in our people and the organization.

We have an opening for a Safety Engineer.  Our Safety Engineer will develop and implement plans to provide for the safety and health of employees at multiple business locations.  Ensure compliance to state and federal regulations for all employees, equipment, and operations.  Act as a resource in the areas of training, safety expertise, and arranging vendor services.  Reduce Workers’ Compensation exposure through accident investigation and proactive accident reduction techniques.  Report and follow-up on Workers’ Compensation requirements and claims administration. Handle personal and plant security.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety & Health or related degree.
  • Five plus years’ successful safety experience.
  • Two plus years’ demonstrated leadership skills in leading cross functional teams or resources with or without direct authority; including the ability to collaborate and influence others to find the optimal solution.
  • Experience in Workers’ Compensation Insurance.
  • Working background in team environments (SDWT, problem solving teams or work cells) or equivalent team training.
  • Demonstrated practical experience in safety process improvement and statutory requirements or equivalent course work, degree, or certification.
  • Experience interacting with local, state and federal regulatory agencies.
  • Ability to interpret and apply OSHA regulations on a practical basis.
  • Familiarity with basic medical terminology.

If interested please reach out to Lindsey Nielsen (nielsenl@chartersteel.com) and apply directly on our website https://www.chartersteel.com/about/careers

Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator (Progressive Insurance)

Posted: Jul 09, 2019

Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator

https://www.progressive.com/careers/ 

Job Number: 160307

Internal Job Title: Environ Hlth Sfty Coord Salary Grade: 38 Geo: A 100%

Additional Job Specifications

Please attach your last two performance evaluations to your application profile.  This is a Cleveland based position.

Description

POSITION SUMMARY:  The Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator reports to the Corporate Environmental Health and Safety Manager with primary responsibility for assisting in the development and implementation of corporate policy for occupational health, safety, and environmental programs and associated employee training platforms. This role involves coordination of efforts to ensure compliance with federal, state and local environmental health and safety regulations at the individual site-level as well as conformance to industry-wide best practices which is accomplished through effective communication with regulatory authorities, industry peers and other business group departments within Progressive. The impact of this role extends nationally to all business groups to assure our sites and personnel adhere to Progressive’s policies, and applicable regulatory standards.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The essential duties and responsibilities listed below are representative of those required on the job. Incumbents may perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.

  • Assist in the development and monitor comprehensive corporate-level environmental health and occupational safety program elements for various business groups within Progressive.
  • Work with business group management and other supervision to implement these programs at the functional level.
  • Support and assists the EHS audit process to identify potential risks and hazards to assure corrective actions are coordinated through completion.
  • Provides administrative support for the site-level assessments on specific environmental health issues related to Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) matters.
  • Supports the safety culture with all Progressive business operations and outside vendors through various safety and environmental programs and policies.
  • Supports other members of the Real Estate Team to review possible EHS concerns in construction or new space design.
  • Reviews content from training vendors to assure compliance with Progressive’s programs and regulatory requirements.
  • Assist in facilitating for OSHA 10/30 hour, and programs specific to Progressive operations.
  • Research safety and environmental regulations to assure Progressive is meeting the compliance requirements of local, state and Federal Laws. This includes but is not limited to providing assistance in EPA reporting for SARA Tier II and Ohio Permit by Rules (PBR).
  • Remains current through training/professional development seminars on regulatory issues and changes and best industry practices in environmental, occupational safety and health matters. Apply concepts learned to Progressive environments.
  • Responsible for the administration of the EHS SharePoint site. This includes daily updates and maintenance to assure real time accuracy for compliance company wide.
  • Responsible for the daily management of work assignments and documentation in the EHS SharePoint site.
  • Creates safety related communications to the company. This includes monthly ToolBox Talks, Safety newsletter and job aid documents.
  • Responsible for administrative duties necessary to support the EHS operations. This includes, but is not limited to; monthly newsletters, TrackMoore systems to support our AEDs, documentation and tracking of EHS training, etc.
  • Assist EHS Safety Specialist and Manager with all near-miss and accident reports, accident investigations and OSHA recordable incidents.
  • Occasional overnight travel required based on business needs.
  • Evening/night hours may be required.
  • Extra hours may be required during business emergencies or to meet seasonal deadlines.
  • Weekend hours may be required.
  • Holiday hours may be required.
  • On-call hours may be required.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:  Education and/or experiences listed below are the minimum requirements for job entry.

  • Bachelor’s degree in safety, environmental science, risk management or related field.
  • In lieu of a degree, a minimum of 3 years comprehensive experience in environmental health and occupational safety, or industrial hygiene practice in a professional setting.
  • This position requires a valid driver’s license and auto insurance.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS/ABILITIES:  Knowledge, skills/abilities listed below are the requirements needed to be proficient in the job.

  • Demonstrated proficiency with computer skills, including Microsoft applications, and SharePoint
  • Knowledge of regulatory compliance or the aptitude to learn including: OSHA 1910 General Industry and OSHA 1926 Construction Safety Standards; NFPA standards, EPA, Life Safety Code, etc. and be comfortable researching other resources in the field of environmental or occupational safety and health; knowledge and experience in multi-state regulatory compliance a plus
  • Demonstrates competent knowledge or aptitude to learn on delivering field-level training on environmental health and safety employee training programs
  • Comfortable in public speaking and facilitation preferred
  • Maintains current knowledge and can interpret information and direction regarding federal and state safety regulations, safety standards, fire codes, electrical codes, safety-related “best practices”
  • Knowledge and ability to read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations; ability to write reports, business correspondence, accident reports and safety procedures; ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from management
  • Ability to define problems, collects data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions for accident investigations and site assessments
  • Ability to use and interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical, diagram or written form as part of research and recommendations purposes for accident prevention
  • Obtains and Maintains certification as an OSHA General Industry Outreach Trainer
  • Industry specific certifications/designations are helpful but not required
  • Encourages membership in American Society of Safety Professional (ASSP)/National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)/National Safety Council (NSC) or other professional organizations recommended and supported

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:  The physical requirements and working conditions listed below are representative of those required on the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.

  • Typical office environment requiring the use of typical office equipment (e.g. computers, phones, etc.). Computer keyboarding, computer monitor and mouse use including reaching forward, grasping, finger and wrist manipulation, and neck bending and turning; near vision is necessary for computer monitor use. If working in an Emerging Workspace, or similar working arrangement, lifting of laptop equipment, files and/or personal belongings weighing 10 lbs. or less is required
  • May require long periods of sitting
  • May require prolonged repetitive use of the upper extremities
  • May require lifting of more than 25 lbs
  • Ability to work outdoors including ability to tolerate extreme weather conditions
  • May be subject to chemicals, equipment, noise, and other conditions typically found in a commercial facility
  • Required to frequently walk, sit, bend, and kneel
  • Required to use hands and fingers to operate objects, tools, and controls and reach with hands and arms
  • Required to climb, balance, stoop, crouch, and crawl
  • Vision abilities include close vision, color vision and the ability to adjust focus
  • Involves operating machinery and equipment

Job Category: Facilities/Maintenance

Primary Location: United States-Ohio-Mayfield Heights

Schedule: Full-time

Qualified Candidate: None Identified

Scheduled Hours Per Week: 40

Hiring Manager: Olivia Lynn Long

Recruiter: Jodi Januszewski

Employee Status: Regular

Gainsharing Target Percentage: 8

Number of Openings: 1

Overtime Status: Non-exempt

Work From Home (100%): No

Environmental Health and Safety Specialist (Progressive Insurance)

Posted: Jul 09, 2019

Environmental Health and Safety Specialist

https://www.progressive.com/careers/

Job Number: 160308

Internal Job Title: Environmental Hlth Sfty Spec Salary Grade: 40 Geo: A 100%

Additional Job Specifications

Please attach your last two performance evaluations to your application profile.  This is a Cleveland based position.

Description

POSITION SUMMARY: The Environmental Health and Safety Specialist reports to the Corporate Environmental Health & Safety Manager with primary responsibility for developing and implementing corporate policy for occupational health, safety, and environmental programs and associated employee training platforms. This role involves coordination of efforts to ensure compliance with federal, state and local environmental health and safety regulations at the individual site-level as well as conformance to industry-wide best practices which is accomplished through effective communication with regulatory authorities, industry peers and other business group departments within Progressive. The impact of this role extends nationally to all business groups to assure our sites and personnel adhere to Progressive’s policies, and applicable regulatory standards.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: The essential duties and responsibilities listed below are representative of those required on the job. Incumbents may perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.

  • Develop and monitor comprehensive corporate-level environmental health and occupational safety program elements for various business groups within Progressive.
  • Work with business group management and other supervision to implement these programs at the functional level.
  • Leads the EHS audit processes to identify potential risks and hazards to assure corrective actions are coordinated through completion.
  • Conducts and leads site-level assessments on specific environmental health issues related to Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) matters. Establish baseline information and lead investigative efforts to proactively assess potential health concerns in resolving IAQ complaints at various owned and leased properties.
  • Drives safety culture with all Progressive business operations and outside vendors through various safety and environmental programs and policies.
  • Works closely with other members of the Real Estate Team to review possible EHS concerns in construction or new space design.*Provides oversight to training vendors to assure compliance with Progressive’s programs and regulatory requirements.
  • Develop and present EHS training programs including OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour training that focus directly on types of hazards found in our corporate workspace, and programs specific to progressive operations.* Research, interprets and communicates safety and environmental regulations to assure Progressive is meeting the compliance requirements of local, state and Federal Laws.
  • Remains current through training/professional development seminars on regulatory issues and changes and best industry practices in environmental, occupational safety and health matters. Apply concepts learned to Progressive environments.
  • Responsible for the daily management of work assignments and documentation in the EHS SharePoint site.
  • Ability to communicate environmental health and safety needs to all levels of the organization
  • Creates safety related communications to the company. This includes monthly ToolBox Talks, Safety newsletter and job aid documents.
  • Oversee all near-miss and accident reports, accident investigations and OSHA recordable incidents. Provides appropriate follow up with supervisors and employees to ensure that actions are implemented to prevent injuries and reoccurrences. Ensures that all Progressive staff, as a whole, has the appropriate communication related to any incidents.
  • Occasional overnight travel required based on business needs
  • Evening/night hours may be required.
  • Extra hours may be required during business emergencies or to meet seasonal deadlines.* Weekend hours may be required.* Holiday hours may be required.
  • On-call hours may be required.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:  Education and/or experiences listed below are the minimum requirements for job entry.

  • Bachelor’s degree in safety, environmental science or risk management with a minimum of 3 years of related field-level experience in a professional setting (e.g., occupational safety, risk management, environmental health).
  • In lieu of a degree, a minimum of 7-years comprehensive experience in environmental health and occupational safety, or industrial hygiene practice in a professional setting.
  • This position requires a valid driver’s license and auto insurance.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS/ABILITIES:  Knowledge, skills/abilities listed below are the requirements needed to be proficient in the job.

  • Demonstrated proficiency with computer skills, including Microsoft applications and SharePoint
  • Strong working knowledge of regulatory requirements including: OSHA 1910 General Industry and OSHA 1926 Construction Safety Standards; NFPA standards, EPA, Life Safety Code, etc. and be comfortable researching other resources in the field of environmental or occupational safety and health; knowledge and experience in multi-state regulatory compliance a plus
  • Demonstrates competent knowledge and experience on delivering field-level training on environmental health and safety employee training programs
  • Maintains current knowledge and can interpret information and direction regarding federal and state safety regulations, safety standards, fire codes, electrical codes, safety-related “best practices” and has basic knowledge of workers’ compensation laws
  • Knowledge and ability to read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations; ability to write reports, business correspondence, accident reports and safety procedures; ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from management
  • Ability to define problems, collects data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions for accident investigations and site assessments
  • Ability to use and interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical, diagram or written form as part of research and recommendations purposes for accident prevention
  • Obtains and Maintains certification as an OSHA General Industry Outreach Trainer* Industry specific certifications/designations such as Certified Safety Professional, Certified Industrial Hygienist, Occupational Health and Safety Technologist, etc., are helpful but not required
  • Membership in American Society of Safety Professional(ASSP)/National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)/National Safety Council (NSC) or other professional organizations recommended and supported

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:  The physical requirements and working conditions listed below are representative of those required on the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.

  • Typical office environment requiring the use of typical office equipment (e.g., computers, phones, etc.). Computer keyboarding, computer monitor and mouse use including reaching forward, grasping, finger and wrist manipulation, and neck bending and turning; near vision is necessary for computer monitor use. If working in an Emerging Workspace, or similar working arrangement, lifting of laptop equipment, files and/or personal belongings weighing 10 lbs. or less is required.
  • May require long periods of sitting
  • May require prolonged repetitive use of the upper extremities
  • May require lifting of more than 25 lbs
  • Ability to work outdoors including ability to tolerate extreme weather conditions.
  • May be subject to chemicals, equipment, noise, and other conditions typically found in a commercial facility is possible* Required to frequently walk, sit, bend, and kneel
  • Required to use hands and fingers to operate objects, tools, and controls and reach with hands and arms
  • Required to climb, balance, stoop, crouch, and crawl
  • Vision abilities include close vision, color vision and the ability to adjust focus
  • Involves operating machinery and equipment

Job Category: Facilities/Maintenance

Primary Location: United States-Ohio-Mayfield Heights

Schedule: Full-time

Qualified Candidate: None Identified

Scheduled Hours Per Week: 40

Hiring Manager: Olivia Lynn Long

Recruiter: Jodi Januszewski

Employee Status: Regular

Gainsharing Target Percentage: 12

Number of Openings: 1

Overtime Status: Exempt

Work From Home (100%): No