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.
- 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.