HVAC Health Safety Environmental Leader
A client located in Apopka, Florida seeking an HVAC Health Safety Environmental Leader.
- Plan, implement and update safety programs to reduce injuries and illnesses
- Conduct plant audits to identify hazards
- Compiles and interprets statistical data for occupational illness and accidents
- Develops the company’s formal safety program, to include a formally written plan that is updated based on company needs and changing safety requirements.
- Investigates and analyzes incident reports and complaints involving work‐related injuries and illness; prepares reports noting hazards, violations, and accidents; recommends measures to prevent recurrence
- Develop recommended procedures and practices based on reports of incidents, accidents, and other data gathered from industry and agencies to improve safety and loss prevention
- Disseminates information to department heads and others regarding toxic substances, safety hazards, chemical hazards, and other safety information.
- Develop, implement and review safety training for the Plant and Field Service Support group to assist department heads and administrators in enforcing safety regulations and codes.
- Measures and evaluates effectiveness of safety program, using established goals.
- Conducts building and grounds surveys on periodic and regular basis to safety violations, safety hazards, and incorrect work practices and procedures.
- Monitors and coordinates safety programs at the site for contractors.
- Prepare, disseminate and maintain memos, reports, and control of records related to safety and health programs.
- Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health, Industrial Hygiene, Engineering, Business, organizational management, risk management continuity or five (5) years equivalent experience
- Knowledge of OSHA and EPA standards with regard to construction
- Ability to train, influence and motivate team members
- Five years of progressively responsible experience in safety, accident/incident prevention, industrial hygiene, loss control, and safety education is required, four of which must be in a field environment as a Safety Specialist or Safety Engineer and two of which must be in a supervisory capacity. Must have experience in industrial incident investigations and written mitigation plans.
- Prominence in risk management activities at the state or national level and a positive image in that profession.