Snyder's Lance Operations Safety Coordinator in COLUMBUS, Georgia
Title: Operations Safety Coordinator
Location: United States-Georgia-Columbus
Job Number: 171032
Responsible for developing, maintaining, and conducting safety and security training programs at Lance Charlotte facilities. Also responsible for maintaining Supply Chain safety programs and procedures related to federal and state OSHA, DOT and other applicable regulatory agencies. Works with various facility personnel to schedule and conduct training in order to promote continuous improvement in safety performance, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. Maintains regulatory and company-required records and reports. Assists the Operations Safety Manager with routine safety and training related activities as needed. In the absence of the Operations Safety Manager, provides for the completion of all essential safety functions as necessary.
Essential Job Duties
Assist in regulatory compliance with OSHA, DOT and other regulatory agencies/ departments to achieve company safety objectives.
Assist/coordinate safety training and awareness activities with multiple facilities to ensure effective training, proper documentation and recordkeeping.
Maintain safety training programs to ensure compliance with OSHA, DOT and other regulatory agencies.
Provide guidance and information to supervision and management regarding safety training requirements and compliance as they relate to employee health and safety.
Assist the Operations Safety Manager with maintaining accurate OSHA 300 logs and generating all injury/ illness metrics as required.
Assist Supply Chain facilities with maintaining current, consistent Health and Safety programs facilities-wide.
Continuously evaluate incident and injury trends, both within the company as well as the industry. Use this information to update safety and training programs to ensure their highest effectiveness and relevance.
Assist corporate claims staff with investigation and follow-up of injuries and incidents as needed.
When necessary, act as a Company representative to regulatory agencies, insurance auditors, Contractors and Sales representatives.
Act as a member of the plant Safety Steering Committee and support the plant Safety Committees.
Maintain a current knowledge of federal, state, and local regulatory standards and initiatives. Use this information to update programs as needed, and provide communications to assure that appropriate Lance personnel are aware of new current or upcoming standards/requirements.
Assist with all in-house seminars which includes scheduling meeting rooms, gathering participants names, preparing sign-in sheets, presentation materials and handouts, and related functions.
Ability to work with confidential material.
Assist departments in developing, maintain and refining Job Safety & Health Analysis’s
Monitors Haz-Com Program, Lists and MSDS.
Prepares monthly reports based on deadlines.
Prepares materials for various meetings and training sessions.
Perform other duties as assigned by Operations Safety Manager as required to meet need of Charlotte facilities and Lance Finance Department.
Scope of Responsibility
The Coordinator, Operations Safety is responsible for assisting in plant safety compliance. The Coordinator, Operations Safety provides regulatory training, audits programs, processes, and maintains safety records.
The Coordinator, Operations Safety provides pertinent safety reports to Management personnel in order to benchmark safety performances. The Coordinator, Operations Safety manages the day to day operations of the 1 st Aid Station which may include Nurse Staff. The Coordinator, Operations Safety is responsible for coordinating DOT fleet compliance programs, along with administering and maintaining Plant, and DOT compliant drug and alcohol random testing programs.
Knowledge and Skill Requirements
Ability to work independently with little or no Supervision. Apply common sense understanding, to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or in diagram form; deal with problems involving several concrete variables and/or from standardized situations.
Ability to read safety rules, instructions for procedures and mechanical drawing, write reports with grammatical correctness, and speak with poise, voice control, and confidence.
Education and Experience
A Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety or Business, EMT training and an ASP or CSP desired.
Knowledge of Federal, State, and local loss prevention regulations. A minimum of 3 years’ experience in a Safety related Manufacturing environment.
Up to 10% travel to other locations, including Lance facilities and general meeting locations.
EEO Disclosure: Snyder’s-Lance is an Equal Opportunity Employer