Regional Safety Job Description

Regional Safety Job Description

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Regional safety provides technical and consultative support to KPNW employees, managers, providers (NWP and PDA), Employee Health, Workplace safety and safety committees on environmental, health and safety issues dealing with regulatory bodies (e.g., TJC, OSHA, WISHA, EPA, DOT) and all applicable EH&S state and federal regulations.

Regional Safety Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Ensure OSHA and company policy compliance
Manages the implementation and customization of the corporate safety vision and strategy through field Safety Managers, Safety Representatives and Safety Specialists
Ensures that safety initiatives are consistently administered in compliance with GENCO policies and government regulations
Leads or participates in company-wide safety forums and groups
Manages relationships with major suppliers to communicate the impact of safety performance on mutual business success factors
Implement an audit program to verify ongoing compliance with internal health & safety standards local / regional regulatory requirements
Assist PV scientists / managers and physicians by collating relevant local information in support of their roles
Liaise with PVRM physicians and scientists / managers to ensure that pharmacovigilance processes are adequately addressed and reflected in protocols/supporting documentation for local initiatives where safety data may be directly or indirectly collected
Assist Operations colleagues with submission of expedited reports to Health Authorities as required
Assist GDS scientists / managers and physicians by collating relevant local information in support of their roles

Regional Safety Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Regional Safety

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: CSP, CIH, OSHA, HACCP, CMSP, CHST, CPR, WZ, LPC, CPP

Education for Regional Safety

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the regional safety job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Collage Degree in Health, Engineering, Science, Education, Industrial, Management, Technical, Business, Construction, Biological Science

Skills for Regional Safety

Desired skills for regional safety include:

Local safety and health regulatory laws and practices of investigations and workplace safety
OSHA
NFPA70e and electrical background
OSHA regulations and standards
DOT regulations and transportation safety
DOT
Local safety and health regulatory law and practices of investigations and workplace safety
EPA
Federal
State

Desired experience for regional safety includes:

Deputise for the RoW Head of H&S if required
Manage information and reporting requirements for the region
Ensure that the regional H&S website is kept up to date
Authorise changes/updates/additions to regional H&S guidance
Monitor regional Branch Office reviews in order to ensure proper evaluation of H&S provisions
Design and implement training to raise H&S awareness among staff and improve management understanding of H&S responsibilities

Regional Safety Examples

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Regional Safety Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is searching for experienced candidates for the position of regional safety. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for regional safety
  • Manage the Field Safety professionals
  • Prepare and present technical reports and recommendations to operations leaders at all levels (mgmt
  • Visibility as a safety leader/subject matter expert
  • Coordinate regulatory audits and develop responses to official inquires or citations
  • Incident investigation and corrective action
  • Interface and assist Regions with all mandated 3rd party safety platforms including DISA, PICS, ISN
  • Conduct at a minimum one monthly HSE Self Inspection and assist in corrective measures for assigned locations
  • Utilize provided data to assist operations management in addressing safety related issues
  • Coordinates and manages initial ongoing safety training for all facility Fire and Safety staff
  • Ensures that the facilities are compliant with the proper controls and use of hazardous chemicals being responsible for region-wide monitoring of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) compliance
Qualifications for regional safety
  • Liaise with external government and municipal agencies and internal clients, particularly General Counsel and the Human Resources Department
  • Capable of field work to collect and verify data
  • Be a “subject matter expert” on your area of expertise, and identify annual training programs needed to keep skill-sets current
  • Must be self-reliant, able to make decisions
  • Multi-disciplinary backgrounds
  • College degree or equivalent work experience directly related to Safety, Health and Environmental regulations and policies
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Regional Safety Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of regional safety. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for regional safety
  • Reviews and assists with development of written Emergency Plan
  • Establish effective service level agreements with Operations EHS, and R&D organizations
  • Lead the development & implementation of Abbott’s worldwide position on EHS emerging issues and regulatory initiatives building on technical experts’ input
  • Interface with regulators, agencies, and trade organizations to influence direction of regulations, requirements, and performance expectations
  • Collaborate with Abbott EHS leaders to understand trends, issues, and business impacts
  • Provide technical insight and tactical direction to collaboratively develop & implement the EHS strategic plan
  • Keep current on emerging technologies and regulatory issues that may impact the business
  • Understand regional and global business drivers/regulations
  • Staff, retain, and develop qualified, regional technical expert positions and ensure that clients have consistent accessibility
  • Promote safety culture across the organization
Qualifications for regional safety
  • Ability to proficiently address multiple tasks in a timely manner
  • Must be organized, self-motivated, detail-oriented, and cognizant of satisfying deadlines
  • Extensive travel via auto and air at least 50% of time within Region
  • Bachelor's level degree in environmental sciences, engineering, safety or related discipline preferred or 5+ years Transportation industry experience in lieu of degree
  • Class A CDL w/Hazardous Material Endorsement or able to obtain endorsement
  • Demonstrated leadership capabilities and capacity to change organizational culture as it relates to HSES
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Regional Safety Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of regional safety. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for regional safety
  • Coordinate and perform routine safety audits
  • Perform routine safety equipment inspections
  • Monitor and reduce PPE costs
  • Analyze Safety KPI’s and development Safety Improvement Plans (SPI)
  • Perform safety trainings to field personnel
  • Complete Root Cause/Lessons Learned reports
  • Direct and implement programs to aid in the prevention, detection and resolution of loss both internally and externally
  • Provides leadership to the organization, both field and corporate office, in addressing and coordinating asset protection, loss control, regulatory compliance and safety initiatives
  • Ensures consistency in philosophy and operation of Risk and Safety functions through the development of policies and best practices
  • Initiates appropriate strategies to bring internal investigations to successful conclusion
Qualifications for regional safety
  • Work closely with the Bank's Facilities Services supplier to ensure in-scope operational and occupational health and safety risks are properly identified and mitigated, and compliance with all relevant legal requirements
  • Ability to work extended hours and respond to emergencies, including nights & weekend, as business needs dictate
  • Strong Product line knowledge of industrial gas equipment
  • Possess excellent written and verbal communications with all internal and external customers
  • Facilitate group training sessions as needed
  • Ability to work in high production environment (50+ hours/week, including nights and weekends are expected) and respond quickly and effectively under pressure and deadlines
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Regional Safety Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for a regional safety. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for regional safety
  • Develops and implements prosecution or restitution procedures, or both, to return maximum restitution to the company
  • Recommends effective utilization procedures for physical and electronic security controls for corporate, field and the distribution centers
  • Partners with Internal Audit department on loss prevention and risk management procedures, compliance and investigations
  • Manages national accounts for security and safety services
  • Facilitates Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) and Safe Quality Food (SQF) policies and procedures, as appropriate for regions
  • Coordinates an Environmental Consultant to work with locations on programs such as SWPPP, SPCC, Tier II and environmental permitting
  • Work’s with Insurance Providers, Risk Analysts, Transportation and Human Resources to effectively manage insurance claims
  • Ensure plant PHA leaders are trained in proper PHA techniques and ensure plant PHAs are led by appropriately qualified personnel
  • Participate in select Pre-Startup Safety Reviews (PSSRs) prior to startup of new or modified processes or equipment (i.e., OPVT) or after extended shutdown of equipment
  • Participate in Process Safety Event investigations/root cause analysis to provide guidance to all plants
Qualifications for regional safety
  • Adept at leading others through process rather than mandate
  • The candidate must be qualified to certify as a CSP or CIH
  • Bachelor's degree supplemented by training or education in the principles of occupational and industrial health and safety and two (2) years of experience in a correctional safety role or five (5) years of work experience in the military or other industry involving fire safety, occupational health or loss prevention
  • Insightful understanding of behavior-based safety
  • Required to travel approximately 70 - 80% of the time to promote, inspect, coach and train others on safety and risk management systems, policies, procedures, and protocols
  • Satisfactory background check
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Regional Safety Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking to fill the role of regional safety. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for regional safety
  • Investigate occupational injuries, vehicle accidents, near-miss incidents
  • Partner with the Branches and Operations Dept
  • Assist in managing the Capex Request flow from the field to the Fleet Dept
  • Ensure and facilitate timely incident investigations, audits, inspections and training and all are documented accordingly
  • Partner with Operations team(s) to develop and distribute communications addressing accidents, near misses, lessons learned and other EHS&S-related topics
  • Coordinate the distribution and communication of applicable EHSMS elements at Regional Branches to support comprehension, implementation and accountability
  • Manages the delivery of the Safety Technology initiatives for schools assigned to their region
  • Develop security assessments that addresses security technology needs across the school district
  • Partners with schools and the Office of Safety and Security Network Safety Managers to design overall customer requirements scope for each design project
  • Works the ITS team to prepare an overall technical scope for bidding and implementation
Qualifications for regional safety
  • Four year college degree and/or equivalent related experience
  • Ability to drive to work locations
  • Experience and working knowledge of Environmental regulations
  • Work experience of 4-5 years in a health and safety related field
  • Bachelor’s degree required- Preferred in Occupational Health and Safety or related program
  • Willingness to travel frequently up to 50% of the time to multiple facilities with flexible hours

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