JBS USA SAFETY ASSISTANT MANAGER/ LICENSED ATHLETIC TRAINER (LAT) ERGONOMIC SPECIALIST in Green Bay, Wisconsin
POSITION TITLE :
Assistant Safety Manager / Licensed Athletic Trainer (LAT) Ergonomic Specialist
COMPANY: JBS USA
Green Bay, WI
TITLE OF SUPERVISOR:
FUNCTION: Implement JBS’s Ergonomic Program, by providing a proactive approach to aid the overall Safety and Health Program as an active team member in Ergonomics.
Perform ergonomic job analysis, including task analysis, risk factor identification and quantification, and body mechanics analysis.
Develop and maintain Physical Demand Assessments for all production positions
Implement/maintain exercise program for facility
Use innovation, creative solutions and employee empowerment to design and/or implement ergonomic interventions such as, job rotation, exercise programs, and training and education.
Consult with the Industrial Engineer on crewing needs and the utilization of Ergo Ease.
Monitor the effectiveness of the Industrial Athlete Program, and suggest improvements as necessary.
On a daily basis, monitor employees who are in conservative treatment or return to work to include the treatment modalities, restricted work activity, and ergonomic interventions.
Through investigation, aid in the determination of causality for alleged occupational illnesses and injuries.
Aid the Occupational Nurse Manager as necessary.
Aid the Employment Manager and/or the Occupational Nurses Manager in assessing an employee’s ability to perform work tasks.
Perform data analysis to measure direct and indirect cost of musculoskeletal disorders and trend identification.
Combination of office setting as well as production and maintenance settings
Exposure to various chemicals, machinery and knives likely.
Slippery floors, extreme temperatures and loud noise prevail.
Generally, works 9 to 10 hour days, 5-6 days a week and could be considered on call additional hours.
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science, Athletic Trainer Certified or Ergonomics
EXPERIENCE: Entry Level
SPECIAL SKILLS: NATABOC Certification or similar ergonomic certifications preferred.
Computer skills (Microsoft Office) required.
Strong oral and written communication skills