JBS USA MOPAC SAFETY MANAGER in Souderton, Pennsylvania
Safety Manager Job summary
Our Company takes safety seriously, and we require all of our employees to use the standard industry practices to keep everyone safe on the job. We’re seeking an experienced Safety Manager who can evaluate the safety protocols and practices at the Souderton JBS facility. The ideal candidate will have experience in a manufacturing industry (specifically food or food services) and will understand the specific safety issues inherent to food sites.
Safety Manager Responsibilities and duties
Implement & maintain a safety culture across all areas of the organization.
Develop employee training material and provide safety education training relating to all aspects of JBS Safety program.
Conduct site safety audits and inspections.
Complete comprehensive reports of findings including correction plans to ensure compliance.
Examine work sites to identify hazards in the workplace.
Promote a proactive safety culture at all levels of the organization, with heavy focus on employee engagement towards the safety program
Design and implement safety-related programs in conjunction with/ corporate resources as well as other JBS facilities
Conduct safety audits on personnel, equipment and materials daily
Evaluate, assess and alter safety procedures and policies for the benefit of employees
Analyze accident reports and evaluate injury case studies based on available facts, and train others on to properly comply, investigate, complete reports etc.
Ensure compliance with all regulatory bodies and standards (including OSHA, EPA, etc.)
Track incident metrics and apply findings
Lead a team of 4 senior team members
Interact with peers at other facilities and corporate
Lead injury and incident inquiries and evaluation
Bachelor’s degree required (preferably in environmental health and safety)
6+ years’ experience in the manufacturing industry
Knowledge of OSHA and EPA standards with regard to Manufactures
Ability to train, influence and motivate team members
Some travel required (25 to 30 percent)