Coordinates, organizes, and implements the County's safety and loss prevention for a high risk department or major division as determined by the Risk Management Division. Conducts training on safety and loss prevention, performs preventative maintenance inspections and compiles and evaluates statistical accident and loss data.
Conducts safety and loss prevention training classes.
Trains branch and section level safety coordinators in all aspects of loss.
Prepares and distrubutes employee training schedules.
Develops and implements training programs to help prevent, reduce or eliminate work related accidents and injuries.
Initiates and enforces departmental safety procedures and policies for specific operations.
Monitors work force activities to ensure availability and proper use of prescribed safety equipment.
Inspects work sites, plants and facilities for compliance with County departmental and OSHA policies.
Coordinates the convening of departmental accident review panel hearings and prepares reports.
Investigates all vehicle accidents and incidents of employee injuries.
Performs preventive maintenance inspections and checks on department vehicles and equipment.
Coordinates the scheduling of physical examinations for commercial driver’s licensees.
Compiles and evaluates statistical accident and loss data.
Maintains and prepares safety related records, reports, and documentation.
Coordinates and collaborates with other departments and safety personnel regarding occupational health and safety programs and services.
Prepares and publishes newsletters, bulletins, posters and other safety promotional materials.
Responds to concerns from County employees and the general public regarding safety issues.
Maintains and updates safety library.
Attends professional training, conferences and workshops.
Maintains Compliance Suite and other computer programs to track and keep safety related items.
Bachelor’s degree in Safety Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or Public Health; four years of experience in occupational safety and health. OSHA
40-Hour certification is required. Must have a valid Georgia driver’s license. May be required to obtain a CPR and First Aid certification. An equivalent combination of training and experience will be considered.
An evaluation will consist of:
* Driver's License
* MVR Review
DeKalb County, GA - 9 months ago