Health and Safety Senior Manager
Goodwill Industries San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin Counties - San Francisco, CA

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TITLE: Health and Safety Senior Manager
REPORTS TO: Director of Finance and Risk Management

JOB SUMMARY: (the purpose of the role)
The Health and Safety Manager administers the Agency’s health and safety policies and programs, ensuring that they are effective, implemented and documented in a timely manner, and that they fulfill current Agency, City, State and Federal requirements.

PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: ( Accountabilities = the WHAT. The specific outcomes or results that an experienced person in this job is expected to contribute to the goals and performance of Goodwill. Include financial/budget accountabilities that the individual has direct or indirect impact on. Responsibilities = the HOW. The specific duties that an experienced person in this job is expected to perform in the achievement of their accountabilities)

Accountabilities :

•Manage organization-wide health and safety programs and resources.
•Lead the development of organization-wide and site-specific procedures that support environmental, health and safety compliance, ensuring timely and effective implementation.
•Work with Human Resources to ensure that CAL/OSHA 300 logs and safety training logs are in compliance at all times.
•Manage the health and safety management audit process, and perform regular assessments and audits of facilities and programs for compliance.
•Develop and implement effective team member training and education programs related to environmental, health and safety compliance, and incident prevention.
•Maintain MSDS documents and hazardous material inventories for all sites.
•Ensure recordkeeping requirements are maintained per local, state and federal environmental and occupational safety regulatory agency requirements.
•Participate in, or lead, interdepartmental planning and management teams, working cross-functionally to improve environmental, health and safety processes throughout the organization.
•Assure compliance with health and safety regulations and codes including CAL/OSHA and Proposition 65.
•Respond and provide assistance to emergency situations.
•Keep management apprised of health and safety management performance, changes in regulations, and recommend policy and procedure changes, as warranted.

Responsibilities :

•Develop team leader skills and knowledge in environmental, health and safety regulatory requirements for integration into their respective job duties.
•Develop safety management performance measurement metrics, and generate timely reports to all levels of management.
•Train new managers and other personnel on their respective safety and safety management roles and responsibilities.
•Conduct and/or coordinate quarterly safety management inspections/audits of Goodwill facilities and programs, to identify unsafe conditions and practices and to assure compliance with health and safety programs, policies, and regulatory requirements.
•Lead/review accident investigations, facilitate root cause analysis, and monitor the effectiveness of corrective actions for significant environmental or injury incidents or trends.
•Identify potential risk factors and trends to minimize, transfer, or eliminate the risk.
•Work with Human Resources to ensure all workers' compensation and liability claims are reported to the insurance carrier.
•Serve as liaison with partners, regulatory agencies, and insurance personnel with regard to safety and health.
•Collect, evaluate, and disseminate pertinent information relating to environmental, health and safety management, and maintain appropriate reference files. Ensure safety information is communicated through a variety of media.
•Respond to Goodwill location requests for safety management support, resources, material, and guidance.
•Conduct counseling for safety infractions and make written reports.
•Provide input, analysis, and insights into the agency's overall Risk Management planning and reporting activities.
•Monitor effectiveness and replenishment of safety equipment (respirators, fire extinguishers, fire sprinklers, etc.).
•Ensure that all necessary safety signs are posted. Ensure sanitary housekeeping conditions at all first aid stations.
•Assure that hazardous material use is minimized, that they are safely used and stored, and that material safety data sheet (MSDS) documents are current at all locations.
•Notify management of any and all non-compliance issues.
•Other duties as assigned.