Under the direction of the Director of Corporate HSE/WC, the Fleet Safety Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day administration and technical sup port of the corporation's DOT/Fleet Safety programs. Responsibilities include assistance with DOT/HSE written plan development and implementation, compliance monitoring, metrics and data management, fleet safety, maintenance of the corporation's Author ized Driver's list, Motor Vehicle Record checks, accident prevention and incident investigation assistance. Additional duties include safety support, maintenance of the corporation's OSHA Logs, records and other data used in safety metric programs and regulatory compliance. This position requires a strong understanding of DOT regulations. This position may work out of the Chesapeake VA or Anchorage AK locations.
This position requires comprehensive written and oral communication skills, the ability to write technical material, reports, presentations, DOT/HSE procedures, and other collat eral documents used in the Corporation's general safety and fleet safety programs. The employee must have the ability to work collaboratively within the Risk/HSE depart ment, other departments, external and internal customers, and operational divisions.
Specific Responsibilities and Skills:
1. DOT/HSE Regulatory Compliance
• Monitor program compliance with DOT & HSE regulations.
• Research new or updated DOT/HSE regulations and assist in communications to operational divisions as needed. Assist with regulatory agency investiga tions as needed.
• Work closely with operations to ensure that DOT/HSE training is conducted per applicable regulations.
• Participate in development and presentation of DOT/HSE regulatory training as needed.
2. Fleet/Motor Vehicle Safety Program
• Assists in the development, implementation and administration of the corporation's Motor Vehicle/Fleet Safety Program.
• Administer Motor Vehicle Driver's Record Check (MVR) Program.
• Participate in Corporation's Fleet Safety Steering Committee and work on related projects.
3. Accident/Incident Prevention
• Assist in investigation of all accidents and incidents (including Motor Vehicle and Forklift) to identify root causes and ensure that risk control countermeas ures are implemented in a timely manner.
• Assists in accident reports and documentation, provides information to insurers as needed.
4. HSE Recordkeeping and Metrics
• Assist with Safety Metrics (OSHA TRIR, DART, EMR, etc.) and OSHA Recordkeeping as needed.
• Coordinate Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reporting requirements.
• Administer and maintain OSHA recordkeeping program.
5. Safety Culture Development
• Assists Director of Corporate HSE/WC as needed to move the Company Safety Culture forward.
• Assists in communicating proactive Safety Culture information through conference calls, bulletins, safety committees, etc.
• Other duties as assigned.
Job Requirements (Mandatory):
• Strong computer skills, strong command of MS Office products.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.
• Must be a team player, reliable, creative, ethical, and trustworthy.
• Knowledge of DOT regulations, federal, state and local HSE regulations.
• High level of productivity and organizational skills.
• Mature judgment and ability to work with little or no supervision.
• Interact with co-workers in a friendly, professional manner.
• Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
Job Requirements (Preferred):
• Bachelor's Degree in an HSE (or related) field and working knowledge of DOT regulations
• Minimum 2-4 years of DOT and/or HSE experience.
• Professional designation: An interest in DOT and/or HSE certification is strongly encouraged.
• Work is typically performed indoors in an office environment.
• Moderate travel to projects and field sites may be required.
• Normal office environment.
• Periodic work at projects and field sites (Job Corps Centers, Warehouses, Office Buildings, Project Field Sites, etc.).
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