Owens Corning Safety Tech in Fresno, Texas
Job Band : Hiring Manager: [[Lorraine Johnson]] HR Rep: [[Linda Bautista]] Location: [[Fresno, Texas ]] Description: The Safety Coordinator (SC) is an hourly position reporting to the EHS Leader with a dotted line to the Production/Operations Manager. The SC is the process expert for plant safety compliance, safety record keeping, OSHA records, logs, scorecards, plant safety programs and special safety reward systems. The successful candidate must maintain and provide leadership and applies technical abilities on the plant floor, engage employees at all levels in all aspects of safety and environmental processes to sustain world-class safety and environmental processes. This position leads the development, implementation, and evaluation of critical safety and environmental process, programs, and procedures to achieve a zero-injury and NOV environment. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Live the Owens Corning Fresno Safety Stand and meet all quarterly safety requirements. Participate in the safety, quality, TPM and good housekeeping programs as established within the plant; including but not limited to Kaizen, Central Safety Committee, etc. Perform job tasks in a manner to reduce an adverse impact to the environment and adhere to the environmental regulations and recycling procedures for waste disposal. Comply with all plant rules, safety regulations and job hazard analysis (JHA) requirements. Track safety data for reporting and improvement purposes. Coordinate needs with appropriate personnel, includes OSHA logs, MedGate incidents, etc. Analyze safety and OSHA log data for creation of continuous improvement strategy. Coordinate safety training and meetings, and assist with hearing testing coordination, Lock Tag Try, etc. Perform root cause analysis, review and address safety issues with plant employees. Act as a participant for Response Team activities. Lead and coordinate safety committees, such as Behavior Based Safety (BBS), Central Safety (CS), etc. Design and administer monthly safety meeting presentations. Administer plant safety recognition system. Assist with other safety project as directed. Monitor and coordinate special programs as directed. Provide relief to positions of prior qualification, as required. Assists C6 Administrators with various projects and/or special projects Work with occupational health and safety specialists to fix hazardous conditions or equipment Maintain positive and proactive relations with managers and employees. Perform cleanup duties (including, but not limited to, equipment areas, workstations, etc.). Perform other related duties consistent with the nature of this position, as directed by the area leader. Sufficient knowledge of equipment and processes in order to apply safety-related principles to the assessment of people and process related risks. Develop plant safety audit systems; conduct site audits to identify compliance risks Provide counsel and support to operating facilities in the Investigation of Accidents & Near-Misses Maintain required Safety and Health Documents and Records Select and Evaluate Personal Protective Equipment for use in plants consistent with hazard assessments and worker needs and Global company standards Develop, Participate in and lead Workplace Safety & IH Surveys and Audits Identify and Prioritize Ergonomic improvement needs Partner with company leadership to develop a culture where all employees assume personal responsibility for safety and where safety is integrated into Metals processes Conduct Ergonomic Assessments and work with manufacturing to provide interventions Develop and lead a Job Safety Analysis process Develop in-plant systems that support ongoing safety processes (i.e. Confined Space, Lockout/Tagout, Machine and Equipment Guarding, Electrical Safety, Contractor Safety, etc.). Use and Maintain OH&S Information databases This is not intended to be an all-inclusive list. There may be additional responsibilities that are assigned to this role which are not included above. Skills and Abilities The employee should hold the following abilities: Must be able to read, write, and speak English, bi-lingual Spanish desired Ability to translate documents from English to Spanish a plus Two to Five years safety manufacturing experience Clerical office work in support of various functional areas such as; data entry, organization, multi-functional, team player, unquestioned integrity Must be able to understand verbal and written instructions Must possess strong communication and organizational skills Must have the ability to multi-task Must have strong internal and external customer service skills Must work well in a team environment Must be self-motivated to work independently and meet targets Must have to ability to do basic mathematical calculations Must be able to secure and maintain job related qualifications and certifications as required by the nature of this position Strong working knowledge of environmental, health, and safety compliance law and industrial hygiene Ability to identify hazards, critical process, and system needs and implement appropriate action plans Ability to establish agreement and consensus with management Ability to effectively engage employees is critical Ability to initiate and lead cross-functional teams and management to achieve objectives Adept at developing and delivering safety training Skillful in driving and managing change Ability to integrate resources across the organization Advanced skills required in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and databases Minimum high school diploma or equivalent is required degree a plus Related experience and/or training in an industrial environment Physical Demands & Work Environment This position requires: Stand for extended prolonged periods during 8-hour shift. Work overtime, as needed. Utilize hand dexterity.