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Safety Associate

Veolia North America Milwaukee Full-Time
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The Health and Safety (H&S) Associate coordinates and administers the Site Heath, Safety and Security Program. Investigates unsafe conditions and incidents, performs plant safety & security inspections and coordinates the corrective actions towards resolution. Coordinates and/or performs training of personnel in health and safety related topics.

•       Monitors and ensures employee and facility safety, security, and compliance performance regarding H&S rules, regulations, principles, and practices at assigned projects, area, or businesses.

•       Works with employees,  safety committees, management teams to develop and sustain a pro-active, zero-tolerance H&S culture.

•       Continuously evaluates all aspects of H&S programs for value, effectiveness, and improvement.

•       Conducts training assessments and skill gap analyses and assists with the resultant development, scheduling, and implementation of Management Systems and H&S training and awareness programs.

•       Provides guidance and assistance for processing and managing work-related injuries and illnesses in accordance with state provincial, insurance, and company requirements.

•       Assist with incident investigations (including near-misses, injuries, illnesses, property damage, vehicle collisions, chemical releases, and the like). Assist with Root Cause Analysis (RCA) for the purpose of identifying causal factors, preventive and corrective actions, and lessons-learned.

•       Participates in routine and non-routine as well as formal and informal audits and inspections regarding H&S (including facility security assessments). Develops appropriate reports and action plans to address program deficiencies or improvement opportunities. Tracks said plans and report from issue identification through resolution.

•       Minimum 2 year degree in safety, environmental or a related field or equivalent work experience.

•       OSHA 10hr certification

•       Ability to recognize hazards in an industrial environment and be able to mitigate them.

•       Must be able to speak comfortably in front of large groups.

•       Ablility to participate in thorough and timely investigations and Root Cause Analysis.

•       Valid driver's license and safe driving record

•       Must be able to pass drug and criminal background screening


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