Part-Time Safety Coordinator – Day Shift – Paracale
In your role as Safety Coordinator, you put your whole self to work. You have a good sense of when immediate action is required. Where silence is welcome. At what times should one laugh out loud? You have expertise in both emergency management strategies and legal compliance, and you are equally at ease instructing and training others. You excel at your current position, but you wish you could make a bigger impact. Because you consider a well-coordinated team to be more powerful than any one person. As our Safety Coordinator, you will assist the Safety Manager in coordinating and preparing emergency drills and exercises, as well as in evaluating and implementing after-action plans related to actual accidents and/or drills/exercises.
Job Title : Safety Coordinator – Day Shift
Location : Paracale, Camarines Norte Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 30.79 per hour.
Company : New York Times Company
Job Type : Part-Time
- Contribute to a project safety culture and strategy aimed at preventing any accidents (s).
- Workers’ compensation and fitness-for-duty judgments are only two examples of the areas in which employees, supervisors, managers, and other interested parties are counseled and given technical assistance.
- Investigate accidents and collaborate with leadership and staff to find ways to prevent such occurrences in the future. Don’t just think about doing this; put it into action and see what happens.
- In addition to making sure that employees are properly trained on JSAs, SOPs, and lockout procedures, you should also help keep these documents up to date and audited.
- Always make it a habit to inspect your workplace for any dangers and take measures to eliminate them before they can cause an accident. Find out if any of your workers are engaging in risky safety practices, and if so, provide them with additional education and guidance if necessary.
- Managers and supervisors are provided with guidance and resources to help them establish a secure workplace for their employees. Acquire, employ, and set up devices meant to prevent harm or mitigate risks.
- This role calls for regular and dependable attendance, the ability to complete tasks safely, and the observance of all applicable safety regulations and policies.
- Contributes to the timely execution of required safety-related equipment and system testing, inspections, preventative maintenance, and repairs. Makes sure issues are evaluated for ILSM threat and rectified in accordance with guidelines.
- Establish and implement hearing conservation, chemical inventory and control, hazardous communications and safety data sheets (SDS), and ergonomics programs. The patient receives or arranges for an annual audiometric evaluation.
- Contributes to and coordinates safety meetings. Prepares monthly safety training for different departments and either presents it directly or coordinates its delivery.
- The ideal candidate will have a strong sense of leadership and a strong motivation to grow professionally.
- Excellent social, organizational, and verbal skills are required.
- It’s impossible to imagine modern life without word processors, slideshow makers, spreadsheets, and database managers.
- Collect data from multiple sources, sort it out, prepare it for presentation, and offer suggestions to upper management and operational staff.
- One who acts with integrity in all aspects of his or her employment. Takes ownership of their decisions and actions, and encourages others to do the same. When dealing with very sensitive or confidential information, exercise extreme caution.