Corporate Safety Manager
Company: Sheridan Group Inc. company
Location: Michigan Center
Posted on: September 11, 2021
legislation and develop, implement and maintain policies and
procedures for compliance with any new regulatory safety
- Assess, develop and
implement educational and informational programs to increase
employee performance in and awareness of health and
- Create and conduct
training and awareness programs (as required) for supervision and
employees on LOTO. PPE, Haz Com, blood borne pathogens, forklift
and other training as may be required to maintain compliance with
company safety procedures or state/federal safety
- Assist in the
development, implementation and maintenance of company LMS for
safety and health training programs to ensure compliance with
regulations and company standards.
- Work closely with
Corporate Maintenance Project Manager on the people components of
risk management programs.
- Periodically conduct site
safety compliance audits.
- Set up and maintain data
files to document and monitor company-wide safety
- Generate statistical
reports reflecting safety performance with key company and industry
measures including the Safety Scorecard. In addition, maintains
files as relates to workers compensation/OSHA and investigate
employee claims to determine liability.
- Manage workers
compensation process, files and claims to minimize loss to the
- Provide guidance to
operating divisions on health and safety related performance goals
- Provide statistics to
recommend and track progress of annual management safety, OSHA and
Workers Compensation goals.
- Provide subject matter
expertise and direction on health and safety best practices,
regulatory issues, interpretations of standards and codes, and
- Reviews accident
investigation reports for accuracy and quality. Make
recommendations for additional corrective actions when
- Develop standards for
locations to lead monthly Safety Inspections.
- Coordinate the ordering
and maintaining of safety supplies. (First aid equipment, disaster
- Work closely with the
site Maintenance Managers to develop, implement and maintain
company's emergency response plans for all types of disasters.
Ensures adequate drills, training are conducted and equipment is in
- Work with supervisors to
ensure uniform application for safety-related
- Develop standards and
provide guidance to site safety committees.
- Ensure that all projects
completed by subcontractors and vendors follow proper safety
- Coordinate any industrial
hygiene sampling as required, such as noise levels, to ensure safe
- Represent the Company on
health and safety matters with industry associations, working
groups and committees.
duties as assigned
Demands: Must able to sit for long periods at a computer. The
position may require climbing stairways and ladders and
lifting. May occasionally be required to respond to emergency
situations on any shift.
Environment: While performing the duties of this job, the employee
is exposed to an office environment and equipment and to a
manufacturing environment The noise level in the office and
manufacturing environments is average for office and manufacturing
environments. Up to 20% travel for site safety
• Degree in Industrial
Hygiene, Engineering, Environmental Safety or other 4-year degree
certifications and training.
• 4 years of related
print industry experience.
• Experience responding
to OSHA on-site or desk audits.
• Thorough understanding
and experience with managing and interpreting OSHA, federal, state
• Ability to recognize
hazardous situations and recommend corrective
interpersonal and communication skills to gain commitment from
on implementation of
• Good computer skills,
including MS Word, Excel, and Outlook.
• Experienced in
development and facilitation of safety training.
• OSHA and other safety
• Past experience with
multi-site responsibility is preferred
To apply, please email your resume to
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CJK Group is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration
for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual
orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability,
protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic
protected by law.
The Safety Professional
will be responsible for the overall administration of safety, OSHA
and worker compensation programs, workplace accident protection
programs, and maintaining full compliance with company, and
state/federal safety policies and regulations. Responsibilities
will include all aspects of development, implementation, and
monitoring of these programs. This position will focus on leading
the Company in the areas of safety awareness and accident
prevention. A strong emphasis will be placed on building and
maintaining a safety culture by providing on-going and consistent
communication, training and visibility to safe work practices. The
ultimate focus and priority of the Safety Manager is to ensure that
CJK improves performance in the areas of reducing employee
accidents and reducing worker compensation injury claim expenses.
The Safety Manager acts as the key business partner to the
operations and maintenance areas of the company, ensuring that each
manager is aware of accident prevention and compliance
opportunities for their location.
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