Safety Engineer

Safety Engineer
Core Role:
Lead proactive safety themes and initiatives to support the Assembly Department Business plan. Work with all levels of the department and organization to achieve goals and targets to create an injury free manufacturing department.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
Work with department Ergonomist to conduct ergonomic process analysis with only very general supervision. Use the analysis results in implementing and measuring improvement.
Lead the development and implementation of countermeasures to a variety of safety and ergonomics related concerns of moderate scope and complexity.
Develop and implement process improvement, using advanced techniques as needed.
Support incident investigation and countermeasure development, as needed.
Work with associates in other groups within the assembly department to address safety and ergonomic concerns.
Lead department safety audits. Gather data and feedback results. Tracking to ensure completion.
Overall Safety contact for the department
Daily Tasks:
Implement countermeasures.
Safety/Ergonomics analysis of processes or equipment.
Working with safety team coordinators to give direction on process placements for associates with work restriction as needed.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Advanced knowledge of safety and ergonomics. (College coursework, application of safety/ergonomics in job, etc.)
Understanding of a manufacturing environment.
Ability to use computer office software. (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
Ability to use program software applications.
Ability to manage projects to completion.
Ability to identify and focus on priorities that have the greatest impact.
Can adapt to changing priorities and requirements.
Ability to effectively communicate with production associates, staff and managers.
Required Experience:
Minimum of two years of safety relevant experience in a manufacturing environment.
Education Requirements:
BS in Safety, Ergonomics, Industrial Hygiene or a related field or equivalent experience.
Position Factors:
Shift rotation as needed.
Company provided uniforms.

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