Sr Safety Manager (On-Site)
Broadridge Financial Solutions
El Dorado Hills, CA
At Broadridge, we've built a culture where the highest goal is to empower others to accomplish more. If you’re passionate about developing your career, while helping others along the way, come join the Broadridge team.
Broadridge is hiring! The Sr. Safety Manager responds to accidents and emergencies and ensures the root causes of any SEH hazards are resolved. In addition they ensure facilities, equipment and processes align with OSHA, EPA, fire, and local regulatory agency requirements. They also integrates SEH processes with Company operations and coordinates activities with other business units, such as Operations, Facilities, Human Resources, and Legal.
This role will coordinate with facilities management and security personnel to support policies ensuring business continuity, implement emergency preparedness plans, establish emergency coordinators, and manage on-going maintenance of the plans. They will also establish a local safety committee, facilitate regular meetings, and support resulting programs. They will produce associate training courses, educational materials and presentations regarding SEH issues and facilitate on-going training courses personally or through trained representatives for the organization. They will also be responsible and accountable for promoting a motivational atmosphere that develops high collaboration to support objectives.
This is an on-site role that will be assigned to a Broadridge location where you will work 100% of the time.
Responding to emergencies and leading investigations of job-related accidents and injuries to determine the root cause, circumstances, and contributing factors. Developing and implementing corrective action recommendations and following up to prevent the possibility of recurrence.
Collaborating with staff at other Company sites to ensure consistency in processes where appropriate.
Conducting regular SEH health audits of company buildings, facilities, tools, equipment, and working conditions to identify problems, reporting findings to management, recommending solutions to correct hazardous safety or health situations, and following up to ensure successful resolution.
Developing and maintaining working relationships with various regulatory agencies, industry organizations, and consultants. Interacting with regulatory agencies and addressing any complaints associated with SEH compliance. Performing risk management activities in responding to regulatory agencies' requests for information and in litigation avoidance.
Ensuring that any sites contaminated with spills, hazardous waste, or production by-products are cleaned up in accordance with government regulations.
Evaluating web-based technologies and tools to improve SEH reporting and data collection processes.
Interacting with others in the administration of the worker's compensation program including record keeping, risk assessments, implementation of workplace ergonomic solutions, and loss control measures to reduce costs and liabilities.
Maintaining comprehensive knowledge of current OSHA and state government SEH regulations and developing, implementing, and maintaining required guidelines, policies, and procedures to ensure compliance in a cost-effective manner.
Managing expenses appropriately to established budget and providing input into the SEH budget.
Preparing and submitting environmental regulatory permits for air, water, and solid and hazardous waste. Maintaining involvement in record keeping, permitting, and reporting activities to reduce liabilities and negative impact on the company.
Post-secondary education required.
Bachelor’s degree in Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Risk Management, Environmental Health Science, Engineering, or Business Management or advanced degree or certification in Safety or Environmental Management preferred.
Minimum of five years’ related experience including development and delivery of safety training; working knowledge of OSHA and local government safety and health regulations required; 8+ years’ business experience in a manufacturing environment preferred.
First Aid, CPR and emergency medical response training is encouraged.
Excellent analytical skills; ability to interpret information, think critically, identify trends, establish priorities, and work well under pressure.
Understanding how to work in a diverse group environment with various personality types to get the work done. Ability to relate well to and show respect and consideration for others and build relationships.
Ability to operate a PC and be literate in using application software such as Windows, Outlook, Excel, and Word.
Required to carry a cellular phone for on-call support as required which may include 24x7 coverage. May be necessary to work outside of normally scheduled hours as mandated by the workload (e.g. evenings, weekends, etc…). Occasional travel may be required.
Significant amount of standing and walking may be required and may be exposed to excessive or loud noise in the production environment where hearing protection is requisite.
Salary Range: 115,000 – 130,000 depending on experience. Compensation may vary outside of this range depending on a number of factors, including a candidate’s qualifications, skills, competencies and experience, and location. Base pay is one part of the Total Package that is provided to compensate and recognize employees for their work, and this role may be eligible for additional discretionary bonuses/incentives, and restricted stock units.
Annual Bonus: 10%
Benefits: Medical, dental, life and vision insurance. 401k w/ match, parental leave, and more. Medical insurance starts immediately upon hire.
Broadridge associates helped us envision our Connected Workplace - a work model that allows associates around the globe, dependent upon their role responsibilities, to take advantage of the benefits of both on-site and off-site work to support our clients, one another, and the communities where we live and work. Our Connected Workplace is grounded in the concept of FACS: Flexible, Accountable, Connected, and Supported, which is our commitment to our associates. FACS supports our strong culture and allows us to achieve business goals while supporting meaningful work-life integration for our associates.
We are dedicated to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment and committed to providing a workplace that empowers associates to be authentic and bring their best to work. We believe that associates can only do their best when they feel safe, understood, and valued, and we work diligently and collaboratively to ensure Broadridge is a company—and ultimately a community—that recognizes and celebrates diversity in all its dimensions.
We recognize that ensuring our long-term success means creating an environment where everyone is welcome, where everyone's strengths are valued, and where everyone can perform at their best. Broadridge provides equal employment opportunities to all associates and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and pregnancy), marital status, national origin, ethnic origin, age, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, and other protected characteristics protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. US applicants: Click here to view the "EEO is the Law" poster.
If you need assistance or would like to request reasonable accommodations during the application and/or hiring process, please contact us at 888-237-7769 or by sending an email to BRcareers@broadridge.com.ID:uDnQdo