• Safety Supervisor

    Job Location US-OH-Dunbridge
  • Overview

    The Safety Supervisor leads the successful execution of PBE Safety Program; works with personnel throughout the organization to maintain a safe, secure, and clean work environment.  Maintains and periodically updates safety documents including policies, procedures, postings, etc. Tracks periodic training requirements; ensures OSHA compliance and PBE safety requirements are met.

    Leads in the identification and eliminate or control of hazardous conditions resulting from human error, equipment, and machine operations which may lead to human injury and/or property damage.  Monitors facility processes for adherence to OSHA guidelines with the goal of eliminating all accidents.

    Leads in the planning and coordination, in collaboration with a staff of semiskilled and unskilled personnel, activities concerned with the safe operation, repair, maintenance, and construction of facilities, buildings, and grounds. Works on special projects as assigned in any area of need.


    • Facilitates EH&S activities through leadership, communication, motivation; and the guidance of the Safety Oversight Committee and Shift Safety Committees
    • Leads the development and implementation of safety policies, procedures, and programs.
    • Coordinates and delivers safety training for all associates in the areas of general safety, accident prevention, security, fire prevention, hazardous chemicals, etc.
    • Reviews and updates Safety Orientations – Full/Production, Office/Short, and Contractor versions
    • Leads the investigation of all work-related injuries and/or illnesses
    • Leads the development of effective health and safety counter-measures to continuously improve safety measures on a proactive basis
    • Ensures compliance with OSHA, EPA, Ohio BWC, and State & Local Fire Codes; serve as the back-up liaison with area OSHA, EPA, Ohio BWC, and Fire Department representatives
    • Leads the Safety Oversight Committee and coordinates activities, recommendations, and accountability of issues identified for change or improvement
    • Coordinates and conducts emergency evacuation processes, periodic training, and drills.
    • Coordinates and schedules environmental testing, ensuring compliance, such as air quality and noise levels with the Ohio BWC and the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio.
    • Conducts routine workplace safety inspections/audits in collaboration with production and warehouse leadership and assisting with establish measurable standards from which continuous improvement can be made, with effective follow-up.
    • Conducts random audits of safe workplace practices, ensuring that personnel are following safety policies and procedures properly; wearing required PPE; develop and maintain documentation procedure.
    • Oversees the maintenance of MSDSOnline for Safety Data Sheets (SDS), Hazardous Materials list; coordinates and participates in RCRA training; audits and ensures the use of secondary container labels where indicated and/or required
    • Participates in ongoing OSHA training seminars and events to ensure compliance; attends safety training at the Safety Council and other entities maintaining safety certifications
    • Reviews machine specific LOTO and Minor Servicing Exception procedures (work instructions) with the input of Line Operators, Engineering, Maintenance, and Production Supervision, ensuring that all necessary personnel are trained as required; and participates in LOTO updates as equipment is installed, updated, or changed


    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • High attention to detail; keen observation and inspection skills
    • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills
    • Demonstrated strength in oral and written communications, and strong organizational skills.


    Minimum Education, Training and Experience:

    • Associates degree in EH&S or closely related field
    • 3-5 years of safety leadership experience in an operations, manufacturing, or production environment
    • Intermediate level abilities in MS Office products


    Preferred Education, Training and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in EH&S or closely related field
    • 5-7 years of safety leadership experience in an operations, manufacturing, or production environment
    • Advanced level abilities in MS Office products including MS Project
    • Safety Certification: COSS or CSP
    • Working knowledge of Industrial Ergonomics


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