The purpose of this position is to oversee the school district needs pertaining to staff safety and wellness. The OSHA Compliance Manager is responsible to investigating accidents, reviewing reports and audits of facilities for workplace compliance and training of staff on various topics including the sending, managing, and monitoring the completion of all required back to school trainings, accident-based training assignment and completion, site visits based on the facility, fire audits, and OSHA 300 logs, record, reports, complaints.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
· Conducts safety meetings, evaluates building audits and inspections to ensure compliance, identify corrective action, and implement follow up assessments.
· Plans, implements, conducts, and monitors preventative care, safety, and compliance training programs, including back to school training for all district staff. Manages and implements all follow-up training for staff upon return to work from and accident or illness caused by an OSHA related incident.
· Collaborates with management to develop and maintain an Emergency Action Plan and serve as primary contact for building site injury and incident notification, investigation, and case management. Maintains a written log of safety inspection activities, reports, and correspondence.
· Reviews employee accidents to see where site visits are needed.
· Audits fire drill reports to compliance with reporting.
· Monitors and communicates policies, procedures, and standards for the District to identify and correct safety and security deficiencies or problems.
· Reviews operational equipment at locations for safety as well as reviewing and monitoring safety training for forklifts, safety shoes, proper PPE to be used, lawn care equipment, as well as an equipment used in the day-to-day operations of the Maintenance, Child Nutrition, Transportation, Custodial and Warehouse functions of the district
· Performs other related duties as assigned.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
· Knowledge of federal, state, and county laws relative to facility and personal safety.
· Knowledge of OSHA and fire codes.
· Knowledge of safe schools’ policies and procedures
· Ability to research policies and write procedural manuals.
· Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school officials, teachers, parents, community, regional and state organizations, and agencies.
· Ability to exercise sound judgment and diplomacy when dealing with sensitive or emergency situations.
· Ability to work independently under general supervision.
· Ability to be a problem solver.
· Ability to investigate, document and report out findings.
· Excellent Communication skill, both orally and written.
· Ability to maintain high ethical standard.
· Skill in management methods and practices.
· Skill in Microsoft products, including but not limited to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook