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National Risk Control Manager – Garden Grove, CA

Posted: Jun 20, 2017

Position Title: National Risk Control Manager

Location: Garden Grove, CA

Salary: 80,000 to 110,000

Relocation assistance: yes

Contact: Scot Dickerson


Managed Services division of large staffing firm provides suite of staff management services to their clients. They are looking to enhance their safety and loss prevention programs. This position will manage all safety programs and activities. This role will manage the nation-wide safety team and focus on Loss Prevention. The Manager will be instrumental in establishing and enforcing the safety policy and procedures. Majority of role will involve:

  • Oversee the data integrity of RMIS system as it pertains to frequency of losses.
  • Responsible for developing and enforcing Loss Prevention (Safety) strategies.
  • Reduce Incident Reporting (IR) lag time.
  • Establish tracking program for the near miss incidents
  • Standardize/Optimize the Investigation process
  • Establish a Risk Assessment program (Proactive review of Incident trends or frequent offenders)

Who we seek:

  • Bachelor’s degree in occupational safety, environmental engineering, industrial hygiene.
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) preferred.
  • OSHA training.
  • Minimum 7 years of experience in a similar role.
  • Experience within all or most of the following industries: Light Industrial, Food industry, Construction, Warehouse, Pick and Pak as well as transportation required.
  • Staffing industry (PEO) experience strongly preferred.
  • Must be a resourceful team player with strong leadership skills

Senior Risk Control Consultant – Southern California

Posted: Jun 15, 2017

Senior Risk Control Consultant for The Hanover Insurance Group in Southern California

Position Summary:

Our Risk Solutions department is seeking a Senior Risk Control Consultant to join our growing team in our Santa, Ana office.

The ideal candidate would be located in Southern California (Santa Ana). This position is based from your home office. Travel will be 3+ days/week with regular minimal overnight travel within the state. A company vehicle, laptop and iPhone are provided.

The Risk Solutions Consultant delivers high quality risk evaluations and loss analysis of prospective or existing Commercial policyholders to identify risk, exposure and controls for multiple lines of business, while reporting results for underwriting. The position is an active member of the underwriting team responsible for medium to large commercial accounts primarily covering the state of California. This is a Full-time, Exempt role.

Responsibilities/Essential Functions:

Conduct risk analysis of renewals and prospective account operations including risk evaluation, loss analysis, and loss control programs within multiple lines of business.

Deliver high level of consultative and technical services and service plans to the account as well as implementing loss/exposure reduction programs and services

Take the initiative to enhance loss control / industry knowledge through participation in educational programs

Objectively considers issues and information, identifies alternatives, decides and implements solution approaches in order to deliver services and provide value

Knowledge of negotiating techniques, subject matter, and strategy to obtain commitment, compromise or settlement in a way that promotes mutual goals or interests.

Provide assistance to the policyholder in the form of detailed action plans, program recommendations, technical training and consultative services

Other duties as assigned

Position Requirements:

At least 7+ years of field loss control or increasing levels of responsibility in related operations.

Solid understanding Commercial insurance, especially Property.

B.S. degree preferred in a related field to include health and safety, science, engineering or equivalent

Professional loss control certification preferred to include CSP, PE, CPCU, ARM.

Expertise in evaluating water supplies and automatic sprinkler systems in accordance with NFPA 13 standards

Ability to travel the territory as required

Contact Person:

Derek Olson | Senior Recruiter – Talent Acquisition

P: 508.855.2765


EHS Manager – Dallas, TX

Posted: Jun 15, 2017

This is an exciting opportunity to provide EHS support to a 350 employee manufacturing site in the Dallas, TX area. 

  • BS degree in Engineering, Environmental, Health and Safety, or related field.
  • 5+ year’s experience in a manufacturing environment, preferably food.
  • Experience implementing and managing safety initiatives for a large plant. Union experience preferred.
  • Experience developing, improving and implementing EHS programs. Experience with LOTO required.
  • Ability to influence culture while communicating effectively across all levels of the organization.
  • Proven track record of reducing recordable incidents and workers comp claims.


  • Responsible for all aspects of safety, including OSHA, safety meetings, safety audits, and accident investigations
  • Participate in auditing and evaluating the effectiveness of EHS management systems and compliance
  • Provides support to air and waste water systems for compliance and permitting processes.
  • Manager workers compensation claims for the site.
  • Lead and direct the Plant Safety Committee.

Thank you for your time, Elise. Please let me know if I can provide any additional information.


Sarah Breen Recruiter Direct: 616.796.2284 LinkedIn:

Safety & Worker’s Compensation Specialist – Foothill Ranch

Posted: Jun 12, 2017

Luxottica Group – Foothill Ranch, CA

Oakley, Inc. is a sport and lifestyle brand, driven to ignite the imagination through the fusion of art and science. Building on its legacy of innovative, market-leading optical technology, the company manufactures and distributes high performance sunglasses, prescription lenses and frames, goggles, apparel, footwear, and accessories.

The essence of the brand is communicated through hundreds of professional and amateur athletes who depend on Oakley products to provide them with the very best while they redefine what is physically possible.

Oakley is part of Luxottica, a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of fashion, luxury and sports eyewear. Our wholesale network covers more than 150 countries and our retail presence consists of over 7,200 retail stores across the globe.

In North America, our wholesale business is the home to other global brands like Ray-Ban and many of the top fashion house brands. Our leading retail brands include; LensCrafters, Sunglass Hut, Pearle Vision, Target Optical and Sears Optical. We are also home to EyeMed, the fastest growing vision care company in the United States.


The EH&S Analyst manages programs, policies and practices related to safety compliance, worker’s compensation and accident prevention for manufacturing and corporate offices. This includes safety and claim data management and reporting, development and implementation of safety compliance and accident prevention projects with cross-functional departments, vendors, contractors as well as consultants.


  • Identifies, develops and implements programs to ensure compliance with all applicable local, state and federal safety and worker’s compensation regulations including documentation, reporting, training, and program development.
  • Provides technical support and direction for safety and worker’s compensation compliance and accident prevention programs and practices.
  • Partner with department supervisors and managers on incident investigations to identify root causes and prevent recurrence.
  • Leads cross-functional teams to conduct risk assessments to proactively identify potential risks that could contribute to injuries or compliance issues and develop action plans to address.
  • Interfaces with external regulatory agencies, and internal business partners regarding new product, equipment and process introductions.
  • Manages Worker’s compensation claim reporting and onsite management process which includes but is not limited to:
    • Working with managers/supervisors and injured employees to complete incident reports, conduct incident investigations and complete CA Worker’s compensation paperwork and other legal requirements.
    • Partnering with onsite PT contractor, onsite clinic and/or off-site clinic to manage injuries and prevent them from escalating
    • Managing the Return to Work Program (RTW) and make decisions on whether an injured employee can be returned to work after a lost time work-related injury
    • Partner with Corporate WC Claim team, HR and Legal (when required) to facilitate appropriate long term employment solutions for employees permanently impacted under workers’ compensation
    • Assist with identifying fraud cases and related investigations
  • Develops and implements systems for safety management system metrics reporting and analysis. Provides reports to leadership and department managers on safety performance metrics. Responsible for OSHA Recordkeeping compliance.
  • Serves as the back-up for other EHS team members as needed.
  • Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.


  • Associate’s Degree in Safety Science, Chemistry, Industrial Hygiene, Safety & Environmental Engineering, or related technical field
  • 3+ years of experience facilitating and managing Health & Safety and Worker’s Compensation programs in a manufacturing environment in California
  • Certification in Industrial Ergonomics, desired.
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish
  • Broad knowledge of local, state, and federal programs and regulations related to safety & worker’s compensation
  • Able to communicate and work with effectively with all levels of the organization and cross-functional teams
  • Demonstrated the effective utilization of skills in such areas as planning and organizing, decision-making, problem solving, communication, and administration
  • Ability to prioritize and complete multiple and diverse work assignments with minimal supervision and direction

Upon request and consistent with applicable laws, Luxottica will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities who need assistance in the application and hiring process. To request a reasonable accommodation, please contact the Luxottica HR Solutions Group at 1-866-431-8484.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, citizenship, veteran or military status, marital status, pregnancy (including unlawful discrimination on the basis of a legally protected pregnancy or maternity leave), genetic information or any other characteristics protected by law.


EH&S – Monrovia

Posted: Jun 12, 2017

Safety / Environmental Consulting Service – Monrovia, CA

Professional, Temporary position with 3M

Provides safety/environmental consulting services as assigned. Conducts well-defined technical and/or project tasks within the safety/environmental field, leading to the successful completion of assigned project(s).

Major Duties and Responsibilities

Project Management

  • Assist facilities in Global Safety and Health Plan (GSHP) program development.
  • Perform and lead technical activities related to plant EHS programs including Chemical Safety, Ergonomics, Fall Protection, Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO), Machine Guarding, Confined Space Entry/Rescue, Radiation Safety, Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Emergency Preparedness, and Respirators/Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Lead projects to achieve Global Safety and Health Plan (GSHP) and global environmental management system goals
  • Complete internal and external EHS compliance reports and analyze EHS data and report trends.
  • Recommend plans for gap correction and provide EHS input to address change (e.g., management of change processes
  • Participate and/or lead portions of EHS self-assessments and/or audits.
  • Provide EHS knowledge and services on existing and new programs
  • Provide technical assistance and guidance to plant by leading or assisting in EHS regulatory interpretations.
  • Provide EHS support in the design and installation of new or modified equipment and management of change processes.


Interacts with other personnel, principally within the facility/staff organization, to develop a network of resources to facilitate completion of assignments. Collects and begins to analyze safety and health data; reporting trends and results to a senior level co-worker and/or management.

Leadership – Project leadership


This classification is an introductory position for baccalaureate graduates having an accredited degree in engineering sciences or related fields. Degrees must be from an accredited college or university in the appropriate discipline. In addition, between 6 and 12 months of related job experience are generally preferred.

Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and/or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) certification(s)

Experience with hazard and risk assessments and experience in a manufacturing environment

Uses engineering skills and knowledge of engineering concepts, procedures and methods to resolve safety issues. Also required are analytical and short-term planning skills. Develops communication, project planning, program development and deployment.

In a plant location, duties will include serving as a local resource assisting in the implementation of site specific safety programs and more spontaneous engineering support in such areas as code and standards interpretation.

Work environment is mostly clean and comfortable, and may include some annoyances such as noise, odors and drafts. When in a plant location, time may be spent in dirty and/or hazardous situations involving the use of protective clothing and equipment. The job primarily involves non-confined position (free to move about) with some standing or walking.

Job Code: 100804 and 100839