Jobs

One of the numerous benefits of ASSE membership is access to open safety positions which are otherwise not advertised. The Chapter Luncheons are an excellent place to network and learn about employment opportunities from other meeting attendees. The Orange County Chapter also maintains a current listing of various safety-related positions available in the Orange County area. However, these listings are reserved for chapter Members. Unemployed members are also eligible for a free subscription to the National Jobline.

For information on available jobs, please contact Job Placement Director, at jobs@orangecounty.asse.org

Corporate Safety Manager – CA (flexible)

Posted: Feb 13, 2018

We have an exciting opportunity in the Risk Management department.  We are looking to build a world class safety team at Core-Mark.  You will be working with a highly motivated team to build a proactive Safety culture and execute exciting new initiatives.  We are looking for a self-starter with superior analysis and communication skills.  This individual is expected to explain information and influence others in order to secure successful implementation of safety programs and directives, as assigned. Please send e-mail to djimenez@core-mark.com with the following Subject Line: Corporate Safety Manager

Role and Responsibilities

The Corporate Safety Manager will be responsible for developing, directing and auditing the Company’s U.S. and Canadian health and safety programs to effectively control safety and health risks, while ensuring compliance with various regulatory agencies.   The manager, through the coordination of various resources, will provide oversight and assistance to all levels of management on safety matters ranging from training, hazard assessment and correction, accident investigations, inspections, analytics and strategic, incident prevention programs.

 Essential Job Duties:  

  • Ensure full implementation and visibility of the company’s injury & illness prevention program
  • Identify and mitigate hazards.
  • Investigate serious incidents, accidents and injuries and notify management of pertinent details.
  • Keeps apprised of developments in federal and state safety laws likely to affect the company.
  • Acts as company representative in dealing with government agencies on safety and health matters affecting the company.
  • Assist division management with understanding OSHA regulations and standards and provide guidance on OSHA compliance, inspections and citations.
  • Enhance and perform Corporate Safety Audits (travel required). Present findings and recommendations to management while ensuring buy-in on action plans for required corrective and preventive actions.
  • Instruct in the methods and procedures of safety practices, hazardous materials management, and worksite compliance.
  • Develop and implement safety training programs for regulatory compliance and reduction of incidents and costs.
  • Manage the company’s Learning Management System
  • Review accident statistics to identify loss trends and establish target areas for long-range accident prevention and cost-control objectives.
  • Develop, enhance Leading and Lagging Indicators to proactively reduce risk
  • Assist with the development of employee safety recognition program

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in safety engineering, mechanical engineering, or related field is preferred
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) status is preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in warehouse and transportation industry, developing and implementing safety programs across multiple sites/States, preferably in a corporate capacity, for regulatory compliance, standardization, loss reduction and safety culture improvement.
  • Knowledge of OSHA and DOT required. Food Safety & HACCP knowledge is a plus
  • Proficiency with Excel, Word, SharePoint
  • Experience with a Safety Management or Learning Systems required. Access, a plus.
  • Strong organization and analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate safety and regulatory information.
  • Excellent verbal, written and persuasive skills and the ability to interact effectively with all levels of employees and management Strong written and oral communication skills required.
  • Work well independently and as part of a team, remotely or present, as needed.
  • Facilitate Culture Change through Behavior Based Safety
  • Provide clear and concise reporting.
  • Assist with safety due diligence and integration of acquisitions
  • Work with claims management to follow high-cost or precedent-setting cases.
  • Develop annual loss control plan and direct various third parties for thorough and successful execution.
  • Use independent judgement and discretion to analyze situations accurately and take effective action.
  • Demonstrate a high degree of commitment
  • Influence change
  • Work across professional boundaries to develop solutions

 

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in safety engineering, mechanical engineering, or related field is preferred
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) status is preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in warehouse and transportation industry, developing and implementing safety programs across multiple sites/States, preferably in a corporate capacity, for regulatory compliance, standardization, loss reduction and safety culture improvement.
  • Knowledge of OSHA and DOT required. Food Safety & HACCP knowledge is a plus
  • Proficiency with Excel, Word, SharePoint
  • Experience with a Safety Management or Learning Systems required. Access, a plus.
  • Strong organization and analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate safety and regulatory information.
  • Excellent verbal, written and persuasive skills and the ability to interact effectively with all levels of employees and management Strong written and oral communication skills required.
  • Work well independently and as part of a team, remotely or present, as needed.

Senior Risk Control Consultant – Irvine

Posted: Jan 16, 2018

Company Information: Solid reputation, passionate people and endless opportunities. That’s Travelers. Our superior financial strength and consistent record of strong operating returns mean security for our customers – and opportunities for our employees. You will find Travelers to be full of energy and a workplace in which you truly can make a difference.

Job Summary: Under general supervision, provide the Underwriter with account knowledge as it relates to hazards, controls, and management. They will need to evaluate how a company identifies and manages their inherent risk factors. Additionally they are expected to differentiate the account from others in similar classes of business. In this role the consultant will be working with our larger, more complex and all lines accounts. This role reports to the Risk Control Field Director Managing Risk Control Consultant. This job does not manage others.

Primary Job Duties & Responsibilities: Partnering and having joint ownership with Underwriting to select, retain, and grow a profitable book of business. Building and maintaining productive relationships with Underwriting, Claim, Risk Control Specialists, and Brokers to service customers as a unified team. Writing technically detailed reports that communicate a clear assessment of risk and effectively articulate recommendations. Discovering and evaluating customer needs through loss analysis and customer readiness in order to provide Risk Control products and services to help control losses. Staying current with technical subject matters, regulatory environment and emerging issues. Creating a valued customer experience through each assessment and service encounter. Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: Undergraduate degree in environmental health and safety, engineering, construction management, basic sciences and related technical fields required . 8+ years of experience in risk control or safety related positions in industries such as construction, manufacturing, or military required . Valid drivers license required . Must have or be able to attain appropriate certification to meet specific state requirements where applicable.

Education, Work Experience & Knowledge: Insurance industry acumen. Graduate degree in related field.

Job Specific & Technical Skills & Competencies: Technical aptitude, detail oriented. Superior communication skills – both written and verbal. Ability to quickly establish credibility and rapport with all others. Experience working in a collaborative environment. Critical thinking skills. Influencing skills that effectively drive business needs. Negotiating change to achieve optimal outcomes. Ability to give and receive coaching and feedback.

Fore more information and to apply go to the following link 

 

Health, Safety & Environmental Position – Torrance

Posted: Jan 09, 2018

General Responsibilities (but not limited to)

  • Assist in  compliance  reviews,  general  risk  assessments  and  other  safety  assessments  to  support  Health,
  • Safety and Environmental management.
  • Maintain relevant HSE logs and documentation.
  • Assist in the compliance of applicable laws and regulations.
  • Prepare applicable HSE reports as necessary.
  • Provide assistance and advice on HSE issues to make recommendations to facility management.
  • Participate in detailed incident investigations and Root Cause Analysis
  • Promote incident prevention for the benefit of employees and visitors.
  • Assist in the development and presentation of relevant HSE training
  • Observe HSE regulations, wears all required safety equipment, encourages safe working practices, corrects obvious hazards immediately or reports them to the proper personnel.
  • Ability to work with employees and achieve cultural change in the face of potential resistance
  • Maintain positive  and  proactive  relations  with  managers  and  employees,  as  well  as  our  customers  and regulatory agencies.
  • Perform other work related tasks as required as assigned
  • Comply with all NOV Company and HSE procedures and policies.
  • Facility Specific Responsibilities (but not limited to):
  • Walk the manufacturing floor on a regular basis to establish HSE presence and provide support
  • Conduct daily and monthly HSE Meetings/Trainings and schedule as needed.
  • Write, implement, and manage HSE Programs, Policies and Procedures
  • Inspect facilities, machinery, and safety equipment to identify and correct potential hazards, and to ensure safety regulation compliance.
  • Ability to evaluate PPE and ensure proper use and maintenance of PPE
  • Have knowledge and enforce compliance of Regulatory requirements (i.e. OSHA, CalOSHA, EPA, SCAQMD, etc.),
  • Have knowledge and enforce compliance of City and County Fire and Safety requirements.
  • Including company HSE policies and procedures.
  • Ability to  oversee  Hazardous  Waste  Storage  area  and  ensure  regulatory  agency  compliance i.e.  Labeling, containment, proper disposal, documentation, etc.
  • Perform Storm Water Discharge sampling and document events
  • Assist in emergency response and provide first aid treatment
  • Oversee Behavior Based / Observation Safety Programs.
  • Help develop Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
  • Follow Fall Protection program, inspect all fall protection equipment and maintain inspection records.
  • Up to 20 % travel to other locations for meetings, training, inspections, etc.
  • Ability to oversee Safety Incentive Programs.
  • Assist in administering and maintaining compliance programs such as LOTO, Hazard Communication, EAP, Hearing Conservation, Hot Work, Respiratory Protection, BBP, etc
  • Perform additional duties as assigned by HSE manager.

Qualifications /Requirements 

  • A minimum of a 2 year Degree in Occupational, Health & Safety sciences is required.
  • Bachelor’s Degree is preferred.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in an Environmental, Health and Safety position.
  • Experience in Manufacturing Environment A must
  • Experience in a Foundry Environment a plus
  • 10 or 30 hour OSHA certification is preferred.
  • Bilingual (Spanish) helpful
  • Technical writing a plus.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Must be willing to work different shifts and travel up to 15% local and 5% out-of-state.
  • Experience in SQDIP a plus
  • Experience with State Agency environmental compliance

Applicants meeting qualifications can send resumes to Marcelo Yelin at the following e-mail: myelin@edelbrock.com

 

Construction Health, Safety, & Environmental Lead- Southern California Region

Posted: Dec 06, 2017

Katerra is currently seeking a Construction Health, Safety, & Environmental (HSE) Lead for their Southern California Region to join our team to support our growing business, ensure the safety and health of our employees, protect the environment, and to support our mission. The Construction HSE Lead is responsible for developing and implementing construction safety programs, ensuring compliance with applicable laws, standards and requirements, implementing key performance indicators (KPIs), as well as verifying and validating that HSE programs are being effectively implemented across the construction organization. The Construction HSE Lead is expected to establish and promote a proactive safety environment and culture by setting the example, providing proactive coaching/mentoring, and helping our construction organization achieve HSE success. The Construction HSE Lead will report to the Katerra Construction General Superintendent, and will receive work direction and be held accountable by the Construction General Superintendent and HSE Manager. The Construction HSE Lead will partner regularly with the HSE Manager and HSE Team to ensure development of quality HSE products and HSE implementation excellence across Katerra.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Leadership

  • Ensures the safety and well-being of all employees and visitors.
  • Leads by example.
  • Establishes a proactive safety environment and culture

Program Development, Implementation & Verification 

  • Develops documents, programs, systems, procedures, and tools needed to execute HSE efficiently and effectively throughout the construction organization.
  • Verifies and validates HSE program effectiveness, improves as needed.
  • Regularly evaluates existing documentation, tests implementation effectiveness, update as improvement opportunities are identified.
  • Proactively assists the construction organization with implementation of HSE regulations, standards, and expectations. Ensures HSE programs and initiatives align and integrate with construction operations.
  •  Helps develop and drive solution resolution of HSE activities and improvement opportunities.
  • Evaluates program implementation to drive improvements that reduce injury and costs.
  •  Captures data from construction organization to perform analysis, trending, stewardship, including identification of root causes and action items; ensures items are driven to closure in a timely fashion.
  •  Develops presentations and communications that can work at all levels of the organization.

Training

  • Evaluates existing training programs.
  • Develops, organizes, and executes training, as needed.

Collaboration

  •  Works with the various job sites by providing proactive support and implementing solutions
  • Works collaboratively with existing team members, and supports all aspects of Katerra HSE, as needed.
  • Assists Risk Management Group, as needed (e.g., medical claims).
  •  Represents construction to external regulatory agencies (e.g., Environmental Protection Agency, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Department of Transportation).

 Travel

  • Spends quality time at the job sites.
  •  Expect to travel ~50% of the time. This percentage may shift as sites become more established and/or more jobs come online.

Required Skills & Experience

  •  Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field, such as safety, environmental, industrial hygiene, fire protection, science, or engineering or equivalent combination of education and experience.•
  • 7 – 10 years of construction HSE experience, required.
  • Experience working with government regulators and a thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local government HSE regulations (e.g., OSHA, ANSI, NFPA, EPA, DOT).•
  • Extensive experience working with Cal OSHA, required.
  • Experience implementing HSE management systems and behavior based programs.
  • Ability to influence others to perform their jobs safely and create a culture of safety.•
  • Strong analytical skills including systematic root cause and risk analysis methodologies.•
  • Excellent organizational, planning, prioritization, follow-up, and closure skills.
  • Strong leadership skills, including effective verbal and written communication.•
  • Experience developing, coordinating, and/or delivering training programs.
  •  Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite software programs.

Preferred Skills & Experience

Professional HSE designation (e.g., ASP, CSP) preferred.

Apply for this position at the following at this link.

Construction Health, Safety, & Environment (HSE) Lead – Northern California

Posted: Dec 06, 2017

Katerra is a technology company transforming property development, design, and construction—from start to finish. We are building an entirely new kind of company that brings together expertise in design, technology, material sourcing, manufacturing, and construction as a single integrated offering.  With this unique approach, we have the opportunity to design and build beyond compromise. Beautiful, efficient, sustainable–we can do it all. The era of design concessions is over.  At Katerra, we lead from every seat. Our ideal team members are self-starters that embrace ambiguity, think big, and bring their own uncompromising standards of excellence. follow the status quo.

Katerra is currently seeking a Construction Health, Safety, & Environmental (HSE) Lead for their Northern California Region to join our team to support our growing business, ensure the safety and health of our employees, protect the environment, and to support our mission. Currently, Katerra has several construction sites within a few hours of Sacramento, as well as there is planned growth around the Bay area and Nevada. The Construction HSE Lead is responsible for developing and implementing construction safety programs, ensuring compliance with applicable laws, standards and requirements, implementing key performance indicators (KPIs), as well as verifying and validating that HSE programs are being effectively implemented across the construction organization. The Construction HSE Lead is expected to establish and promote a proactive safety environment and culture by setting the example, providing proactive coaching/mentoring, and helping our construction organization achieve HSE success. The Construction HSE Lead will report to the Katerra Construction General Superintendent, and will receive work direction and be held accountable by the Construction General Superintendent and HSE Manager. The Construction HSE Lead will partner regularly with the HSE Manager and HSE Team to ensure development of quality HSE products and HSE implementation excellence across Katerra.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Leadership

Ensures the safety and well-being of all employees and visitors. Leads by example.Establishes a proactive safety environment and culture.

Program Development, Implementation & Verification 

  • Develops documents, programs, systems, procedures, and tools needed to execute HSE efficiently and effectively throughout the construction organization.
  • Verifies and validates HSE program effectiveness, improve as needed.
  • Regularly evaluates existing documentation, tests implementation effectiveness, update as improvement opportunities are identified.
  • Proactively assists the construction organization with implementation of HSE regulations, standards, and expectations
  • .Ensures HSE programs and initiatives align and integrate with construction operations.
  •  Helps develop and drive solution resolution of HSE activities and improvement opportunities.
  • Evaluates program implementation to drive improvements that reduce injury and costs.
  •  Captures data from construction organization to perform analysis, trending, stewardship, including identification of root causes and action items; ensures items are driven to closure in a timely fashion. Develops presentations and communications that can work at all levels of the organization.

Training

  • Evaluates existing training programs. Develops, organizes, and executes training, as needed.

Collaboration

  • Works with the various job sites by providing proactive support and implementing solutions
  • Works collaboratively with existing team members, and supports all aspects of Katerra HSE, as needed.
  • Assists Risk Management Group, as needed (e.g., medical claims).
  • Represents construction to external regulatory agencies (e.g., Environmental Protection Agency, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Department of Transportation).

Travel

  • Spends quality time at the job sites. Expect to travel ~50% of the time. This percentage may shift as sites become more established and/or more jobs come online.

 

Required Skills & Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field, such as safety, environmental, industrial hygiene, fire protection, science, or engineering or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • 7 – 10 years of construction HSE experience.
  • Experience working with government regulators and a thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local government HSE regulations (e.g., OSHA, ANSI, NFPA, EPA, DOT).
  • Extensive experience working with Cal OSHA required.
  • Experience implementing HSE management systems and behavior based programs.
  • Ability to influence others to perform their jobs safely and create a culture of safety.
  • Strong analytical skills including systematic root cause and risk analysis methodologies.
  • Excellent organizational, planning, prioritization, follow-up, and closure skills.
  • Strong leadership skills, including effective verbal and written communication.
  • Experience developing, coordinating, and/or delivering training programs.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite software programs.
  • Professional HSE designation (e.g., CSP) preferred.

 

You can apply to this position at the following link.