Health, Safety & EnvironmentSafety Coordinator

Safety Coordinators perform tasks to maintain a safe working environment within the plant.

Safety Coordinator

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Are you detail oriented? Does a career making sure that others are safe appeal to you? As a Safety Coordinator, you'll be involved in many aspects of plant safety.

As a Safety Coordinator, you'll organize a detailed, day-to-day Health and Safety program. Your in-depth knowledge of plant safety standards will be a key to your success. With guidance from the Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) Manager, you'll see to it that all plant needs are covered in the Health and Safety program.

Your ability to work positively with others will play in important role as a Safety Coordinator. You will serve as the plant contact for safety issues. And, you'll acts as a resource for safety information on company guidelines and standards. As a Safety Coordinator, you'll also coach employees on safety related tasks and activities.

Under the supervision of HSE leadership, you'll coordinate safety monitoring, data collection, analyzing and reporting for the plant.

A Safety Coordinator, you'll need to have a general knowledge of industrial safety. Some work experience may be considered instead of an Associate's degree. A strong knowledge of OSHA regulations is needed to be successful in this role.

Critical Skills

  • Analyzing Data
  • Attention to Detail
  • Check, Examine and Record
  • Gather and Collect Data
  • Keeping Records
  • Safety Regulations and Procedures
  • Strong Communication Skills
  • Team Player
  • Train and Motivate Others
  • Understanding of Regulatory Requirements

Key Responsibilities

  • Gain a thorough understanding of plant safety guidelines and procedures
  • Assist in developing and achieving area or plant safety goals
  • Ensure that compliance tasks are completed
  • Organize safety monitoring, data collection, analyzing and reporting for the plant
  • Act as the plant resource for related safety information on procedures, guidelines and standards
  • Assist teams and individuals on safety related tasks and activities

Specific job titles and duties vary by employer so check for details.

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Salary: $15-30/hour


My Interests
Match

Having Independence

Managing People

Teaching

Improving Processes

Learning & Growing

Working with Data

Physical Activity

Writing Reports and Documentation

Caring for the Environment

Managing Things

Quiet Work Place

Avoiding Risk

Avoiding Stress

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Required Education

High school diploma or GED

Preferred Education

Associate's degree in safety management technology, occupational safety and health technology, or related field


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