$27.73-$41.59 Hourly / $4,806.53-$7,208.93 Monthly / $57,678.40-$86,507.20 Yearly
Ensures compliance with mandatory safety training (city, state, federal); identifies any new safety training needs as necessary; coordinates with appropriate personnel to ensure training is scheduled at required intervals; reviews new regulations and recommends proper compliance strategy for the division; serves as divisional liaison with all external safety agencies; ensures job site safety and accompanies agencies during safety inspections; communicates through reports and written correspondence.
Ensures proper inspection and maintenance of divisional safety equipment; coordinates air pack maintenance; ensures that resources are available for pack refilling; maintains contracts for maintenance of all safety equipment such as air packs, fire extinguishers, fire protection systems; etc. oversees completion of corrective and preventive maintenance on divisional safety devices.
Provides oversight for accident review committee, safety committee and weekly tailgate meetings; ensures that meetings are scheduled and attended as necessary; serves as advocate for safety committees’ recommendations; complies with all reporting and record keeping requirements; prepares and submits required regulatory reports such as hazardous materials 112R report; maintains MSDS files; reviews accident reports and makes recommendations for corrective actions.
Recommends adequate funding for additional or replacement safety needs; consolidates and prioritizes division’s safety needs; gathers information from vendors on equipment costs and availability; prepares recommendations during budget cycle.
Identifies, summarizes and prioritizes division and employee training needs; compiles training needs into a plan; determines format of training and schedules where and when training is offered; schedules training; ensures registration process is completed when required; coordinates with trainers; monitors training to ensure attendance as scheduled.
Researches information and training resources; contacts educational institutions and private vendors regarding training needs and programs; reviews City training resources; researches on-line training, video based training, and other training references.
Maintains administrative records for training; updates training database; issues certificates of completion of training; maintains division training library; checks materials out to employees; obtains training materials; updates electronic training materials; maintains and monitors training budget; recommends budgetary needs to meet training objectives; monitors budget expenditures.
Performs related work as required.
Advanced knowledge of: applicable safety regulations; divisional safety requirements, facilities, and equipment.
Intermediate ability to: organize; communicate and coordinate activities with outside agencies; maintain records; collect, organize and analyze data and prepare reports and recommendations.
Basic ability to: coordinate purchase of equipment through procurement personnel; work with a wide range of training providers; work with diverse groups.
Intermediate skill in: use of computers (Excel, Access, Word, Training Management System); written and oral communications.
Desirable: skill in public relations; knowledge of equipment maintenance and servicing requirements for safety equipment; basic knowledge of city budgeting and purchasing processes; overall knowledge of the division.