Req. # 11668
Title: Safety Supervisor (Repost)
Location: Newton, IL
The Safety Supervisor develops, administers, and implements Company/Plant/Department safety programs to reduce the accident rate to align with Company goals. Key responsibilities include:
- Review and interpret Federal, State and local safety, health and fire regulations.
- Work with applicable Ameren departments and contractors to develop and implement compliance directives. Observe work in progress to determine whether safety programs are effective and when necessary, coach personnel to ensure compliance with programs/policies.
- Monitor and assist contractors and vendors to assure compliance with safety policies as well as Federal, State, and local regulations.
- Provide compliance guidance to management in developing criteria and conducting inspections, audits, and investigations in accordance with the policies/Corrective Action Program. Perform fire protection support and industrial hygiene monitoring.
- Assist with asbestos abatement/cleanup projects, perform job task safety analysis, and participate in safety committees and meetings when requested. Interact with Federal, State, and local agencies, professional organizations, trade organizations, and regulatory proceedings as assigned.
- Administer and implement regulatory training and other required training/testing; also supervise employees as assigned.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university required, preferably in industrial safety or a related discipline. Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or other safety related certification preferred. Extensive and relevant power plant safety and health supervisory experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
Experience: Five or more years of applicable experience in developing/implementing effective safety and accident reduction programs required. Two or more years of supervisory experience preferred. Ten or more years of power plant industry experience in construction or maintenance preferred.
Other: Strong working knowledge of electrical utility practices and electrical safety, accident investigations, OSHA regulations, regulatory audits, accident reduction principles, safety training methods, industrial hygiene, injury record keeping, and fire protection required. Good analytical, communication, and human relations skills also required. Must have ability to design and administer training and safety compliance programs. Subject to 24-hour callout.