Sho Job Description

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  • Topic: Occupational safety and health, Occupational health psychology, Safety engineering
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  • Published : April 26, 2011
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SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER DEFINITION Plans, coordinates, and implements a comprehensive occupational health and safety program, including managing the District’s worker’s compensation program. Provides consultation and expertise and exercises functional authority over District staff in essential matters of safety and health. TYPICAL TASKS Duties may include, but are limited to, the following: 1. Develop, coordinate and supervise the implementation and maintenance of a comprehensive District-wide occupational health and safety program designed to prevent injury, occupational illness and damage to property. 2. Draft and recommend District-wide safety and health directives; and maintain District safetyrelated manuals, including preparation and distribution of appropriate updates. 3. Determine applicability of administrative and regulatory requirements and other health and safety laws and implement applicable regulations and standards. Maintain current knowledge of legislation, regulations and practices in safety and health and advise District management regarding the impact on District operations. 4. Establish and implement safety training objectives. Plans and schedules in the area of health and safety. Conduct or provide for safety/health related training. Maintain records and a data base of employee training, medical examinations, licenses, and certifications. 5. Represent the District in inspections and hearings conducted by Cal/OSHA and other regulatory agencies. 6. Conduct and supervise facility and site inspections, job hazards analyses and other evaluations to identify hazards and potential risks. Make recommendations to managers as required and implement appropriate corrective actions. Conduct audits of corrective actions to ensure compliance with regulations and corrective action. 7. Conduct post accident investigation. Develop and chair a District accident review committee. Make recommendations for changes in equipment and or processes to correct unsafe...
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