Safety Administrator

Impossible Foods Oakland , CA 94604

Posted 3 months ago

Do you want to be part of an exciting company dedicated to solving the greatest challenge humanity faces? Then Impossible Foods is the place for you.

Impossible Foods was founded in 2011 to create a truly sustainable global food system by inventing an efficient, sustainable way to transform plants into irresistibly delicious, nutritious food -- food that delivers all the pleasures and nutritional benefits consumers demand, without the destructive environmental impact. Our first product, the Impossible Burger, was introduced by top chefs to the world and is currently available at over 9000 restaurants across the United States and abroad.

The Safety administrator will assist the EHS department in establishing and promoting a safe work environment in all company-wide safety programs. Helps maintain a safety culture that encourages safety awareness and self-responsibility. Assists in company focus on all aspects of occupational safety. Assists in the Education and training of fellow employees in safety concepts and safe work practices. Multiple responsibilities surrounding data gathering, structuring, and prioritizing in order to identify safety trends, practices, and metrics.

You Will

  • Perform data entry from a variety of sources into Excel spreadsheets and other software applications, including tracking and updating documents such as: Open work order tracking, Corrective action spreadsheets, Audit tracking, Forklift inspection (I.D. systems module), Safety statistics sheet, Injury Tracking, Various training Metrix, SDS Inventories, HMBP updates, Badge management, PPE vending management.

  • Periodically assist with life safety inspections, such as: Fire Extinguishers, First Aid Kits, Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), Emergency Eyewashes/Showers, Spill Kits.

  • Will assist all departments with PIT hands-on training.

  • Proactively follow-up with Maintenance and Facilities after writing work orders to ensure timely completion.

  • Will assist the safety department with various types of safety training as needed.

  • Positively interact with all levels of staff to help mentor employees on safety culture.

  • Regularly report to EHS Manager Issues that are identified.

  • Assist in updating all safety boards/bulletins.

  • File various types of paperwork and documentation in a consistent and organized fashion as needed.

  • Manage and update SDS binder information as needed

  • Participate in internal committees as needed.

  • Become forklift instructor.

  • Work with outside vendors as needed.

You Have

  • A minimum 2-3 years of working experience within the safety or administrative field.

  • Some exposure to a manufacturing environment is preferable.

  • A Bachelor's degree or technical studies equivalent is preferable.

  • Experience in a food manufacturing setting preferred

  • Attention to detail and maintain all work in a clean and organized fashion

  • Self-motivation with organizational and communication skills

  • Ability to continuously establish and maintain excellent record keeping, inventory, and accountability

  • Ability to work with diverse, dynamic team effectively

  • Ability to navigate in a fast pace environment with changing priorities

  • Basic computer skills including data entry, basic technical writing, Excel, Word, etc.

  • The ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing.

  • Able to operate a copy machine, printers, laminators, and a number of other basic office equipment.

Physical Demands

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee may occasionally be required to lift up to 20 pounds.

  • Will be required to walk outdoors and inside manufacturing and warehouse environments.

  • Must be able to sit for extended periods of time while performing sedentary data entry & other computer work.

Work Environment

  • The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

  • Proper PPE is provided for employees entering the manufacturing facility.

  • Must be willing to work in and comply to a Food GMP environment.

  • Flexible work hours are sometimes required.

  • Must be able to occasionally work in cold environments

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