American Residential Services Alexandria , VA 22313
Company: McCarthy Services
The Safety Manager provides risk analysis and safety support to the Service Center by implementing and managing various programs that preserve and protect the assets of workforce, fleet and buildings against loss.
Provides for the safety and security of the workplace.
Implements and monitors safety and environmental programs of the Company.
Monitors and investigates conditions and loss experience to identify risks or exposure to the Company and/or its employees and third parties.
Identifies legal risks and monitors the accuracy in OSHA reporting for the Service Center.
Reviews employee complaints and suggestions related to safety for input on conditions at the service center level.
Provides training to employees on safety policies, hazard identification, elimination and avoidance.
Conducts job site visits to check the effectiveness of safety policies.
Reviews, coaches and promotes the maintenance of a safe, accident-free and healthy work environment.
Provides safety reports and feedback on employee performance based on safety records.
Works with the Divisional Safety Manager to implement Service Center safety policies.
Manages and oversees the process of filing insurance claims and conducting accident investigations to ensure that reporting requirements are met and claims are handled efficiently and effectively.
Acts as liaison with insurance carriers and claims managers to promote understanding between parties of the claims compensation process.
Full-time employees receive competitive pay; comprehensive paid training; medical, dental, vision, and prescription plans; paid time off and holidays; and 401(k) with company match; and healthcare flexible spending account (HFSA). In addition, all employees are invited to participate in our commitment to community outreach, including our extensive support as the Official Global Partner for the Night to Shine prom initiative for special-needs students, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation.
MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: A Bachelor's degree in occupational safety and health and 2-5years of safety and/or risk management experience in a service industry required. Related education and/or training or any equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted. Safety certification is preferred. Requires a working knowledge of OSHA compliance, fleet safety, fire safety, labor law and employee relations. Computer literacy and knowledge of Microsoft Office products required. Must be able to create and interpret spreadsheets and operate general office machines. Strong communication and training delivery skills are required. A valid driver's license is required.
All candidates are required to undergo pre-employment drug screen and employment background checks.
ARS is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.