Cummins is a team of dependable, innovative thinkers, who are empowered to generate and deliver solutions for customers, community and environment. Our employees develop their careers through the challenges only a diverse, global innovator can promise. This is a collaborative culture where thinking beyond your desk is more than part of the job. It is the job.
This is what we call Working Right.
Develops, implements, and leads health, safety, environmental, and emergency preparedness programs for a facility.
Develops and implements pertinent training; develops, implements, and leads health, safety, environmental, and emergency preparedness programs; maintains health, safety, environmental, and emergency preparedness program.Understands and implements relevant legal, regulatory, and corporate requirements as defined by agencies (such as, OSHA, EPA, state regulations, corporaterequirements, DOC, Department of Homeland Security).Co-chairs facility Safety, Health and Wellness Committees; serves as a primary contact for facility health and wellness issues; communicates health andwellness information with facility site management.Serves as facility Emergency Coordinator; leads facility emergency preparedness for Emergency Response Medical Teams.Represents facility on corporate occupational, health, safety, and environmental committees, as supervisor warrants time.Conducts occupational, safety and environmental audits with facility Health, Safety and Environmental Management departments.Understands and applies appropriate Company and department rules and guidelines to work and to systems; participates in the maintenance of qualityprocedures.Develops and conducts training programs; provides counseling, mentoring, and coaching.Serves as company representatives in various capacities to customers, suppliers, and outside agencies.Interacts effectively with all levels of employees throughout the company.Exercises independent decision-making and initiative in determining what needs to be done and planning and implementing the needed activities; performsproblem solving, creative technical and analytical work, budget management, and hands-on applications; coordinates programs including planning, scheduling,ordering, and tracking.Demonstrates adaptability and responsiveness to changing work needs and willingness to undertake new tasks as they become evident; initiates, develops,leads, and participates in improvement projects.Knows and complies with all safety policies and procedures.Demonstrates confidentiality as required.Shares work with exempt and other OCU employees as required.Manages own work and maintain a flexible schedule in order to meet the demands of priority work; participates in self- and team-audits and associatedcorrective action; plans and engages in continuous learning in order to be prepared for changing work demands.Travels as required by the position.Performs other miscellaneous duties, as required, to get the job done.
High school diploma, GED or equivalent required with Department of Labor Certification ORAssociates degree from an accredited program in a related field and at least two years of relevant experience ORBachelors degree in a related field.Must pass all related testing.
Department of Labor Certification ORFour year experience/education requirement accomplished through either Bachelors degree in related field ORAssociates degree in related field and at least two years of relevant experience.
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