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Plant Safety Manager


Job Summary

Johnson Controls
Canby, OR
Other/Not Classified
Job Type
Full Time
Career Level
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Job Reference Code

Plant Safety Manager

About the Job

Safety Manager


What you will do

Establish and maintain the health and safety of the plant workforce by
monitoring and evaluating health and safety conditions; assuring
compliance with applicable policies, procedures and governmental standards; and
maintenance of the Power Solutions Health, Industrial Hygiene and Safety
Programs for the facility.


How you will do it

  • Develop
    and administer effective occupational health, safety, ergonomics and industrial
    hygiene programs, including health services functions and maintenance of
    related policy and procedures in accordance with Johnson Controls Operating
    System and OHSAS 18001 requirements.

  • Be
    knowledgeable in JCI Best Business Practices and incorporate in programs.

  • Educate,
    motivate and train line supervision and production personnel in good housekeeping
    practices, safe work procedures, PPE, etc.

  • Use
    specialized testing equipment

  • Sample,
    measure and evaluate employee exposures to in-plant chemical contaminants,
    including lead and acid mist; and physical agents such as heat and noise

  • Administer
    the audiometric testing and hearing conservation programs. 

  • Monitor,
    analyze and record performance of the plant exhaust and make-up air ventilation

  • Assist
    Occupational Health Nurse (OHN) in administration of medical surveillance and biological
    monitoring programs according to OSHA standards and company policies and

  • Manage
    the plant personal protective equipment, work clothing and safety equipment
    programs according to company standards and operating budget.

  • Administer
    the respiratory protection program, including quantitative fit testing,
    respirator distribution, cleaning and sanitizing.

  • Assist
    OHN in administration of the workers' compensation program, including effective
    medical case management, reporting, record maintenance and follow-up.

  • Develop
    and implement effective plant programs for the identification, prevention and
    control of occupational injuries and illnesses. 

  • Develop
    and coordinate plant health and safety education and training programs. 

  • Serve
    on the plant safety committee as Co-Chairperson.

  • Maintain
    current awareness of applicable federal, state and local health, industrial
    hygiene and safety regulations. 

  • Maintain
    legal, governmental and company environmental, health, medical and
    safety-related records according to standards, including confidentiality. 

  • Maintain
    an accurate OSHA 300 log. 

  • Accompany
    visiting inspectors and report findings.

  • Administer
    the plant hazard communication program, including maintaining up-to-date SDS's,
    effective identification of all chemicals, chemical inventory and related
    training and education programs.

  • Review
    all manufacturing and support operations to assure ongoing safety. 

  • Assist
    the line organization in developing risk assessments and safe operating
    procedures for all tasks and in investigating incidents. 

  • Develop
    and implement audit programs to review and assure compliance with applicable
    health and safety standards.

  • Accumulate,
    prepare and enter health, industrial hygiene, and medical and safety data into
    the IHS computer system.  Analyze data and prepare standard and other
    requested reports for plant and regional management.

  • Overtime
    is required to meet internal and external customer requirements.

  • Management
    and leadership style support positive employee relations.

  • Maintains
    professional competency through participation in professional education and
    training programs and completion of any necessary requirements to maintain
    professional credentials.

  • Perform
    other duties as assigned.

  • Minimal
    travel may be required for professional development, training and audits.

What we look for

  • Bachelor's degree
    required.  Occupational Safety/Industrial Hygiene or related field highly

  • Minimum four years
    of experience in a manufacturing environment with a minimum of 2 years of
    experience in a supervisory/management role.

  • Previous
    experience in heavy industrial environment highly preferred.

  • Previous
    experience with air sampling and monitoring. 

  • Experience with
    medical surveillance and biological monitoring programs. 

  • Experience with
    administering a hazardous communication program, including managing and leading
    an emergency response team.

  • Previous
    experience with OSHA.


Who we are

At Johnson Controls, we’re shaping the
future to create a world that’s safe, comfortable and sustainable. Our global
team creates innovative, integrated solutions to make cities more connected,
buildings more intelligent and vehicles more efficient. We are passionate about
improving the way the world lives, works and plays. The future requires bold
ideas, an entrepreneurial mind-set and collaboration across boundaries. You
need a career focused on tomorrow. Tomorrow needs you.












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action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age,
protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a
qualified individual with a disability or any other characteristic protected by
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