MOHAWK

  • SAFETY COORDINATOR

    Business Site US-NC-EDEN
    Job ID
    2018-38986
    FLSA Status
    NonExempt
    Company
    MOHAWK
    Job Group
    Manufacturing
  • Overview

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    Responsibilities

    To coordinate safety programs within facility and across plant operations.

    • Understand OSHA regulations and assist management and Safety Specialists in applying regulations to the manufacturing operations
    • Assist with regular safety audits and inspections and keep track of safety audit results
    • Assist with implementation of  Mohawk safety policies and procedures
    • Coordinate Central Safety Committee, JSO teams, and BBS teams, all accident investigation teams’ meetings
    • Schedule and conduct annual safety training to include LTO, LOTO, and safety harness training
    • Maintain records of all annual training
    • Prepare a PPE Grid for all job classifications
    • Maintain database of all recordable incidents, near-misses, and relevant investigations
    • Track progress on action items generated from incident investigations, safety audits, and safety committee meetings
    • Maintain and update site commander’s notebook and MSDS notebook
    • Schedule, monitor, and track action items resulting from Code Red and Blue Drills
    • Spot check safety showers, eyewash stations, ladders, harnesses, etc.
    • Assist in preparation for Quarterly Safety Audits
    • Other duties as required or requested by management

    Mohawk Industries, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to an inclusive workplace and a proud Drugs Don’t Work participant. 

     

     

    EOE Minorities/Females/Disabled/Protected Veterans 

     

    Drug-Free/Tobacco-Free Workplace

     

    Qualifications

    • High school diploma or GED equivalency required

    • Two years manufacturing environment experience

    Competencies:

    • Good oral, written, presentation, interpersonal communication, and team facilitation skills to effectively interact with all levels of employees including management and internal and external customers.
    • Ability to present information accurately and effectively to diverse audiences.
    • Ability to anticipate problem areas and implement effective solutions before problems occur.
    • Working knowledge of OSHA safety disciplines, other regulatory guidelines, Company specific safety policies and procedures, and common industrial safety practices.
    • Proficient using a PC to include Microsoft Office Suite and other department specific hardware, software, and office equipment.

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