Safety Program: Consistently lead by being role model for safety when in the workplace. Administer occupational safety programs for both office and factory workers. Act as an advocate and point of contact for all occupational safety and health concerns in the plant and office. Programs include electrical safety, machine guarding, fall protection, confined space entry, walking and working surfaces, PITs, HAZCOMM, hand tools, emergency response, fire prevention, PPE, and training. Assist in performing root cause corrective action analysis. Implement or lead the implementation of occupational safety improvements. Stand up and assist safety committees with being a successful partner within the business. Conduct regular program auditing to ensure compliance and program optimization. Talk regularly with the employees at their worksite. Work with OSHA from a regulatory and VPP perspective. Utilize attorneys to assist with case management. Persuade leadership and followership to accept modern occupational safety and health practices. Drive occupational safety and health initiatives that have the potential to change the culture from being dependent to interdependent. Secure funding for relative occupational safety and health projects and programs. Prudently manage the company’s resources. Bridge best practices among the sites within the United States and Internationally. Interact with peer network to maintain a healthy perspective of occupational safety and health as an industry.