Safety Officer- Tema
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1. Lay out a vision for safety.
2. Lead and model safety excellence.
3. Identify and monitor hazardous situations, often including risk categorization.
4. Minimize hazards and proactively reduce risk in the workplace.
5. Communicate and collaborate about safety and health throughout the organization.
6. Create and track safety-related objectives, metrics, and goals for the organization.
7. Investigate incident or near-misses and lead root cause analysis.
8. Enforce safety standards and processes.
9. Create and share a formal Occupational Health and Safety Policy.
10. Drive employee engagement and meaningful involvement.
11. Act as the representative that can speak to safety and health as needed for the organization.
12. Create, maintain, and improve policies and systems related to safety—all designed to create a culture of continuous improvement.
13. Perform regular patrols, inspections, evaluations, and/or walk-throughs of facilities and/or properties.
14. Conduct toolbox meeting and other ongoing learning opportunities for staff.
15. Ensure all staff—from temp, contract workers to regular employees—have completed necessary training and are equipped for roles.