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EHS Coordinator – Western Window Systems

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EHS Coordinator WWS

Phoenix, AZ 85034



US work authorization (Required)

Full Job Description

Health, Safety and Environment
Follow the organization’s HS&E policies, procedures and mandatory instructions;
to identify and mitigate environmental risks and risks to the wellbeing of oneself
and others in the workplace; instruct the team in safe working methods; identify
instances of risky behaviors within the team and take appropriate action,
escalating serious issues as appropriate.
***Policy Development & Implementation***
Provide routine support services to others.
***Project Management***
Support project managers by performing simple tasks. Involves following established procedures.
Internal Communications
Help others get the most out of internal communications systems by offering
support and advice.
Building Capability
Develop personal capabilities using existing formal and informal training
Data Collection and Analysis
Collate and analyze data using pre-set tools, methods and formats. Involves
working independently.
Data Management
Help others get the most out of data management systems by providing support
and advice.
Operations Management
Provide operational support by performing a range of route activities using
existing systems and protocols.
Regulatory Affairs
Carry out routine support tasks using regulatory systems and protocols
Planning and Organizing
Works without supervision and provides technical guidance when required on
planning, organizing, prioritizing and overseeing activities to efficiently meet
business objectives.
Policy and procedures
Works without supervision and provides technical guidance when required on
developing, monitoring, interpreting and understanding policies and procedures,
while making sure they match organizational strategies and objectives.
Action Planning
Works with guidance (but not constant supervision) to develop appropriate plans
or perform necessary actions based on recommendations and requirements.
Data Collection and Analysis
Works without supervision and provides technical guidance when required on
analyzing data trends for use in reports to help guide decision making.
***Verbal Communication***
Uses clear and effective verbal communications skills without supervision and
provides technical guidance when required on expressing ideas, requesting
actions and formulating plans or policies.
Health and Safety
Manages and applies safe systems of work without supervision and provides
technical guidance when required.
Risk Management
Identifies, assesses, prioritizes and manages risks in a production process without supervision and provides technical guidance when required.
Presentation Creation
Applies concepts of knowledge / skill and requires guidance but not constant
Compliance software
Applies concepts of knowledge / skill and requires guidance but not constant
Electronic Mail Expertise
Applies concepts of knowledge / skill and requires guidance but not constant
Project Management
Works with guidance (but not constant supervision) to manage projects and/or
programs within desired cost, time and quality parameters. Project Change Log/Register; Project Change Management Plan; Project Charter; Project Management Plan; Project Requirements Management Plan;
Project Requirements Verification Plan; Project Resource Management Plan;
Project Schedule; Project Schedule Baseline; Project Scope Statement.
Computer Skills
Supports business processes without supervision by understanding and
effectively using standard office equipment and standard software packages,
while providing technical guidance as needed.
***Data Control***
Works without supervision and provides technical guidance when required on
acquiring, organizing, protecting and processing data to fulfill business
*Policy and Regulation*
Works with guidance (but not constant supervision) to interpret and apply
knowledge of laws, regulations and policies in area of expertise.
Project Risk and Issue Management
Works with guidance (but not constant supervision) to identify, assess, prioritize
and manage project-related risks.
Decision Tree Diagrams; Probability And Impact Matrix; Risk Alternative
Planning; Risk Analysis; Risk Categorization; Risk Identification; Risk
Management Plan; Risk Management Planning; Risk Plan Implementation; Risk
Prioritization; Risk Probability and Impact Assessment; Risk Register/Risk
Listing; Risk Tolerance; Risk Urgency.
Stakeholder Expectation Management
Works at an intermediate level to identify potential stakeholders, analyze their
expectations, and develop strategies for managing stakeholders and their
expectations. Typically works with guidance.
Communications management plan; Conflict management; Conflict resolution
techniques; Expectation management; Managing relationships; Relationship
Order suspension of activities that pose threats to workers’ health or safety.
Assist operations and management in the review of incidents to determine root
causes and corrective actions. Assist operations leaders, as needed, with
corrective actions. Recommend measures to help protect workers from potentially hazardous work
methods, processes, or materials. Inspect or evaluate workplace environments, equipment, or practices to ensure
compliance with safety standards and government regulations. Accountable for the safety of all team members for whom they are responsible for through active engagement in safety activities and provides clear, consistent
communication of safe work expectations. Assist the EHS Specialists and Manager as an internal resource on regulatory and safety policy issues and help develop processes with documented procedures for compliance as required. Actively leads and drives Risk Assessment and Behavioral Safety programs to eliminate/reduce environmental, health and safety risks and to meet identified facility targets. Motivates and coaches team members though good communication and
frequent performance feedback on the production floor. Perform other work-related tasks as required and assigned by EHS Manager

  • Team Player: Works well as a member of a group
  • Detail Oriented: Capable of carrying out a given task with all details necessary to get the task done well
  • Innovative: Consistently introduces new ideas and demonstrates original thinking
  • Enthusiastic: Shows intense and eager enjoyment and interest
  • Dedicated: Devoted to a task or purpose with loyalty or integrity

Job Type: Full-time

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Phoenix, AZ 85034: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)


  • EHS: 1 year (Preferred)

Safety Specialist – Insure Compliance (Tucson)

Insure Compliance is seeking a bilingual English and Spanish speaking safety specialist to join our growing safety consulting team in the phoenix valley. The Safety Specialist will be responsible for helping Insure Compliance obtain its vision of creating a safe work environments for each of our clients. This will be done by creating policies and manuals, training on safe practices, and inspecting or auditing buildings and jobsites.

The role of a Speaking Safety Specialist is important to Insure Compliance. Our goal is to help companies decrease injuries by assisting companies create a positive safety culture. So our staff are out helping companies every single day. 

  • Provides services and consulting in Spanish and English to best protect everyone we work with.
  • Travel regularly to Tucson to audit buildings, inspect jobsites and provide trainings.  
  • Provide regular jobsite and building inspections to help a variety of clients know how they can improve their safety culture
  • Train regularly on different safety promoting topics to both General Industry and Construction companies.
  • Create customized policies and manuals to companies.
  • Translate safety trainings from English to Spanish.
  • Obtain and maintain various Safety certifications such as, Fork lift, CPR First Aid and AED, OSHA 30
  • Learn to help assist in clients safety meetings, the development of site safety plans, and helping with incidents.

Job Competencies

  • Bilingual Spanish and English – Must be able to communicate in both fluently and must translate between the two.
  • Safety Knowledge – should be familiar with OSHA, and loss control practices and regulations.
  • Occupational Knowledge – should be familiar with civil construction sites as well as maintenance and grounds work.
  • Technical Capabilities – Must be familiar with modern computer and communication systems.
  • Communication Proficiency – Must be comfortable public speaking for hours on end in training and meeting formats, detail oriented, organized and able to prioritize.
  • Virtual Work Ability – must be able to work independently and create a schedule based on risk and logistical practicability.
  •  Problem Solving – must be able to resolve basic issues on their own.

Required Education and Experience

  • Fluent in both Spanish and English.
  • Working knowledge of construction means and methods
  • Working knowledge of safety and loss control application
  • OSHA 30 Required

Preferred Education, Experience and Abilities

  • OSHA 510, OSHA 500
  • First Aid/ CPR Train the Trainer
  • Fork lift experience
  • Jobsite and Construction training experience

Your Benefits

  • Starting salary of 50,000 to 60,000 depending on experience level
  • Company contributed Health Insurance
  • 10 paid holidays
  • Accruing PTO

Employment is conditional on satisfactorily completing all pre-employment requirements. Starting salary depends upon prior work skills and experience.

Sr. Loss Control Consultant – Great American Insurance Group

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Senior Loss Control Consultant

Location: Arizona, USA

Time type: Full time

Requisition ID: R1928

Be Here. Be Great. Working for a leader in the insurance industry means opportunity for you. Great American Insurance Group’s member companies are subsidiaries of American Financial Group, a Fortune 500 company. We combine a “small company” culture where your ideas will be heard with “big company” expertise to help you succeed. With over 30 specialty property and casualty operations, there are always opportunities here to learn and grow.

At Great American, we value the unique perspective each of our employees bring to the workplace. We know that when people with different cultures, backgrounds and experiences work collaboratively, we can exceed our business objectives.  We are dedicated to attracting, developing and retaining a diverse workforce that fosters creativity and enables our ongoing success.

Essential Job Functions and Responsibilities

  • Conducts loss prevention surveys/physical inspections of commercial accounts:
    • Provides underwriters with an accurate description of the physical and operational details of an insured.
    • Identifies hazards and potential loss exposures and makes recommendations to eliminate or reduce the potential loss.
    • Consults with underwriters and other staff regarding account/line-of-business acceptability, exposures, and controls pertinent to the various lines of business.
    • Assists underwriters and other staff relative to account operations, exposures, construction, and protection.
    • Conducts accident investigation and loss analysis to identify causes.
    • Employs effective sales and communication skills to achieve compliance with recommendations and provides safety and/or supervisory training to insureds.
    • Conducts joint marketing presentations, in conjunction with Underwriting, Claims, and Marketing, to accounts and agents.
  • Maintains expert knowledge of company/department manuals and procedures, and relevant Federal, State, and other pertinent codes and regulations applicable to Property, Liability, and Casualty lines of coverage.
  • Provides technical guidance, assistance, and training to lower level positions.
  • May lead the work of others (mentors, prioritizes, delegates, and reviews assignments).
  • May have responsibility for performance and coaching of staff and may have a participatory role in decisions regarding talent selection, development, and performance management for direct reports.
  • Performs other duties as assigned. 

Job Requirements

Education: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience.

Field of Study: Safety, Engineering, Mathematics or a related discipline.

Experience: 8 or more years of related experience.  Certification in area of chosen expertise may be required; appropriate certifications could include Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS), Associate Risk Management (ARM), Certified Safety and Health Management (CSHMS), Associate Loss Control Management (ALCM) or Occupational Health and Safety Technician (OHST).

Business Unit: Loss Control

Number of Positions:1

Safety Advisor – Palo Verde Nuclear Plant

There is an opportunity for a short term assignment at Palo Verde Nuclear Plant from 4/5/2022 through 5/8/2022 during a planned outage event.

Job Description: Under moderate supervision assists in development, implementation and evaluation of programs, procedures and processes to assure personnel and facility safety. Conducts trend analysis, audits, investigations, and site inspections of operational procedures, facility design, equipment, materials and employee behaviors. Analyzes data in compliance with current regulations and makes appropriate recommendations to prevent new or recurring accidents. Develops and/or conducts employee training, emergency preparedness and QA programs.

Interested candidates should contact:

Carmen Sapien Program Manager Office:  623-773-0410  Cell:  602-722-4045