Lead formal and informal innovation processes to drive the creation, evaluation, and prioritization of ideas to influence organizational safety culture, reduce injuries, promote safe and healthy workplaces, and increase employer engagement in safety and health.
Conduct research, needs analyses, and scanning for trends from internal and external resources to identify potential projects and opportunities.
The mission of the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) is to promote excellence in public safety by delivering quality training and developing and upholding professional standards for Oregon's police, corrections, and parole and probation officers, telecomunicators, emergency medical dispatchers, firefighters, private security providers and private investigators. DPSST also oversees polygraph examiner licensing and administers the Public Safety Memorial Fund. The agency's purpose in the broadest sense is to maintain a highly-skilled, professional and ethical public safety workforce that provides excellent service to the citizens of Oregon.
Responsible for performing professional level environmental sanitation work including inspection, investigation, documentation of State laws and County ordinances and education in various areas such as restaurants and other food service facilities, day care centers, public swimming pools and spas, water systems, tourist and traveler's facilities. Work is performed under the oversight of a Sanitarian registered in the State of Oregon and the supervision of the Environmental Health Program Manager who reviews work or conformance to applicable laws and regulations.
Responsible for the overall leadership of the Risk Management functions which include Emergency Operations, Safety/OSHA, Title IX, Security, property and liability insurance coverages and claims, legal compliance and overall risk management planning efforts for the College. Serves as a member of the Executive Team and supports college-wide strategic objectives. Plans, organizes, establishes priorities, coordinates, and provides direct oversight of the day-to-day operations of the Risk Management Department
The successful candidate will serve as an expert for the division and provide technical guidance on safety and health rules. Responsibilities included developing and drafting rules, rule interpretations, providing technical guidance on the adopted rules, report and letter writing, and provision of technical information and training.
The Patient Safety Manager serves as an expert practitioner whose practice encompasses a wide range of responsibility and accountability. The Patient Safety Manager functions as the program manager responsible for implementation of non-punitive without fear of reprisal, patient safety policies and activities developed by the National Center for Patient Safety (NCPS). This individual provides direct support to the development, maintenance and operation of the patient safety process to include all levels of staff within the facility. The incumbent operates under broadly delegated authority, taking action to develop or modify objectives and boundaries of assignment as indicated, and plays a critical role in organization performance improvement and patient safety as a member of the interdisciplinary team. Practice is based on conscious and deliberate planning utilizing critical thinking skills.
Responsible for the overall leadership of the Risk Management functions which include Emergency Operations, Safety/OSHA, Title IX, Security, property and liability insurance coverages and claims, legal compliance and overall risk management planning efforts for the College.
Support companywide HR functions by performing a wide variety of tasks relating to the recruitment, employment and onboarding processes; maintenance of employment records; promotion of safety; compliance with employment regulations, policies, and procedures; development and implementation of training programs; and analysis, reporting, and tracking of HR-related processes and tasks in alignment with the departmental and organizational strategies.
Leading manufacturer is looking to hire a 3rd Shift Production Supervisor. This position will be located in the Medford, Oregon area. The ideal candidate must possess at least 3 years of production supervisory experience in a non-union manufacturing environment. Experience with Lean Manufacturing or Continuous Improvement along with with clear communication skills and excellent decision making skills and an excellent safety track record is required, This role comes with an excellent compensation plan commensurate with experience ranging from a base salary of $60-$65k plus a 5% shift premium and an opportunity to earn quarterly production bonuses. Excellent relocation package for this willing to relocate to the Medford, Oregon area. All candidates must be legally authorized to work in the US.
At Asante, the Patient Safety Coordinator contributes to the achievement of the system's mission through the coordination and oversight of patient safety and process improvement initiatives at Asante. This position is responsible for assisting staff with compliance, regulations and accreditation standards related to the overall culture of safety at Asante. This position is essential to the establishment of a strong culture of safety, working in collaboration with Patient Care Services, ancillary departments, and other departments.
In this role you will take responsibility for system-wide risk assessment, development, coordination, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of an employee safety program for Asante. Collaborates with leadership, managers, and staff to meet goals of employee safety program, working closely with Workers Compensation and Employee Health. Ensures compliance with government regulations (OSHA, etc.). Reports to Chief Quality Officer.
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