Fantastic Company is in search of a Loss Control Liaison for the Worker's Compensation Department. Will work under the directions of the General Manager to perform work of considerable difficulty coordinating administering public risk management and employee safety consulting for members participating in the program with occasional strategic interventions for different departments.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: BACHELOR'S DEGREE & 7 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN LOSS CONTROL!
GREAT COMPANY! BEST BENEFITS IN THE STATE!
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to the following.
- In coordination with General Manager, analyze risk data to develop loss control strategies for members.
- Develop and update safety policies for members.
- Work with members to promote a commitment to loss control and safety.
- Conduct field inspections as directed by General Manager to provide safety and loss control consultation and assist in enforcing safety rules, regulations, and state codes in order to mitigate risk.
- Respond to significant loss events identified by General Manager, assisting in the investigation, analysis and implementation of corrective measures.
- Work with General Manager to identify loss trends and develop programs to control loss.
- Provide assistance and consulting services for Program members identified by the Arkansas Worker’s Compensation Commission’s Rule 32 Hazardous Employers program.
- Moderate travel required throughout the state of Arkansas for investigation, strategic intervention and training.
- Safety officer.
- Consultation with Program managers and Executive Director regarding loss control and risk mitigation as requested.
- Participation and assistance with various workshops, conferences and training events, including but not limited to representing Company and services desk, preparing for and delivering training sessions to members, meeting set up, etc.
- Assist Executive Director with long term strategic and analytical planning as requested; and
- Other duties that may be assigned.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and seven (7) years of safety-related experience required.
Must be able to obtain within one year Approved Professional Safety Source certification from Arkansas Workers’ Compensation Commission. Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Occupational Hygiene and Safety Technician (OHST) certification preferred.
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